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To ensure the proper functioning of your sprinklers, have them inspected periodically by Sécurité Incendie National.
The professionals you need for sprinkler inspections in Montreal and surrounding areas
Sprinklers are automatic extinguishing devices that activate by themselves in case of excessive heat in a room or a site to be protected during a fire. This system is networked above the area to be protected and consists of three components: sprinkler heads, screwed onto conduits (piping), all connected to a control station that regulates the arrival of water (sprinkler chamber).
The inspection of this fire protection system should be done every year. You can count on our certified technicians to perform all the necessary checks to ensure that your sprinklers are working properly.
Certified technicians take care of the verification of your sprinklers.
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- We are authorized to discuss with municipalities, insurance companies and the Committee on Standards, Equity, Health and Safety at Work (CNESST) in order to act upon situations of non-compliance where notice has been given. We act according to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), National Fire Prevention Code (NFC), National Building Code (NBC), the Régie du bâtiment du Québec (RBQ) as well as the Quebec public security.
- Montreal métropolitaine (Montreal, Laval, Longueuil)
- Lanaudière (Joliette, Terrebonne, L’Assomption)
- Laurentides (St-Eustache, Boisbriand, St-Jérôme)
- Montérégie (Boucherville, Sorel, Brossard)
Sprinkler inspection according to NFPA 25
As professionals, we perform a complete inspection according to the NFPA 25 standards, which govern the minimum requirements for the periodic inspection, testing and maintenance (ITM) of water-based suppression systems.
Our work consists of:
- Verifying that the sprinkler room is properly identified;
- Checking if the system operates with air or water;
- Detecting the presence of rust and flaking paint in the piping;
- Ensuring proper pressure on the pressure gauges;
- Checking that the data sheet is securely attached to the riser and legible;
- Inspecting the hydraulic bell (if present);
- Checking that there is a spare sprinkler head box in the building in question;
- Ensuring that the check valve and water trap are functioning properly;
- Verifying that the source of supply is from the municipality;
- Ensuring that the butterfly and check valves are in the proper position;
- Checking if the system is connected to the fire alarm panel;
- Check that the connections are clean and protected by caps;
- Check that the connections are visible and accessible with a sign;
- Inspect the movable ring, the threads and the seal;
- Check the non-return valve for leaks.
People who needed the NFPA 25 Fire Sprinkler report also needed the S-536 Fire Alarm report and an NFPA 10 Fire Extinguisher report.
We go through all the inspection points established by law.
We are certified to inspect
Sprinklers in businesses, commercial premises and factories.