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Xeluxe undertakes Third-party Active & Passive Fire Inspection, Testing & Installation. We are one among the leading Fire Safety Inspection Consultant in middle east .
Inspections of fire safety installations are important to ensure that they are functioning correctly and to identify any potential problems. The trained professionals at Xeluxe, carries out the fire safety inspections in KSA & UAE. As a matter of fact, regular inspections of fire safety systems and equipment can help to ensure that they are maintained in good working order and compliant with current legislation.
Moreover, inspections can also identify any potential hazards or risks associated with the fire safety installation. We undertake confidential studies of new and existing facilities for compliance with applicable building and fire codes. Also, our fire engineers thoroughly study and analyze existing fire protection and life safety systems for compliance with existing local codes and standards.
We also undertake code compliance for under-construction projects wherein specifications have not been followed during project execution. Subsequently, an equivalency has been developed in line with similar project conditions and well-practiced protocol.
XELUXE Engineering provides construction administration support for large design/building projects. Particularly, administering contracts, furnishing on-site coordination of trades. As well as, providing project, cost, time, and quality management on behalf of the facility owner, property manager, or construction supervisor. The objective is to make sure fire protection systems are installed as designed, on time, and within the project budget.
Our fire protection and life safety construction administration support services include:
Our services comprise Reviews, Technical evaluations, Recommendations, Inspection, Reporting and Approval of the Facade system.
In addition, the posting of emergency evacuation plans and evacuation maps allows for greater building occupant safety. Evacuation diagrams indicate the viewer location on the floor plan; provide emergency evacuation routes to designated exits and present fire/safety equipment locations with written evacuation instructions. We provide
Fire safety is a critical aspect of any commercial or residential building. Without proper fire safety measures in place, the risk of fire is increased, which can lead to catastrophic consequences. There are two types of fire safety inspections: active and passive. The firefighters or other trained personnel who actively look for fire hazards in a building, conducts active fire safety inspections. On the other hand, the building owners or managers who check for compliance with fire codes and standards, conducts passive fire safety inspections.
Although there are several types of fire safety systems, each has its own benefits and drawbacks. But the most common type of fire safety system is the sprinkler system. Commercial buildings often uses sprinkler system because they can quickly extinguish a fire before it has a chance to spread. However, sprinkler systems require regular maintenance and inspections to ensure that they are functioning properly.
Another type of fire safety system is the smoke detector. Smoke detectors are less expensive than sprinkler systems and do not require as much maintenance. However, they cannot extinguish a fire, and they may not provide enough warning to allow people to evacuate safely before the fire spreads.
Besides using them separately, the most effective type of fire safety system is the combination of a sprinkler system and smoke detectors. This type of system can quickly extinguish a fire and provide an early warning to occupants so that they can evacuate safely.
Installing a fire safety system is vital to the protection of your home or business. Furthermore, a fire safety installation inspection ensures that your system has been installed correctly and is up to code.
Generally there are two types of fire safety installation inspections: active and passive. A professional inspector conducts active inspections and will test all aspects of your system to ensure it is functioning properly. Whereas, passive inspections are less comprehensive, and typically only involve a visual check of your system.
Hence, it is important to have both active and passive inspections conducted on your fire safety system, as they complement each other in ensuring that your system is effective in protecting against fires.