SS 13.1 - Mechanical smoke control

Mechanical Smoke Control Systems Inspection for Building WoF

Mechanical smoke control system needs an ongoing inspection to comply with the requirements of building WoF, wish to reduce cost on this inspection?
A mechanical smoke control system is required to be listed on a compliance schedule where the system: has been installed solely for the purpose of controlling or discharging smoke in the event of a fire, and the smoke is removed or controlled using mechanical means.
Examples of mechanical smoke control systems

Maintenance & Testing process (performing standards: AS 1851 etc.)

Planned preventative maintenance and responsive maintenance should be carried out in accordance with the nominated performance and inspection Standard or document, and to ensure effective operation for the required duration in the event of a fire
Typical Testing includes:
1. Inspect for damage to mechanical components including corrosion damage
2. Check energy source to:
3. Check fuses, isolators, relays and contractors
4. Replace any fuses, isolators, relays or contactors found to be faulty
5. Check condition of cable and terminals
6. Tighten terminals where necessary
7. Check Owners Log book up to date
8. Operational inspections:
Bulding warrent of fitness
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