What is the difference between AES-IntelliNet and conventional radio technology?

Other private radio systems rely on repeater/tower technology to operate. This creates additional cost to the system operator for ongoing lease and maintenance contracts. Also, towers and repeaters have the potential for single point / single path failure: if a tower goes down, many subscribers will be out of service. In contrast, AES-IntelliNet provides multiple paths and each subscriber unit can adapt to changes in the system.

What building detection systems can be integrated with Premier’s commercial intrusion alarms?

Commercial intrusion alarm systems from Premier can also be fully integrated with other critical building detection systems, including but not limited to: • Access control • Temperature Detection • Flood Detection • Power Monitoring • Generator Monitoring • Carbon Monoxide Detection • Smoke Detection • Fire Detection

Where are you located?

We are located in Hallandale, Florida.

What types of services do Premier Fire Alarms & Integration Systems, Inc. provide?

Premier Fire Alarms & Integration Systems, Inc provides the following Services:

Fire Systems
• Annual Certifications of Fire Alarm Systems, Elevators, Fire Sprinkler Systems & Code Compliance
• Fire Alarm Systems Installation
• Fire Sprinkler Systems Installation
• Fire Extinguishers • BDA Systems • Fire Alarm Inspections • ETL Certificates

Security Systems
• Home Security Systems
• Business Security Systems
• Access Control Systems
• CCTV & Camera Systems

Other Services
• Monitoring
• Service Contracts
• Fire Alarm System equipment sales
• Nurse Call systems
• Water Leak Detection

What type of Fire Sprinkler System Services do you provide?

Premier Fire Alarm Sprinkler System Service includes: 

• Wet and Dry Sprinkler Systems
• Pre-Action Fire Sprinkler Systems
• Deluge Fire Sprinkler Systems
• Foam-Water Fire Sprinkler Systems
• Standpipe Systems
• Fire Pumps
• Private Fire Service Mains (Hydrants )


What are the NFPA 25 Regulatory Requirements?

Regulatory Requirements NFPA 25 — Standard for Inspection, Testing and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems 

The three basic requirements for compliance are:

• Inspection of the System and Components
• Testing and Maintenance at Prescribed Intervals
• Record Keeping


What type of fire related detection systems do you provide?

Premier offers the following fire related detection systems in a variety of configurations. Many can be easily integrated with other building systems for complete control. 


• Automatic Fire Alarm: Uses fixed or rate-of-rise temperature devices to detect fire within seconds of inception.
• Sprinkler Waterflow Alarm: Detects the flow of water when a sprinkler system is activated.
• Sprinkler Supervisory Service: Monitors the condition of various functions of the sprinkler system, such as low water pressure, temperature, gate valve positions and fire pumps.
• Industrial Building Supervision: Includes monitoring of functions such as boiler failure, abnormal increase or decrease of temperature and flood control of the domestic water supply.
• Smoke Detection: Activates upon the first invisible or visible products of combustion or smoke accumulation.
• Fire Alarm Reporting Life Safety and Evacuation System: Designed to meet high-rise building codes.
• Connection to Local Panels: Enables Premier to monitor the status of a local or proprietary system from one of our central stations.
• Rate of Rise: Senses a fire by detecting a rapid rise in temperature. Used in lieu of sprinklers where water could damage or where aesthetics are of concern.


What are the guidelines for proper fire extinguisher maintenance?

To ensure that the fire extinguisher works in the event of a fire, you should follow these guidelines:


• First and foremost, make sure the fire extinguisher is in a location that makes it readily accessible.
• Ensure that the fire extinguisher is set up properly for easy handling, and that nothing is obstructing access to any parts of it, including the hose.
• Be certain that the fire extinguisher is adequately charged at all times, and ready for use. Regularly check the pressure dial to see if it needs to be charged.
• Verify that the pull pin is properly secured within the handle and held in place by the tamper seal.
• Examine the fire extinguisher for any cracks, dents, or rust on its shaft which might hinder its performance.
• Check that there is a visible instruction label on the fire extinguisher, and that it is legible in case of emergency.
• Make sure that no modifications were made to the fire extinguisher that might affect its performance level.


What is the difference between AES-IntelliNet and cellular/control channel technology?

1. There are no recurring fees in the operator owned AES-IntelliNet system.
2. The AES-IntelliNet system owner controls the system. There is no waiting for a cellular or radio provider to get coverage in a targeted area. Further, company and customer data are not divulged to any third parties.
3. AES-IntelliNet is listed for use for UL-AA burglary and NFPA 72 compliant for fire alarm monitoring.
4. Radio signals are conveyed through the AES-IntelliNet system in a matter of a few seconds. Signals sent through the cellular-based channel and telephone lines take substantially longer.