The industrial market is a critical market in which a lot of professional knowledge is available in the area of fire safety. This means that for your industry you will want to have a skilled discussion partner who understands what your situation demands.
In offices, fire safety involves protecting people: fast evacuation has the highest priority. De Vries provides all products needed for evacuation route signalling and emergency lighting. Yet, there is a lot to gain in the area of fire fighting.
Fires in these sectors involve evacuating people who are not always independent, such as small children in schools and bed-ridden patients in hospitals. They need help from well-instructed and trained employees within the organisation.
Governments and government services have an exemplary role. This means that they should also purchase their safety products with care. Corporate Social Responsibility is an important focus in this sector, setting high requirements on the sustainability of extinguishing products.
Contractors and engineers in the construction or renovation of offices and utility buildings turn to De Vries when it comes to fire safety. As contractor or engineer, you know what you want: quality and customisation, together with a service that adjusts itself to your process.
For everything that moves by road, rail and water, De Vries has a suitable portable extinguisher. We transport fire safety. Often these extinguishers are located outside and are exposed to all kinds of weather influences.
For small and medium enterprises – SME in short – our mission is very simple: we want to take away their burden. We don’t think that you should have to know anything about the technical aspects and regulations concerning fire safety. That’s what our technical advisers and technical maintenance engineers are for.
Everyone who takes fire safety seriously is in the right place with the De Vries Business Unit Products, even the individual who wants to protect his home. This applies mainly to the individual who would like advice, because you can buy fire extinguishers in lots of places, but for integrated advice, you need to go to a specialist.