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Archive News and Press Releases 2015

Systems Integrator’s Chemnitz Branch Confirms Detection and Alarm Systems Expertise

Chemnitz, 11th of November, 2015: The Chemnitz (Germany) branch of Salzbrenner Stagetec Audio Video Mediensysteme GmbH, the systems integrator of the Salzbrenner Stagetec Mediagroup, has once again proved its expertise in the installation and maintenance of notification and alarm systems. The certification body of VdS Schadenverhütung in Cologne has recently confirmed its certificate, with Christian Lämmel registered as the responsible specialist in charge of the installation and maintenance of intruder alarm systems, Martin Kretzschmar for speech alarm systems, and Mike Wetzig for fire alarm systems.

Martin KretzschmarMartin Kretzschmar, Mike Wetzig and Christian Lämmel (left to right) Copyright: Salzbrenner Stagetec Audio Video Mediensysteme GmbH, Mike Wetzig und Christian Lämmel (v.l.n.r.) Copyright: Salzbrenner Stagetec Audio Video Mediensysteme GmbH“We are proud of our renewed VdS certificate, which confirms our commitment to providing our customers with an impeccable maintenance service for their intruder alarms,” Lämmel commented on the extension of their certificate, E 192260. This certificate is only awarded to companies that file an extension and amendment request with VdS Schadenverhütung and pass extensive audits of newly-installed systems.

Façade of the Chemnitz Museum of Industry Copyright: Dietmar Träupmann, Archiv Industriemuseum ChemnitzThe systems integrator’s branch in Chemnitz has installed well-known third-party intruder, fire and speech alarm systems in private homes, corporate buildings and public institutions all over Germany, which provide effective protection of files and objects, and guide people. One Mediagroup-installed intruder alarm system has been in use for many years at the listed Seehof castle near Bamberg and is maintained by the Chemnitz branch. One of the most recent projects involved the installation of a comprehensive fire and intruder alarm system at the Chemnitz Museum of Industry.