It’s a new world for everyone and every business. If you’re not prepared, get prepared, we can help.
Innovation has been a core driving principal here at Space Age for decades. We refuse to rest on our laurels, and always want to push the quality of our life safety equipment further with every new product release. When we paved the way for things like pre-fabricated solutions, we knew we wouldn’t be the only company in our space to do…
Space Age Electronics has been proudly family-owned and operated in the USA for almost 60 years. Our team is the backbone of our business, so we want to take some time to introduce you to the amazingly talented folks behind our innovative life safety products. Today we’ll chat with our brand new Vice President of Engineering, Sean Pendergast.
Knock off products are pervasive. Don’t be fooled as the costs are too high when life safety is your business.
Space Age Electronics has been proudly family-owned and operated in the USA for over 50 years. Our team is the backbone of our business, so we want to take some time to introduce you to the amazingly talented folks behind our innovative life safety products. Today we’ll chat with Jared Bourbeau, who recently moved into the position of OEM Business Development Manager!
Two days of live webinars! Exclusive first look at upcoming products! Brand new content introducing LifeGuard Networks!
Experienced or Novice, which team is right for you?
It’s no secret we’ve been living in what feels like an alternate reality the past few months. No matter where in the world you are located, your day-to-day approach to being productive and effective has most certainly changed.
Whether it be wood frame or concrete and steel construction you have an obligation for safeguarding all construction operations from any and all fire risks. The WES3 Wireless Emergency System can better protect your site, your workers and satisfy your local AHJs along with national requirements within NFPA 1, NFPA 241, the IFC & IBC (chapters 33) and OSHA alike.
As American Contractors come to grip with the full scope of the coronavirus pandemic, the construction industry is realizing that many ongoing projects could be delayed and disrupted for months, if not suspended altogether.