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Fire Sprinkler License

Fire Sprinkler State Licensing Services

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License Classifications Include:
  • Fire Equipment Dealer
  • Fire Protection Systems Contractor
  • Explosive Manufacturers-Distributors, Dealers, or Users
 
Fire Equipment Dealers and Fire Equipment Technician
Classifications:
  • Class A - a licensed fire equipment dealer whose business is limited to servicing, recharging, repairing, installing, or inspecting all types of fire extinguishers and conducting hydrostatic tests on all types of fire extinguishers.
  • Class B - a licensed fire equipment dealer whose business is limited to servicing, recharging, repairing, installing, or inspecting all types of fire extinguishers, including recharging carbon dioxide units and conducting hydrostatic tests on all types of fire extinguishers, except carbon dioxide units.
  • Class C - a licensed fire equipment dealer whose business is limited to servicing, recharging, repairing, installing, or inspecting all types of fire extinguishers, except recharging carbon dioxide units, and conducting hydrostatic tests on all types of fire extinguishers, except carbon dioxide units
  • Class D - a licensed fire equipment dealer whose business is limited to servicing, recharging, repairing, installing, hydro-testing, or inspecting of all types of pre-engineered fire extinguishing systems
Fire Prevention Systems Contractors
Classifications:
  • Contractor I - contractor whose business includes the execution of contracts requiring the ability to lay out, fabricate, install, inspect, alter, repair, and service all types of fire protection systems, excluding pre-engineered systems
  • Contractor II - contractor whose business is limited to the execution of contracts requiring the ability to lay out, fabricate, install, inspect, alter, repair, and service water sprinkler systems, water spray systems, foam-water sprinkler systems, foam-water spray systems, standpipes, combination standpipes and sprinkler risers, all piping that is an integral part of the system beginning at the point of service as defined in this section, sprinkler tank heaters, air lines, thermal systems used in connection with sprinklers, and tanks and pumps connected thereto, excluding pre-engineered systems
  • Contractor III - contractor whose business is limited to the execution of contracts requiring the ability to fabricate, install, inspect, alter, repair, and service CO2 systems, foam extinguishing systems, dry chemical systems, and Halon and other chemical systems, excluding pre-engineered systems
  • Contractor IV - contractor whose business is limited to the execution of contracts requiring the ability to lay out, fabricate, install, inspect, alter, repair, and service automatic fire sprinkler systems for detached one-family dwellings, detached two-family dwellings, and mobile homes, excluding pre-engineered systems and excluding single-family homes in cluster units, such as apartments, condominiums, and assisted living facilities or any building that is connected to other dwellings
  • Contractor V - contractor whose business is limited to the execution of contracts requiring the ability to fabricate, install, inspect, alter, repair, and service the underground piping for a fire protection system using water as the extinguishing agent beginning at the point of service as defined in this act and ending no more than 1 foot above the finished floor
 
Explosives
  • Manufacturer - Distributor
  • Dealer
  • User
Links:

Bureau of Fire Prevention

Division of Fire Marshall

Florida Statute 633

Florida Administrative Code