For a broad fire suppression system, wet and dry sprinklers are popular, being found in manufacturing, offices, warehouses, hospitals, schools, etc. Though common, they do not deserve common treatment which is why our sprinkler team is NICET certified. By ensuring your system is properly installed, inspected, and maintained by Marmic Fire & Safety your property and workers are receiving uncommon protection. If emergencies arise such as bursting pipes or overheating compressors, our team members are available to answer your call 24-7.
The only sign of a sprinkler system most people will ever see is the sprinkler head. These may seem like simple parts, easily replaced, but planning and design goes into each of them to determine their characteristics such as spray direction, clearance, coverage area, temperature rating, and pressure rating. Only professionals such as our service technicians should replace them.
Another rarely noticed but important component of a sprinkler system is the backflow preventer, a device that prevents water in the sprinkler system from flowing back into the water main. Sprinkler pipes of any kind corrode over time, contaminating its internal water which could leak if the preventer is not functioning properly. Regular inspection and maintenance of the backflow device is required by cities, municipalities, and water districts for your health, preventing nasty sprinkler water from polluting your next glass of ice tea....or your neighbor’s, or worse...Fido's water bowl.