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Kenneth V

Wed 24th Feb 2021

I chose the product as a result of searching the web. I liked the idea and the look of the guard and was NOT disappointed with the items when they arrived. They are very well made and finished well with a protective coating. The delivery was prompt within 24 hrs.

Nicola H

Tue 23rd Feb 2021

1.What made you choose to buy these products from SSP? I used Google to search for the item I was looking for, really easy to find, website was easy to use and value for money
2.What did you think of the product? Product was really good value for money
3.What did we get right? Yes 1st time, really great communication too, speedy response
4.What could we improve? Nothing I can think of to be honest, I will definitely use you again
5. Is there anybody that you have dealt with that deserves a special mention in our team meeting? Gwyn was really helpful with a quick response ensuring my product was perfect for me

Finally, out of 5 what would you rate us? 5

Terry W

Tue 23rd Feb 2021

Found product on internet saw exactly what I needed thank you

Product is perfect for use

Sent email then got phone call straight away  (perfect)

Don’t think you can improve,

delivery was prompt

 

whole team pat on back please

rate 10/10

Mike D

Tue 23rd Feb 2021

Five out of five! I saw a colleague using your tools and bits and he recommended. I ordered yesterday received today. Many thanks

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Call Point & Button Covers

Designed to prevent accidental and malicious false fire alarms, SSP’s Direct range of call point covers, break glass covers and push button covers are ideal for use in schools, colleges, nursing and care homes, hospitals and shopping centres.

Aesthetically pleasing, yet tough and robust, our core range of 3mm thick polycarbonate covers are colour coded for use on the following devices:


Our core range of covers come in three variants: lift up, locking and alarmed:

Standard Covers: Deterring False Fire Alarms
Our best selling standard  covers are to protect against passers-by accidentally knocking the alarm buttons. Perhaps more importantly, they also act as a visual deterrent/barrier to those wishing to maliciously raise a false fire alarm.

Locking Covers: Restricting False Fire Alarms
This product has been developed to restrict opportunist, false fire alarms and prevent fire alarm call points from being activated in psychiatric institutes, nursing homes, care homes and certain schools. Featuring a frangible lock, this designed-to-break lock will only give way under force if it is opened with genuine intent.

Alarmed Covers: Discouraging False Alarms & Alerting Staff
Upon lifting these covers, they release an uncomfortably loud 96 decibel alarm sound to draw immediate attention to the prankster. This in turn should deter him or her from going one step further and pressing the call point itself.