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A fire damper is a device that is installed in an air distribution system, designed to close automatically upon detection of heat, to interrupt migratory airflow and to restrict the passage of flame.
An operational test of each damper shall be performed after installation of the damper is complete. Then, each damper must be inspected and tested one year after installation. This requirement allows building owners to hold installers accountable for any repairs needed which are typically under warranty for the first year.
Upon completion of the first year fire damper inspection and testing, the frequency shall then be every 4 years, except in hospitals, where the frequency shall be every 6 years.
Yes! B&B technicians are trained and equipped to perform repairs and install new fire dampers when needed.