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Fire Pumps


A Fire Pump is a part of a fire sprinkler system’s water supply and powered by electric, diesel or steam. The pump provides water flow at a higher pressure to the sprinkler system risers and hose standpipes.

Properly installed and maintained emergency generators increase the reliability of an electric motor driven fire pump. To run a fire pump, a reliable driver is needed. Both electric motor and diesel engine are proven to be reliable drivers of a fire pump.

Powerzone Fire Pumps are customized designed to meet the strict requirements of a Diesel engine to drive a fire pump.


Fire pumps are powered either by an electric motor or a diesel engine or sometimes by a steam turbine. The number of fire-pumps installed depends on the occupancy hazard (LH, OH or HH) and specific fire installation standard.

Where twin electric fire pumps are installed, there is a requirement for a secondary power source. This can be from a separate feed to the nearest electricity sub-station, or from a generator located on site. A mains changeover facility should be incorporated into the design to allow for switching to this alternate power source in the event of a mains supply failure./

Types of pumps used for fire service include: end suction, horizontal split case, vertical split case, vertical inline and vertical turbines.



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