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Primetech Launches MultiNet Comms Range

Primetech has launched its innovative new MultiNet Comms range of portable, self-supporting incident ground communications solutions. This new range answers a real need among emergency services for more flexible, high capacity incident ground communications, helping them improve their response to major public safety threats.


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Primetech selected as Europe’s first C-COM Authorised Service Centre

New status acknowledges company’s expertise in satcomms service and support

AINVPrimetech has been selected by C-COM of Canada as its first European Authorised Service Centre. Authorised Service Centres must meet a number of very strict requirements. They must have at least 12 months minimum proven experience supporting and installing iNetVu satellite systems. They are also required to maintain a comprehensive local inventory of spare parts, and staff must have completed iNetVu training courses. With over 10 years of support for C-COM satellite systems in the UK and throughout Europe, Primetech has fulfilled these criteria many times over.

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Primetech's interoperable communications feature in Fire magazine


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C-COM's global success profiled

Global satellite systems developer and Primetech supplier C-COM Satellite Systems Inc of Canada has been given a major profile by the Canadian Government's international trade organisation in its Canada Export magazine.

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Cumbria FRS launches new Cobra Rapid Response Tactical Vehicle

New system and vehicle supplied by Primetech will deliver massive improvement in fire fighting effectiveness


The recently introduced Cumbria FRS Rapid Response Tactical Vehicle supplied by Primetech

New state-of--the-art firefighting equipment, supplied and integrated by Primetech, which uses a high-pressure hose to blast straight through brick walls and tackle major blazes on the other side, has now been taken into service and launched by Cumbria FRS.

Firefighters using infra-red technology can identify the location of a fire inside a building. The Cobra unit on the Rapid Response Tactical Vehicle then shoots an ultra-powerful jet of water loaded with an abrasive cutting substance to blast a thumbnail-sized hole in the wall.  Water is then injected through the hole as a high-pressure mist to absorb the heat and gases from the fire.

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