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RICKS FIRE PROTECTION

YOUR ONE STOP SOLUTION FOR ALL FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS

COMPLETE FIRE SAFETY SOLUTIONS

RicksFire Protection is built upon three core values: Growth, Profitability, and Exceptional Customer Service.

ALL-INCLUSIVE FIRE SAFETY SERVICES

With our extensive in-house capabilities, we have the capacity to handle all fire protection requirements, providing a one-stop solution for our clients.

FIRE SPRINKLERS

We offer design , installation, training and testing for a complete range of fire sprinkler services for both residential and commercial buildings. Our purpose is to assist our clients in completing their fire protection projects on time and under budget while concentrating on public safety and property protection.

FIRE ALARMS

RicksFire Protection’s professional fire protection technicians provide design, installation, programming, and training of automatic detection and fire alarm systems for a wide variety of standard and special systems. This allows us to provide the best possible service to all of our customers, from start to finish

KITCHEN SUPPRESSION

Restaurants industries are at a higher risk for fires due to the large amount of hot equipment, electrical connection, cooking oils, cleaning chemicals and open flames, and we help you with our solutions to help prevent such occurrences and minimize any damage.

INSPECTIONS / TESTING FOR FIRE SYSTEMS

Inspections of Automatic Fire Sprinkler systems are required by State law. Many insurance companies require yearly inspection(s). Surgery centers, overnight stay health care facilities and buildings controlled by the California Offices of State Fire Marshals and/or the Department Of Defence are generally required to have their systems inspected more frequently. With the many different types of systems and requirements in place today, whether it be wet, dry, preaction, deluge or foam, Residental, Commercial or Industrial, it’s nice to know that one company has expertise to handle any of your inspection needs

EDUCATION & TRAINING

At RicksFire, we are trusted consultants and reliable partners in the fire protection industry. We specialize in creating, installing, and maintaining fire protection systems. We take great pride in offering a wide range of educational resources and programs that bring value to our clients and industry partners.

At RICKSFIRE there are no surprises

your satisfaction is our number one priority.

NEWS

For the past two years, NFPA LiNK® has provided professionals with an interactive digital alternative to hardcopy codebooks, offering access to NFPA® codes and standards on the user’s favorite device. On May 15, NFPA LiNK will be adding 25 additional codes and standards within the organization’s vast scope of publications, including the latest edition of NFPA 70E®, Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace®. For those unfamiliar with NFPA 70E, this standard establishes requirements for safe work practices to protect personnel by reducing exposure to major electrical hazards. NFPA 70E helps companies and employees avoid workplace injuries and fatalities….
January 2023 was a significant month in the evolution of NFPA 70B as it transitioned from the Recommended Practice for Electrical Equipment Maintenance to the Standard for Electrical Equipment Maintenance. Issued by the NFPA® Standards Council on December 27, 2022, the 2023 edition of NFPA 70B, Standard for Electrical Equipment Maintenance, became effective on January 16, 2023, when it was approved as an American National Standard by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). It has been 50 years since the first version of NFPA 70B was issued in 1973 as a recommended practice, which provided recommendations on what should be done.
Requirements for kitchen island and peninsula receptacle outlets have been a part of the National Electrical Code® (NEC®) since the 1990 edition. At that time, 210.52(c) stated: “Island and peninsula counter tops 12 inches (305 millimeters) or wider shall have at least one receptacle for each four feet (1.22 meters) of counter top.” Over the course of the next 30-plus years, there were many significant changes made around island and peninsula receptacle outlet requirements within the NEC. Perhaps no changes to these requirements represented a larger swing of the pendulum than those we have seen over the past three cycles: the 2017, 2020, and 2023 NEC. 2017 NEC Requirements

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