STI Partners with PSA Security Network

STI, a manufacturer of multipurpose push buttons, protective covers/enclosures, cages, and alarms to help prevent theft and vandalism, announced a partnership with PSA Security Network. The move allows more than 300 electronic security systems integrators in all 50 states and Canada access to STI’s line of 300-plus fire/security protective products.

PSA is the world’s largest electronic security cooperative, encompassing more than 200 manufacturing vendor partners in the security systems design, installation, integration and maintenance of access control, video surveillance, intrusion detection and fire and life safety systems industries.

“STI will certainly be an exceptional addition to our specialized network. We are excited to offer their unique line of protective covers, buttons, chimes and wire guards,” said PSA President and CEO Bill Bozeman. “STI will offer our members a full fire/security package. Their wide range of products help prevent false fire alarms, damage and vandalism to fire pull stations, horn/strobe units, smoke detectors, CCTV cameras and other critical life safety appliances. And since most of their products carry a lifetime guarantee, our integrators are getting quality with that type of assurance.”

“Our partnership with PSA is a win-win situation,” said Margie Gobler, STI president and CEO. “PSA’s objective is to provide quality products to help their system integrators in the fire and security sectors and STI has over 30 years experience in providing superior products to this industry. The partnership exposes us to customers who may not already know STI and allows PSA to offer several outstanding products for a wide range of fire/security needs.”

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