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Vibration Sensors Ogden UT

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Treasure Fire Equipment
(801) 737-3473
2370 N Highway 89
Ogden, UT
 
Hickman Electric Inc
(801) 479-5107
2474 Woodland Dr
Ogden, UT
 
Pinkerton Government Svc
(801) 392-2462
205 26th St # 11
Ogden, UT
 
Wasatch Fire Protection
(801) 612-3225
79 Harper Way
Ogden, UT
 
Davis Security
(801) 737-1996
1185 N Washington Blvd
Ogden, UT
 
Utah Fire Equipment Co Inc
(801) 621-4261
227 W 17th St
Ogden, UT
 
Allied Barton Security Svc
(801) 627-8072
2000 Newgate Mall
Ogden, UT
 
Uintah Basin Security
(801) 392-9999
3564 Lincoln Ave
Ogden, UT
 
Mountain Alarm
(801) 594-8700
3293 Harrison Blvd
Ogden, UT
 
Fire Protection Svc Corp
(801) 594-8700
3293 Harrison Blvd
Ogden, UT
 

Vibration Sensors

When an earthquake occurs, your first warning will be a swaying sensation followed by a sudden rumble. Tremors are dangerous because most people are too stunned to react for moments before they realize that an earthquake is happening. In the meantime they could be struck by breaking glass, sharp falling objects, and heavy sliding furniture.

Earthquake alarms are inexpensive vibration sensors for your home or office. Vibration-type alarms activate a loud warning as soon as tremors begin. An earthquake detector provides early warning by detecting an earthquake's sound wave before the earthquake shakes your area, giving your family the proper time to protect themselves by dropping to the ground, covering the back of their heads and holding onto something sturdy until the tremors subside. $25 to $200.

If you reside in an earthquake prone area, precaution is your safest defense against an earthquake. You can't prevent an earthquake from taking place - but you can put the following precautionary measures in place to protect the safety of your family and yourself:

  • Practice the drop, cover and hold technique with family.
  • Pick a safe spot to take cover during an earthquake in advance.
  • Move heavy or breakable items to low shelves.
  • Use child-proof locks on cupboards.
  • Secure water heaters, fridges, stoves, laundry machines with studs.
  • Use straps or plumbers tape to hold down computers, TVs and microwaves.
  • Rearrange furniture so heavy items won't slide into and b...

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