Fire Suppression systems are the last line of defense once a fire breaks out in a building or structure. These piping systems stay dormant and are tested periodically to ensure the system will be operational in an emergency situation. During this testing period, issues can arise, including leaks, corrosion or tuberculation, leaving those who are charged with maintenancing these systems with some hard decisions about whether to repair the pipes, replace them, or completely repipe the system.
Replacing, repairing or repiping is not always an option, since some pipes are located behind or inside concrete.
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