Halon Fire Suppression System Inspection:
Because Halon depletes the ozone layer, the EPA regulations require strict conformity with NFPA standards on existing Halon fire suppression systems. NFPA 12A standards require that Halon fire suppression systems be thoroughly inspected, tested, and documented for operation by a certified trained technician.
During inspection, the quantity of extinguishing agent and the pressure of refillable containers must be checked. If inspection shows at least a 5 percent loss in net weight or a 10 percent drop in pressure, the system must be refilled or replaced.
Halon Fire Suppression System Recharge:
Even though no new Halon Systems are being manufactured, there is still a large supply of existing recycled Halon that can be used to recharge your existing system in the event of a discharge. Fyr-Fyter technicians have been specially equipped, trained and certified to service your Halon fire suppression system recharge needs.
Halon Fire Suppression System Repair:
If you need repairs done on your existing Halon fire suppression system, our certified fire suppression system technicians service and repair your Halon system to make sure your building is always kept safe from fire.