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TECH-NEWS & VIEWS

May, 2009

KIDDE ANNOUNCES MAJOR RECALL!

Kidde has announced a recall of two fire extinguisher models sold in North America between March 2008 and October 2008. For more information on this, see the Kidde Bulletins page we’ve put together!

 

MIRCOM LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE!

Toronto - Mircom and Secutron have "splashy" new websites. They're much easier to navigate and include a new portal to technical support with links to all the manuals. Way to go guys!

 

EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO KNOW...

About fire alarm communicators (but were afraid to ask).

 

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