Deafgard Emergency Alarm
There are fire alarms you hear and those that you feel.
Deafgard has been specifically designed for the deaf and hard of hearing in fire evacuation emergency situations.
As soon as your fire alarm system sounds Deafgard will spring into action vibrating and displaying bright flashing LED lighting as well as LCD screen displaying “FIRE” it is sure to wake even the soundest sleeper into action.
Wireless technology makes the device portable and adapts to your existing fire alarm system.
It’s the ultimate protection for your loved ones who are deaf or hard of hearing from the elderly to children Deafgard keeps them safe.
- No installation required
- Designed and tested AS1670 Alarm standards
- Activates at 2.4 KHz of continuous sound over 75 decibels for approximately 20 seconds
- Wireless and portable device
- Peace of mind
- Adjustable sensitivity so Deafgard works with your existing fire alarm
- Alarm clock function
The Trusted Choice For Hotels
Deafgard Issued at hotel receptionThe Safety Centre found hotels were looking for a product that would give their deaf and hard of hearing guests reassurance in an emergency, independence to move freely and comply with regulations. There are nine million deaf and hard of hearing people in the UK, so the the need for deaf assistance solutions is great to open up more inclusive facilities and improve fire safety standards. Babette commented “Most of our Deafgard customers are hotels. The owners and maintenance staff commonly require a solution to accommodate their guests who are deaf or hard of hearing and ensure they comply with the Equality Act 2010.
EvacuLife Recommends: Deafgard For Commercial Use
Under the Disability Discriminations Act (DDA) all owners of commercial buildings and public buildings are required to make adequate provisions for the needs of deaf and people hard of hearing.
Deafgard is the perfect solution to satisfy the DDA but more importantly it will ensure safety and not result in any accidents resulting in death happening during a fire evacuation.