Aico – the market leader in domestic Fire and Carbon Monoxide Alarms – will be exhibiting at the Chartered Institute of Housing’s (CIH) ‘Housing 2019 Conference & Exhibition’ in Manchester Central, 25th – 27th June on stand D20.
The last time Aico exhibited at CIH Housing was 2016. This year Aico will be showcasing a new stand design in the shape of a house. The new stand will be distinctive and different, offering an enhanced customer experience. The new design will allow visitors to see Aico alarms in situ as they would appear in a home environment. In addition to this the design will incorporate an escape route similar to a real-life property and all specifications.
The products taking pride of place on the stand will be Aico’s 3000 Series which encompasses both Fire and Carbon Monoxide detection, providing whole property coverage from one series. A highlight of the 3000 Series is Aico’s Award Winning Ei3028 Multi-Sensor Heat & CO alarm. All alarms in the series feature Aico’s latest technologies, including AudioLINK data extraction and SmartLINK wireless interconnection and whole system data monitoring capability.
The stand will be fully staffed with Aico Regional Specification Managers and Aico’s Senior management team to offer visitors advice on Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm specification, installation and maintenance.
Aico works in partnership with local authorities, housing associations, developers, specifiers, contractors and wholesalers, bringing unrivalled products, experience and expertise to help customers ensure they get the very best Fire and Carbon Monoxide detection possible. Aico has produced a range of innovative tools for specifiers to this end, including the online ‘Alarm Selector’ which produces pre-written alarm specifications.
Aico, an Ei company, is the market leader in residential Fire and Carbon Monoxide protection in the UK. All alarms are designed and built in Ireland specifically to meet the UK standards and regulations. For more information please go to www.aico.co.uk or contact Aico on 01691 664100 or email@example.com.