Well, this issue of Gulf Fire sees the magazine celebrate its 25th issue with a whopping 152 page issue.

We have now entered the seventh year of publication for Gulf Fire magazine and what a fabulous journey it has been. The success of the magazine 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.

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 twenty seven in-depth and informative articles, we are sure that you will find the issue interesting – lookout for the fascinating company and product profiles.

Check out John Olav Ottesen’s article on ‘Meeting the challenges of transitioning to Fluorine Free Foam agents’ as well as Paul Pope’s fascinating look at ‘The advantages of a whole-systems approach to fire detection and alarm systems certification.’

Best wishes for a wonderful holiday season from the whole of the team here at MDM Publishing and we are looking forward to catching up with you at a trade show in 2022. If you are going to Intersec in January, drop by Stand 3-H36 and say hello to the MDM Team, you’ll be guaranteed a warm welcome.

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.

Take care and stay safe.

Fires in hotels pose a serious threat to life and property and failure to provide and maintain high-quality fire-protection measures can also have dire consequences. Advanced’s Mark Taylor explores this in ‘Don’t rely on a wake-up call: Hotels have no room to compromise on fire protection’ on page 112.

Image courtesy of Advanced.

Sulaiman AlMohammadi, Paolo Borloni, Raman Chagger, Xavier Criel, Joe Hernandez, Andreas Hulinsky, Aaron Johnson, Kees Kappetijn, Ali S. Karim, Mehesan Mehesan, John Olav Ottesen, David Owen, Paul Pope, Dr Eliot Sizeland, Peter Stephenson, Gary Strong, Mark Taylor, Marco Vanin, Steve Watkins, Peter Wolff, Bruce Wong

Gulf Fire is the only quarterly journal specific to the Middle East Fire market dedicated to both fire protection and firefighting. The editorial features are written by industry experts and comprise a unique blend focussing on the latest technology, training methods and equipment as well as highlighting sector specific issues from around the region. Regular product and company profiles, events updates and news make Gulf Fire Magazine the first choice read for fire protection and firefighting professionals.

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