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Celebrating Progress and Building Connections: Alpine Fire’s Unforgettable Company Update

Last Thursday, Alpine Fire gathered to share news, celebrate our success and recognise some exceptional members of our team. Over 120 employees from across the country were taken to a secret off-site location for an exciting day away from the usual routine. The event was also attended by stakeholders and investors, making it a truly […]
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Technical Memo for Fire Suppression Systems – Winter Weather Alert

Freezing temperatures are with us again! To avoid problems with your fire suppression system there are a few checks to minimise risks Pump Room. Valves Chambers. Tanks. If, after completing any of the above you are concerned that your fire suppression system may be affected by the cold weather, please contact [email protected] for further assistance.
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Is your sprinkler system still fit for purpose?

The critical role sprinkler systems play in life safety and fire suppression is well known by building owners. However, few understand exactly how they work, why they need to be inspected and how regularly this work should be done to ensure optimal system performance. The documented efficacy of sprinkler systems is stark. In properties where […]
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Technical Memorandum – TB203 Technical Bulletin

As an LPCB Level 4 accredited company Alpine Fire Engineers provide design, project management and the service & maintenance of Automatic Fire Suppression systems. The LPC Technical Bulletin TB203 are the standards which we work to. This document incorporates the full BS EN 12845:2015+A1:2019 standard and describes the periodic tests and checks required to maintain […]
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April 2022 Legislation Changes – The Use of Red Diesel in Fire Pumps

Change regarding the use of red diesel will come into effect in April 2022. The government will no longer allow BS2869 red diesel to be used in stationary or emergency diesel engines that are used for fire pumps. The reason given is to ensure that polluting businesses are taxed accordingly. There has been much debate […]
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Fire Sprinkler Maintenance Post Lockdown – 5 Important things to consider