Sitewatch can provide Room Integrity Testing to enclosures protected with any gaseous fire suppression system.
Integrity testing should be undertaken in a protected area, to determine whether leakage could impact upon the extinguishant performance.
Any gaseous fire suppression system that protects an enclosure should have a room integrity test when it is commissioned. An Integrity test should be conducted in accordance with BS5306, ISO 14520 (BS EN 15004 – 1, 2008) or NFPA 2001 and at a minimum this should be conducted annually.
Room integrity test should be completed on initial installation and thereafter at least annually.
Fire Suppression Integrity Test Overview
"Door fan” Integrity Testing methodology provides a means of predicting the retention time without the need to release the extinguishing gas. The door fan test methodology is in accordance with the general requirements specified in BS 5306, BS:ISO 14520, NFPA 12A, NFPA 2001 and the BFPSA Code of Practice for Gaseous Extinguishing Systems.
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