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Welcome to Albatross Fire

Albatross Fire offers a full range of fire protection services for Residential, Commercial and Industrial organisations of all sizes in the greater Sydney area.


All fire equipment needs to be tagged, tested and maintained to meet the requirements under Australian Standard AS1851.

Our qualified staff are able to provide your property with scheduled testing and servicing to ensure all your fire extinguisher needs are correctly installed to meet current Australian Standards and will function if required to be used.


Clearly visible exit and emergency signs can save lives. People panic, or smoke and noise cause confusion. The team at Albatross Fire will ensure you have the signs you need to make any evacuation effective.

Exit & Emergency Lights

Fire hoses must be able to reach all parts of the building they are there to help protect. This system coverage should be part of any buildings initial approvals, but Australian standards can change.

Fire Hose Reels

If fire safety prevention measures fail, smoke alarms are the next critical step in your fire protection plan. They can detect smoke that may not be visible and provide enough warning to take effective action to keep your family or staff and building safe.

Smoke Alarms


fully insured


fpa accredited


18 yrs

18 Years of Fire Safety Experience

reliable and professional

Reliable & Professional


Albatross Fire offers a full range of fire protection services for residential, commercial and industrial organizations of all sizes in greater Sydney.

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professional fire protection

Professional fire protection services and equipment solutions.

Whether for your home or a large commercial building, Albatross Fire can test or supply all the equipment needed.

  • Fire extinguishers and blankets
  • Exit and emergency light
  • Hose reels
  • Fire doors
  • Annual Fire Safety Statements
  • Emergency Evacuation Diagrams
    • Smoke and Heat detection
    • Fire Extinguishers
    • Certification
    • Routine Testing
    • Hydrant Testing

The guide to industry speak

We know that terms used in our industry can be confusing to new customers, so we have put together a handy glossary to help you understand what we are talking about!

Building Classification: A classification summary of buildings and structures as defined in the Building Code of Australia.

Critical Defect: A defect that renders a system inoperative.

Evacuation Practice: Annual instructions concerning the evacuation of a property in the event of an emergency. Evacuation Practice involves the use of the Fire and Evacuation Plan and the Evacuation Signs and Diagrams. There is no qualification required to conduct Evacuation Practices.

Evacuation Signs and Diagrams: The emergency evacuation diagrams show evacuation routes, the location of firefighting appliances and other significant information. They are to be used in conjunction with the sites Fire and Evacuation Plan.

Fire and Evacuation Plan: A written document to illustrate how you will evacuate your staff and the property in the event of an emergency.

Fire Safety Installations: The Fire Equipment that is present onsite. This includes Exit and Emergency Lights, Fire Extinguishers, Fire Blankets, Fire Hose Reels, Hydrants, Pumpsets, Smoke Alarms, Fire Indicator Panels, Fire Rated and Fire Safety Doors, Fire Sprinkler Systems, Water Storage Tanks, Fire Collars and Shutters.

Non-Conformance: A missing or incorrect feature that does not affect the system, but is required to facilitate the ongoing routine maintenance.

Non-Critical Defect: A system impairment or faulty component not likely to critically affect the operation of the system.

Occupier Statement: A statement confirming that prescribed fire safety installations located in the building have been maintained in accordance to the relevant Maintenance Standard (AS1851).

Routine Maintenance: Refers to the prescribed testing of your Fire Safety Installations.