AS2419.1: 2021 - Understanding the latest updates to fire hydrant system standards The 2021 version of AS2419.1 introduces significant improvements in designing, installing, and commissioning fire hydrant systems that was introduced on the 1st of May 2023.A....
We're Hiring! Sprinkler Fitter/Plumber Join the HTC team helping building owners and hydraulic consultants by testing water mains and maintaining fire sprinkler and hydrant systems around Brisbane. The work is field based and involves; Testing the flow and pressure...
The 5 yearly fire maintenance service is a routine, preventative service that replicates the fire brigade response to a fire to ensure the system is performing properly.
HTC Group is here to demystify one frequently asked question; what documents do you need to prove fire maintenance compliance?
In 2018, a Brisbane body corporate located in Kangaroo Point pleaded guilty to 21 breaches of the Fire and Emergency Services Act and Building Fire Safety Regulation. Find out what went wrong and how it could have been easily resolved.
In 2017, a company and body corporate in Townsville; Reelaw Pty Ltd and Body Corporate for Metro Community Title Scheme 28454, were slapped with fines totalling $42,000 for breaching fire safety regulations.
The owner of the property can choose to modify the design of the fire hydrant system to rectify a failed hydrant flow test without installing a fire pump. Read on to learn how.
When you fail your hydrant flow test, some fire maintenance companies may recommend the installation of a fire pump, however there are several checks that can lead to a simpler solution.
I Own A Commercial Building Without An Onsite Hydrant System. Am I Responsible For Maintaining The Street Hydrant?
Own a commercial building without an onsite hydrant system? Chances are, YOU, not the council, are responsible for maintaining the street hydrants. So here’s how to cover yourself…
Read this guide and learn how to ensure your premise complies with the Queensland Development Code and is protected in the event of a blaze.