Fire Hydrant System
When designing a fire hydrant system specific performance objectives must be satisfied. These performance objectives require a hydraulic analysis to demonstrate there is sufficient water pressure and flow at the most hydraulically disadvantaged hydrant.
The pressure and flow requirements vary according to the building classification, floor area and sprinkler protection.
We design Fire Hydrant System as per TAC, NBC, Indian, OISD and NFPA Standards or guidelines. Almost all part of the premises shall be covered by such system. Our designed system is not only complying the national and international norms or guidelines but also considered the exact requirement to minimize the cost at same time, increase the effectiveness of system for maximum gains.
There are two types of Hydrant Systems:
1) External Hydrant System, where the hydrants are installed in the open, like the city or town water mains, or hydrant systems installed in the open areas in industrial or such other occupancies.
2) Internal Hydrant System, installed in buildings or structures to be protected.
Following component has been used in fire hydrant system, which are not mandatory to use:
* Main Pump
* Jockey Pump
* Control Panel
* Hydrant Valve
* Hose Reel with coupling
* Branch pipe with nozzles
* Fire Service inlet
* Air vessel with accessories
* Hose reel with accessories
* Hose box with accessories
* Booster Pump