Inspections and testing of fire sprinkler systems is not only critical to proper operation, but mandated by most local authorities. The “National Fire Protection Association” or (NFPA) has developed a standard identified as the “NFPA 25” that defines the minimum frequency and items to review during a typical inspection. Our administrative staff has tablet based inspection software that follows all the inspection standards set forth in the NFPA 25. This software is constantly being updated to comply with the most current NFPA 25 mandated by the “Authority Having Jurisdiction” or (AHJ).

Peace of Mind

We pride ourselves on continuing that core competency in our inspection service to give a Building Owner or Manager a true system condition summary. Our expert staff is familiar with all paperwork and code requirements allowing you to have peace of mind that your property is protected and your paperwork is in compliance with all federal, state and local requirements.

What a Building owner or Manager should receive:

  • A completed inspection report - A summary of site specific review of system components
  • The documentation will reflect the requirements set forth by NFPA25 and the local authorities.

Absolute Fire offers full Fire Protection Inspections for:

  • Residential & Commercial Fire Sprinkler Systems:
    1. Wet Pipe Systems
    2. Dry Pipe Systems
    3. Pre-Action systems
    4. Deluge Systems
    5. Standpipe Systems
  • Antifreeze Systems
  • Backflow Devices
  • Fire Hydrants
  • Fire Pumps
  • Pressure Reducing Valve Testing (pilot valves)
  • Fire Inspection, Testing, & Maintenance Frequency Chart

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Quick FAQ....

I have a standpipe system with two risers. The original design indicates a total flow of 750 gpm (2839 Lpm). Am I required to flow this much water for the five year flow test?

No. When conducting the five year flow test, one riser is tested at a time. Therefore, the flow should be a total of 500 gpm (1892 Lpm), 250 gpm (946 lpm) for each of the two topmost outlets.