Burglar Alarm Systems
This updated edition of TMA’s best-selling burglar alarm guide is designed for insurance agents, underwriters and loss-prevention specialists. It provides information on how to select the most cost effective burglar alarm system, and explains the advantages of Underwriters Laboratories’ Burglar Alarm Certificate Service Program.
You can now order this publication online.
Fire Alarm Systems
This is Fourth Edition of the TMA Practical Guide to Fire Alarm Systems. This definitive guide was designed for the “lay reader”, as well as the fire and insurance professionals and industry personnel. The new Guide encompasses chapters on: Basic Fire Alarm Systems; Selecting a Fire Alarm System; Components; Transmission Systems; Equipment and Personnel; UL, ETL and FM Certificate Programs; Residential Fire Alarm Systems; Complying with Insurance Requirements; Highly Protected Risk Fire Protection and Surveillance; Special Appliance for Fire Protection; Maintenance, and more.
Price: Member: $72 / Non-member: $90 (Login Required) Digital Download
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