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Lufthansa Technik – Sofia

Teletek Electronics fire alarm systems matches the demand of the world class aircraft company.


With some 35 subsidiaries and affiliates, the Lufthansa Technik Group is one of the leading providers of technical aircraft services in the world. Certified internationally as maintenance, production and design organization, the company has a workforce of more than 25,000 employees. Lufthansa Technik’s portfolio covers the entire range of services for commercial and VIP/special mission aircraft, engines, components and landing gear in the areas of digital fleet support, maintenance, repair, overhaul, modification, completion and conversion as well as the manufacture of innovative cabin products. Since it was established in 2007 Lufthansa Technik Sofia has become one of the leading MRO facilities in Europe with total area of 64 000 square meters and more than 1 000 highly qualified employees. The company is specialized in line and base maintenance services for Airbus and Boeing narrowbody aircraft.

The base can be serviced up to 8 narrow hull airplanes once for major repairs and maintenance, as well as 1 airplane in position for work on cab systems.

The base in Sofia offers complex service, and two of the production lines are designed for full painting.The project also includes a 5 storey multifunctional building including warehouses, office space, kitchen and dining area

It was the ultimate priority to install an efficient and reliable fire detection solution to protect life and property from the risk of fire.

Very high ceilings in the areas, as high as 28 metres in some places, meant installing pipework demanded the use of specialised equipment and personnel. Further, ongoing maintenance requirements meant devices needed to be accessible, allowing for the regular testing regime recommended by industry regulators.

Finally, ease of use and integration were crucial. As a commercial operation featuring a mix of both open and closed spaces, as well as the use of heavy machinery, the solution needed to connect with a wide range of external systems to ensure advanced safety features would activate in the event of a fire alarm.

The final system installation consisted of 3 Iris Adressable fire alarm pannels, 1 Repeater, 600 Optical Smoke Detectors SensoIris S130, 45 Fixed Temperature and Rate of Rise detectors SensoIris T110, 70 Manual Call Points MCP150, and 54 Wall Mount Sounders Senso Iris WSOU.