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FIRE HYDRANT SYSTEMS

WATER SUPPLY & STORAGE FACILITY

A Fire Hydrant System is designed to meet specific performance objectives. These performance objectives require a hydraulic analysis to demonstrate that there is sufficient water pressure and flow at the most hydraulically disadvantaged hydrant points as the pressure and flow requirements vary according to the building classification and floor area.

PIPE WORK & VALVES

Under normal circumstances, a fire hydrant system is pressurised with water which is ready for emergency use. When a hydrant valve is opened, the system experiences a drop in water pressure. The drop in water pressure is detected by an electro mechanical device which in turn starts the booster pump(s) which draws water from the water supply to increase the water pressure of the system. Water from the hydrant is then directed through the layflat fire hose to a nozzle which is then directed to the seat of fire.

Fire Brigade Booster Inlet

Fire hydrant installation consists of a system of pipe work connected directly to the water supply main to provide water to each and every hydrant outlet and is intended to provide water for the firemen to fight a fire. The water is discharged into the fire engine form which it is then pumped and sprayed over fire.

FIRE PUMPSET

A Fire Hydrant Pump Set generally consist of Main Electrical Pump, A diesel Engine Pump for Backup system in case of failure of main pump or deliberate cut of Power in case of electrical Fire & the Jockey Pump for maintaining the Head in the Hydrant System.

HYDRANT OR LANDING VALVE & COUPLING

A Fire Hydrant System is a water supply with sufficient pressure and flow delivered through pipes throughout a building to strategically located network of valves for the purpose of fire fighting.

FIRST AID HOSE REELS & LAYFLAT FIRE HOSE

Under normal circumstances, a fire hydrant system is pressurised with water which is ready for emergency use. When a hydrant valve is opened, the system experiences a drop in water pressure. The drop in water pressure is detected by an electro mechanical device which in turn starts the booster pump(s) which draws water from the water supply to increase the water pressure of the system. Water from the hydrant is then directed through the layflat fire hose to a nozzle which is then directed to the seat of fire.