The fire sprinkler system is an essential part of the fire safety equipment of any building. The main purpose of the sprinkler system is to contain and extinguish any fire that might occur. However, the fire sprinkler system has many other devices that must communicate with the fire alarm system to function properly. For the fire sprinkler system to be utilized in the way it was designed, both the sprinkler system and the fire alarm system must both work together in order to contain the fire as well as notify the authorities of any threat and limit the loss of life and property damage.
Sprouse Fire & Safety performs annual inspection, testing and certification on fire sprinkler systems as per NFPA requirements.
This service includes:
- Control valve testing
- Tamper switch operation testing
- Flow alarm testing
- Visual inspection of the building’s system in accordance with NFPA 25 and Fire Department requirements
- Main drain testing