Exit & Emergency Lighting Installation and Maintenance
Security Fire Equipment authorized distributor of exit & emergency lighting and has personnel trained for the sales, installation, and service of battery-powered emergency and exit lights. We service Valdosta and surrounding Georgia & North Florida cities and counties. Security Fire Equipment uses the latest state-of-the-art equipment to provide you with the most efficient professional service available.
Call toll free 877-287-5365 or stop by to get a service plan quote for Emergency Lighting Service or coordinate emergency lighting service with dry chemical fire extinguisher “on site” recharging & refilling.
Emergency lighting may prove to be a crucial factor in the safety of your employees and customers. Security Fire Equipment inspects in accordance with NFPA 101 Life Safety Code and OSHA 29, as well as the local Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ).
There are two types of emergency light inspections: Emergency/Exit Light (Bulb Test) and Emergency/Exit Light 90 minute (Load Test). The emergency light load test is more thorough, revealing more information about the current condition of your emergency lighting and, more importantly, how it will perform in a true emergency situation for an extended period of time. A bulb test is a quick check inspection which verifies if a light is functioning in the event of a power loss.
Security Fire Equipment will conduct inspections as required by local Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) to include:
•Ensure the emergency light equipment is located in its correct position
•Inspect the exterior housing for physical damage
•Perform a 30 second push test to verify unit illuminates
•Confirm lamps are light and properly aimed on a path of egress
•Any defect found will be noted and sent to your attention with a cost quotation for repairs
•Perform a through exterior examination
•Perform an operational test of the batteries and lighting system for 90 minutes
•Inspect condition and voltage of the batteries and verify manufacture dates
•Inspect AC/DC lamps or bulbs for damage and proper operation
•Verify charging unit is operational and functioning as designed
•Install certification label indicating compliance and confirming inspection
•Any defect found will be noted and sent to your attention with a cost quotation for repairs and re-certification
•A report listing all emergency lighting can be provided for records if needed.
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Security Fire Equipment Company, Inc.
1405 Melody Lane
P.O. Box 1622
Valdosta, Ga. 31603