Fire Fighting Pump is a high-pressure water pump with a diesel engine designed for fighting fire outbreaks. It is commonly used in office buildings, hotels, large shopping centres and industrial facilities. It is suitable for use in the event of an emergency and can be operated manually or automatically. The machine uses a fuel-efficient, reliable diesel engine that provides the required flow of water at the necessary pressure. It is available in a variety of sizes and capacities depending on the size and location of the facility. The fire-fighting system is fully compliant with EN 12845, CEA 4001, UNE-23500 and NFPA-20.
Our range of portable fire pumps includes both petrol and diesel powered options for all situations. Our Petrol Fire Fighting Pump is designed to be easily transported to the site and operated by one person. It is equipped with a premium CATERPILLAR* diesel driver and pump and has a maximum suction lift head of 8m. This allows multiple hoses to be connected at once. The Millers Falls TWM QWPFT652-eu Twin Impeller 6HP Diesel Fire Fighting Pump is capable of delivering 30m3/hr (500L/min).
The diesel driven fire pumps in our range are a great option for those looking for more power and versatility than a petrol version. They are capable of producing higher flows at greater pressures and can handle a wide range of applications including fire fighting, washdown, spray irrigation and machinery wash down. We also offer a variety of accessories for our diesel fire pumps to allow them to be used in a variety of different situations.
Whether you are on an oil platform, F(P)SO, FSRU or FLNG unit the outbreak of a fire is one of the worst situations that can be experienced by the crew. To provide a safe and efficient solution Hydrodiesel offers self-contained and independently operating fire water pump systems to meet the harsh offshore environment.
Our fully-packaged systems include everything from the hydraulic drive lift pump and diesel booster to the fire hydrant connection and control panel. The pump is mounted on a steel fabricated base frame, suitable for dry installation below the water line or if the project or layout of the vessel requires submerged installation. The lift pump and booster pump are positioned in series, with the lift pump located below deck and the diesel drive booster pump on deck to increase the pressure at the deck level and supply the fire water to the fire ring main.
Angus fire pumps have robust casings that are designed to withstand substantial input pressures from fire hydrants or relay pumping without damage or exceeding the pump’s maximum pressure rating. Our LD1800 fire pump can be remotely started based on a drop in line pressure and is self-priming so it doesn’t require an operator to assist. They are capable of achieving high output pressures and flow rates that are critical for fire suppression in any situation. They are also highly reliable and come with a warranty as standard.