keeping things simple
At Howler UK we have a mission to make fire safety simpler.
That’s about all there is to it! We want to help you achieve compliance as quickly as possible and as efficiently as possible. During our 30 years of experience this simple goal has driven our continuous product development, customer service and culture. And the journey continues.
built for the toughest environments
The basic building blocks of all our products and services are summarised in three letters: RST
RELIABLE: We are ever conscious that our products could someday be saving someone’s life – maybe yours. From individual testing of products before despatch through to a minimum 2 year warranty on all products, we provide a lifetime of support.
SIMPLE: Simplicity for the customer is not always simple to achieve, but that’s what we strive for. Cutting complexity saves resources and saves stress.
TOUGH: Construction sites are no place for the faint hearted! In the jungle where every conceivable threat lurks, you need products that can stand up to the rigorous demands.
We’re passionate about innovation, about making things better, and we would like to invite you to be part of this mission! Tell us about your fire safety frustrations, or ideas you have at email@example.com
KEY CONTACTS AT HOWLER
There’s a whole team of professionals and specialists that come together to ensure that your site is as safe as can be – here are a few key names and faces...
The Howler name is inspired by one of nature’s noisiest creatures, the Red Howler Monkey of South America. With an alarm call that can be heard over miles of dense jungle, these guys really know how to make themselves heard! Here’s a little more information on these amazing primates:
RED HOWLER MONKEY
DISTRIBUTION: South America
HEIGHT: Approximately 55cm
WEIGHT: 4 - 8kg
DIET: Herbivorous, fruit and leaves
Red Howler Monkeys are well built with powerful, muscular bodies. Distinctive ginger coloured fur covers all of the body except the face, which is usually black and brown. Howler Monkeys are famed for their incredibly loud call which is amplified by a special organ in their throats. The call is used for communicating with each other, and can be heard up to 5 kilometres away. Found in the swamps of South America, these unique creatures spend most of their time foraging for leaves, fruit and vegetation in the leafy canopies. They live in family groups of varying sizes, depending on the availability of food. The group usually includes a few adult males and females and their offspring. So when you next go trekking in Bolivia, listen out for these special primates!