The unique style and construction of the Ironworks hotel and apartments in Indianapolis required Ryan Fireprotection to take a creative approach to the installation of the fire sprinkler systems.
When TWG began construction of new luxury apartments on the site of the old Indianapolis Star building – now known as Pulliam Square and The Whit – they turned to the experts at Ryan Fireprotection to install the wet and dry sprinkler systems.
Ryan Fireprotection experts encounter many different sprinkler system deficiencies on our inspections, but five stand out as the most common issues.
NFPA 25 lists specific requirements for the type of and schedule for required inspections. Here we discuss quarterly and annual fire sprinkler inspections.
Although Control-Mode sprinkler systems are quite common, there are times when a suppression system is a better option. Early Suppression, Fast Response fire sprinkler systems (ESFR) are commonly used in higher occupancy hazard situations found in warehouses.
On occasion, the results of an Obstruction Investigation require a system flushing. This process clears the piping and components of potential blockages by using a pressurized water source.
Ryan Fireprotection keeps up to date with the current technology in the fire prevention industry to provide its clients the best the industry has to offer. 2016 trends include updated alarm panels and nitrogen-based sprinkler systems.
Ryan Fireprotection follows NFPA 25 standards for fire sprinkler system inspections, and can help resolve any deficiencies that may be found during an inspection.
Learn why pre-action and gaseous systems are optimal fire suppression systems for protecting water-sensitive areas such as MRI rooms, museums, and libraries.