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mcl fire dry riser services
It is vital that Dry Risers are well maintained and fully operational. Unfortunately they are often neglected, or vandalised, with their glass security doors broken and the important valves inside damaged or inoperable. So it is essential to have the system checked on a regular basis, to ensure it can deliver high pressure water to the right location, should a fire break out.
What we offer
Testing, Servicing, and Support
The Importance of Riser Systems
A rising main is a system of pipework and valves intended for use by the Fire Service, allowing the easy delivery of water to all floors within a high rise building. Eliminating the delays caused by firefighters having to drag fully charged hoses throughout tall buildings – they are a vital lifesaving solution. Usually fitted within a cabinet on each floor, they can either be permanently filled with water (Wet Riser) or left dry (Dry Riser)
Experienced and dedicated engineers
Over 40 years within the fire protection field
- Knowledge of current legislation on dry risers
- 24 Hour call out options
How Do The MCL Team Test, Service and Support Throughout This?
Testing of Risers
Wet and Dry Risers are often prone to neglect or vandalism resulting in damage / leaks which can cause the system to fail. In addition to the damage that leaks can cause to a building, there can be severe penalties should the system fail to operate correctly for the Fire Service. BS 5306 Part 1 – 1976 recommends Dry Risers are visually inspected every 6 months with a pressure test annually.
BS 5306 Part 1 – 1976 also recommends that Wet Risers receive a visual inspection every six months, have two electric pump inspection services each year and also at least one flow test per annum (if applicable).
servicing of risers
ML service and maintenance of Wet and Dry Riser systems includes:
Full comprehensive pressurised operating test of Dry Riser System
Full comprehensive flow test of Wet Riser System
Comprehensive check of general condition of Rising Main System
Check to confirm Inlets / Outlets are in good working condition and are free from damage
Drain Dry Riser upon completion of test
Check to confirm cabinet doors and glass fronts are intact and free from damage
Ensure appropriate signs are in place and are free from damage
Issue a Certificate of Inspection for your equipment and premises