Fire Hydrant Design & Hydrant Pump Install
Fire hydrant and hydrant pump systems are designed and installed in accordance with AS 2419.1:2017 “Fire hydrant installations System design, installation and commissioning”
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Pipework & Valves
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Hydrant, Hydrant Valve or Landing Valve & Coupling
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FIRE HYDRANT INSTALLATIONS
As you probably know, the surface of the hydrant that is visible is just the tip of the iceberg. Complete Fire and Pumps can handle the obstacles that may surface during the removal and installation of older utility equipment.
FIRE HYDRANT REPAIRS
If you have a hydrant that requires a water flow test, or replacement of a traffic kit because of a fire hydrant collision, Complete Fire and Pumps is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to assist.
Hydrant Pumps Inspections
These important inspections include: Residual Fire Flow Tests for New Construction Fire Flow Testing for Flow Pressure Operability and Hydrant Reliability Inspection of Lubrication of Caps and Fittings
FIRE HYDRANT MAINTENANCE
Inspects, installs, and repairs the majority of fire hydrants. CFP has been making maintenance of the fire hydrant repair process seamless for customers since 2010.
What is in a fire hydrant?
The valve stem in a dry-barrel hydrant design is steel. The valve stems in a wet-barrel hydrant are usually made from silicon bronze. The hydrant outlets are molded in bronze. If the barrel is cast or ductile iron, the bronze outlets are threaded into the barrel
How many types of fire hydrants are there?
Dry riser and wet riser are the two kinds of fire hydrants. The wet riser fire hydrant holds a constant water supply and while dry riser fire hydrant needs to have a valve to release to let water in
What are the main types of fire hydrants?
For most intents and purposes, there are two types, wet and dry barrel hydrants, in addition to standpipes. These have a different structure and mechanism depending on the surrounding conditions
Types of Hydrant Pumps
Types of pumps used for fire service include: horizontal split case, vertical split case, vertical inline, vertical turbine, and end suction.