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.
October is Fire Prevention Month, and the perfect time to educate co-workers, staff, and building occupants about practical fire safety and prevention tips.
The Campus Crossroads expansion at Notre Dame is the largest building project the university has ever undertaken. Ryan Fireprotection assisted in this pivotal construction by designing and installing the sprinkler systems for the east and west additions.
The NFPA requires that fire sprinkler systems being inspected and tested on a regular basis. The experienced team at Ryan Fireprotection can assist in this critical maintenance. Contact us today.
A brief overview of the 4 common types of commercial fire sprinkler systems: wet, dry, pre-action, and FM-200 / FE 25.
Back to School season is quickly approaching, which means educational facilities need to be ready for inspections as required by the State of Indiana, Homeland Security, and local codes.
The NFPA requires an internal inspection of piping every five years or when conditions indicate the need for it. Occasionally, an obstruction investigation may also be required to ensure that piping, valves and other components don’t become obstructed to the point where they might leak or fail under pressure.