A fire hydrant system is an active fire protection method, consisting of a water supply system, providing adequate pressure and flowrate to a water distribution piping system. The fire hydrants are connected to RRL hose reels which are used as extensions for delivering the pressurized water to the point of fire. Fire hydrants also offer as a source of water supply to the fire brigade for fighting the fire.
FIRE HYDRANT DESIGN
We utilize advanced 3D CAD software to design the most suitable fire hydrant system based on your unique fire protection challenges, including different room sizes, hazards, and code requirements. Certified technicians have deep expertise in designing fire hydrants systems for the following industries:
Group A – Residential
Group B – Education
Group C – Institutional
Group D – Assembly
Group E – Business
Group F – Mercantile
Group G – Industrial
Group H – Storage
Group J – Hazardous
FIRE HYDRANT INSTALLATION
Qualified technicians conduct a site assessment to determine what type of fire hydrant system is most suitable for the hazards present in your environment.
Our installation technicians are trained, fluent in standards, and provide fire hydrants installation services for all types of systems.
FIRE HYDRANT INSPECTION & TESTING
Fire hydrant specialists conduct required monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, annual, and five-year fire hydrant inspections to ensure peak system functionality.
On the confirmed inspection date, experienced technicians arrive promptly to conduct the
following fire hydrant inspection tasks:
– Test the control valve.
– Check water pressure.
– Look for cracks, leaks, corrosion, and obstructive materials.
– Compile a complete report of the inspection
FIRE HYDRANT MONITORING
With full-time central station monitoring services, your fire hydrant system will quickly relay alarm signals to the first responders and the stakeholders in a fire related emergency. Basic Elements monitors all types of fire-related scenarios by observing the following alarm signals daily:
– Alarm – Notifying system activation.
– System Functionality – Notifying increased or decreased pressure.
– System Disabled – Notification to reset systems.
– Power Failure – Notifying blackout or disruption
FIRE HYDRANT MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
WEEKLY / MONTHLY
Inspection of gauges depending on system
Water flow tests | Lubrication checks | Clearing of foreign materials
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