A room integrity fan test is a way to measure the leakage of an enclosed space to ensure that when you discharge a clean agent, it will stay in the room long enough to suppress a fire. NFPA 2001, Standard on Clean Agent Fire Extinguishing Systems, states that a minimum concentration of 85 percent of the adjusted minimum design concentration be held at the highest level of combustibles for a minimum of 10 minutes. This requires that a room integrity fan test be performed when these systems are installed to measure any leakage in the enclosed space. In the event there is a concern that room integrity has been compromised, we will recommend and provide a fan test to ensure the concentration levels will meet design specifications. Our team of highly qualified technicians will perform room integrity fan tests to ensure the protected enclosure will hold the agent for the required period of time.