Commissioning is much more than simply testing the system.
Commissioning Fire Safety Systems to demonstrate they meet the design requirements and gain approval from the relevant authorities can be a difficult task. Let Be Safe Direct help your installation achieve approval by instructing us to commission the installation.
Be Safe Direct boasts a team of in-house engineers available to test and commission fire safety system prior to client handover. Our fully trained engineers will undertake the required demonstrations and test the system to fully satisfy all relevant authorities.
We work closely with the relevant regulatory boards and keep up to date on the specific guidelines to ensure the products we supply are optimised to meet regulation, when used in an installation. Our experience has given us a clear understanding of the commissioning process to British Standards(BS5839-1 and BS5839-6).
Our commissioning service not only tests the system but also provides a quality assurance that verifies the system will perform as intended. We have implemented a clear and systematic process for commissioning that ultimately provides documented confirmation that the system will operate as designed.
If instructed early enough our commissioning service will begin at the design stage and see the project through to completion and into the warranty period, also including an evaluation of Operation & Maintenance (O&M). It’s our duty to ensure that the system meets the owners needs and will provide efficient, reliable operation throughout the intended service life.
Our complete commissioning service entails:
Analysis of the design intent
Periodic inspections of the fire safety system
Witnessing and documentation of testing
Verification of system performance
Review of completion documents including O&M manuals
Assisting in training of personnel
Contact Be Safe Direct today and find out more about our methodical approach to commissioning your system.
The extraction of smoke and heat build up in any building can often be a difficult task to overcome. However, the inclusion of window automation systems can provide a simple ventilation system that meets with Building Regulations.
When creating a smoke ventilation system, natural ventilation provides a simple, reliable solution, with low noise and energy usage. The use of windows as natural smoke vents is a popular choice, as they are often already included in a building’s design, and can increase the amount of natural light in an area, which wouldn’t be possible when using dedicated vents. But what is the 'free area' and how is it calculated?
When it comes to specifying, installing and maintaining fire systems, it is important to remember the purpose and importance of smoke ventilation. This mini-guide looks at the options and professional support available when it comes to smoke ventilation specification.
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