As part of its commitment to providing customers with a
total fire safety package, GIELLE Fire Engineering offers a
range of professionally managed and executed servicing and
These are available to cover all of
the systems installed by GIELLE including FM-200, CO2 and
Argonite as well as Ansul R-102 kitchen fire suppression,
Halon 1301 and 1211.
Many of the system currently maintained by GIELLE were
originally installed by GIELLE. However, a significant
proportion are competitorsí systems; an impressive endorsement
to the expertise of the GIELLE maintenance engineers.
The ISO 9001 accredited company also undertakes room
integrity testing of gaseous extinguishing systems, using
the latest computer-aided technology. Further details of
this important service are included in the data sheet
entitled GIELLE Room Integrity Testing.
The force of
Such is the importance of regular servicing and
maintenance to ensure that fire fighting systems remain at
peak design performance, that certain maintenance activities
are now required by law. This includes the provisions of the
Pressure Vessels Act of 1989 and the Environmental
Protection Act, which insists that all Halon installations
are regularly tested for leaks by trained engineers.
The BFPSA Code of Practice for Gaseous Fire Fighting Systems
clearly sets out both the tasks that should be completed,
and the need for this work to be entrusted to competent and
experienced engineers. The work undertaken by GIELLE
naturally satisfies all of these demands, while additionally
complying with the equally important requirements of BS
5306: Part 5.1 relating to inspection, testing and
Service and maintenance contracts can be devised to meet
all of your obligations, comply with the relevant standards,
and suit the special characteristics of your installation.
Visits can be scheduled to take place during out-of-work
hours or factory shutdown periods.
All work is carried out in strict accordance with a method
statement submitted at the outset of the contract, and a
detailed Certificate of Inspection is issued, along with a
comprehensive written report, within 14 working days of a