Service and Maintenance
All installed fire suppression systems will require scheduled service and maintenance as per NFPA standards and codes. This includes scheduled service and maintenance on installed fire sprinklers, fire suppression systems, fire alarms and even portable fire extinguishers. Local fire codes may require commercial and industrial buildings to have scheduled tests and inspections completed by fire department personnel, fire suppression companies, certified fire suppression technicians and/or fire safety engineers.
Maintenance Schedule on Installed Fire Suppression Systems
Each city municipality will have a fire marshall available to inform you of the required frequency of tests and inspections that are required for your installed fire suppression. Many states, cities and municipalities will require commercial and industrial building owners to schedule tests and inspections to be completed by local fire departments, state licensed fire suppression companies, certified fire suppression technicians or fire safety engineers on installed commercial and industrial fire suppression systems.
Commercial and Industrial Fire Suppression Service and Maintenance
As a commercial or industrial business owner it’s your responsibility to keep all fire suppression systems serviced, maintained and properly tested and inspected. Contact your local fire marshall for commercial and industrial fire code requirements and the scheduled frequency of all tests and inspections.
Required Fire Suppression Tests and Inspections
Your fire suppression system will require monthly, semi-annual, annual and 5, 6, 12 year tests and inspections depending on the types of fire suppression systems you have installed. Have a licensed fire suppression company, certified fire suppression technician or fire safety engineer establish a set schedule and frequency for your fire suppression tests and inspections
Residential, Commercial and Industrial Fire Suppression Systems
Residential fire suppression systems are designed and engineered to keep your family, belongings and home safe in the event of a fire. The commercial and industrial fire suppression systems are designed and engineered to save lives, inventory and property from the dangers of fire, many states and cities require that all commercial and industrial business have installed fire suppression systems to meet state, city and insurance agency fire, health and building codes.