regulation 4 & nfpa testing


NFPA testing refers to testing of equipment and systems to the standards established by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). The NFPA is a global organization that provides fire, electrical, and life safety standards, codes, and regulations to help ensure public safety. The NFPA has established a number of standards for various equipment and systems, such as fire alarms, sprinkler systems, fire doors, and electrical equipment. These standards specify the minimum performance requirements and test methods that fire protection equipment must meet in order to be considered compliant.

The NFPA 25 is the Standard for the Inspection, Testing and Maintenance of Water- Based Fire Protection Systems, it provides guidelines for the proper care and maintenance of fire pump systems, fire sprinkler systems, standpipe systems and fire hose systems. 

NFPA 25 is widely recognized as the authoritative source for the inspection, testing, and maintenance of fire protection systems and is widely adopted by local fire departments and insurance companies. The standard provides detailed information on the frequency and scope of testing and maintenance that is required for various types of fire protection systems, including sprinkler systems, fire pumps, backflow preventers, fire alarms, and more. The goal of NFPA 25 is to help ensure that fire protection systems are functioning properly and are capable of providing the necessary level of protection in the event of a fire. 

Testing to the NFPA standards is typically performed by independent, third-party testing companies like Fire Pumps R US and Affordable Fire Services. The results of these tests are used to determine whether a product meets the requirements of the standard and can be certified as compliant. This certification is important because it helps ensure that products and systems used in buildings and structures are safe and reliable in the event of a fire. 

reg 4 & title 19

At Fire Pumps R US we are fully certified to perform all Chief’s Regulation 4 in the Los Angeles City and California Code of Regulation, Title 19 Inspection, Testing and Repair of fire protections systems. We provide our 60+ combined experience and professionality at the most affordable rates.

The California Code of Regulation, Title 19 is a set of regulations that establishes minimum standards for building construction in the state of California in matters relating to fire, panic and explosion safety. The code covers a wide range of topics, including structural, fire, life safety, accessibility, mechanical, and electrical systems. The code is updated periodically to ensure that buildings are safe and accessible for occupants. Building professionals, such as engineers and contractors, are required to follow the provisions of Title 19 to keep maintenance and compliance on the fire safety systems to avoid fines or complete shutdown.

Chief’s Regulation 4, also known as Reg 4, is a program created by the Los Angeles Fire Department ( LAFD) to ensure that the building’s fire protection equipment works properly according to the fire code. Each fire safety system has to be inspected and tested periodically, check the status of your systems and give us a call if you need any of the following:

  • Annual Fire Alarm System Testing
  • Annual Automatic Closing Assemblies System Testing
  • Annual Fire Escape System Testing
  • Annual Stored Electrical Energy System
  • Annual Emergency Power Generator Testing
  • Annual Fire Pump System Testing
  • Annual PRV System Testing
  • 5 Year Fire Sprinkler and Standpipe System Testing
  • Annual Fire Sprinkler System Testing
  • Elevator Recall System Testing
  • Annual Smoke Control/ Management System Testing
  • Supervising Station System Testing
  • Stair Pressurization System Testing
  • Gas Detection System Testing.


  • CA Contactors Licenses #1017682, C10, C16, C20, C36 and D28
  • Fire Extinguishers Concern License #3753
  • Automatic Systems License #A016258
  • Reg 4 #R4393


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