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Storage and Installation procedure as outlined in the submittal and IOM Manual have been followed.
Contractor has informed Fluid Solutions LLC of any noted damage occurred during shipment, storage, or installation including inspection inside controllers for mechanical damage.
Contractor has anchored and grouted skid/pump base as required by the IOM.
Contractor has completed all piping connections to pump skid this includes: test header, suction, and discharge.
Contractor has completed piping all necessary drain lines and has installed heat exchanger discharge to drain with separate piping viewable in the pump room.
Contractor has completed the fuel system fill and return piping, and ventilation as required by NFPA 20.
Contractor has connected the NFPA 20 required fuel tank alarm interconnections between the fuel tank and the fire pump controller: low level alarm & leak detection.
Contractor has correctly installed vortex plates and suction piping (if water is supplied by tank)
Confirm that pump room has the required ventilation louvers and exhaust fan.
Contractor has connected power to the fire pump & jockey pump controllers and engine jacket heater, and confirmed correct power is available.
Contractor has filled fire water tank to appropriate level with clean water. (if it is fed from a water tank). Confirm that all suction valves are open.
Contractor has filled & labeled the fuel tank with No. 2 Diesel.
Contractor has completed all Fire Alarm interconnections to the Controller. Fire pump will not be left in service if it is not constantly monitored by the fire alarm panel.
Contractor has installed muffler & exhaust piping.
Contractor will ensure that batteries are filled, connected, and charged before technician arrival
Contractor will not allow anyone to operate the system until approved by Pump Representative.
Contractor will have electrician and installer representative available the morning of scheduled start up.
The Sprinkler System is complete and ready to be put into service
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