Release - 5/10/2007
Stopper® II now available with custom label in any language
STI announces custom labeling on their pull station cover (Stopper II) which helps prevent false fire alarms.
The Stopper II has been helping prevent false fire alarms for over 25 years. When the cover is lifted, a self-contained alarm sounds which draws immediate attention to the area. The prankster will either run or be caught, helping to prevent a false fire alarm. If service to the pull station is required, the covers 9 volt internal alarm may be deactivated. The alarm has a choice of a piercing 105 dB or a softer 95 dB. Cover does not restrict legitimate fire alarms from being activated.
This innovative device's standard label reads, "In case of fire - lift cover, pull fire alarm." Since introducing foreign languages, STI can custom label the same statement in French, "En Cas De Feu - Levez Le Couvercle, Et Tirez L'alarme" or any language of choice. The versatility of this product and its custom labeling has further expanded its use around the world and STI's continued fight to end false fire alarms.
Today, the unique and patented STI Stopper II device is on duty helping stop false fire alarms in schools, colleges, universities and training schools, as well as hotels/motels, hospitals, nursing homes, stores and commercial buildings of almost every type.
Stopper II has been tested and approved by fire prevention authorities including but not limited to UL, cUL, FM and ADA Compliance for operation. It also has a lifetime warranty against breakage of the polycarbonate in normal use (one year on electronics).