During emergency situations, the pump will use the water stored underground, rather than the usual water supplies. They're designed to operate in wells, sumps or offshore.
Needing to comply with building fire safety regulation, a plumbing contractor requested for a fire hydrant system.
Instead of a standard diesel fire hydrant booster pumpset, he was after a system that can tap into a water supply below ground, as well as being easy to install.
A deep well fire hydrant system is ideal in this type of application.
During emergency situations, the pump will use the water stored underground, rather than the usual water supplies.
Also known as vertical turbine fire pumps, they eliminate the need for priming and thus saving precious time for the firefighters.
The shaft is 5 metres long, capability of reaching the deep end of the water storage.
5 metres shaft
- Variable column length suites differing supply water levels
- Vertical turbine design accommodates various types of water supplies (wells, reservoirs (above or below ground), ponds, streams, storage tanks (above or below ground)
- Available models cover a wide capacity and pressure range
- Permanently submerged impellers eliminate need for priming
- Complete, ready for installation and commissioning