RAD Fire Sprinklers have been enabling their clients to comply with Part B of the Building regulations by installing residential fire sprinkler systems for 12 years. We have been exclusively installing Residential Fire Sprinkler Systems longer than virtually any other company in our field.
We work throughout London and the South-East of England alongside architects, developers, M&E consultants and providers, Plumbing companies, Care providers and Landlords and liaise with local authority building control departments. We also provide advice on mains water provision issues.
RAD Firesprinklers are registered with the FIRAS 3rd party certification scheme and are members of the Residential Fire Sprinkler Association (RSA), the Fire Protection Association (FPA) and the National Fire Sprinkler Network (NFSN). Read More
Fire Sprinkler Systems
Domestic Fire Sprinkler Systems, with smoke detection, provide the best protection for the inhabitants of a building should a fire develop in that property. They are suitable for installation in houses, high rise apartments, care homes and hostels. Fire Sprinkler Systems can be connected to the mains water supply or they can incorporate a pump and tank if necessary.
Architects and developers are also realising the benefits of incorporating a sprinkler system in their projects as a system installed to BS9251 afford considerable relaxations in traditional AD part B passive requirements.
Mechanical and Electrical companies find that residential fire sprinklers are being included within their tender package more and more frequently.
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Satisfying part B of Building regulations
RAD has been providing advice for our customers throughout London and the South-East of England on these issues for a number of years.
We are pleased to offer advice concerning degrees of coverage, water supplies, suitability of system or just an explanation of the pitfalls.
For more information call: 01892 680090