Archive for January 2013

We do not sell consumer goods!

Once again, it would seem that there are unscrupulous types out in the world, who are using valid company names to peddle fraudulent items on the web. Acewell have been victims of this fraud in the past and it would seem that in spite of our best efforts, there are […]

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Acewell come through SSAIB inspection

We are pleased to report that Acewell Electronics Ltd have come through our regular SSAIB alarm inspection. Following the day long rigorous inspection, we have been readmitted to the SSAIB roll and are hoping for an elusive merit for excellent performance. The inspection involves opening our doors to the SSAIB […]

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Brazilian nightclub tragedy reflection

No one who has seen the news coming out of Santa Maria, Brazil over the weekend could have failed to be shocked and deeply saddened by the scenes of tragedy and devastation at the Kiss nightclub fire that has killed 233 people, mainly students. The blaze which appears to have […]

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Lithium batteries continued

Ok kids, further to my last post about the potential dangers of lithium-ion batteries, by complete coincidence I’ve had an issue with one over the weekend. Look at this photograph of my old iPhone 3GS which has been out of action awaiting redeployment for a couple of months… This phone […]

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Lithium battery fire hazard

The recent fire on a Boeing 787 Dreamliner jet, has highlighted the hazard of lithium-ion batteries, which are ubiquitous in modern electronic gadgets such as mobile phones. Lithium-ion cells have revolutionised miniature electronics, allowing smaller and more efficient mobile gadgets, but they have one teeny problem – a tendency to […]

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LFB calls for tougher fridge and freezer fire standards

A new report by London Fire Brigade (LFB) has concluded that household fridges and freezers are the most dangerous appliances in the home when involved in a fire. The report has examined fires that were started by electricity or by electrical appliances, following a devastating 2011 house fire in Neasdon […]

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Alarm company ordered to pay £30m

Interim damages of £30 million have been awarded to the owners of Weston-Super-Mare pier by a judge at Bristol Mercantile court, for system failures, resulting in the total loss of the pier in a fire. Judge Havelock-Allen found a ‘high degree’ of negligence by alarm company, System 2 Security (S2S) […]

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