Whether it’s a wet pipe or dry pipe system, trust Master Fire to handle all your fire sprinkler system inspection and testing needs. Our services technicians are certified, licensed and insured. They are in the field every day, and know how to comply with state and local fire department requirements. Whether it’s performing any inspections, testing, or repairs on fire sprinkler systems, we have the experience and resources to get the job done right the first time.
Here’s a great video from a recent job in which our field technicians performed both a wet pipe and siamese connection inspection and test. https://youtu.be/TC_FwDxkPYY
You should know, and feel confident in the fact that Master Fire Systems holds the required licenses issued by the State Fire Marshal and the Contractor’s State Licensing Board. We service and maintain all fire sprinkler systems according to NFPA 25 and Title 19 code requirements.
The State of New York, as well as local fire departments require a “5-Year Test” to be performed on all fire sprinkler systems by a qualified Fire Sprinkler contractor.
Fire sprinkler systems are highly effective fire protection measures that use water and pressure. The licensed professionals at Master Fire Systems are required to perform sprinkler inspections in accordance with NFPA 25 (Standard for the Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems). They are qualified to inspect all types of fire sprinkler systems.
These inspections include a variety of individual examinations that determine whether the system is operating properly under emergency conditions. The inspections also ensure that there is no damage to the sprinkler system. Inspection and testing tasks include but are not limited to:
– Regular water-flow tests
– Regular trip tests of dry pipe, pre-action, or deluge valves
– Quarterly wet pipe system tests
– Quarterly control valve tests
– Quarterly sprinkler head inspections
– Annual alarm valve tests
– Quarterly main drain tests
– Visual inspection of system
During the fire sprinkler inspection test, our technicians will check fire sprinkler heads (orientation, condition, and ability to transmit liquid). We’ll perform a forward flow test for the backflow preventer as well as inspect the sprinkler control valves (including signage). Our technicians will test the sprinkler air compressors, inspect the sprinkler system alarm components and the spare head box. We will also inspect then test low-pressure alarms. We’ll visibly inspect pipes, gauges, hangers, drain valves, and all other relevant components.