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Fire Pump Commissioning Class

  • Wednesday, May 18, 2022
  • 08:00 - 13:00
  • UA Local 699 - South Seattle College - Georgetown Campus
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  • Includes lunch and certificate. Registration fee is non-refundable.

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Fire Pump Commissioning Class

Presented by UA Local 699

May 18, 2022

South Seattle College- Georgetown Campus 6737 Corson Avenue South - Building B102, Seattle, 98108


Cost $25.00

(Includes Certificate and Lunch)

The primary focus of this class will be what to expect and look for during a fire pump commissioning test.

Course Outline This presentation will provide a description of NFPA 20 Fire Pump Testing, key items to look for during installation approval, and how a flow curve is built.

  • Understanding NFPA 20 requirements for final testing of a fire pump.
  • How to identify proper installation of a fire pump and its accessories.
  • How to flow a fire pump and build a flow curve.

Class will be limited to a maximum of 15 attendees.

ICC credit will be issued.

Special Instructions:

There will be a small amount of classroom time to start and then the remainder out in the shop. Dress should be appropriate duty uniform and duty boots to avoid wet feet.

Proof of vaccination is required to attend this class.

Class Contact: Scott Peterson Local 699 -


Steve Miller - Training Director for UA Local 699's apprenticeship. Steve oversees 8 additional instructors and 150 apprentices.

Colin Fowler - General Foreman. Instructor for UA Local 699 for 22 years has taken several NFPA 20 courses including the new code. Colin also holds a UA Star Mastery certification.

Ricky Campbell - Business agent for UA Local 699 Sprinkler Fitters. Instructor at UA Local 699 Sprinkler Fitters. Past service foreman at McKinstry Fire

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