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The Truths and Challenges of Antifreeze Loops and Systems

If your building has an area that regularly gets below freeze point (32 degrees Fahrenheit/0 degrees Celsius), a water-filled sprinkler system can’t always keep you safe because these wet systems are susceptible to freezing, causing damages to the sprinkler piping. Taking a cue from car manufacturers, antifreeze systems were developed using propylene glycol or glycerin […]

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Tales from the Field – Continued!

From Chuck Stewart, one of Integrity’s most senior fire alarm technicians: “I’ve been in this industry for several years and one of the odd challenges we come up against every now and then is ‘the chirp’. When a building’s tenant reports that annoying chirp you usually hear from smoke detectors, we have to hunt those […]

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Basic Fire Extinguisher Inspections You Can Do Yourself

The Annual “Full-Monty” Remember, the National Fire Protection Association code requires an annual inspection of fire extinguishers by a licensed fire protection company. Integrity Fire Safety Services knows the NFPA code as well as you know your own address, plus all other applicable federal, Colorado and local Fire Departments’ codes. Our team has many years’ […]

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Stories from the Field: Never Postpone Your Maintenance

“One of the worst scenarios I’ve ever seen was when we found a dry valve with no air pressure on the topside of valve, but 100 psi of water pressure on the bottom side of the valve. The property management team had not tested the dry valve in years and the clapper was rusted shut, […]

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