iMist Accreditations

iMist are proud to have obtained multiple accreditations, across North America

We’ve been working hard to perfect and develop our water mist system, and are please our efforts are recognised globally. 

iMist Fire Suppression
NFPA iMist Accreditation

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) set standards to ensure that safety is vital in the installation of fire protection services. 

As a member of the NFPA, iMist enforce standards when manufacturing, designing and installing their system. 

iMist Fire Suppression

iMist went through testing in accordance to cUL’s water mist system strainers.

Our system is listed for use in Canada by UL.  

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CSA

Canadian Standards Association (CSA) is recognised across the world, and can only be obtained through rigorous testing under various conditions. 

The CSA certification signifies that iMist provide quality and safe products. 

IWMA iMist Accreditation

iMist are proud to be a corporate member of the International Water Mist Association. 

IWMA work to promote research, development and the use of water mist worldwide, and iMist have passed all relevant checks by the IWMA board of association.

Ontario College of Trades are a regulatory body for skilled trades professions, that help to protect the public and promoting the value of working with a skilled trade. 

iMist are proud members, promoting the trade of sprinkler and fire protection installers, to assist with the installation of the iMist system. 

The Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE) work to advance the science and practice of fire protection engineering, aiming to maintain high ethical standards. 

iMist are members of the SFPE, working to ensure our systems are installed to high standards. 

BILD Fire Suppression Membership

The Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD) is the largest association for builders in Canada. 

To become a member of BILD, you must adhere to their code of ethics, and iMist are proud to follow this code. 

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