Hall Alarms select Morley-IAS to provide perfect recipe for fire detection and alarm protection at fast food retailer Supermacís, Clonmel
27th November 2013
Latest DX Connexion panel includes improved Cause and Effect for maximum fire safety in new fast food restaurant
Leading Irish fast food chain Supermac’s has chosen Morley-IAS to provide comprehensive fire detection and alarm protection for its latest outlet in Clonmel, County Tipperary.
The new two-storey outlet, which opened on 27th June, also includes Papa John’s Pizza, Quiznos Subs and a Tim Horton’s Coffee and Bake Shop. The chosen fire detection and alarm system was designed and installed by long-established Morley-IAS distribution partner, Hall Alarms, also based in Clonmel, and incorporates the latest Morley-IAS DX Connexion panel.
The retail outlet also utilises a Morley-IAS Disabled Toilet alarm system and a Compact 5 Disabled Refuge System, helping Supermac’s meet some of the many regulatory requirements of a new building. “Specifically, the new DX Connexion panel offers the right scale of simple-to-use functionality for retail sites such as Supermac’s,” says Sean Duggan, general and technical manager, Hall Alarms. “In particular, its Cause & Effect functionality provides the perfect level of flexibility in managing both detection and controlled response to any fire-related incident.
Jarlath Connolly, operations manager, Supermac’s says: “We have worked successfully with Hall Alarms for a number of years and have found that Morley-IAS equipment provides the robustness and flexibility we need in a busy and hardworking retail environment.”
Supermac’s is Ireland’s largest and fastest-growing home-based fast food group. Founded in 1984 by Pat McDonagh and headquartered in County Galway, today it has a turnover of €82 million, operating 100+ stores across Ireland and Northern Ireland and employing more than 2,500 staff.