Register for Specification Developer

We understand that fire protection is one piece of many in the master puzzle you put together in your designs. Our goals are to make your job as easy as possible and to ensure a thorough, on-time, and accurate delivery of your specification deliverables. The UNITED Fire Systems Specification Developer is designed to aid specifiers who need to create complete, accurate specifications for specialized fire protection systems.

We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of the brand-new Specification Developer version 2.01! This updated tool uses new, modern features such as drop-down menu choices, detailed tooltip descriptions, and easy access to saved specifications. Specifiers can receive any or all of the following deliverables:

  • MasterFormat specifications, identified by proper 6-digit number, and ready to be edited into a project spec book
  • Short-form specifications, when the entire MasterFormat is not required
  • AutoCAD pages, ready to be edited into contract drawing packages

Specification Developer 2.01 provides specifying engineers with these benefits:

  • Interface is easy to learn and use
    • Menu driven – just a few clicks and Specification Developer 2.01 does the work for you
    • Tooltips for additional guidance
    • Pop-up embedded information links for additional information on products to specify
    • Error messages when selections are not permitted guide you to proper corrections
  • Receive complete specification deliverables
    • Specs delivered as MasterFormat and as short specs
    • Mechanical and electrical drawing details delivered as .dwg files – ready for editing
    • Also makes .pdf files available
  • Makes your process more productive
    • Store your specs for future reference
    • All specs are kept updated online – never be behind the curve
    • Your accuracy is enhanced – fewer RFIs will be needed to clarify specification requirements or inadvertent discrepancies
    • Enjoy support from UNITED Fire Systems – one call, text, or email and we’ll help you!

Best of all, register for access and use the UNITED Fire Systems Specification Developer 2.01 at no charge!

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Did You Know?
  • Your dry-pipe or preaction system piping may look brand new on the outside, but what about inside? Residual water and oxygen in the pressurized air could be rusting the interior of that pipe right now. This rust can weaken the pipe, cause pinholes to form, and even clog up the sprinkler heads in the event of a fire. NFPA 25 – Standard for the Inspection, Testing and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems mandates internal inspection of sprinkler pipes at least every 5 years. Are your pipes rusty? Have them internally inspected by a qualified fire protection contractor before it’s too late.