Unlike fire sprinklers, fire extinguishers, and fire alarms, fire pumps are always out of sight, but they still play a critical role in the fire protection of many buildings. A fire pump has one main function and that is to increase the water supply pressure for a fire protection system. It’s an important distinction make from a fire sprinkler. They don’t create water; they can only boost the pressure. As such, they act as an aid to a fire sprinkler system. Rely on the fire protection specialists at Agent Fire for quick and efficient service to install fire pumps.
We’re committed to the safety of our clients. When hire us, you can be sure that you are getting qualified and trained professionals who have the necessary credentials to ensure the pumps are installed correctly. Your protection is our top concern. We understand how distressing a fire can be and equip your building the equipment it needs to make sure minimal damage is done in the event of a fire.
Electric Fire Pumps or Diesel Fire Pumps?
How do you know which type of pump is right for your building? Electric fire pumps are, typically, the first choice, but there are times when a diesel fire pump is the preferred choice. Diesel pumps are usually installed when the pump is located at the base of a building. They also require fuel storage tanks that need to be near the pump room. It’s easier to get power to an electric pump, but during our inspection of your property we help you decide which is more suitable.
We Follow Codes and Standards
Fire pumps needs to be inspected and tested regularly. We perform weekly runs, monthly runs, annual flow tests, repack, and rebuilding. Everyone on our staff is trained to perform these runs and tests with precision, accuracy, and efficiency. We know how vital pumps can play in putting out a fire and we make sure your pump is working in accordance with the most up-to-date standards.
Decades of Fire Protection Experience
Hopefully, you never have to use the fire protection system we install, but if you do, you want to know that it’ll work exactly as it should when the time comes. Have peace of mind when you hire us. Our team has over a combined 100 years of experience in the fire protection industry. From fire pump inspections to testing, you can trust us to perform our job with the utmost skill.