System Inspection and Certification
The National Fire Protection Association Journal of Standards places
the responsibility of sprinkler system inspection and maintenance
on a building's owner. Bay Fire Protection is widely considered
an industry leader with over 47 years of experience in fabricating,
installing, maintaining, and certifying fire protection systems.
We perform quarterly, semi-annual, and annual inspections to help
building owners comply with the regulatory requirement.
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Click here to see the Critical
Measures we use when we do an inspection.
Regulatory Requirement - NFPA
25 - Standards for Inspection, Testing and Maintenance of Water-Based
Fire Protection Systems
> Inspection Items and
> Service and Maintenance
To ensure that your fire protection system will function properly
in an emergency situation, periodic inspections, testing, and maintenance
of all systems is vital. Bay Fire Protection in on call 24 hours
a day to provide emergency services, and will respond to all maintenance
needs within 12 hours of your call.
Bay Fire Protection holds both a State Mechanical Contractor and
State Fire licenses, as well a many other required education certifications.
> Types of Systems
Click here for an overview of
common sprinkler system terms and definitions.
Wet Sprinkler Systems
Most common type of system where water is constantly maintained
within the system.
Dry Sprinkler Systems
System of where freezing temperatures exist.
System that has closed heads where the water doesn't enter the system
until a detection even has occurred.
Similar to a Pre-Action system, but has ability to handle large
Boost pressure to the sprinkler system once the system has been
activated. This is often required in tall buildings.
Reasons to Call Bay Fire
1. Human error is the number one cause of sprinkler system failure.
2. 30% of all facilities do not have adequate system coverage.
3. 25% of all systems non-performances are caused by faulty equipment.
Bay Fire can provide you with the most up-to-date information
regarding regulation changes, equipment recalls, and fire code requirements.