Vibrating Pillow Alarm
These vibrating pillow alarms are designed to be used in conjunction with fire alarm systems. These units are designed to vibrate and wake a person who is hard of hearing in the event of the fire alarm system being activated. Order today!
Geofire Agrippa Vibrating Pillow Alarm - 3-80-0045£189.95 £227.94
Vibrating Pillow Alarm For The Deaf
Buy Vibrating Pillow Fire Alarms for the deaf from The Safety Centre’s range. A fabulous collection of Fireco Deafgards, C-Tec & GeoFire Vibrating Pillow Alarms online.
Wire free solution for communicating the sounding of the fire alarm to the hard of hearing.
Fire Alarms for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Pillow alarms were designed for people who have a hearing impairment. When hosting guests in your hotel or BNB or if you’re an individual who is hard of hearing and travels a lot or you’re sleeping in a hotel overnight and you need a portable fire alarm for emergencies, this range of pillow alarms is ideal. Fire alarm systems rely on sounders to alert the guests and visitors in your building to evacuate, if someone can’t hear these sounders, then there’s a chance of them getting badly injured either from the fire itself or from inhaling smoke. Stocking these pillow alarms for any deaf visitors that book in to your hotel is a great way of showing you’re supportive and open to the deaf community and they’re more likely to visit your business.
The pillow alarms we stock are all compliant with BS 5446-3: ‘Detection and alarm devices for dwellings - Specification for fire alarm and carbon monoxide alarm systems for deaf and hard of hearing people’. These alarms use listening technology to wake up the user when sounders go off. Many of the alarms also have a visual indication such as flashing LED strobe lights as well. We also supply the sockets for the pillow alarms.
Vibrating Pillows for the Deaf
Offer your guests and visitors peace of mind by ordering a vibrating pillow fire alarm, they’re extremely easy to set up, reliable and makes sure your guests are safe.
If a person with hearing loss does not hear the sounders in the event of a fire, this could lead to serious repercussions, the most important thing when a fire breaks out in your building is to make sure every person gets out the building as quickly and as safely as possible. Human life is the top priority when it comes to a building’s fire defence strategy. If someone is in a building when the fire takes hold and gets bigger, this could lead them to be trapped, especially if their room is on a high floor in a hotel. Being trapped in a room with smoke and fire could be fatal and it might be too late for them to escape. You can avoid this tragic situation with a vibrating pillow fire alarm.