Dry & Wet Riser Testing and Maintenance Dry and wet risers are fixed fire fighting systems, used by the Fire Service in the event of a fire, and it is crucial that these systems are in good working order at all times. In 2015, the legislation for the testing of dry risers was updated – to BS 9990:2015. Adena Fire are able to meet the new requirements, and in particular, the new testing requirement for the hydraulic pressure to be increased to 12 bar. We have unrivalled experience in the testing and maintenance of these systems – all of our engineers are experienced Fire Service personnel – so who better to do this than those of us who have real hands-on experience in using risers to put fires out Download – Dry & Wet Riser Service Information Dry Risers Dry risers have outlets are a system of valves and pipework up the side of a building, where water can be pumped through to fire hoses which can be attached on each level of the building, to deliver to a fire located on that level. They are generally found in buildings that are generally over 18 metres in height. Why do you need to test and maintain it? BS 9990:2015 – requires that dry rising mains are visually inspected every six months and that wet-pressure tests are conducted annually. In addition, Adena Fire are able to test private fire hydrants to ensure that they are working effectively to serve your building’s dry risers, where necessary. Wet Risers Wet risers are similar systems to dry risers, but are permanently charged with water and are generally found in buildings over 50 metres in height. Why do you need to test and maintain it? BS 9990:2015 requires that wet rising mains are visually inspected every six months. The pumps must also be tested and serviced on an annual basis, in addition to conducting pressure and flow tests. It is imperative that all risers are tested and maintained on a regular basis to ensure that they are ready for use by the Fire Service at all times. We don’t just test it, we can also fix it In addition to the testing services we offer, Adena Fire engineers are able to rectify any defects or remedial work required to the dry riser in question. Unlike many suppliers, we provide a clear pricing for testing and maintenance of risers and hydrants, with no hidden extras. If you would like to discuss your requirements and would like a quote, please contact us on 0845 6432 999 or click on the link below to complete the form on the Contact Us page. Contact Us

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Dry & Wet Riser Testing and Maintenance

Dry and wet risers are fixed fire fighting systems, used by the Fire Service in the event of a fire, and it is crucial that these systems are in good working order at all times.

In 2015, the legislation for the testing of dry risers was updated – to BS 9990:2015. Adena Fire are able to meet the new requirements, and in particular, the new testing requirement for the hydraulic pressure to be increased to 12 bar.

We have unrivalled experience in the testing and maintenance of these systems – all of our engineers are experienced Fire Service personnel – so who better to do this than those of us who have real hands-on experience in using risers to put fires out

Dry Risers

Dry risers have outlets are a system of valves and pipework up the side of a building, where water can be pumped through to fire hoses which can be attached on each level of the building, to deliver to a fire located on that level. They are generally found in buildings that are generally over 18 metres in height.

Why do you need to test and maintain it?

BS 9990:2015 – requires that dry rising mains are visually inspected every six months and that wet-pressure tests are conducted annually. In addition, Adena Fire are able to test private fire hydrants to ensure that they are working effectively to serve your building’s dry risers, where necessary.

Wet Risers

Wet risers are similar systems to dry risers, but are permanently charged with water and are generally found in buildings over 50 metres in height.

Why do you need to test and maintain it?

BS 9990:2015 requires that wet rising mains are visually inspected every six months. The pumps must also be tested and serviced on an annual basis, in addition to conducting pressure and flow tests. It is imperative that all risers are tested and maintained on a regular basis to ensure that they are ready for use by the Fire Service at all times.

We don’t just test it, we can also fix it

In addition to the testing services we offer, Adena Fire engineers are able to rectify any defects or remedial work required to the dry riser in question. Unlike many suppliers, we provide a clear pricing for testing and maintenance of risers and hydrants, with no hidden extras. If you would like to discuss your requirements and would like a quote, please contact us on 0845 6432 999 or click on the link below to complete the form on the Contact Us page.