Inert Gas Suppression System Room Integrity Testing
Most Inert gas systems such as Inergen, IG55 and IG541 systems operate as total-flood applications. This means that an Inert System is calculated to work on the provision that the risk enclosure is ‘sealed’ to an acceptable level. Without this assurance of an adequate room seal; no Inert suppression system is guaranteed to operate correctly in a live situation. Each enclosure containing an Inert system should be subject to an annual room integrity test to comply with the relevant standard.
Gielle does not only design, supply and install some of the most technically advanced fire suppression systems available, we also test and maintain equipment to check your system is capable of responding to a fire emergency.