What is a Fire Pump?

A fire pump is a technological pump developed to supply water or other fire-extinguishing reps at high pressure to firefighting systems, such as sprinkler systems, hydrants, and hoses. The immediate objective of a fire pump is to guarantee an acceptable and dependable water supply for firefighting in point of an emergency. These pumps are a critical element of fire protection strategies in buildings, industrial facilities, and other establishments where fire protection is a problem.

Fire pumps can be either electrically or diesel-engine driven and are commonly established in a reliable pump room. They are attached to a water supply source, such as a municipal water line or a reliable water storage tank. When a fire is noticed, the pump activates to increase the water pressure and confirm that an adequate amount of water reaches the firefighting system fast.

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