Temperature alarm device.
PROTECTING WHAT’S CLOSEST TO YOU BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE.
The perfect solution if you're looking for peace of mind rather than worrying about unexpected accidents.
Put Firemole in your devices & get an alarm when excessive heat is detected either in your phone or electronic devices.
Firemole gives you the chance to prevent a fire in your home or business by sounding an inbuilt alarm when high temperatures are detected.
Firemole prevented a fire in a London apartment block when a charger, which was plugged in next to the bed, malfunctioned at 3am.
Install Firemole on anything from chargers to baby monitors and powerbanks in a matter of seconds for increased protection.
WHO NEEDS FIREMOLE
Many fires are caused by people, particularly children, restricting the breathing space for devices by putting them on beds or other soft surfaces. This doesn't allow the heat to escape which leads to overheating.
Faulty electronic devices are also a leading cause of fires, and by adding Firemoles to your home, with effective use on identifiable fire hazards; chargers, powerbanks and baby monitors, this helps to greatly improve your chances of preventing a fire in the home.
Firemole's inbuilt alarm is loud enough to be heard around a typical three bedroom house and it perfectly complements a working fire detection system.
COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRY
Work spaces are becoming ever more connected and up-time depends on effective and reliable workflow. With an ever increasing number of electrical devices, the fire hazard also increases.
When electrical devices cause damage to mission critical hardware, or disrupt the work-space due to fire damage or hardware replacement, it can result in the loss of valuable time and revenues which collectively affect your bottom line.
Ensure that your offices and field agents are covered from potential fire risk by introducing Firemole.
Rented properties risk being exposed to a wide range of new and old electrical devices which potentially pose risks to the neighbouring properties or the overall premises.
Awareness of fire hazards can help, but it doesn't help to identify the moment a device fails, which can lead to a breakout of fire, posing risks to both property and occupants.
By ensuring your tenants follow a common fire safety code as set out by your agency with the use of Firemole on all identifiable fire hazards, you can stand to reduce the risk of fire damage or risk to property and occupants.