Cofem Fire Detection and Fire Alarm Systems 

 Briefly About Cofem;

 Cofem started its activities in 1973 by developing, manufacturing and commercializing fire fighting equipment.

 in 1982, the Electronic Detection division was created for the development and production of fire detection and alarm systems and has moved to producing its own detectors and control   panels adapted to the needs of the Sunday.

 Today, Cofem has an important position among the leaders of the industry as a global manufacturer with its own technology, producing a range of fire safety, extinguishing equipment   and detection systems and offering professional complete solutions. Dec.

COFEM Fire Detection Systems Authorized Technical Service


COFEM fire alarm systems technical service is provided by our experienced and expert technical team in the installation of fire alarm systems. Malfunctions in the system are fully detected by our technical service team, reported and the user is fully informed. Service maintenance service is provided on the same day or the next day depending on the intensity of the technical service. Regarding the system you are using, you can make an annual maintenance service agreement for the fire alarm system from our technical service. The service fee varies depending on the fault in the fire alarm system and the place where the service will be provided, the service fee is given as a written offer after receiving the fault and status information about the system, location details on the phone.

As a fire detection system user, it is your obligation to keep your system operational, to receive periodic maintenance services from authorized services, to receive rapid response support for system failures against the regulations.

COFEM Fire Alarm Systems Installation Support Program in Accordance with the Regulations

All fire warning buttons will be easily accessible. The fire warning buttons must be installed at a height of at least 1.1 m and no more than 1.4 m above the ground. 

Detector Devices: Automatic smoke detection devices will be installed in all escape routes of the buildings and structures mentioned below and in all residential areas, public areas and work areas suitable for the use of smoke detectors without causing false warnings. Smoke detectors should be installed in the main volumes and spaces above suspended ceilings with a height of more than 25 cm and under raised floors, in other compartments, spaces such as elevator and stair buckets, in all areas where automatic smoke detection is considered necessary, and there are substances that are suitable for combustion and pose a risk of combustion.

It is not necessary to install a smoke detector in spaces where there is no combustible material and it is not possible to access. Spaces with substances suitable for combustion and at risk of combustion will be made accessible and protected with smoke detectors, and a remote lamp will also be placed to understand the alarm state of the detector.

With the support of COFEM Fire Detection Systems Technical Service, all detectors will be available for periodic tests and maintenance.

Other Detection and Warning Devices: In areas where the use of smoke detection devices is not appropriate or sufficient, temperature and/or flame detectors should be used if deemed necessary.


In the selection of these systems aimed at preventing possible fire incidents, the care shown should be at the highest levels. In addition, it is vital that the same care is taken to keep the system in working condition. It may be possible to provide an early solution to the loss of life and property against the fire risk only in this way. Neotech Technology, which gives its expertise in fire alarm systems that stand out with their different varieties, provides product and solution supply to many different brand systems, conventional systems, special exproof systems, especially COFEM in this regard. Neotech Technology carries out maintenance support and system installation project design works with a user-friendly approach, minimizes possible combustion risks thanks to regularly conducted fire alarm systems maintenance, informs users against regulations, maintains possible losses under the responsibility of national economy / human health / risk management.


  • Conventional Fire Detection Systems
  • Fire Notification Systems With Analog Address
  • Fire Alarm Panel
  • Optical Smoke Detector
  • Fixed Temperature Detectors
  • Heat Transfer Rate Detector
  • The Multi-Sensor Photo Detectors
  • Gas(gas/LPG) detectors
  •  Beam Detectors
  • CO detection detectors
  • Flame Spark Detectors
  • Exproof
  • Line Heat Detection
  • Siren and warning light
  • Air sampling detection systems

Conventional Fire Detection Systems

Conventional fire detection and alarm systems used in small and medium-sized projects can report the source of the fire on a regional basis. Optical smoke detectors, beam-type smoke detectors, temperature and multisensor detectors are able to quickly and effectively detect when a fire occurs.

Intelligent Addressable Fire Detection Systems

Intelligent addressable fire detection and alarm systems, which are often used in large and medium-sized projects and smart buildings, are able to point-by-point report where the fire has occurred. Optical smoke detectors, beam-type smoke detectors, temperature and multisensory detectors are capable of quickly and effectively detecting fire. Addressable natural gas and LPG detectors can detect gas leakage occurring in the neighborhood and prevent a possible danger. Sirens, flashers and sirens with flashers, which are also available in weatherproof models, are able to warn people in the building audibly and visually in case of a fire.

What is a Smoke Detector?

A smoke detector is a device that detects and signals smoke, heat, light, or gas that is a sign of a fire. These devices, which are the first step in fire detection, are also the first requirement of the safety of life and property. Detectors that react to heat and light are mainly used for homes and offices. Those that react to smoke, on the other hand, are used in places where there are dense crowds.

How Does the Smoke Detector Work?

The smoke detector is based on giving a signal when it detects smoke, heat or light above the normal level. In order for the detector to become active, it must necessarily be stimulated by a stimulus. According to the location of the detector, it either signals to those inside the space or to alarm monitoring centers. Conventional sirens, flashers and sirens with flashers, which are also available in weatherproof models, are able to warn people in the building audibly and visually in case of a fire.


It complies with all the regulations contained in the EU Union Standards.

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