Our Inspection Technicians received proper training for testing procedures to ensure that they are capable of servicing your needs according to both NFPA and the local requirements. We require our entire fire sprinkler Inspection team to hold a NICET II certificate in water based systems, the Washington Inspector Testing Technician or ITT Card, and the Seattle License/s for the applicable inspection and test that is being preformed.
Northwest Fire Systems inspectors holds additional licenses such as the FA-1 for fire alarm, the SC-1 for smoke control and shaft pressurization, the AS-1 for fire sprinklers in any building, the FP-1 for fire pumps, the STP-1 for standpipes, the E-3 for Halon/Clean Agent suppression systems, the E-4 for kitchen hood systems and the FEX-1 for fire extinguishers.
Inspection Reports when completed shall indicate the system's condition and include all pertinent test data preformed during the inspection. At the inspection's conclusion, a computer generated report along with an invoice will be mailed to the manager and/or engineer of the site. The report will included detailed description of any deficiencies found during the inspection with a proposal plan and price to restore your fire equipment to optimal condition.
The deficiencies noted during our tests and inspections will be derived from data compiled by a state certified technician. This technician may note items that would pertain to the codes used for design and installation of fire equipment.
Inspection reports will be sent to the proper authorities having jurisdiction after Northwest Fire Systems either completes noted deficiencies or before 30 days has lapsed. If we are in the process of repairing deficiencies and the 30 day timeline is nearing, Northwest Fire Systems will contact the AHJ with the current status of the system/s.
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