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Ampac Exhibits at Fire Australia 2012

Ampac Exhibits at Fire Australia 2012

Fire Australia 2012 is the premier fire protection industry conference, attracting key personnel, peers and significant representation from businesses, government and associations. The 2012 exhibition and conference welcomed attendance from a extensive range industry of professionals from all around Australia and New Zealand.

The 2012 edition of Fire Australia took place at the centrepiece of Melbourne’s new South Wharf development, The Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre. A wide range of fire protection companies, organisations and associations attended to display their latest and greatest product ranges on the platinum stage for fire protection in Australia.

Ampac exhibited the complete solution in fire protection, showcasing the extensive families of products we manufacture for a range of differing solutions. Ampac demonstrated a collection of new products to our range including the Ampac SmartGraphics HD, Wagner Aspirating Smoke Detection and the Intelligent Addressable LoopSense Fire Alarm Control Panel. The high level of connectivity and ease of use was evident through the new SmartGraphics HD, displaying complete control of your systems at the touch of your fingertips.

A handful of Melbourne staff members were present on the stand to greet and introduce their local customers to the additional products that have joined the Ampac product range, as well staff from Head Office in Perth. The newly appointed National Sales Product Line Manager for Special Applications, Garry Aghajani was in attendance to display and present the ProSens Aspirating Smoke Detection product to all the industry attendees.

As platinum sponsors of the Fire Protection Association Australia, attending the show demonstrated that in industry is undergoing a level of change with the large amount of international product flooding the Australian market. This show evidently proved Ampac to still be the only “Privately Owned and Operated” company still manufacturing products for the fire industry in Australia.