operations managers will work with you to provide a customized
maintenance program suited to your unique needs. We'll work
together to determine your requirements, and make sure they're
met. In fact, our technicians are carefully selected to ensure
that we keep our promise. You also have the confidence of
knowing that our team members wear photo nametags and uniforms.
That way you can see us coming, and you'll know it means you're
getting the very best.
office staff ensures the paper work is processed and typed
efficiently. The client is proved with a detailed, fully typed
can coordinate major repairs, replacements, and renovations
so that you don?t have to. At ProFire, that's what customer
service is all about. Our project management includes everything
from professional engineering and design, obtaining permits,
doing the work to Fire Department testing.
ALARM INSPECTIONS :
Test fully, each manual and automatic alarm and supervisory
initiating devices and note on the report, it's location,
condition, operation, zone number and annunciation. (In
recommendations such as installation, relocation or replacement
of devices to improve the operation of said system, or to
further protect, the building and its occupants.
guideline as set out for the "Periodic testing of Fire
Alarm system CAN/ULC S536-M97 NFPA 72 and all manufacturers
a visual inspection of all areas covered by sprinkler system
for proper coverage, head orientation, head types,temperature
ratings, head conditions, pipe condition and pitching,and
make any recommendations necessary.
Test fully, the operation of all sprinkler alarm valves
by performing full flows to ensure proper operation as outlined
in NFPA 25.
the fire Department Pumper connections for any blockage,leaking,
operation of connection ring and note any deficiencies.
EXTINGUISHER AND HOSES INSPECTIONS :
Check each Fire Extinguisher as per NFPA 10 for location,
type, size, charge and date last serviced or H-Tested and
noted on the report as necessary, any and all deficiencies
Inspect Standpipe and Hoses, note condition, date of manufacture
and re-rack as required following the guideline set out
as per NFPA 14A.
the Fire Department Pumper connection for any blockage,
leaking, operation of connection ring and note any deficiencies.
PUMP TESTING :
from the highest and furthest point via actual fire hose
flow, the operation of the pump, it's controller and all
pressure and flow switches as required, following NFPA 20
standards, noting all discharge nozzle and gauge pressure
for minor adjustments for proper operation during the above
AND EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTIONS :
battery units for a full 30-minute load, noting operation,remote
head locations, as well as any AC or DC bulbs burnt out.
This test does not include building generator essential
Make recommendations for installation of additional units
to provide safe egress for building occupants in the event
of a real emergency.
and operate fire pump, inspect storage batteries, operate
emergency generator for 30 minutes.
main A/C power and conduct test on battery.
pull station, alternate on a monthly basis.
Check one floor each month to ensure audible signal.
Test sprinkler system (flow, tamper, and low pressure) rotate
sprinkler riser on a monthly basis.
results in fire log book.
transmitter and water flow actuated devices on sprinkler
system to monitoring station ( flow, supervisory and pressure
results in fire log book
elevators for proper operation.
a fire alarm drill in all high-rise building ( If requested).