Fire Extinguisher Installation
Keep your business safe with our expert fire extinguisher installation services. We provide comprehensive site surveys and FIA-certified technicians to ensure that your fire safety equipment is up-to-date and compliant.
ClearView Fire Extinguishers Installation Services
We help businesses and organisations ensure their property and people are safe whilst remaining compliant. Our fire extinguisher installation and commission service enable you to ensure you meet regulatory guidance.
Prior to any installation, we consistently perform a comprehensive site survey to ensure adherence to BS 5306-3:2017 standards. The purpose of this survey is to guarantee that we suggest the appropriate type and quantity of fire extinguishers for your property.
During the site survey, our technician will accomplish the following:
- Calculate the number of extinguishers necessary to adequately cover the entire site.
- Identify potential fire hazards.
- Assign the appropriate fire extinguisher to address each fire hazard.
- Verify that the extinguishers are in visible locations and can be accessed without any danger.
- Suggest the necessary extinguisher signage, if applicable.
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Fire Extinguisher Commissioning: Ensuring Safety and Compliance
When it comes to fire safety, it’s essential to ensure that your fire extinguishers are in good condition and comply with relevant standards. At ClearView, we offer professional extinguisher commissioning services to ensure that your fire extinguishers are fit for purpose and compliant with BS 5306-3 regulations.
Our FIA-Certified technicians conduct a thorough sequence of commissioning actions that adheres to BS 5306-3, including attaching the discharge nozzle, checking the tamper device, pressure gauge needle, and physical damage, and weighing the extinguisher. Once the checks are completed, we issue a fire extinguisher commission certificate to give you the peace of mind that your extinguishers are ready to use in case of an emergency.
Fire Extinguisher Installation: Safe and Accessible
Proper installation of your fire extinguishers is crucial to ensure that they are easily accessible and quickly put into use in case of a fire. Our technicians will safely transport and install your extinguishers in the locations identified during the site survey.
According to the guidance from BS 5306-3: 2017, there are two ways to install fire extinguishers:
Wall-mounted: Extinguishers should be securely fitted to wall brackets, with the carrying handle placed 1 metre from the floor. For extinguishers under 4kg, the handle should be 1.5 meters from the floor.
Fire Extinguisher Stands: If wall-mounting is impractical, we can use fire extinguisher stands. Extinguishers should be placed within recessed housing or cabinets to avoid accidental damage and floor clutter.
We ensure that your fire extinguishers are always in a prominent position and accessible, meeting all the relevant standards for your peace of mind.
You can rely on us
Our FIA-certified technicians have the necessary expertise and experience to provide bespoke solutions to meet your business needs. We ensure that all installations comply with British Standards BS 5306-3:2017, so you can trust that your business is fully protected.
Flexible Installation Options
We offer flexible installation options, including wall-mounted and fire extinguisher stands, tailored to your business needs. Our technicians locate suitable positions for your extinguishers during a site survey, ensuring that they are always in a prominent position and easily accessible.
Comprehensive Site Surveys
Our technicians conduct comprehensive site surveys to identify potential fire hazards and calculate the number of extinguishers required for suitable coverage across your premises. This ensures that your business is fully protected and compliant with relevant regulations.
Regular Maintenance Plans
We provide regular maintenance plans to ensure that your fire extinguishers are always up-to-date and compliant with regulations. Our FIA-certified technicians conduct thorough inspections and maintenance activities, including visual inspections, testing, and refilling, to keep your extinguishers in top-notch condition.
Committed to Fire Safety
At ClearView, we are committed to providing a complete range of fire safety services to meet your specific needs and protect your business from fire hazards. Trust us to provide expert fire extinguisher installation and maintenance services, tailored to your business needs.
How many fire extinguishers do I need for my business?
The number of fire extinguishers required for your business depends on various factors, including the size of your premises, the type of building, the nature of the activities carried out, and the type of hazards present. At ClearView, we offer a comprehensive site survey to identify potential fire hazards and calculate the number of extinguishers required to provide suitable coverage across the site. According to UK BS5306-3:2017, it is recommended that every business should have at least two Class A extinguishers on each floor of the building
How should fire extinguishers be installed?
According to guidance from BS 5306-3:2017, fire extinguishers should be installed in two ways. For wall-mounted installation, extinguishers should be securely fitted to wall brackets, with the carrying handle placed 1 meter from the floor. For extinguishers under 4kg, the handle should be 1.5 meters from the floor. Alternatively, if wall-mounting is impractical, fire extinguisher stands can be used. Extinguishers should be placed within recessed housing or cabinets to avoid accidental damage and floor clutter. At ClearView, our professional technicians ensure that your fire extinguishers are installed in compliance with relevant standards and in a suitable location for quick and easy access.
How often do fire extinguishers need to be serviced and maintained?
Fire extinguishers should be serviced and maintained regularly to ensure that they function correctly in case of a fire. According to UK BS5306-3:2017, it is recommended that a ‘competent person’ completes an annual inspection of your fire extinguishers. At ClearView, we offer monthly, annual, and extended five-year service plans to cater to your specific needs. Our FIA-Certified technicians conduct thorough inspections and maintenance activities, including visual inspections, testing, and refilling, to keep your extinguishers in top-notch condition and compliant with relevant standards.
What types of fire extinguishers do I need for my business?
The types of fire extinguishers required for your business depend on the type of hazards present. Different types of fires require different types of extinguishers. At ClearView, we offer expert advice and guidance on the appropriate type and quantity of fire extinguishers required for your business. Our professional technicians conduct a comprehensive site survey to identify potential fire hazards and recommend the correct type of extinguishers and blankets necessary to comply with British Standards BS 5306-3:2017. We ensure that your business is fully protected with the appropriate fire extinguishers, tailored to your specific needs.
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