FIRE SPRINKLER SYSTEM INSPECTION
Sprinkler systems are an integral part of fire prevention for any business. They’re designed to keep customers, staff, and assets safe, generally any business in the area will need a sprinkler system inspected in accordance to state guidelines.
Per NFPA 25 and local jurisdiction annual and quarterly inspections are required for your fire sprinkler system. As your One Stop Safety Shop, let the professionals at ABC Fire take care of your inspections, call us today at
for a quote!
Wet Sprinkler System -
In a wet pipe sprinkler system, the pipes are filled with pressurized water. When a fire occurs, the sprinkler system will immediately discharge the water to extinguish the fire. This is the most popular sprinkler system.
Dry Sprinkler System -
With a dry pipe sprinkler system the pipes are filled with pressurized air or nitrogen, instead of water. This air holds a remote valve, also known as a dry pipe valve, which is in a closed position.
Deluge Sprinkler System -
Is a system in which ALL sprinkler heads go off at the same time. Normally used in places where threat of a fire is extremely high.
Antifreeze Sprinkler System -
Is a wet pipe sprinkler system employing automatic sprinklers that are attached to a piping system that contains an antifreeze solution and is connected to a water supply. The antifreeze solution is discharged, followed by water, immediately upon operation of sprinklers opened by heat from a fire.