Honeywell Doubles Fire Alarms' Warranty Period

Honeywell Fire Systems (Northford, Conn.), a division of the Morris Township, N.J.-based Honeywell International, announced the limited warranty period on its U.S.-made fire alarm products is to be extended from 18 to 36 months, effective immediately. The warranty extension applies to Honeywell's Notifier, Fire-Lite Alarms, Gamewell-FCI, and Silent Knight-brand fire alarm control systems manufactured in the United States.

To help ensure all products currently in the marketplace are covered, the warranty extension is retroactive, applicable to products manufactured on or after Jan. 1, 2009. Therefore, products with a date code stamp of "0109" or later are protected by the new 36-month policy. Date code digits one and two indicate the week in which the product was manufactured with the last two digits representing the year.

The warranty extension joins other customer-support initiatives recently enhanced by Honeywell Fire Systems. A third training center for Notifier and Gamewell-FCI customers was recently opened in Lincolnshire, Ill., to improve access to hands-on training. Silent Knight has introduced a new Lunch-N-Learn fire protection program aimed at educating specifiers and facilities personnel, while Fire-Lite continues to host more than 60 fire alarm systems trainings throughout the country, free-of-charge.

For more information on products, extended warranty terms, or other customer support initiatives, visit Honeywell Fire Systems' individual brand Web sites at Notifier, Fire-Lite Alarms, Gamewell-FCI, and Silent Knight.

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