Our technicians are specialized in Marine, Commercial and Industrial applications. They are trained to service all kind of different brands or equipments. We encourage and support the NICET certifications for our personnel.
Inspection - Testing - Service - Sales
Hiller Systems offers inspections, testing, and service for all of your Exit and Emergency Lighting needs in accordance with Life Safety Code 101 and OSHA requirements.
Exit and emergency lighting systems are a necessary component of a fire protection plan. Your emergency lighting equipment is designed to provide illumination during power outages.
Exit signs will also illuminate the paths of egress during an outage or fire emergency. These lighting systems increase your security and safety and are required (to meet current codes).
OSHA, NFPA, as well as your local fire inspector have established these standards and expect you to keep your equipment in a functional state.
Hiller Systems can provide testing/troubleshooting for your units, replacement batteries, chargers, and bulbs, as needed to keep your emergency lighting units functioning properly.
Monthly and Annual inspection options are available to fit your specific needs.
When the power goes out, Hiller Systems can help keep you out of the dark.
Hiller Systems designs, installs, upgrades, tests, inspects, and services fire alarm systems.
To ensure their reliability, fire alarm systems must be inspected, tested and maintained. Hiller Systems will set up a service program for periodic testing, inspection, and maintenance that conforms to…
A regular visual examination, activation, and documentation of all devices in your system, including panels, detectors, pull stations, horns, strobes, enunciators, and door holders.
Annual procedures determine that the system operates as designed and include a test of monitoring connections. Sensitivity testing of every smoke detector in your system is required every two years.
The work performed to keep equipment operable, including repairs. Maintenance of your fire alarm system involves regular replacement of the 24-hour backup batteries.
Includes logging and retention of relevant records.
Fire extinguishers are your first line of defense in fighting small fires and an essential part of a Balance Fire Protection plan. When used properly, fire extinguishers can save lives and property by putting out a small fire or controlling a fire until additional help arrives.
Consider: 94 percent of the time a portable fire extinguisher is used; it puts out the fire —typically within the initial two minutes.
Inspection refers to a "quick check” of a fire extinguisher to make sure that it is available and will operate if needed. It is intended to give reasonable assurance that the fire extinguisher is fully charged and operable. The fire extinguisher must be checked to make sure it is in its designated place, and that there is no obvious physical damage or condition to prevent operation. Fire extinguishers must be inspected when initially placed in service and thereafter at 30-day intervals.
Maintenance is a thorough examination of the fire extinguisher. It is intended to give maximum assurance that a fire extinguisher will operate effectively and safely. It includes a thorough examination and any necessary repair or replacement. It will normally reveal if a recharge, six-year maintenance or a hydrostatic test is needed. Maintenance on fire extinguishers must be performed annually.
A fire extinguisher must be recharged after any use. When a fire extinguisher is recharged, it is emptied of all its contents and essential component parts are dismantled, inspected and cleaned. At this time, any defective or worn parts are identified and replaced. The cylinder is then filled with the extinguishing agent, reassembled and pressurized.
Six-year maintenance constitutes a complete maintenance of the fire extinguisher shell, component parts, and agent. The fire extinguisher must be emptied and subjected to the applicable maintenance procedures. Once the fire extinguisher has passed an internal examine, it is recharged and returned to service.
Stored-pressure fire extinguishers must be hydrostatically tested at certain time intervals by following procedures specified by NFPA and DOT (Department of Transportation). A hydrostatic test is a "pressure test". It is performed on an extinguisher cylinder to check for structural weaknesses or flaws. An external and internal inspection of the cylinder is also performed to check for excess pitting, corrosion, or other physical deformities. Once the fire extinguisher has passed the hydrostatic testing procedure, it is recharged and returned to service.
When properly installed and maintained, an automated sprinkler system provides 24-hour fire protection.
With Hiller Systems you will have peace of mind knowing that your sprinkler system will work properly when needed.
Our trained technicians perform all inspections per NFPA guidelines. Giving you the peace of mind knowing your fire sprinkler system is compliant with current codes.
Trained technicians on staff perform vital services and repairs to help maintain your sprinkler system’s optimal performance and re-install or adapt when required.
In today’s world most businesses have become dependent on computers. Computers help with data processing, run machinery and processing equipment, control your phone systems, and provide security.
For most businesses computers and servers are vital for financial success. If there was a fire in your Financial Records Storage, Server Room, Health Care Records Storage, or Telecommunications Room, Clean Agent Fire Suppression Systems puts out the fire and protects data in the process. Equipment damage is reduced and getting your business back and running is sooner rather than later.
For over 90 years Hiller Systems has been helping our customers protect their businesses and employees from the affects of a fire. We understand that all businesses are unique. Our sales, engineering, and technicians are second to none in our industry. Hiller Systems can provide your business with a fire protection solution that is practical, economical, and effective. Every fire suppression system is designed for maximum protection with minimum hardware. We design to take up less space while keeping costs to a minimum.
Our Inspection process is geared to keep you in operation, ensure your system will work in the event of a fire, and keep you in compliance.
Our 24 Hour Emergency Service is offered to all of our customers. We take your fire protection very seriously and will respond immediately to fire suppression discharges whether accidental or from a fire, 365 days a year. We’ll get your system back into service as quickly as possible.
With the Hiller Systems Professional Fire Extinguisher Training Program your company will receive a 20 to 25 minute classroom discussion on Fire Safety and Prevention. Detailed instruction on how to use a hand portable fire extinguisher with an overview of the equipment installed and the potential fire hazards in your facility.
Each employee or everyone on your Safety Team will have the opportunity to extinguish an actual fire.
Our technicians and knowledgeable staff can assist you with any inspection, repair or problem you have with your hood fire system. We work around your hours of operation.
Our inspection process is geared to keep you in operation. When our technician inspects your fire system and finds any deficiencies, we will process the non-compliance information and get you a proposal right away.
Our 24 hour emergency service is offered to all of our customers. We take your fire protection very seriously and will respond to your emergency call immediately 365 days a year – around the clock.
In addition to the detection and alarm systems, Hiller Systems can provide service of fire suppression systems of varying types depending upon the application. We work with architects, consultants or end users to determine the most cost-effective approach, providing for both life safety and equipment protection and meeting the pertinent regulations. The fire suppression systems can utilize not only water sprinklers, but non-toxic chemicals such as FM-200, inerting gases such as Inergen™ and CO-2, foam, dry chemical or combinations of systems. Fires are suppressed in Computer Rooms, Telecommunication Facilities, Clean Room Wet Benches and Tools, Aircraft Hangers, Kitchen Hoods, Dust Collectors, Machinery, Military and Commercial Ship Engine Rooms, and Aircraft hangers. The commercial, industrial and marine markets are pursued. Companies, such as Ansul, Siemens, Kidde Fire Systems, are our supplier, Hiller designs and installs the necessary suppression, detection equipment, controls, piping, and the necessary testing, required to assure our customers complete confidence on the fire suppression solution as well to complement with the necessary legal steps.
The goal of a fire hazards analysis is to determine the expected outcome of a specific set of conditions called a fire scenario. The scenario includes details of the room dimensions, contents, and materials of construction; arrangement of rooms in the building; sources of combustion air; position of doors; numbers, locations, and characteristics of occupants; and any other details that have an effect on the outcome of interest.
Hiller Systems' professionals use fire hazard analysis to first determine the hazards that is present in an existing or planned facility. The second is for design, where trial design strategies are evaluated to determine whether they achieve a set of fire safety goals.
Hiller Systems staff of professionals can provide you with a full Fire hazard Analysis of your existing builds, any new facility expansion or to and existing facility.
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