Eversafe Group of Companies

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Annual Maintenance

Our Principle activity is to undertake Annual Maintenance Contract of any capacity & Capability and the same is supported by very Qualified and Experience Staffs, Engineers and Technicians. This facilicity services is on the basis of 24 hours on call.

Annual Maintenance Servicing & Testing with 4 quarterly visits consist of The following:

1 Service & Testing of Control Panel --
2 Service & Testing of Smoke detector --
3 Service & Testing of Heat Detectors ang & Testing of Break Glass --
4 Service & Testing of Fire Alarm Bell/Sounder --
5 Service & Testing of Fire Extinguishers Dry Powder/C02 --
6 Service & Testing of Fire Hose reel --
7 Service & Testing of Emergency light & Exit light --
8 Service & Testing of Fire Pump --
9 Service & Testing of Sprinkler --
10 Service & Testing of Central Battery System --
11 Service & Testing of Heat Detectors --

    Scope of work:

  • Fire Alarm System Control Panel will be checked & all the functions will be tested.
  • Smoke & Heat Detectors. Manual Call Points & Fire Alarms will be cleaned and tested if required.
  • Smoke Detectors tested by aerosol spray tester.
  • Software expenses including hardware items are beyond the scope of maintenance contract and to be met by client. However, EVERSAFE will provide all support to rectify such troubles.
  • Any items are to be changed in Fire Alarm System etc. It will be charged extra.
  • The Fire Alarm & Fighting System will be maintained on a Quarterly basis and kept in fully operational condition at all times.
  • Fire extinguisher testing & servicing free of charge. If any refilling required then it will be charged extra.
  • Material replacement after your approval at your cost during AMC
  • Third party expenses like programming to be met by client.

Fire Alarm System Maintenance & Certification

Inspection Procedures for Sprinklers.
  • Inspect all fire department connections.
  • Inspect all flow switches.
  • Inspect all control valves and tamper switches.
  • Perform a main drain test on all risers noting static and residual water pressure.
  • Test alarms on sprinkler systems.
  • Inspect all dry pipe valves for proper air pressure, water pressure and priming water level. Trip test once a year.
  • Drain all low point drains on dry sprinkler systems.
  • Verify that the monitoring company receives signal of water flow supervisory devices

Inspection Procedures for Fire alarms.
  • Verify alarm initiating and indicating devices are functioning properly.
  • Verify system power supplies (including battery backups) are sufficient.
  • Clean detectors with compressed air.
  • Test functionality of detectors with test smoke.
  • Check every pull station in the facility for accessibility.
  • Verify points being monitored are correct (if the facility has a remote annunciator).
  • Verify signal reached the monitoring company's office (if the system is monitored).
Fire Pumps

A fire pump is a vital part to a sprinkler system's water supply. The pump intake is either connected to the public underground water supply piping, or a static water source (e.g., tank, reservoir, lake). The pump provides water flow at a higher pressure to the sprinkler system risers and hose standpipes

Jockey Pump

A jockey pump is a small pump connected to a fire sprinkler system and is intended to maintain pressure in a fire protection piping system to an artificially high level so that the operation of a single fire sprinkler will cause an appreciable pressure drop which will be easily sensed by the fire pump automatic controller, causing the fire pump to start.

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