INTERRUPTION OF SERVICE: There shall be no interruption of existing
sprinkler protection, water, electric, or fire alarm service without
prior written permission of the Contracting Officer. Permission shall
be requested at least 48 hours before planned interruption.
TEST: Upon completion of the installation, the system shall be
hydrostatically tested and flushed as specified in NFPA Standard No.
13, in the presence of the Contracting Officer or his authorized
representative. When hydrostatic, pneumatic, trip and alarm tests have
been completed and all necessary corrections made, the Contracting
Officer shall be advised so as to permit final inspection and
acceptance. The installation foreman or other competeat representative
of the contractor shall be present during final inspection and
acceptance. The installation foreman or other competent representative
of the contractor shall be present during final inspection. The
contractor shall submit a signed and dated certificate to the
Contracting Officer as stipulated in NFPA Standard No. 13, Section on
Acceptance Tests. Final testing shall be witnessed by the PACNAVFAC-
ENGCOM Fire Protection Engineer who will recommend the system for
acceptance or nonacceptance to the Contracting Officer.