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FC 403, Standard for Fire Sprinkler Systems, November 1994

13. Inspection, Testing and Maintenance

13.1 General
  1. The inspection, testing and maintenance of sprinkler systems shall be in accordance with the appropriate sections of the NFC.

  2.  
  3. The inspection, testing and maintenance of sprinkler system shall be the responsibility of the custodian department and agency responsible for the administration of the property, except as stipulated in (c).

  4.  
  5. In the case of leased property, the tenant department and agency shall ensure that the inspection, testing and maintenance of sprinkler systems is carried out in accordance with the requirements of this standard.

  6.  
  7. The inspection, testing and maintenance of sprinkler system shall be carried out either by qualified staff or by means of a service contract with the manufacturer or a qualified contractor.

  8.  
  9. Immediate action shall be taken to have all faults noted during the inspection, testing and maintenance procedures corrected with the minimum possible delay.

  10.  
  11. A record of all inspection, testing and maintenance procedures shall be retained during the required time interval between the inspections, maintenance procedures or tests, or for least 2 years, whichever is greater. 
13.2 Impairment and Interruption
  1. Sprinkler systems and water supplies shall not be shut down, disconnected or otherwise impaired without giving prior notification to the administrative official.

  2.  
  3. Should the sprinkler system shut-off period exceed 24 h, the FC shall be notified. 
13.3 Pressure Tanks
  1. Pressure tanks shall be examined as often as required by the local provincial pressure vessel authority, but at least every 2 years for sediment accumulations and for corrosion. Corroded iron or steel work shall be scraped and repainted as necessary. Accumulations of sediment shall be removed.

  2.  
  3. Relief valves on the air and water supply lines shall be checked weekly. 
 
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