Fire backflow preventers work to make sure that liquids do not flow in the opposite direction than intended. Water in sprinkler systems can easily become contaminated; this is acceptable when the water’s purpose is to extinguish fires, however, without a backflow preventer, that contaminated water can flow back into municipal or drinking water supplies. That said, it is important that your backflow preventer is in good shape to ensure your facility's safety.
Our Fire Backflow Preventer Services
Trust APFE as your go-to company for periodical check-ups and regularly scheduled maintenance. Our work is aligned with regulations and standards set by NFPA.
We are a certified fire protection company that can ensure your system is in full compliance with NFPA 25. Through a series of inspections and tests, we will guarantee that you are fully protected and your system is certified and tagged.
Give us a call and we can help you with every step of the fire sprinkler system retrofitting process. Our sales team will listen to your needs and administer the right upgrades to guarantee a proper and safe fire sprinkler system.