Yes, Bandit UK Limited has £10,000,000 Public, Product and Efficacy Liability Insurance to cover the FOG BANDIT’s use in both robbery and burglary applications. Naturally we would expect Authorised Resellers of the FOG BANDIT product to provide… Read more »
Yes. BANDIT has CE approval and is certified to fully comply with European Standard EN50131-8 (which has now suprseded the previous British Standard BS7939:1999) , together with approvals and registration for use issued by the… Read more »
The Fog Bandit’s on-board electronics perform system diagnostics 24/7 and monitor 10 areas critical to the Bandit’s functionality. This includes the monitoring of fuses, tamper, mains power supply, back-up battery condition and fog fluid levels… Read more »
This is extremely unlikely as the speed at which the fog is ejected (jetted over 6 metres in the first 2 seconds alone!) makes it impossible for an intruder to approach the system. Also, when… Read more »
Whilst other fogging security systems are able to effectively produce fog using a pump or aerosol driven system, BANDIT’s unique & internationally Patented, high pressure 240DB ‘HY3’ and disposable 320 cartridge system, instantly (just 0.1… Read more »
Statistics indicate that the vast majority of burglaries and robberies are completed within just a few minutes, whilst sheer logistics dictate that it typically takes much longer than this for the police or other security… Read more »
Yes, for areas over 504 cubic metres as many BANDIT units and combination of different types of BANDIT units can be linked to function in unison as required.
Yes, the BANDIT can easily be configured to operate for robbery use only, burglary use only, or both options together if required.
Yes, the BANDIT can be configured in a number of different ways, to allow for differing types of intruder alarm panel signals.
Yes, the BANDIT can be easily configured to work as a “stand alone” system, as well as working in conjunction with a conventional intruder alarm system.