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Ensuring protection through a five-year internal fire sprinkler system inspection

Ensuring Protection through a Five-Year Internal Fire Sprinkler System Inspection – By Tom Hartel, Valley Fire Protection Systems Automatic fire sprinkler systems are an absolute lifesaver. But like all mechanical equipment, these systems must be maintained in order to provide maximum protection to structures, the contents of these structures and — most importantly —their occupants.

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Valley Fire Protection Systems announces the launch of its emergency plumbing division

Valley Fire Protection Systems announces the launch of its Emergency Plumbing division with the unveiling of its new micro-site ( Valley Fire, the industry leader in commercial fire suppression systems, is pleased to announce the expansion of its service offerings with the launch of its Emergency Plumbing division. This new service will ensure that Valley...

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Valley Fire Protection Systems named “Vendor of the year”

Valley Fire Protection Systems Named “Vendor of the Year” by The Institute of Real Estate Management. PRESS RELEASE – Chicago 3/6/09 The Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) presented Valley Fire Protection Systems its “Vendor of the Year” Award at their annual PREMIER Awards event at the Chicago Sheraton. The award recognizes the company that provides the most...

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Protecting irreplaceable assets with a pre-action fire sprinkler system

Protecting Irreplaceable Assets with a Pre-Action Fire Sprinkler System – By Tom HartelWater-based fire protection systems stand between you and major tragedies, including loss of life and destruction of your property. Yet these same systems can also pose the risk of accidental discharge that can damage valuable works of art, documents, computer systems and other

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Long term care facilities across America to protect residents

Long Term Care Facilities Across America to Protect Residents with Full Sprinkler Systems Long term care facilities such as nursing homes across America will, for the first time, have to protect their residents by installing sprinkler systems throughout their buildings if they wish to continue to serve Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries, under a new regulation...

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