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Reading UK: Norbain has announced that it will now be offering its customers CCTV products by UK manufacturer, Silent Sentinel.

The range includes high quality rugged domes, long range 360 degree continuous rotation PTZ positioning systems, fixed and functional thermal imaging cameras and numerous specialists bespoke builds. With more than 10,000 units in the market today, Silent Sentinel is now coming out from under the covers and revealing itself to the market with the assistance of Norbain.

 

Having worked with Norbain in the past, Paul Elsey, founder and managing director of Silent Sentinel, approached them to support their growth in the UK. “Norbain hold a very strong position in the market and have a good deal of respect in the marketplace thanks to their industry knowledge and close contact with their installer base. We felt they had the best qualifications to support and grow the Silent Sentinel brand,” he explains.

Andy Cassidy, CCTV business manager of Norbain, comments, “My first impression of Silent Sentinel was that they were a true undiscovered gem in the security industry. They have so much more value to add to security integrators by working under their own brand through Norbain and not one-step removed. They are a genuine engineering house, not only manufacturing fantastically good value products here in the UK but also capable of interpreting exact requirements into built products and much more.”