Bay Line Fire Protection has received the Fire Suppression Certification from the State of Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Growth Bureau of Fire Services for the following areas:
– Pre-Engineered Clean Agent Suppression System
– Custom Designed Foam Systems
– Pre-Engineered Foam Systems
– Custom Designed, Water-Based Sprinkler Systems, Including Underground Water Supply
– Custom Designed Water Spray or Water Mist Systems
– Water Reservoir (Aboveground)
– Water Reservoir (Underground)
– Custom Designed Pressure Tank Water Supply
– Engineered Pump Pressure Supply
Certification Number: S-0108
NFPA Certified Guidelines
Repair & Maintenance
To ensure that your fire protection system will function properly in an emergency situation, periodic inspections, testing, and maintenance of all systems is vital. Bay Line Fire Protection in on call 24 hours a day to provide emergency services, and will respond to all maintenance needs within 12 hours of your call.
Bay Line Fire Protection holds both a State Mechanical Contractor and State Fire licenses, as well a many other required education certifications.
Type of System
Sprinkler System Definitions
The National Fire Protection Association Journal of Standards places the responsibility of sprinkler system inspection and maintenance on a building’s owner. Bay Line Fire Protection is widely considered an industry leader with over 47 years of experience in fabricating, installing, maintaining, and certifying fire protection systems. We perform quarterly, semi-annual, and annual inspections to help building owners comply with the regulatory requirement.
-Correct number of spare sprinklers -and wrenches
-Must also trip-test quick opening device separately from dry pipe valve
— Test water flow alarm via by-pass line
— Test low-air alarms, if provided
— Reset quick opening device and dry pipe valve after test per manufacturer instructions
— Full-flow trip test of dry pipe valve required every three years
In addition to visual inspection of piping, hangers, etc., dry systems require every five years visual inspection of interior of piping to check for corrosion. If corrosion in severe, recommend flushing of entire system to owner.