Early Warning Fire Detection Systems

Maximum Sensitivity, Preservation – and Peace of Mind

Special areas demand special protection.

Intercept Fire Protection serves organisations in Victoria and beyond with the deployment of Very Early Smoke Detection Apparatus (VESDA systems) and other specialist measures suitable for sensitive environments.

From next-gen flame detection, through to clean agent extinguishing systems, we design, install and maintain precisely the fire detection and alarm system you need to keep your critical infrastructure – and your business – in safe hands.


Hardwiring the VESDA system working principle into your fire protection plan

With a best-in-class vesda fire system, an aspirating smoke detector is put to work on your behalf. Constantly drawing air from the environment and sampling it, this vesda smoke detector can pick up on material changes to air quality the instant they occur, resulting in the sensitive early warning smoke detection system your premises require.


Tailored early warning protection

For the deployment of all forms of very early smoke detection apparatus – including aspirating smoke detection design, an expert guide is crucial.

Intercept can design early warning solutions for data centres, petrochemical facilities, chemical plants, substations, museums and all manner of specialist locations.

Air temperature and flow, footfall, the physical characteristics of the building – and of course, the nature of the assets that need protection: our experienced technicians will help you devise a protection plan that meets your specific needs.    


Preserving your assets – and keeping the lights on

A combination of experience, communication and planning expertise helps ensure a hassle-free VESDA fire suppression and detection installation phase. Beyond this, with dedicated 24/7 support and comprehensive servicing, your business is kept up and running, while ensuring ongoing protection.


Talk to an expert about your VESDA installation or maintenance needs and call 1300 371 418 today.