The sprikler system it's on an old building, what we did was a remodelation, some pipes were moved some weren't.
The building has a main drain for each of the floors, and we leaved an auxiliary drain connected to the drain of the sink.
Inspector's test valves are installed anywhere in the sprinkler system pass the waterflow indicator switch or alarm pressure switch. It's purpose is to test if the fire alarm does work in case the sprinkler system operates. Basically for every waterflow/pressure switch a inspector's test valve is needed. Some designers/contractors prefer to have them just after the waterflow/pressure switch while others prefer to have them installed at the furthermost location form the system's valve. Some contractors even install combined test/drain valves in one location to avoid installing separate valves.
184.108.40.206* Wet Pipe Systems.220.127.116.11.1 An alarm test connection not less than 1 in.(25 mm) in diameter, terminating in a smooth bore corrosion resistantorifice, giving a flow equal to or less than one sprinklerof a type having the smallest K-factor installed on theparticular system, shall be provided to test each waterflowalarm device for each system.18.104.22.168.2 The test connection valve shall be accessible.22.214.171.124.3 The discharge shall be to the outside, to a drain connectioncapable of accepting full flow under system pressure, orto another location where water damage will not result.126.96.36.199.4 The alarm test connection shall be permitted to beinstalled in any location on the fire sprinkler system downstreamof the waterflow alarm.
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