CAN ULC S536 PDF
CAN/ULC-S PERIODIC INSPECTIONS AND TEST – DAILY AND MONTHLY. NOTE: Refer to Appendix D for examples of Inspection and Test Record. SCOPE. This Standard provides requirements for the inspection and testing of fire alarm systems and specifies the devices and functions to be inspected. 1 SCOPE This Standard prescribes requirements for the inspection and testing of fire alarm systems and specifies the devices and functions.
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Description of ancillary equipment controlled by the fire alarm system. Minimum of one alarm zone and one supervisory zone tested per annunciator or sequential display to confirm operation. Audible and visual alert signals and alarm signals programmed and operate per Q design and specification, or documentation as detailed in Appendix E, Description of Fire Alarm Luc for Inspection and Test Procedures.
Testing Items Quarterly Water flow alarms passed test and provide correct annunciation? V Visual indicator test lamp test operates.
Fire Alarm System Inspection Services. Hose hydrostatic test dates are noted on page numbers: Power for s56 devices is taken from a source separate from the fire alarm system control unit or transponder power supply. Correct battery rating as determined by battery calculations based on full system load.
A copy should be maintained on the premises for examination by the Fire Marshal or Inspector at their request. Electrical components in service?
Pressure control valve passed test? Tested for Operation results are recorded in the Device Test Record. G Test to ensure lights function for a duration equal to design criteria?
CAN/ULC-S536-04 Fire Alarm Annual Inspection Test Form
Regardless of the type of detector your residence or building employs, ylc some additional maintenance you can perform to ensure the continued peak efficiency. Monthly Inspection and Tests A Pilot lights are functioning? Microphone, including press to talk switch, operates.
Applying household voltage to the interconnection wire will result in the destruction of any connected alarms and may even cause a fire.
Fire Alarm System Periodic Inspection (CAN/ULC-S)
Oil level in normal range on air ss536 Yes No Last Service Date: If any of the following were discovered, was an obstruction investigation conducted and the system flushed?
This form is intended to provide the owner or fire inspector with an overview of what fire protection systems exist in the building and which systems were inspected and tested by a qualified technician. The audible signals can consist of bells or buzzers, but in some systems, an alarm tone is generated through a series of speakers located on each floor of the premise. Cap gaskets in place and in good condition? 5s36 Driven Pump Test Is the controller performing run tests automatically?
Identify active field device and supporting field device, data communication link DCLaddress and location.
CAN/ULC-S Fire Alarm Annual Inspection Test Form
Special Inspection Postal Code: Yes No NA Belt checked for proper tension? Pressure regulating control valves shall be inspected.
Plug-in cables securely in place. Seconds Date of trip test from records on van was: Alarm signal silence visual indication operates Alarm signal and visible signal devices, when silenced, automatically reinitiate upon O subsequent alarm.
Status change confirmation inspected and tested. In systems that provide logical control of a smoke control system, documentation is on site and includes a sequence of operation of the smoke control system. As we noted on the Services page, very few of the service agencies which are engaged in providing annual testing actually perform this to the level required by the Standard.
Standards Council of Canada
The attached reports comply with Canadian Inspection Standards upon which they are based. Annual Testing – The Annual Test of the fire alarm system is performed by qualified technical personnel to a specific National Standard. Photoelectric type smoke detectors utilize an infrared light source called the emitter and a receiver, both of which are located inside the sensing chamber.
These are the units that provide an interconnection to conventionally wired devices like manual pull stations, sprinkler isolation valves, flow switches, low air and the like; If your system employs a UDACT communicator, the technician must ensure that appropriate signals generated by the system during the testing must be received at the monitoring station; Field addressable relay modules must be listed on the Individual Device Test Recordand their locations and function documented.
These units are vulnerable to electrical failures they won’t function in the absence of power. BB Main power to emergency power supply transfer operates. Batteries 2 status indicator lamps are normal Inspect emergency manual starting means without power?
Smoke particles obscure the receiver, and the unit goes into alarm. Exceptions are identified in the Device Test Record. Manual, semiautomatic, or dry standpipe valve operates smoothly?