Tim Horton’s & 7Eleven Fire Alarm System inspection & installationMaple Armor
Tim Horton’s and 7Eleven are both very popular spots for many Canadians. With almost 4000 locations across Canada since its first store opening in 1964, Tim Horton’s has over time become a staple of Canada’s identity and what it means to be Canadian. Meanwhile, 7Eleven boasts being the largest convenience store chain in the world with more than 50,000 locations worldwide.
During their routine inspection of the North Vancouver Tim Horton’s / 7Eleven location, the team at Phoenix Fire noticed communication trouble on the building’s existing panel. Furthermore, a power issue with the annunciator rendered a system change absolutely necessary. Maple Armor was able to provide the ideal solution.
Given the small commercial space, the system itself is very simple. It now features Maple Armor’s FW106 fire alarm control panel and FireWatcher 122 Remote LCD Annunciator; its Photoelectric Smoke Detector; and FW721 manual pull stations. The system also required Maple Armor’s FireWatcher 811 Input Module and FW851
The system was installed by one technician and up and running in two days. Despite difficulties stemming from the old system’s wiring, the new Maple Armor system was installed without any issues or delays thanks to
Phoenix Fire’s expertise. We’ve received amazing feedback from our customers, and we can’t wait to help them with any future fire safety needs they have.