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We have just fitted some Hochiki recessed fire alarm sensors
see http://blog.household-automation.co.uk/2014/03/slimline-smoke-sensors/

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Hello, I just want to know that which type of alarm sensors are good smoke or a fire alarm sensor.


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If you follow the link to the HA blog then it gives all the information including part numbers.

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Looks nice though if it were me I'd worry, given that they probably have a 10 year lifespan, I'd have some big holes to plasterboard over in in 10 years time when I cant get the same replacements again to fit in those voids! 

Or are they an industry standard size?

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We also fit non Hochiki CO sensors in the same recess base so I think most circular sensors would fit.

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hi
you may find the best safety alarms through this url https://www.safetydirect.ie/835/Fire-Alarms-and-Bells.aspx


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