About Honeywell Morley IAS
If your business has a Morley IAS fire alarm system, control panel or other fire equipment and you are looking for a company to maintain, upgrade or install new equipment Tecserv UK can help.
Morley IAS was founded in 1999, following the merger of Newcastle based Morley Electronic Fire Systems with IAS Electronics based in Kent. They are now owned by Honeywell International Inc., a diversified technology and manufacturing company.
Morley-IAS offers a flexible, extensive product range. Its carefully planned evolution of products ensures Morley-IAS fire alarm systems can be maintained, extended or upgraded to satisfy existing and future requirements.
- All fire detection and alarm control panels are designed to meet EN54 Part 2 and Part 4 standards.
- Approved by the Loss Prevention Certificate Board (LPCB) to ensure compliance
- World leading manufacturer, part of Honeywell International Inc.
Ideal for: Retail, Education, Healthcare, Offices, Restaurants, Hotels, Restaurants, Heritage Buildings
- Knowledge – collective experience in excess of 150 years
- Solutions – consultative approach, builds confidence, trust and ensures compliance
- Products –offering unique solutions from leading manufacturers
- Service – dedicated to protecting your people, processes and property
- Engineering – technical excellence, dedicated to service and quality standards
Protecting People, Processes and Property
- BAFE & IFEDA approved
- Fully trained engineers
- 24 hour call out 365 days a year
Morley IAS Fire Alarm Systems
Choose from a range of options including analogue addressable, conventional, OSID, and aspirating smoke detection systems.
Options include the ability to install voice alarms and loud speakers.
Morley IAS Emergency Voice Communication
A fixed, secure, bi-directional fully duplex voice communication system for fire refuges which assists the disabled and fire fighters in high rise buildings or large sites where radio communication may be difficult.
Morley IAS Paging Systems
Response Paging Systems for fire marshals and the deaf or hard of hearing in case of a fire emergency.