When used properly, fire extinguishers can save lives and property by suppressing the small fires in your Riverside building while you wait for additional help to arrive. If you need assistance in choosing a fire extinguisher, or if you need fire extinguisher inspection, service or training, call National Fire Protection Test and Inspect today!
Business owners often have a lot of questions about fire extinguishers – what size and type do I need? How many fire extinguishers should I get, and where should I put them all? Let National Fire Protection Test and Inspect’s licensed technicians and knowledgeable staff help you choose the correct size, number and type of extinguishers specifically for your Riverside location. We can save you money by strategically installing new portable fire extinguishers while abiding by fire code requirements.
Do you need standard ABC fire extinguishers for your office building? How about a special class D fire extinguisher for your chemical laboratory? A K-Guard kitchen class fire extinguisher? Whatever your fire extinguisher needs are, National Fire Protection Test and Inspect has you covered!
We Train Your People
It’s one thing to own a fire extinguisher – it’s another thing entirely to know how to use it! To extinguish a fire with a portable extinguisher, a person must be able to access the fire extinguisher, know how to activate the unit and know how to apply the agent effectively – all in the span of just a few seconds. National Fire Protection Test and Inspect can provide comprehensive onsite training for your group of employees to properly and safely use portable fire extinguishers.
We keep your fire extinguishers serviced so they will be ready when you need them. We perform routine fire extinguisher inspection, testing and maintenance. All of our portable extinguisher technicians are trained, tested and licensed to service and recharge portable fire extinguishers.
The NFPA 10 and your local jurisdiction require fire extinguisher inspections.
The fire extinguisher is broken down and checked for damage. The “O” ring and gaskets are replaced and the extinguisher is recharged.
Every 12 years the fire extinguisher is broken down and emptied. The cylinder is tested for defects. If the cylinder passes it is recharged with new chemical and put back in service. (Required every 5 years for CO2, Water and K Class fire extinguishers.) National Fire Protection Test and Inspect Fire professionals are ready to support your Riverside organization’s fire protection systems and service requests 24 hours a day. Call now for more information about fire extinguishers.