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STI-1100 - Pull Station Cover w/ Horn Stopper

STI-1100 - Pull Station Cover w/ Horn Stopper
Manufacturer:  STI Security Products  SKU:  STI-1100
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We had a problem with pranksters at our school setting off false alarms. This device helped solve that problem. I highly recommend it!

Price:  $76.85

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STI-1100 - Stopper II with Horn Flush Mount

This unique and patented device has been helping stop false fire alarms around the world for almost 30 years, without restricting legitimate alarms. Ideal for schools, hospitals, nursing homes, stores, hotels and public buildings of almost every kind.

STI-1100 consists of a clear, tamperproof, super tough polycarbonate cover, frame and piezo horn that fits over most manual pull stations. When lifted to gain access to the actual alarm, a piercing 95 or 105 dB warning horn sounds. Immediate attention is drawn to the area and a prankster will either run or be caught. The cover is connected to the frame by a cable. When the cover is lifted, it hangs off of the frame and the horn will sound until the cover is snapped back onto the frame (or for the life of the battery).

STI-1100 Features

  • Cover is UV-stabilized.
  • Lifetime guarantee against breakage of polycarbonate in normal use (one year on electro mechanical and electronic components).
  • 95 or 105 dB self-contained alarm. Complete with battery.
  • STI-1100 is for flush mount pull stations (surface - see STI-1130).
  • UL Listed to U.S. and Canadian safety standards (for standard and custom labeling)
  • FM Approved.
  • Typical working properties of polycarbonate are -40deg. to 250deg.F (-40deg. to 121deg.C).
  • Fits virtually all manual pull stations (see Technical Data Sheet for dimensions).
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In most cases, the installation or expansion of a commercial fire alarm system is determined by code requirements. There is federal, state, and local codes that come into play, specifying who must install fire alarm equipment, what type of equipment must be installed, where and how it must be installed. Failing to comply fully with any of these codes can result in denial of occupancy permits, fines, legal and financial liability.

Sorry we do not offer technical support for these products because of local codes that come into play specifying who must install fire alarm equipment and where and how it must be installed. To read more, visit the National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code website.