Fire and Intruder Alarm Systems
Our national alarm monitoring and communications centre is based in Christchurch, New Zealand. We provide residential, commercial and industrial alarm systems, sales, installation and service by our trusted partner network of accredited and licensed alarm installers.
TRITON will advise which fire and security alarm system suits your needs by deciding with you the important issues such as the level of security, ease of use and expansion considerations. You can trust us to provide the right solutions from security guards and event security teams to alarm installations and independent alarm monitoring.
- Professional locally operated TRITON alarm monitoring and alarm services.
- Consolidated security alarm services, monitoring, response and alarm servicing.
- Individual user activity reporting plus alarm verification for police notification.
- Full system support, servicing and a dedicated national communications centre.
Triton Alarm Systems
The alarm systems we recommend will incorporate new passive infrared technology using multiple detection patterns to prevent false alarms.
The detectors will provide individual reporting of the area activated and will signal this to our alarm monitoring station with the event relayed to the Platform 4 Group mobile patrol assigned to that area or depending on your response requirements to yourselves.
The arming / dis-arming of the security system will be via a keypad with each user being electronically logged at our monitoring station.
The activation of the alarm system will signal to our monitoring station and also initiate the sirens fitted to encourage an immediate departure from the site.
Triton Alarm Servicing
When precision security systems are engineered to protect life and property, it is imperative they are regularly tested and serviced to maintain optimum performance.
As security concerns are of a personal and confidential nature, our experienced service companies will forge a close one-on-one relationship with clients to ensure that all potential security risks are adequately covered.