smoke detector


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smoke detector

n.
An alarm device that automatically detects the presence of smoke. Also called smoke alarm.
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I strongly feel that if smoke detectors were installed in the building, lives would have been saved," said Mr Nelson, who now lives in Bahrain.
Some management companies require new residents to sign a smoke detector acknowledgement form when they move in.
Although nationally the last week in October is recognized as Fire Prevention Week, Los Angeles County observes the entire month by trying to raise awareness of fire safety measures and by handing out the batteries and encouraging residents to change the batteries in their smoke detectors yearly.
The investigator will probably interview your clients and ask whether a smoke detector was present and, if so, whether it alarmed.
Hallet responded with a strongly-worded reply challenging Hall's technical competence and declaring that the task of equipping airliners with smoke detectors is being "expeditiously accomplished.
ADA also introduced the Flame Detector to react to ultraviolet rays given off by flames, and which sounds an alarm more quickly than a smoke detector, O'Connell said.
Vacuum the outer housing of smoke detectors on a regular basis to remove dust.
If you sleep with your bedroom doors closed, you should install a smoke detector inside each bedroom or in any other areas of the home where people sleep.
The pan burst into flames setting off a smoke detector, buried under bags on a bedroom floor.
The whole point of having a smoke detector is to alert you of a fire," Mr.
FIREFIGHTERS said a smoke detector saved the lives of a family of four in a Birmingham tower block.