Clean Agent Systems
Code and Maintenance Requirements
Clean Agent Fire Suppression systems and Halon Fire Suppression systems are required to be maintained in operable condition at all times. Additionally, they are required to be inspected semi-annually and annually, with a report produced in accordance with NFPA-2001 or NFPA-12A standards, and a record tag permanently attached to each cylinder. Please contact our office for more information on the maintenance requirements of your specific equipment.
As these systems are a combination of fire alarm system and fixed chemical fire suppression system, Pyrene Fire Security Manitoba employs only CFAA registered technicians and Journeymen Sprinkler & Fire Protection Installers, and insists all personnel be a City of Winnipeg Fire Protection/Life Safety Licensed Service Person. Additionally, all technicians servicing halons hold their M.O.P.I.A. certification. Factory-training and support round out our service personnel abilities. We have multiple clean agent/halon service personnel ready to respond to your service request 24 hours a day.
Even though we service all makes and models, Pyrene Fire Security Manitoba is proud to offer the Mircom and Janus product lines. We are pleased to work with building owners and general contractors on the design, supply and installation of new clean agent systems. The verification of new installations is a Pyrene Fire Security Manitoba specialty.