The video will explain exactly what goes on when a fire sprinkler inspection is conducted in order to prepare the public for any future assessments. The water below the clampers usually is located in an enclosed, heated area. Air circulates throughout every other part of this system. Lower readings ought to indicate the presence of air on the gauge below the water gauge. Inspectors first look at the valve readings to determine whether leaks are present or whether the system is offline. Any unusual events are recorded in the data.
The inspection of fire sprinklers takes place every third year. The inspection is conducted to see if the water ceases to flow and if the system trips. The next step is a full-flow test that simulates a fire and times the efficiency of the device under a real-world situation. The operation of the system is stored within the inspector tags. Next, determine if the system reset properly following an accident. Inspection of the gauges then determines if they require either replacement or recalibration. They usually need replacement/recalibration five years from the last service/restoration.
Next, fire sprinkler inspection examines the heads to ensure that they’re in good condition. Here the video indicates the quantity of replacement heads that are needed to meet the quantity of systems. Additionally, there are markings on different couplings which indicate the system’s size.