Kidde

Technology That Saves Lives

For more than 80 years industry leaders, the military, airlines and firefighters have relied on Kidde products. Consumers benefit from the same proven technology in the company’s home safety products.  As the world’s largest manufacturer of fire safety products, Kidde offers a complete line of smoke alarms, carbon monoxide alarms, fire extinguishers, escape ladders and safety accessories.

Kidde Canada’s newest generation of smoke and carbon monoxide alarms help reduce the worry of keeping your family safe. Its “Worry-Free” alarms last a decade and, contain sealed lithium batteries that never need to be changed over the entire life of the unit.

With their 10-year batteries, “Worry-Free” smoke and carbon monoxide alarms eliminate annoying late night low battery chirps because you never again have to replace a battery. Alarms even tell you when it is time to replace them after 10 years of use. And intelligent sensors help reduce nuisance alarms.

Other leading edge alarm features include super-bright Cree® LED lights to help light the way to safety; CO alarms with a continuous digital display that let you address small issues before they become life-threatening; and, wireless alarms that interconnect and sound a warning simultaneously. All Kidde alarms are available in a wide variety of battery, plug-in, hardwired and wireless models.

Kidde products are sold in quality hardware stores, home centres and retail stores across Canada.

 

 

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