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Life Safety Systems Distributor
Roger Williams University - Keltron
Coventry - Kingfisher
East Greenwich - Kingfisher
West Warwick - Kingfisher
City of East Hartford - Kingfisher
Groton Navy Sub Base - Kingfisher
Bennington College - Kingfisher
City of Lowell - Keltron
City of Boston Castle Square Apartments - Keltron
City of Waltham Brandeis University - Keltron
City of Marlborough - Kingfisher
City of Weymouth - Kingfisher
Town of Tyngsborough - Kingfisher
Town of Townsend - Kingfisher
Town of Amesbury - Kingfisher
Town of Wellesley - Kingfisher
Town of Falmouth - Kingfisher
Town of Hanover Dartmouth College - Keltron
Lakes Region Mutual Aid, 9 Communities - Kingfisher
City of Salem - Kingfisher
City of Manchester - Kingfisher
Town of Londonderry - Kingfisher
Town of Derry - Kingfisher
Town of Milford - Kingfisher
Portsmouth Navy Shipyard - Kingfisher
Municipal reporting systems have been in existence for over 100 years. In the New England area, the use of wired systems throughout a city or town was widely used to report fire activations directly to the Fire Department. As time progressed, the technology too has changed.
In today’s technology driving age, these systems have evolved to radio reporting. Municipal reporting can be achieved in various ways, but radio reporting has become the preferred choice for many Fire Departments throughout New England. Because of the low maintenance cost and the quick reporting features, more and more municipalities have opted to abandon the wired systems and turn to radios.
Mammoth Fire Alarms, Inc. is proud to carry product lines for some of the biggest names in the municipal radio reporting world. As an authorized distributor of Kingfisher Company and Keltron Corporation equipment, MFA has quickly become the electrical contractor’s first choice for system design and product services.
MFA’s licensed and product certified technicians are always available to assist our contractors and end-users with any and all installation / service needs.
Below are the communities with our municipal radio reporting systems: