ELKRON MAROC trains building professionals on electronic security

The company Elkron Morocco, specialized in the trades of electronic security, recently organized in partnership with the URMET group, world leader in the manufacture of electronic security products, a technical training, under the theme “new technologies in the field of weak current and trends in electronic securityā€¯.

This is technical training dedicated to design offices and other professionals in the sector to make them aware of electrical risks, as well as to share with them the latest technological advances in this area.

“Today, it is our responsibility as providers of security technology systems and solutions to give professionals the right tools and the necessary training to ensure maximum security for citizens,” said Zahir Tamri, Managing Director of Elkron Morocco.

Indeed, every year several million Dirhams go up in smoke or are stolen without the knowledge of Moroccan industrialists. Apart from the monetary value of these goods and equipment, this represents a huge loss of earnings for companies and administrations and points less in our GDP.

It is clear that the professionals in the sector present at this event were unanimous on the growing need to keep them constantly informed of technological innovations in terms of security solutions so that they can integrate them into the studies prior to carrying out the various structures and constructions.

This training was an opportunity to reinforce the knowledge of the participants on the systems adapted to the different terrains, such as the new MEDEA anti-intrusion system for the most sensitive industrial sites which makes it possible to reduce the risk of intrusion and the intervention time of security teams and authorities.

The ELKRON FIDEGAS range suitable for high-risk sites (chemical laboratories, professional kitchens, sites with the presence of gas, etc.) was also presented during this training, due to its great importance in reducing the risks associated with toxic gases.

Other systems were presented such as the new range of NF-approved fire detection from NUGELEC by EATON, which is coming to the Moroccan and African market following the increase in installations that require a reliable system with specific functionalities (ECS/CMSI, equipment control and signaling, security centralizer, etc.)

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