Fire Pumps

Fire pumps are one of the most common types of pumps that we see as laymen and as industry players in manufacturing. This is because almost all types of multi-storey buildings in Indonesia have fire pumps.

Some places where this pump installation can be seen clearly are in buildings where there are many general public, such as hospitals, hotels, campuses, restaurants, and many more.

  • Horizontal DIN 24255 electric motor
  • 41 models
  • Wide choice of materials
  • Centreline discharge
  • Back pull-out rotating element can be removed without disturbing pipe work
  • Impellers cut to duty High interchangeability – just three shaft modules cover the entire range
  • The length of a vertical pump can be extended going below ground as needed.
  • Vertical pumps can fit in tight spaces and require a much smaller footprint.
  • Another challenge that verticals can bypass is priming because many of them are self-priming.
  • Single double suction or two single suction impellers in order to create consistent water pressures when needed.
  • The casing is split axially, with opposing suction and discharge flanges, greatly simplifying maintenance.
  • FM/UL approved split case pumps are available for duties ranging from 200 USgpm to 5,000 USgpm.
  • Suitable for electric or diesel drives and are available with either inch or metric fittings.
  • FM and LPC Approved.
  • Available in both horizontal and vertical configurations, for a better fit in tight spaces.
  • Using multiple impellers to generate more head than a single impeller.
  • Axially split casing – rotating element can be removed without disturbing pipework
  • High hydraulic efficiencies
  • Double and single entry back to back impellers reduce end thrust, increase efficiency and bearing life. Shaft sleeves are standard
  • 62 models. Module design for maximum interchangeability. Multiple impeller selections
  • Wide choice of materials
  • Grease or oil lubrication
  • Soft packing or mechanical seals
  • API options available for off site applications
  • Approved to FM and/or UL standards In compliance with NFPA 20
  • The pressure of municipal pipe network is insufficient to lift water for commercial buildings. A pressure boosting by pumps is required.
  • It’s popular to select SMVR / SMVS pumps for a booster system. The main types are constant frequency water supply system, non-negative pressure water supply system and box-type non-negative pressure water system.