Room Integrity Test


The procedure of evaluating an enclosure’s suitability for holding the extinguishing chemical after discharge is known as enclosure integrity testing. Before a new enclosure is put into operation, it is usually tested, and for existing enclosures with clean agent extinguishing systems, it is done once a year.

The pressure test and the leakage test are the two main components of enclosure integrity testing. The purpose of the pressure test is to find out how well the enclosure can tolerate any internal pressure applied to it. The chosen extinguishing agent’s holding time above the recommended minimum concentration is ascertained using the leakage test. The design requirement usually requires that the focus be kept for at least ten minutes.


An essential component of any gaseous extinguishing system is the room integrity test. The system might not work as intended if the enclosure integrity isn’t confirmed.

Achieving the extinguishing concentration is crucial, but keeping it there is much more necessary in order to save valuables and stop re-ignition.


A crucial step in the design and commissioning of enclosures is enclosure integrity testing. It is crucial to confirm that the enclosure can adequately safeguard its contents in accordance with the required design standard.
We are well-positioned to assist with any inquiries that may come up, including why rooms fail and what options are available, because we have experience with both design and room integrity testing.

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