- Safety showers, eye-washers, and first-aid equipment
- Fire-proof equipment e.g., filing cabinets
- Fire Extinguishers
- Emergency Lighting
- Automatic Fire Suppression System’s
- Lithium Battery Storage Units – built to your suit your risks
Our aim is to help businesses reduce the risk of fire by offering fire safety services, solutions and training so in the event of fire, the damage and danger can be kept to a minimum.
Fireguard is a division of Memory Bank, an Irish based Distributor for power management brands including Eaton, Vertiv and Opengear, operating in the UK & Irish markets for over 18 years.
We identified the growth in Lithium-Ion technology both in IT and Electrical Vehicles (EV) and the fire hazards and fire management issues that these present and decided to set up Fireguard business division focused solely on fire management with particular expertise on EV.
With over 140 years combined firefighting experience the Fireguard team have first-hand fire management experience.
We supply training, support and fire extinguisher kits across multiple sectors including Underground Car Parks, Ferry Charging Points, Filling Stations and Industrial Warehouses
Areas we can help
Did you know, after a fire:
• 25% of businesses never re-open
• 80% of companies who don’t recover in a month are likely to go out of business
• 75% of businesses without Business Continuity plans fail within 3 years.
Have you considered what you would do in order to prepare for an emergency that may disrupt your business. If you don’t, a fire or other emergency could result in:
• Loss of reputation and/or loss of customers
• Financial, legal and regulatory penalties
• Human resource issues
• Increased insurance premiums
• Or at worst the complete failure of your business!
Fire Safety is crucial to any business.
Lithium-ion Battery Risks in the Workplace
Did you know...a Lithium-ion battery fire can reach up to 1600 degrees Celsius?
When Lithium-ion batteries burn, they cannot be extinguished easily, at least not with water. The only way to really kill the lithium battery fire is to submerge the car under water for a week to cool down. At their peak temperature, they can reach 1600 degrees Celsius.
The Fire Isolator blanket is designed to cover the burning vehicle as it can withstand and control the high temperatures to minimise collateral damage and danger.
We ran a live demonstration of the Fire Isolator in March 2022 in front of an audience of ferry owners, firefighting teams, safety service companies and local authorities.
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FIREISOLATOR is a concept for isolating and fighting Electric Vehicle fires. The use of a high temperature resistant car Fire Blanket (up to 1600 degrees C°, tested according to ISO EN 13501-1) in order to isolate and control the fire and prevent collateral damage.
The use of a water mist lance to spray a water mist over the blanket in order to reduce toxic fumes and smoke and to keep the car cooled.
The use of aerosol units, which interrupts the chemical chain reactions occurring in the flames and suppresses the fire resulting in further temperature reduction.
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FireIsolator Product Brochure
Electrical Vehicle Fire Research Report
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Fire Isolator Demonstration Report
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Check out this simple how-to guide created by T-ISS - the brains behind the⚡FIREISOLATOR⚡blanket
In this short animated video, you will learn:
⚡How to safely approach a burning EV
⚡How to cover with the blanket to minimise damage
⚡How to make the blanket as gastight as possible
⚡How to deploy the aerosol units
⚡How to monitor the temperature of the fire
It is now recognised that there are serious fire risks associated with EV's (electric vehicles) and the locations where they are charging. We have exclusive distribution in Ireland for the FireIsolator fire blanket & accessories.
Seeing the Fire⚡️Isolator concept for fighting (EV) car fires in action and seeing how it minimizes the collateral damage of EV car fires on ferries or in car parks, was the goal of the live testing day on November 18, 2021.