Fire Pump Repair & Inspection in the Pennsylvania Area
As the most crucial aspect of any fire sprinkler system that requires it, the fire pump should be carefully inspected and tested on a consistent basis. Liberty Fire Solutions is your leading provider of fire protection services, offering comprehensive system inspections, testing, and maintenance services.
As an experienced fire safety team with over 40 years of experience in the industry, our inspections conform to all regulations set forth by the NFPA and follow all Pennsylvania state and local Central Pennsylvania codes.
Fire Pump Repairs & Inspections
All fire pump testing inspection services are required to follow NFPA standards—more specifically, NFPA 25: Standard for the Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems. These requirements include weekly testing, monthly testing, quarterly inspections, annual fire pump inspection, and more. What precisely your fire pump needs in order to remain effective and code-compliant is dependent upon a variety of factors, including the age of the system and the type of sprinkler equipment your business utilizes.
At Liberty Fire Solutions, we strive to provide our clients with comprehensive, customized fire pump testing and inspection services.
Our fire pump repairs and inspections include all of the following, and much more:
- Inspecting fire pump shaft alignment
- Water flow testing
- Circulation relief valve inspection
- Jockey pump inspection
- Checking for signs of corrosion on critical components
- Engine oil check
Do you need to set up a fire pump repair and inspection plan? Contact Liberty Fire Solutions now!
Complete Fire Pump Maintenance
Because of how vital fire pump systems are for commercial buildings or businesses that lack appropriate water pressure to run a sprinkler system, regular maintenance is very important. Should your fire pump wear down or become damaged, you basically don’t have working sprinklers!
In addition to complete fire pump testing, Liberty Fire Solutions is also your leading choice for complete fire pump maintenance! Inspections serve to ensure your fire pump is in proper working condition, while routine maintenance services provide the lubrication and system optimizations your fire pump needs in order to perform optimally under a fire emergency condition.
Contact Liberty Fire Solutions to schedule quarterly or semiannual fire pump maintenance today.
Benefits of Fire Pump Inspection
The purpose of fire pump maintenance testing is:
- To ensure your fire pumps are running as efficiently as possible
- To reduce downtime
- To reduce equipment costs by extending the life of the equipment
- To ensure that your fire pumps are not being neglected
Why Choose Liberty Fire Solutions?
Fire Pump Repairs & Inspections in Central Pennsylvania
Liberty Fire Solutions is your complete provider of fire pump services, fire sprinkler services, and fire protection solutions. We carry 40 years of experience in the industry and are backed by a team of licensed, trained fire protection specialists.
Frequently Asked Questions
What does a fire pump do?
A fire pump increases the pressure coming from your water source to the rate that is required by your fire sprinkler system to respond in the event of a fire. There are different pump sizes that raise the pressure to different rates depending on the size of the fire sprinkler system.
What does a fire pump test include?
In annual fire pump inspections and tests, our fire protection team will carefully check all of the necessary lines and incoming voltage. They will check for internal problems with the pump and ensure that it’s performing to its design standards. A flow test will also be performed, at 100% and 150% of the pump’s rated value to ensure that the fire pump can meet the system demand.
Areas We Serve
Liberty Fire Solutions is proud to serve Central Pennsylvania, including Altoona, Bedford, Bellefonte, Claysburg, Clearfield, Cumberland, DuBois, Ebensburg, Hollidaysburg, Huntingdon, Indiana, Johnstown, Lewistown, Martinsburg, Mount Union, Philipsburg, Roaring Spring, Somerset, State College, and Williamsburg.