Audit, Inspection & Testing Services
We provide a complete line of fire hydrant inspection and testing services.
Qualified technicians test and document over forty attributes of each hydrant
utilizing the latest in technological advancements. Critical Gallons Per Minute
(GPM) may be calculated to insure proper operating pressures. Our audit program
incorporates a comprehensive flushing of the water system. Computerized
databases offer the ability to review specific hydrant information on your
computer or in a clearly defined report. Hydrants are categorized and listed
based upon problems and severity for prompt evaluation.
We offer complete repair services for all makes and models. Conversion programs
available for updating select hydrants. Isolation valve services.
Change out programs offered for the replacement of obsolete hydrants.
The Triton Hydrant Audit Viewer program is a Microsoft Windows
.NET based application. The
application utilizes XML files as a database structure to allow for ease of
portability and extensibility. The
current version of the application has been designed to be a stand alone
desktop utility. The Hydrant Audit
Viewer allows the user the ability to view, search and print entered
audit data. The print feature
utilizes Crystal Reports for Visual Studio .NET as its reporting engine and
allow additional text searches,
email, fax and export features.
Our auditors utilize the latest technology to gather gps information such as
Trimble's GeoXT™ GPS CE handheld, from the GeoExplorer® CE
series, which combines submeter GPS and a powerful Windows CE operating system
into one rugged unit. This synergy between GPS and Windows CE lets you
concentrate on what's important: collecting and maintaining high-quality data
for your GIS. In the field, the high-performance receiver gives you the best
accuracy possible. For reliable navigation back to assets, use real-time
corrections from the integrated WAAS receiver or an external source.
Annual Maintenance Programs
Call us for a quote on annual hassle free testing, maintenance and repairs.