When recently conducting a survey at a multi-storey commercial building in Sydney, it was discovered that the automatic fire sprinkler system’s storage tank had been compromised by heavy corrosion.

Fire Safe ANZ technicians were recently carrying out testing at a car park in Sydney’s North when they came across a hose reel that could not be released due the hose being caught behind the reel.

Fire Safe ANZ recently hosted a workshop for insurance brokers regarding fire protection systems and the related Australian Standards at the North Sydney Harbourview Hotel.

When recently conducting a survey at a multi-storey commercial building in Sydney, it was discovered that the automatic fire sprinkler system’s storage tank had been compromised by heavy corrosion.

In a recent article, we outlined how a submersible Remote Operated Vehicle (R.O.V.) was recently used at a Sydney site to safely and efficiently conduct a sprinkler tank inspection.

In the past, conducting internal routine inspections and cleaning fire hydrant and sprinkler storage tanks involved either draining or having commercially qualified divers swim within the tank.