Fire Brigade Connection
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Fire Hydrant & Standpipe System
A fire hydrant is an outdoor water supply that firefighters can use to access water quickly in case of a fire. Fire hydrants are typically connected to a network of underground water pipes and are located along streets and in other public areas. They have a valve that can be opened to release water, which firefighters can use to douse flames and prevent the spread of fire.
A standpipe system, on the other hand, is an indoor system that provides firefighters with a ready source of water inside a building. Standpipe systems consist of pipes, valves, and outlets that are strategically placed throughout a building. Firefighters can connect their hoses to these outlets and use them to quickly access water on upper floors or other hard-to-reach areas.
In some cases, a building may have both a fire hydrant and a standpipe system. The fire hydrant provides a backup water source in case the standpipe system is not working properly, while the standpipe system provides firefighters with easy access to water inside the building. Both fire hydrants and standpipe systems are essential components of a building’s fire protection infrastructure, and they are designed to help firefighters respond quickly and effectively in the event of a fire.
Brand: Naffco, Sffeco, Bristol ,Emaco
Standard: UL/FM, Non-UL