Universal Stopper®

Aug. 29, 2011

Preventing false fire alarms saves possible municipal fees, disruption, lost revenue, and a loss of productivity from employees, staff members and/or students. One immediate savings is by avoiding a fine from officials for an inoperable fire alarm or for false activation.

This helps reduce the risk of false activation, maintenance costs, amount of time necessary to replace broken or damaged units, waiting for parts to arrive, etc. An unmeasurable savings includes decreasing—or eliminating—time wasted and never recovered from having to evacuate a building during a false fire alarm.