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12 - 01 - 2017

Dry Riser testing to NFPA standards

Dry Riser testing to NFPA standards

The testing team were at USAF Lakenheath today carrying out a 200PSI, (13.8 Bar), two hour soak test to the NFPA standards as requested by the client. With the system being around thirty years old, the original valves failed at 6 Bar which was no real surprise. These together with the aging Air Release valve were replaced and Bingo, two hours later, success!

200 PSI 13.8 Bar reading

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