For Emergency
Service, Call
Contact us To Get a Quote


Anchor Fire Protection Co. ensures your safety long after the system has been installed, with regular safety inspections to insure your system is working properly and at peak efficiency, and will continue to do so, quarter after quarter and year after year.


All Fire Sprinkler Systems:

  • Tag each control valve with a record of the date the valve was sealed or locked
  • Tag each alarm, dry pipe, pre-action & deluge valve with records of the date and information for any maintenance performed on that valve.
  • Test all flow & tamper devices
  • Verify that alarms were received at the monitoring center
  • Manually operate all control valves
  • Flow test / main drain test
  • Dry Pipe Systems:
  • Test low air pressure alarm
  • Check priming water level
  • Drain Low Points
  • Fire Pumps
  • Perform Fire Pump CHURN Test
  • Check for proper operation of jockey pump
  • Check for proper operation of controllers


  • Inspect ALL sprinkler heads to insure they are free of
  • Corrosion
  • Obstructions to spray pattern
  • Foreign materials (i.e., paint)
  • Physical damage
  • Inspect ALL sprinkler piping to insure it is
  • In good condition
  • Free of mechanical damage
  • Not Leaking
  • Not corroded
  • Not misaligned
  • Not subject to external loads
  • Inspect ALL pipe hangers & seismic braces to insure that they are
  • Not damaged
  • Not corroded
  • Dry Pipe Systems
  • Trip test the dry pipe alarm
  • Internally inspect the dry pipe valve – to verify that all components operate properly, move freely and are in good condition
  • Test the air pressure maintenance device
  • Wet Pipe Systems
  • Lubricate all valve stems & fire department connections
  • Fire Pumps
  • Perform full flow operational test
Our Affiliates & Certifications