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Dry Risers Installation, Maintenance And Testing
Our expert team of dry riser installation engineers are fully qualified in providing your business with solutions for fire safety to make sure there is no fire risk from the ground level to the top floor level. We offer everything from pat testing, wet risers, hydrant and landing valve testing to sprinkler inspections.
It’s important to protect your building against the possible outbreak of a fire. To do this, you need dry riser and we provide a cost-effective way of making your building safe. This includes maintenance and dry riser testing. And we test privately owned fire hydrants. We also off servicing and testing of fire sprinkler systems. Our team of experienced engineers has operated in the field of fire safety for many years.
We ensure fire hoses can connect to a hose reel straight away for maximum effiency with our dry riser systems.
UK Dry Risers Company
Our UK Dry Risers company has installed and tested dry risers and serviced hydrants, sprinklers, dry riser inlet and riser systems in a range of different buildings and structures across the whole of the UK. Ensuring your occupied buildings is commercial fire protected. We make sure our systems allow the fire bridgrade to get full access to water supply.
No matter what type of building you occupy, we will make it safe for your employees or the general public.
Our company operates with numerous clients within the construction industry throughout the UK such as London and Manchester.
These include principal and main contractors, M&E contractors, architects, designers along with private individuals.
Our Certified Accreditation
Having shown compliance with current health and safety legislation – ‘Dry riser solutions’ is accredited within the Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme (CHAS) to do dry riser install maintenance.
All our projects are designed, installed and commissioned to industrial standard and legislation BS9990: 2015 Standards. All the parts used in designing are BS5041 standards.
We do a full visual inspection to check any dry risers installation. sprinkler systems, fire safety, and any fire hydrant. If you’re looking for certified installers, contact us.
Dry Riser Maintenance and Testing
UK Fire crews understand the dry riser’s layout, function and how they operate. They also have knowledge of any risk involved.
If a building that’s fitted with a riser cupboard or dry riser is referred to as a special or specific special risk (PRM/SSRI); then, detailed information on the riser’s size, location and performance limits needs to be noted down in any risk assessment.
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We offer maintenance and testing on;
- Breeching inlet
- Landing valves
- Dry Riser signs
- Dry Riser doors
- Inlet sizes
British Standard Regulations
BS9990:2015 gives the recommendation and guidelines for the design, installation, and maintenance of a non-automatic and effective fire-fighting system in a building. From fire safety to sprinkler systems we can help.
It is a legal requirement for all buildings with a fire-fighting system to perform in-depth servicing and maintenance annually. The annual test ensures an operating pressure of twelve-bar. The maintenance would also include a visual test of the dry riser.
The regulations ensure legal compliance with certain requirements and efficient use of the system. There are also rules that should be followed when the installation is gone. For example, you will need the correct cabinet installed.
Frequently Asked Questions
A dry riser is utilised as a supply system. It's used to distribute water to numerous levels or compartments of a building, as a component of its fire fighting systems. Dry risers are typically constructed in concrete basements, requiring a pump to deliver water from the main supply line into the basement. In this video alert I will show you how to install a dry riser valve.
Place a dry riser kit in your existing piping system and they can be connected by solvent weld, thread or push fit joints according to the requirements of BS EN 955 Part 2 Table 6. The pipe work is then pressure tested to 150 PSL for 15 minutes. This pressure test includes all inlets and outlets. Any components with defects will require replacement prior to certification being issued.
Dry risers must be intergrated in UK building where the floor is between 18 metres and 60 meters above ground level.