As a way of keeping their staff safe from threats of fire, Townsville City Council went looking for a way to increase their office's fire fighting capabilities.
Located in the dry tropical region of Queensland, Townsville is susceptible to fire threats.
Seeking to keep their office safe from fire, Townsville’s City Council sought to invest in a fire pump system to keep their staff safe.
With a population of over 180,000 the city of Townsville is considered one of the busiest hubs in Queensland.
We provided the Townsville city council with a fire hydrant booster system.
This high-performance pump system is designed to increase the firefighting capabilities of the building. This works by increasing water pressure as needed, especially when the water line may not be sufficient or is tank fed.
Fire hydrant pump systems may be located in various locations, such as: in buildings (the image) or in outdoor enclosures
- The fire hydrant system, includes a control panel and was fully tested prior to delivery on-site.
- Our systems are conceptualized, engineered, and fabricated in strict adherence to the fire code.
- Built to AS 2941-2013 Standard.
- The pump comes with a control panel, for the client’s ease of use; meaning they can control the various aspects of the pump to fit their needs.
- It’s heavy duty construction and easy-to-service design; is built to last.
- Fully built system, with a quick delivery and installation time.
Townsville was founded in 1864 as a port for the fledgling pastoral industry in North Queensland. Following the discovery of gold in the immediate hinterland at Ravenswood and then Charters Towers, the town developed into the principal centre and de facto capital of North Queensland.