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AAMCPT CPPIN-3T
Pertronic Industries’ Indicating Manual Call Point has been designed to provide customers with an innovative cost effective easy to test solution for MCP installations. Pertronic Industries has combined proven design techniques with the latest technology to provide a highly reliable conventional MCP.

AAMCPT CPPIN-3TWP-MK2
Pertronic Industries’ Weatherproof Manual Call Point has been designed to provide customers with an innovative, cost effective, easy to test, solution for MCP installations that require weatherproof (IP65 rating).

CPPINT-E
Pertronic Industries' Euro Style Conventional Indicating Manual Call-Point is a highly reliable Fire Alarm manual activation device with a compact, aesthetically pleasing, low-profile European style enclosure.

CPP
Pertronic Industries' Manual Call Point is a high-reliability fire alarm activation device. Features include “Snapglaze” frangible element for improved user safety. Fully complies with NZS 4512:1997.

AAMCPT CPP-TWP-MK2
Pertronic Industries’ Weatherproof Manual Call Point has been designed to provide customers with an innovative, cost effective, easy to test, solution for MCP installations that require weatherproof (IP65 rating). Fully complies with NZS 4512:1997.

CPPIN-3 Discontinued product
Pertronic Industries' Indicating Manual Call Point is a high-reliability fire alarm activation device. Features include “Snapglaze” frangible element for improved user safety. Fully complies with NZS 4512:2003.

CPPIN-3TWP CPPIN-3TWP Discontinuted product
Pertronic Industries’ Weatherproof Manual Call Point has been designed to provide customers with an innovative, cost effective, easy to test, solution for MCP installations that require weatherproof (IP54 rating).

CPP-TWP CPP-TWP Discontinuted product
Pertronic Industries’ Weatherproof Manual Call Point has been designed to provide customers with an innovative, cost effective, easy to test, solution for MCP installations that require weatherproof (IP54 rating).
Fully complies with NZS 4512:1997.

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