Room Integrity Testing

The effectiveness of a total flood gas suppression system  is reliant on the integrity of the room. A room integrity test works by creating pressure within the room or enclosure where the fire suppression system is installed.

The test then measures the integrity of the room to ensure the gas does not dissipate too quickly before being able to extinguish the fire.

Room Integrity Testing measures air leakage from a room or space.

If the room passes the test it will effectively trap the fire suppression medium within the space long enough to effectively extinguish the fire.

Create positive pressure within the room or space.
Measure air leakage from the room.
Room passes test to prove it will hold enough suppression medium to suppress, then extinguish a fire.

All  data is fed back into our rapid data asset capture platform.