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Oct 13, 2016 5:01 EST

Safer Alarms, Inc. – The safest fire alarm ever made

iCrowdNewswire - Oct 13, 2016

Safer Alarms, Inc.

The safest fire alarm ever made

 

 

Safer Alarms, Inc. has created the safest, most advanced fire alarm ever made. Instead of detecting the product of fire, the Safer Alarm detects its source.

It’s the first fire alarm innovation in more than 60 years, and it’s going to save countless lives.

We’ll do so at half the cost of other “dual wireless” detectors, because the more units we sell, the more lives we’ll save.

Why do we put smoke detectors in hallways?

For 60 years, we’ve been placing smoke detectors in hallways and on ceilings.

In fact, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recommends not placing smoke detectors close to potential sources of fire.

Why?

Because they’ll melt before sounding the alarm long enough to meet code.

Serious Business

*source: Electrical Safety Foundation International

These tragedies are largely preventable thanks to Safer Alarms’ technology. These revolutionary new alarms can be placed near the most common source of fire—electrical outlets. It’s a difference that matters.

There is no fire alarm system that alerts faster or detects fire at a closer proximity than Safer Alarms.

The Technology

Our patent-pending technology separates the sensor and the alarm. That’s a crucial difference, since it allows us to “sacrifice” the sensor unit in the fire while still sounding the alarm.

That means we can place the sensor as close to the potential sources of fire as possible without risking an alarm that doesn’t sound.

Safer Alarms technology is faster. It’s safer. And it even eliminates the addition of false alarms.

That’s protection that can’t be ignored.

Safer Alarms is unsurpassable fire protection for:…and those are just the residential applications.

How it Works

Smoke detector technology is 60 years old. It’s time for a Safer update.

We can do better. Safer Alarms will transform the fire safety industry.

Here’s how we’ll do it.

We’ve already created prototypes for our two introductory products: the Safer Alarm for wall outlets and the Safer Alarm for Christmas trees, which will allow Safer Alarms fire protection to be placed right inside the Christmas tree for safer holiday seasons. A third product will be released in Q2 2017.

We’ll sell our products directly to consumers and to home security monitoring companies. On the consumer side, we’ve already met with 66 buyers at major retail outlets, including:


Every single one has agreed to purchase the Safer Alarm.

In addition, MET Laboratories has agreed to combine existing standards to test Safer Alarms products. We’ll be the only company to bring patent-pending products to market under this combined protocol.  

Ready to hear more about the Safer Alarms opportunity? Click the “business profile” section at the top of this page to find out how we plan to make the world safer, one building at a time.

Marc is an inventor and entrepreneur who began his career 25 years ago as a stockbroker. He’s architected multiple companies and has been published by the United States Patent and Trademark Office. He was also recently awarded the title of “Dadpreneur” in both Forbes and Entrepreneur Magazine.

Thomas has more than 25 years of experience in business law, including extensive experience with the insurance industry and property management companies. He’s managed and executed startups from inception to sale. He specializes in patent and trademark infringement litigation.

Alison has been regularly featured on Fox, Oprah, Good Morning America and countless other media outlets as a consultant on safety from a “mom’s” perspective. She’s also a consultant for ADT’s fire safety division.

Tim has been named on more than 100 US and international patents. He’s the founder of CleverEdge, an industrial design firm specializing in proprietary work for startups and entrepreneurs.

Jody has more than 20 years of contracting experience as a Financial Administrator at numerous business, church and private entities.  She has a diverse background in financial record keeping, 401(k) administration and human resources.

Contact Information:

Marc Toland - CEO

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