Fire Protection Tanks

Ron Perrin is a member of the National Fire Prevention Association.

According to the National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA) fire prevention tanks should be inspected inside and out at least every 5 years. Ron Perrin is a registered member of the National Fire Prevention Association.

NFPA is recognized throughout the world as the leading authoritative source of technical background, data, and consumer advice on the fire problem and fire protection and prevention.

NFPA is recognized throughout the world as the leading authoritative source of technical background, data, and consumer advice on the fire problem and fire protection and prevention.

We inspect your fire protection tanks while they remain full of water.  Using underwater cameras you get the most information at the least cost, and best of all your fire protection is never compromised.

CLEANING FIRE PROTECTION TANKS –

Cleaning fire protection tanks may be more important than you think, over time

sediment builds up on the floor of most tanks, some a lot worse than others.

A thorough inspection that utilizes an underwater camera can determine if there is

enough sediment on the floor of a tank to be a hazard.

More and more safety managers are realizing the importance of keeping FIRE PROTECTION water storage tanks clean.  A few inches of sediment on the floor of the tank can have catastrophic consequences if the rapid use of stored water pulls the sediment into the line and clogs sprinkler heads.

Call 888-481-1768 for a free quote

Visit: www.ronperrin.com  for more information.

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