SERVICES

Maintenance & Troubleshooting

Monitoring (Bookings & Reporting)

Sick and tired of people just walking through the door unannounced to service your equipment?

It is our policy to work with our customers so our attendances are anticipated. 

As our customer we will discuss how you want to be contacted. Normally your AMfp service personnel will phone you prior to any scheduled 6 monthly and or annual servicing. Arrangements are made for an attendance time convenient to both parties, with you in the driver’s seat.

Regular weekly testing is pre-arranged with your nominated contact for a routine service time so you as our customer can get your staff accustomed to these procedures. Monthly procedures are frequently arranged on a similar basis. 

It is important for us to work together with you to ensure you meet your legal requirements with the least amount of disruption to your business.

Ever received a report from a fire company and had absolutely no idea what it really means?

Our service reports have been designed to be read and understood by the Company Engineer or someone with absolutely no understanding or knowledge of fire equipment and or legislated requirements. Reports are personalised to include historical notations, recommendations, notifications of up-coming equipment major servicing, improvements required to your general house-keeping or just observations.

Reports evolve and from time-to-time recommendations are made for additional equipment or changes to your current fire protection coverage. Businesses are in various stages of development and change and as such your fire protection needs must adjust to these changes.

FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS & EQUIPMENT SCHEDULED INSPECTION, TESTING & MAINTENANCE OF ESSENTIAL SAFETY PROVISIONS

South Australia legislated requirements regulating the installation and maintenance of essential safety provisions and the level of Australian Standards to be met are outlined by, but not limited to the relevant Development Act, Minister’s Specification and Building Code of Australia.

The Work Health and Safety Act requirement also requires building owners and employers to have a duty of care to maintain a safe workplace environment for employees and all visitors. This also includes the ability and the no how to respond to a fire emergency.

Due to our many years of experience, our continued on-going education and training, as well as being recognized as an Inspect and Test business meeting the requirements of the Fire Protection Accreditation Scheme (FPAS), we are in a position to offer a vast myriad of fire protection systems and equipment inspection, testing and maintenance to help you meet your legislative requirements.

Fault Finding & Troubleshooting

Today’s fire protection systems are high tech and they are capable of providing astounding levels of performance and protection when they are setup and working correctly. But as with all things high-tech, getting it right requires a combination of skills and experience as well as a good understanding of the specifics of your circumstance.

It might come as no surprise then that there are systems out there that haven’t been installed and configured to work to their optimum efficiency. Even professionals can get it wrong if they don’t have sufficient experience with the system at hand, or they don’t use the back-up support of the manufacturer providing technical information and necessary on-going training.

We are constantly called upon to take over the scheduled inspection and testing of a fire detection / fire protection system after the first 12-months contract liability period has expired. What we do find on fortunately a limited number of cases is that the system has never operated correctly or does not have the capacity to operate correctly. Some typical mistakes found range from fire detection circuits not being connected at the fire indicator panel or end of line devices being located at the panel due to constantly recurring faults. Remote LED indicators being reverse connected. Slave-driven suppression cylinders being disconnected. This list goes on.

When we test a system you can be assured that we test the system entirely and if there are any problems we will let you know. Our electrical staff test your system. We do not send button-pushers armed with a clip board and an outline of the appropriate lights that should illuminate. We have the capability to remedy operational problems immediately and not simply report the defects only to be relegated to an outstanding defects list to be rectified by a senior technical person when they are available or next in your area. 

We pride ourselves on having the right experience and the right relationships with our suppliers and manufacturers to ensure your system performs as expected. On a number of occasions we have been called in on ‘technical consults’ to assist other fire protection providers.

Talk to us today about how we can help diagnose and fix your problems.

Location

Unit 1
6 Aldershot Rd
Lonsdale SA 5160
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Contact Us

Phone: (08) 8326 9022
Fax: (08) 8326 9088
Email: admin@amfp.com.au
ABN: 90 976 556 285

Office Hours

Monday - Friday
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
OR BY APPOINTMENT