Special Hazard Fire Suppression Inspection
Many businesses, such as data and IT centers, computer server rooms, museums, hospitals, hazardous material storage areas, and chemical and power plants, require special hazard suppression systems. Essentially, any setting where water could do more harm than good may benefit from an alternative form of fire suppression.
Once installed, you can’t simply ignore your system. Without proper attention, the equipment could fall into disrepair without your knowledge. That’s why the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), state and local jurisdictions, and insurance companies require special hazard suppression inspections.
Each visit is essential — not just for code compliance but to ensure you can count on your suppression system if a fire breaks out.
No matter your industry or what type of special hazard suppression system you have, trust Fire Pros to conduct the inspection you need. We’re licensed professionals with over 40 years of experience offering fire protection services to business owners in West Michigan.
What Is Involved in a Special Hazard Fire Suppression Inspection?
During an inspection, we check:
- Clean agents: Check initiating devices and the system’s releasing device.
- Dry chemical systems: Visually inspect system piping and replace/test detection devices.
- All discharge, pipe fittings, nozzles, and batteries
- Agent cylinders will be inspected to verify agent weight and gauge pressure, signs of damage, or need for testing
- And more
Our inspections also follow local, state, and federal regulations, so you can rest assured your business is up to these standards.
Types of Special Hazard Fire Suppression Systems We Inspect
Depending on the special hazard suppression system you have and the laws in your jurisdiction, you may need to have inspections performed monthly, quarterly, semiannually, or annually.
Fire Pros installs and inspects today’s most popular fire suppression systems, including FM-200, Novec 1230, Halon 1301, N2 nitrogen, Carbon dioxide, Dry chemicals, and Water mist.
Schedule a Special Hazard Fire Suppression Inspection
Fire Pros is highly qualified to service your special hazard suppression system. We focus on high-value asset protection for your peace of mind. As a full-service fire protection company, we can fulfill your every need, delivering comprehensive training and expertise in a wide range of service areas.
Our Fire Protection Service Area
We service fire protection equipment for businesses throughout West Michigan.