Fixed Fire Systems Applications
System applications and Consultation
Assist in identifying the hazards with the client and develop the most effective choice for the fire control or suppression.
Detailed specifications, Preliminary P&ID’s, or Erection drawings
Performed in AutoCad format, 3-D
Major Equipment procurement
Diesel/electric foam and water pump skids, with or without shelters, complete with user specified controls ready for operation
Documentation including hydraulic calculations
Equipment lists, operating matrixes, flow and pressure calculations
Fire systems are built to standards. Our qualified staff can assist with managing the phases of your system construction thereby assuring a complete and approved system is built.
Commissioning of Systems
Whether the system is installed by others or a Firemaster installation, we utilize the manufacturer’s guidelines and criteria established by the fire codes in testing and commissioning.
Once a fire system is installed and commissioned, ownership then extends to a program of testing. Firemaster will schedule with the owner to conduct testing to insure the operational characteristics of the system are consistent with the original design. Testing would include a flushing of the system using only water, proportioning test if foam is being used, laboratory analysis of the foam concentrate, water pump testing, and a comprehensive report on the results obtained.
Identification of system components that are subject to freezing during winter, flushing, lubricating, and installing anti-freeze to prevent damage. These components may include fire hydrants, manifolds, fire department connections, fire monitors, etc. We also provide tags indicating that a winterization service has been performed on the equipment.
Training of personnel in the operation of systems, existing or new.
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Last week our training department went through all of our gear and came up with the gear pictured below to donate to Project Paraguay. […]
DESCRIPTION OF INCIDENT: A service rig and well site pumping unit sustained extensive damage when the rig was pulled over onto its side. […]