We have now completed the third year of publication for Gulf Fire magazine and what a fantastic journey it has been. The success of Gulf Fire has been down to the hard work of the whole MDM Team and the fantastic encouragement and feedback received from readers and advertisers alike – our thanks to you all.
We would like to take this opportunity to welcome Mike Coward as the newest member of the MDM Team. Mike joins MDM as International Sales Manager for Gulf Fire and brings with him a wealth of experience of the international fire publishing sector, having worked within the industry for 16 years.
This issue is packed full of in-depth and interesting features, from the latest industry news and product announcements as well as specialist feature editorial, you will not be disappointed.
As is the tradition, editor Neil Wallington kicks off the issue with his Editor’s Comment and with a further fifteen in-depth and informative articles, we are sure that you will find the issue interesting – look out for the fascinating company and product profiles.
Check out the fascinating article from Gemma Finnegan look at the dangers of hydrogen sulphide – ‘Sour gas, rotten eggs – recipe for disaster’ as well as ‘Protection for instalments in conflict zones’ by Andras T. Pellar.
Enjoy this issue and please continue to share your comments with us – it’s your publication as well as ours and we are always looking for ways to improve the magazine.
Please come and meet the whole Gulf Fire Team at Intersec in January and pick up a complimentary copy of Gulf Fire Issue 13 – we’ll all be there and look forward to welcoming you onto our booth.
Knowsley modular deluge skid packages provide ease of installation and hook up to critical services with the confidence that the skid is delivered fully function tested. Image courtesy of Knowsley SK Limited.
Anna Daskalaki, Alan Elder, Gemma Finnegan, Bart Goeman, Tom Guldner, Tim Johnson, Malcolm Knowles, Andras T. Peller, Rodger Reiswig, Tom Roche, Peter Stephenson, Jan Waldow, Mike Willson.