Fire Detection Equipment
Fire Alarms Systems
Automatic fire alarm systems are designed to be an early warning system that detect and react to the presence of smoke or heat from a fire by monitoring environmental changes associated with combustion.
A fire alarm system is classified as either automatically actuated, manually actuated, or both. Automatic fire alarm systems are intended to notify the building occupants to evacuate in the event of a fire or other emergency. The event must also be reported to an off-premises location in order to alert emergency services to control and combat the spread of the fire.
- 1-year fire alarm control panels
- 1-year initiating devices
- 1-year alarm communication equipment
- 1-year remote annunciators (most local and state regulations require at least an annual inspection.)
- 2-year smoke detection devices need to have a sensitivity test as well as a functional test. (Fire code mandate)
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The need for a fire alarm system in any specific building will normally be determined by the authority responsible for enforcing fire safety legislation in that building and/or by a fire risk assessment carried out by the owner, landlord, occupier(s) or employer(s), as appropriate. In general, it is appropriate to install some form of fire alarm system in virtually all buildings, other than very small premises that are relatively open-planned so that occupants, who will be able to warn others by word of mouth, will quickly detect any fire or simple mechanical devices such as hand-operated bells.
We Provide Prompt and Reliable Commercial Fire Alarm Inspection, Repair and Servicing.
Our fire alarm inspection service helps ensure that your fire alarm system is working correctly and complies with your state and local codes.
During a fire alarm inspection, Fireworx’s expert technicians will test that the following components are functioning properly:
- Manual pull stations
- Notification appliances including horns and strobes
- Smoke and heat detectors
- Duct detectors
- Tamper devices
- Main alarm panel
- Communication equipment
Our fire alarm system inspection process includes:
- Testing and/or cleaning of smoke detectors
- Checking heat detectors with a heat gun and verify proper alarm activation
- Testing and inspecting all audible and visual devices to ensure that they are unobstructed and the sound level is above ambient noise levels
- Ensuring your alarm system meet all National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) codes and standards
A working fire alarm is critical to saving lives in an unexpected and dangerous situation like a fire. To ensure reliability, fire alarm systems must be inspected, tested, and maintained regularly.
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