AMSL Group's team of experienced engineers carries out room integrity testing to the required NFPA 2001 & ISO 14520 methodologies. A room integrity test is an essential practice to determine the full working function and suitability of any working fire suppression system within the confines of an enclosed room or similar type enclosure that requires the suppression of fire.
We test all types and sizes of enclosure, from server rooms in offices to gas-turbine halls in power stations. In each case we carry out the initial volumetric calculations and use calibrated Retrotec test fan systems
The use of gaseous fire extinguishing systems to provide protection for computer and plant rooms is all but essential, given the consequences of fire damage and downtime for such critical equipment. For a fire suppression system to work, the room must have sufficient integrity to retain an extinguishing concentration for a specified period after discharge. Failure to do so and the fire reignites.