American Fire Technologies sponsored two teams for the Friends of Georgia Power fund raiser for the March of Dimes.

It was a great day and fun was had by all.

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American Fire Technologies is pleased to announce the addition of Ultra Electronics HyperSpike products to further complement our offering of high-quality components for industrial emergency notification applications.  Ultra Electronics HyperSpike is battlefield tested by the US Army and Navy and deployed internationally with various military, and multinational corporations.  Among the products offered is the TCPA-Omni UL 360 speaker that is UL 1480 and ULC S541 Listed.  The TCPA-Omni can be powered directly from a fire alarm control panel giving the customer a fully UL listed solution.  For more information or to schedule a demonstration at your facility, contact American Fire Technologies, 2120 Capital Drive, Wilmington, NC 28405.  910-799-9191. Tony Miller,, Capture hyper
Worldwide ECS
Emergency Communication Systems
As the demand for Emergency Communication Systems expands so does American Fire Technologies’ expertise in meeting those demands. AFT, partnering with INDUSTRONIC, can provide ECS  systems worldwide. The professional relationship between AFT and INDUSTRONICS offers a complete resource for our clients to provide a ECS system from design analysis phase through start-up and training, including equipment and installation. The combined industry knowledge and experience between these two companies brings an impressive portfolio to the domestic and global fields of ECS systems. Contact Paul Hayes,  American Fire Technologies,  to discuss your Emergency Communication Systems needs.
American Fire Technologies appreciates and enjoys its customers. Periodically opportunities arise for AFT officers, management, and staff to engage in casual relationship building with its customers. A recent fishing adventure in Louisiana is a prime example in which Carl Busian, AFT President and Garry Dunlow, AFT Shipping Manager met in Lafitte to “catch up” on a little “fishy” business.
Fishing Opportunities
Attendees are still in debate over who caught the “BIG ONE”.