MasterGuard is a company located in Dallas, Texas and has been selling fire protection products since 1971. Their product line consists of smoke and heat detectors and detectors for radon, propane gas, methane gas and carbon dioxide. Also, MasterGuard helps to educated families to minimize fire hazards, plan safe exits and practice escape.
The MasterGuard MGB-380T smoke alarm is a battery powered, non-latching 90dB (decibel) alarm. It has a full function test switch and an insect screen to prevent nuisance alarms. The MGB-380T also has a 360 degree opening for smoke entry.
The MGEB-400T is a 120VAC smoke alarm with a 9V battery backup. It has a full function test switch and an insect screen to prevent nuisance alarms. It is a non latching 90dB alarm with 360 degree opening for smoke entry.
The MGEB-380LS is a hearing impaired smoke alarm with a light strobe. It is a non-latching 90dB alarm. It has 360 degree opening for smoke entry, insect screen and a full function test switch.
The MasterGuard QR-50 is a self contained heat activated fire alarm. The 117 degree sensor is rated for 70 feet of space.
The Guardian is a stove top fire alarm/suppression product. It is assembled in the USA and has a 106dB alarm. It is equipped with an appliance shut down device and diode-type heat sensors.
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