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Fire Sprinkler, Foam and Pre-action Systems

Office, Education, Institutional and Warehouse

Rapid response, reliability and efficiently limiting the damage to your business are all factors in the proper selection of the fire suppression system designed for your business. Our professionals can explore and explain the best options in the industry.


Fire Sprinkler Services Include:

  • NICET Certified Technicians
  • Inspections & Testing of wet, dry, pre-action, deluge and foam
  • Perform sprinkler maintenance services (5 year intervals, 3 year air leakage test, UL testing of sprinkler heads, and foam sampling)
  • NFPA 25 Inspections
  • 24 hour Service
  • Fire pump testing and repairs
  • Determine the appropriate application of fire sprinkler system required
  • Design the system utilizing the latest Auto-CAD software
  • Obtain local authority having jurisdiction approval
  • Coordinate and install in order to ensure a code compliant system
  • MAC - Move, Add and Change as needed
  • Installation and Maintenance of Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion Solutions (MIC)
  • Water testing for MIC
  • Inspection and testing of backflow preventors
  • ASSE Certified techs
  • Inspection and testing of wet and dry standpipe systems
  • Fire hydrant inspection and repairs

The thaw after the freeze

Wet systems may be vulnerable to leaks following pipes that froze or are thawing. As outside temperatures rise above 32 degrees F, you may be unaware that a wet system was frozen and is thawing.

Tips

  • Unoccupied buildings should be checked for potential leaks to avoid internal flooding.
  • Pipes at the roof level and toward the exterior walls are most susceptible to freezing. Kistler O'Brien Fire Protection recommends that you check these areas above drop ceilings for any sign of leakage.
  • Walk your building to verify that there is no leakage occurring at your sprinkler headers or sprinkler piping.
  • For dry sprinkler systems, make sure your drum drips are drained.
  • Check your fire alarm panel for: waterflow alarms, low air pressure indicator, and trouble alarms.