The importanceof monitoring
Prevention is the least expensive form of maintenance when it comes to protecting a fire sprinkler system. At Potter, we understand this and offer a wide variety of cost-effective, proven solutions to monitor an investment. From monitoring the fire sprinkler riser with the Potter Corrosion Monitoring Station (PCMS-RM), to the Potter Corrosion Monitoring Probe (PCMPK) tied directly to the building fire alarm panel alerting you of corrosion with a supervisory or trouble signal, Potter will protect your fire sprinkler system every step of the way.
NFPA 13 2016 7.1.5
Water supplies and environmental conditions shall be evaluated for conditions that contribute to unusual corrosive properties. Where conditions are found that contribute to unusual corrosive properties, the owner(s) shall notify the sprinkler system installer and a plan shall be developed to treat the system using one of the following methods:
(4) Install corrosion monitoring station and monitor at established intervals
Riser Mount Corrosion Monitoring Station
Corrosion Monitoring Probe Kit