Fire Damper

3.If a damper is ‘inaccessible,’ it doesn’t need to be inspected, right?

By |2020-04-17T13:12:26+00:00April 17th, 2020||

Unfortunately, if your facility has undergone major renovations since first constructed, newly installed ductwork, piping and other construction projects can often block access to originally installed fire dampers. A damper should never be labeled inaccessible simply because it’s out of reach or unavailable at the time, especially in hospitals.