- What We Do -
Pressure Test is a specialist, Wokingham based UK supplier of room integrity testing for organisations with gaseous fire suppression systems. Our skilled and reliable engineers use the latest software to generate reliable, high quality results.
We are experienced in the fire protection industry operating on a national basis and our (experienced) staff have the necessary knowledge and skill set to test, maintain and carry out remedial works on all types of enclosures protected by gaseous fire suppression systems. Pressure Test has a tremendous amount of experience in testing enclosures of all types and sizes, ranging from computer rooms, control centres and data storage rooms, to turbine halls, generator rooms and disaster recovery suites.
Pressure Test can provide the necessary room Integrity testing in accordance with the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and British Standards EN 15004-1 2008. We can also carry out remedial works, offer a bespoke consultancy service and use leading-edge technology when conducting all work.
Should your enclosure fail its integrity test, your insurance position may be compromised. If practically possible, Pressure Test can undertake remedial work to rectify faults and ensure the enclosure passes when re-tested. In some cases our engineers may be able to carry out the necessary remedial works at the time of the initial fail result, and a re-test can be conducted during the same site visit. Some enclosures may also need pressure relief to prevent the likelihood of structural damage occurring.
Pressure Test’s engineers have over 20 years experience and offer a bespoke consultancy service to aid our clients that require specialist help to design an effective fire suppression system.
If you are responsible for enclosures that are protected by a gaseous fire suppression system; you are legally required to hold a valid integrity test certificate. Examples of such enclosures are operations or control rooms that house electrical equipment such as data storage devices, computers, electronic archives, control systems and generators.