Pyronix Enforcer wins Innovation of the Year award at the -Oscars of the Security Industry

30th October 2012

It will come as no surprise to our installers and end users of the Enforcer Two Way Wireless System that Pyronix were winners of the 'Security Innovation of the Year' Award for the Enforcer at the prestigious Security Excellence Awards at the London Hilton on Park Lane earlier this week.

Julie Kenny CBE DL Chair and Chief Executive was overjoyed with the accolade stating -It's fantastic that the Enforcer has been recognised in this way, especially winning a category that attracts such stiff competition. The Enforcer has really staked its claim in the security market, highlighting why wireless technology is the future, and why Pyronix is the manufacturer to take you there. I would like to thank the whole team at Pyronix for all their dedication and hard work in creating such a brilliant product. And also a big thank you to our customers, who without their continued support, the Enforcer would not have done as well as it has. Already firmly established in the market place, the Enforcer is having an immense impact in its first year of sale, bringing together innovative features and taking the wireless alarm market to new levels. Reliable. Simple to install. Easy to use. High security. The Enforcer is all this, and more...

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