Pyrotec Services Ltd. was established in 1979 by personnel with considerable experience in the fire protection industry. Over the past twenty years the company has grown in a progressive, controlled manner to the point where it is the principal fire alarm company in its geographical field of operation. The continuing successful development of the company is now reaching the point where the directors feel confident that a larger area of operation can be serviced to the company's high standards.

Serviced Areas

  • Oxford

Contact Details

  City Abingdon
  Postcode OX13 5LN
  Address The Old Forge/Main Rd Fyfield
  Phone Number 018 6539 0190

From Our Website

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 requires suitable provision of fire fighting equipment to be made available and routinely serviced and maintained. The correct use of fire extinguishers can help prevent a fire in its early stages propagating into a major fire which statistics prove many businesses fail to recover from. Pyrotec Fire & Security can supply and maintain your fire extinguishers.

Pyrotec Fire & Security can provide a reliable and cost effective inspection and testing service for your property or organization. We use fully qualified engineers, experienced in the design, installation & testing of emergency lighting. In this way we are able to ensure that your system complies and is kept in full working order, whilst causing the minimum disruption to your organizations routine.

An intruder alarm is installed with two clear objectives, firstly, to deter crime and secondly, to provide a notification that a premises has been illegally entered. Occasionally there is a third aspect, to provide a panic button to create an alert when a person(s) are directly threatened. However, not all systems are equal. A professionally installed Pyrotec system is designed and installed to the latest British, European and Police standards and provides peace of mind that your property is properly protected in your absence.

An access control system quite simply allows you to control who has access to your premises. Access control systems can operate doors, gates and barriers and are available in various installations such as telephone and video entry systems or computer-controlled systems operated by magnetic cards or proximity readers. Systems can be installed in a variety of premises including offices, factories and industrial sites, schools and colleges, hospitals, hotels and care homes. An access control system can also be connected to Building Management Systems (BMS) or CCTV system or intruder alarm to provide an integrated security solution.