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Routine Testing 

Routine Testing

It makes sense to regularly check your Fire protection equipment to ensure it will be ready when called on in an emergency.

For peace of mind and for compliance with New Zealand code requirements Argus Fire protection offers routine testing and maintenance service to ensure both that the systems will operate correctly when needed and comply with the relevant codes and standards. Service is offered for the following systems types:

  • Fire hose reels and extinguishers
  • Fire alarm systems
  • Hydrant systems
  • Fire sprinkler systems.
  • Preaction sprinkler systems
  • Deluge systems
  • Dry systems
  • Anti-freeze systems
  • Foam systems
  • Gaseous fire suppression systems
  • Emergency lighting systems
  • Restaurant systems
  • Vehicle suppression systems

In addition to the above standard systems our service and engineering team are able to work with you to develop appropriate testing and maintenance regimes to suit other specialist installations.

Argus are able to provide you with an economical packaged service proposal for any combination of systems to suit your needs.

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IQP Services

Argus Fire Protection offers a range of IQP services and specialises in providing a "one stop shop" for all our clients. We value the importance of client relationships and by having the one company looking after all IQP services, reduces the stress and inconvenience caused for clients by having to deal with different people from numerous companies.
IQP services Argus provides include:

Building Warrant of Fitness

Inspections and Issue

Form 12A Certificates

Inspections and Issue

Fire Sprinkler

Testing and Maintenance

Fire Alarm

Testing and Maintenance

Special Hazards

Testing and Maintenance

Emergency Lighting

Testing and Maintenance

Fire Extinguisher & Hose Reels

Inspections and Maintenance

Backflow Prevention

Testing and Maintenance

Automatic Doors

Testing and Maintenance

Means of Escape

Inspections

Safety Barriers

Inspections

Signs

Inspections

Access for Disabled

Inspections and Issue

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