I have an inspection question regarding quarterly checks on low air supervisory devices on dry systems.
Is it okay to simply "jump off" the device when not doing a full or partial trip to simply make sure it hits the panel?
I feel like I'm doing a disservice inspecting using this method, but I've seen it a lot. Unfortunately for me, it's been a crapshoot lately on what dry valve is going to go haywire when I drop air via an Inspector's Test Valve or at the riser. I'm thinking of just recommending a bleeder valve to be installed and go the easy route, saving both myself and customers a lot of anxiousness.
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