Tyco launches new AquaMist website
Tyco Fire Protection Products, a division of Tyco “the world’s largest dedicated fire protection and security company” has launched a new AquaMist website, www.tycoaquamist.com.
The website provides quick and intuitive access to information about Tyco’s versatile and highly efficient AquaMist systems, says the company, as well as resources for customers with fire protection needs in data centres, industrial fryer protection, machinery space, cable tunnels, archives and commercial hazards environment.
The AquaMist product range from Tyco includes widely approved Water Mist solutions backed by over 100 years of expertise in fire protection, says Tyco. The new website provides key information about the application of AquaMist technologies in environments where Water Mist can be engineered, tested and approved. The site also provides an overview of the AquaMist Water Mist products and various solutions across its Ultra Low Flow (ULF), SONIC and FOG systems.
The enhanced website is intended to result in a more informative and user-friendly experience. It offers improved design and functionality, along with enhanced rich content that focuses on the various applications and fire protection requirements of the user. Application-led content helps visitors to quickly select among the fire protection solutions that can be best suited to their industry and specific needs.
Other new functions include: an approvals page, a video gallery and a news and events page which carries the latest updates and information.
Commenting on the launch of the new website, Maureen Donovan, Director of Marketing, Water and Mechanical product segment at Tyco Fire Protection Products, said, “We are delighted to launch our new AquaMist website, which contains thorough information about Tyco’s leading Water Mist solutions. It is a place where customers can effortlessly source the information that they’re looking for, with only a few clicks of a button.”
For information regarding Tyco AquaMist products, see www. tycoaquamist.com. www.demm.co.nz/reader- enquiry #160932