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.
Learn about the top NFPA 72 visual requirements for fire alarm and detection system inspections.
NFPA 72 covers requirements for the installation, performance, testing, inspection, and maintenance of the fire alarm systems. Although visual inspections are normally conducted at the same time as the testing, this article covers the functional testing requirements.
NFPA 25 lists specific requirements for the type of and schedule for required inspections. Here we discuss quarterly and annual fire sprinkler inspections.
Quarterly and annual inspections are the two most common intervals for inspections and testing that Ryan Fireprotection conducts for its clients, for all major fire protection 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.
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.
Central station monitoring is commonly used with fire alarm and detection systems to notify your local fire department in the event of a fire incident. A good monitoring service can be the difference between life and death, and a prompt response can also lead to reduced property damage.
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.