Do you currently use a Halon fire suppression system to protect your New Jersey, Delaware or Philadelphia office building from fire? While scientific evidence from the late 1980s determined that Halon is an ozone depleting substance, and in accordance with the Clean Air Act of 1994, no new Halon is being produced. However, it is legal to still own and operate a Halon fire suppression system if you already have one installed. If you want your Halon fire suppression system inspected, repaired, recharged or replaced, call Confires Fire Protection Services today.
Halon Fire Suppression System Inspection
Because Halon depletes the ozone layer, the EPA requires strict conformity with NFPA standards on Halon fire suppression systems inspection and maintenance. NFPA 12A standards require that all 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 five percent loss in net weight or a 10 percent drop in pressure, the system must be refilled or replaced.
Halon Fire Suppression System Repair
If you need repairs done on your existing Halon fire suppression system, call Confires Fire Protection Services. Our certified trained fire suppression system technicians can service and repair your Halon system to make sure your building is always kept safe from fire.
Halon Fire Suppression System Recharge
Even though no new Halon is being manufactured, there is still a large supply of existing recycled Halon that can be used to recharge your system in the event of a discharge. For all of your Halon fire suppression system recharge needs, call Confires Fire Protection Services today.
Halon Fire Suppression System Removal
At this point, you are not legally required to remove your Halon fire suppression system from use. However, the EPA highly recommends doing so and replacing your system with a more environmentally friendly option.
Confires Fire Protection Services can remove your Halon system from your building and can recycle any remaining Halon you had on hand. Newer agents were developed to replace Halon and if you find that the area you have protected by Halon has to be modified or enlarged, Confires can work with you on implementing a solution utilizing FM-200. (Newer Clean Agent that is an approved replacement)
If you have a Halon fire suppression system in your office building and want to have it inspected, repaired, recharged or removed, call Confires Fire Protection Services today. Our certified trained technicians can service your Halon fire suppression system and make sure your New Jersey, Delaware or Philadelphia building is always protected from fire.
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