• Verify the Fire Sprinkler control valve are in the proper open/close position 
  • Operate control valves thru their full range of motion
  • Verify all valves are monitored or secured and accessible
  • Complete main drain test
  • Record the static and residual pressures to confirm no obstruction in supply line piping
  • Verify gauges in good conditions and reading correctly
  • Verify trouble, supervisory, and alarm signals activate satisfactorily
  • Check for adequate coverage, clearance, and condition of all visible Fire Sprinkler heads to allow for proper distribution if activation occurs
  • Operate inspectors test valves to activate water gong/fire alarm/electric bells and verify functional flow of system
  • Verify proper quantity and style of spare sprinkler heads in spare head box
  • Inspect general condition of visible Sprinkler System piping, hanger, and braces
  • Identify potential detrimental conditions that could compromise the performance of the Fire Sprinkler System
  • Service tags installed on all system risers and inspector test valves
  • Check Fire Department Connection caps and couplings to insure they are installed and rotate freely 
  • Verify that they are no objects inside Fire Department Connection valve that could be pushed into the system and cause an obstruction
  • If applicable, inspect and test operation of air compressor cut in/cut out pressure
  • If applicable, inspect valves internally and check condition of valve body, clapper, latching mechanisms, trim, and gaskets
  • If applicable, flow system priming lines and clean all strainers accordingly
  • If applicable, perform visual and functional check of manual pull stations, smoke and heat detectors, abort switches, remote annunciators and auxiliary equipment
  • Upon completion of inspection, applicable inspection document and noted deficiencies shall be left on site and be available electronically

EXAMPLEs OF FIRE SPRINKLER SYSTEM INSPECTION INCLUDE:

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