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Bandit at International Jewellery London 2011

Neil Chrismas, Sales Director at Bandit UK has been invited to present at International Jewellery London as part of the seminar programme.  Neil’s presentation titled ‘Security Fog – Deterring and Foiling Raids across the Jewellery Sector’, on Sunday 4th September at Earls Court, will include the best practise approach and case study material including live ...

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Bandit recognition for use in public areas!

The French Ministry of Public Affairs has announced that the Bandit is the ONLY security fogging system approved for use in public areas.  According to the Central Commission of Security, there is only one security fogging device with CNPP Approval to EN50131-8 and thereby authorised to be used in such public areas – and of course ...

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FOG BANDIT AT IFSEC 2011

We are pleased to announce that Fog Bandit will be attending IFSEC Exhibition this year, to be held at the NEC Exhibition Centre in Birmingham, May 16th – 19th 2011. Come along and meet the Bandit crew to find out about latest Fog Bandit developments and achievements, and witness a LIVE DEMONSTRATION in our fantastic new ...

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Fog Bandit Deployment for Eurotunnel Safety Training

Security specialist BANDIT UK Ltd has recently installed two FOG BANDIT high density fogging systems for use in Eurotunnel’s unique Tunnel Simulator training facility. The state of the art systems replace the previously used ‘smoke generator’ machines used in the continuous training of Eurotunnel on-board staff when dealing with railway incidents in a smoke filled environment.   The simulator is also used by other Channel ...

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BANDIT UK SPONSORS ACS SECURITY CONFERENCE SUPPORTED BY HOME OFFICE MINISTER FOR CRIME PREVENTION

Bandit UK sponsored the Association of Conference Stores, ‘the voice for local shops’, Security Conference at the Union Jack Club, London, on Tuesday 19th October. The conference was headlined and supported by James Brokenshire MP, Home Office Minister for Crime Prevention.  The programme was split into two sections; crime against people and crime against property ...

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