If your multi-storey property utilises a dry riser fire protection system then it is essential you have it serviced and tested regularly to ensure its efficiency in the event of a fire. A full wet test is required annually and a mechanical inspection at least every 6 months.
The team at Target Fire Protection work nationwide and have a purpose-built dry riser testing unit, with a 100 gallon tank, which can be used to test the risers in commercial properties throughout the UK and North West, including Rochdale and Manchester. Our team of skilled technicians aim to limit disruption to your business so will carry out all work swiftly but safely.
On arrival they will cordon off the area, to reduce safety risks and will undertake a comprehensive mechanical inspection before the system is filled and pressurised to the current standard. We can then inspect the integrity of the system, checking for leaks at every level. Once satisfied we will drain the system back into our testing unit.
The report will be stored with our specially designed software, enabling you to access it whenever you require and we will also supply a full listing and certificate of testing for your records.
For more information on our dry riser and fire hydrant testing, or to arrange an on site visit in the UK, please get in touch with the expert team at Target Fire Protection today.
For free, impartial advice, call our expert team: 0800 030 6079
Posted on: 19th May 2020
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