Standard for the Installation of Stationary Pumps for Fire Protection
Many local governments have adopted NFPA standards and codes. Safety, building and fire code enforcement inspectors in Bakersfield may make reference to which standards and codes are violated if your installed fire sprinkler system is malfunctioning, inoperable or failing tests.
If you receive a violation from safety, building and/or fire code enforcement officers contact an actively licensed fire sprinkler company in Bakersfield to immediately correct, repair, replace and remedy the violations received. You may receive a certificate to certify that your fire sprinkler system is fully operational and in a state of readiness upon completion of any services performed.
“1.1* Scope. 1.1.1 This standard deals with the selection and installation of pumps supplying liquid for private fire protection. 1.1.2 The scope of this document shall include liquid supplies; suction, discharge, and auxiliary equipment; power supplies, including power supply arrangements; electric drive and control; diesel engine drive and control; steam turbine drive and control; and acceptance tests and operation. 1.1.3 This standard does not cover system liquid supply capacity and pressure requirements, nor does it cover requirements for periodic inspection, testing, and maintenance of fire pump systems. 1.1.4 This standard does not cover the requirements for installation wiring of fire pump units.”