We would like to draw your attention to the fact that only Ventrite Services is accredited to issue Renewed and Valid Guarantees with the completion of each maintenance interval, which includes reasonable responsibility for proven loss or consequential damage contributed by the failure of such system to operate to its intended purpose and design in the unfortunate event of fire.
As your building ventilation partner, the ventilation-related safety and protection of your premises is of the utmost importance to us. Part of this involves complying with smoke and fire legislation. We pride ourselves with high standards of quality workmanship in accordance with our Quality Management System and ISO 9001:2015 Certification and will not issue a Certificate of Guarantees if not totally satisfied with the Smoke Ventilation Service done to our high quality standards, and the system being certified to comply too its intended design and full operating function.
The reasonable responsibility for proven loss or consequential damage included within our guarantees, also carries an insurance value that contributes to the total maintenance cost. You would probably require this Official Manufacturer’s Certificate of Guarantee for your comprehensive insurance cover and related purposes.
Please be aware of other service providers in the open market unable to provide the above stated against possible water ingress, storm damage and the devastating effect of fire to property, stock and most import, people’s lives. We urge you to please give the above statements great consideration before deciding on your smoke ventilation partner, and possible unqualified service providers, for this gravely important safety and protection function of your premises and staff.
Maintenance of smoke control systems and are regulated in terms of Act 107 of 1977 and Regulation A1(4) pertaining to rule of SANS 10400 in accordance with NATIONAL BUILDING REGULATIONS SANS 10400 2011. This Regulation states as follows:
Ventrite International provide labour and equipment to a comprehensive maintenance procedure of the smoke ventilators, to its primary smoke ventilation design: