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Fire Fighting Equipment - Coupling

pipe couplings are used to connect pipes of various pipe materials and across multiple fire protection, industrial and commercial applications. Choose from our selection of couplings, including rigid, flexible, shouldered, transition, reducing and plain end pipe joining couplings.
PIPE CONNECTORS ARE USED ACROSS VARIOUS APPLICATIONS INCLUDING: Potable water piping systems Hydraulic applications Moderate and high-pressure applications Steam & non-steam applications Water and wastewater pipelines Slurry Services Water transmission, force mains and penstock lines Abrasive systems & services Oil & gas services

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Fire Water Monitor

Fire Safety Equipment - Water Monitor

Our water monitors are durable units suitable for Industrial fire protection. It can be used for fixed installation as well as for trailer mounting. We have different water monitors have a flow rate of 1750 LPM at 7 Bar, 2580 LPM at 7 Bar, 3500 LPM at 7 Bar, 7575 LPM at 7 Bar.

Gear Type Carbon Steel
1. Material - Carbon Steel
2. Maximum Operating Pressure - 14 Bar (203 psi)
3. Throw Range - 55 Meters
4. Monitor Outlet - 75 NB (3”) Water way, Jet Nozzle | Optional : Jet - Spray Nozzle
5. Hydrostatic Test Pressure - 25 Bar
6. Monitor Elevation - +900 above horizontal | -450 below horizontal


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Fire hydrant installation consists of a system of pipe work connected directly to the water supply main to provide water to each and every fire hydrant outlet and is planned to provide water for the firemen to fight a fire. The water is discharged into the fire engine form which it is then pumped and sprayed over fire. Where the water supply is not reliable or inadequate, hydrant pumps should be provided to pressure the fire main systems.

The pipe network is always under water pressure. When operated for fire extinguishing it will immediate feed water supply & main fire hydrant pump will be started automatically.

To meet with minor leakages jockey pump is installed which maintains the pipe network under pressure. On drop of pre-set water pressure due to leakages or any other reason, jockey will operate automatically & stop at the present pressure.

On actual fire operation rider pump being of small capacity cannot maintain the pressure hence main pump will be operated automatically & supply the rated water quantity to the system.

The system being automatic immediate water supply will be available from all fire hydrant post. A typical fire hydrant system installation fed directly from water main and pressured by fire pumps.

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Fire Sprinkler System

Fire Water Monitor

Fire Sprinkler System

A fire sprinkler is the component of a fire sprinkler system that will expel water when the effects of a fire have been detected, such as when a predetermined temperature has been exceeded. Fire sprinklers are extensively used worldwide. It’s also known as sprinkler head.

Why Should We Prefer Fire Sprinkler ?

Sprinklers are very effective because they react so quickly. They reduce the risk of death or injury from a fire because they dramatically reduce heat, flames, and smoke, allowing people the time to evacuate a home. Home fire sprinklers release approximately 10-25 gallons of water per minute. In a home without sprinklers, a fire is likely to grow to dangerous levels by the time the fire department is able to arrive. In less time than it typically takes the fire department to arrive on the scene, sprinklers contain and even extinguish a home fire. That not only reduces property damage, it saves lives.

What To Know The Mechanism Of Fire Sprinkler?

Home fire sprinklers include a network of piping filled with water under pressure that are installed behind the walls and ceilings, and individual sprinklers are placed along the piping to protect the areas beneath them. Because the water is always in the piping, fire sprinklers are always "on call." If fire breaks out, the air temperature above the fire rises and the sprinkler activates when the air temperature gets high enough. The sprinkler sprays water forcefully over the flames, extinguishing them completely in most cases, or at least controlling the heat and limiting the development of toxic smoke until the fire department arrives. Only the sprinkler nearest the fire activates. Smoke will not activate sprinklers.

Step 1: Fire Sprinklers Detect Heat

Actually fire sprinklers are not trigged by smoke. It’s an easy mistake to make, since heat is carried upward with smoke from a fire. But if smoke was the trigger, simply burning your toast in the office kitchen could be enough to drench the kitchen with water from a fire sprinkler head. Fire sprinklers work because high heat triggers the sprinkler system. When a blaze ignites, the air directly above it heats rapidly. This hot air rises and spreads along the ceiling. When the air is hot enough and reaches a sprinkler head, it triggers a chain reaction. Most sprinkler heads feature a glass bulb filled with a glycerin-based liquid. This liquid expands when it comes in contact with air heated to between 135 and 165 degrees. When the liquid expands, it shatters its glass confines and the sprinkler head activates.

Step 2: Fire Sprinklers Douse The Fire

Each sprinkler head is attached to a pipe that connects to a reliable water source outside the building. When heat activates a sprinkler head, a valve opens, allowing pressurized water from the pipe system to flow out. It’s important for water in a fire sprinkler system to be pressurized. This allows the water to spray outward in an arc to more thoroughly douse the fire and prevent it from reigniting.

Step 3: Fire Sprinklers Minimize Water Damage

Fortunately, sprinkler heads function individually. Most of the time, fires can be completely extinguished after just one or two sprinklers activate. This allows water damage to be confined to the small area where the fire started. Plus, since fire sprinklers douse fires with about six times less water than a fire hose, their quick action is actually less damaging to your property than a visit from the fire department.


Automatic Fire Sprinkler System

Fire Hydrant Systems

Fire Pump Systems

Fire Hose Reel Systems

Fire Production Systems In Building

Main Components of Fire Protection Systems

When fire safety is mentioned, we can imagine automatic fire sprinklers and fire alarms. However, these are just two of the many systems that protect buildings and their residents. For example, accumulated smoke can cause suffocation and must be controlled by extraction fans. There should also be measures to assist fire fighting systems in buildings as there are conditions where the fire cannot be controlled by fire sprinklers alone. The overview of the key components used in fire protection systems, referring to sendhamarai teams with related requirements.

Automatic Fire Sprinklers

All newly constructed commercial or industrial buildings require automatic fire sprinkler systems for survival, property protection, firefighter safety and to reduce business hazards. These systems include a series of connected pipes and fittings, fire valves, fire alarm starting devices and automatic fire sprinklers supplied by a reliable water supply.
For the fire sprinkler system contractor, decisions regarding the design and installation of the automatic fire sprinkler system are made with input from a variety of sources. Research and planning are required to select the right design choices, and education and experience must be used to develop appropriate protection against existing hazards. Of the many factors involved in the decision-making process, an important choice is the automatic sprinkler system to be installed. Some buildings may require more than one setup.

Fire Alarm Systems

The fire alarm system is designed to alert us to emergencies so that we can take action to protect ourselves, employees and the public. Fire alarms are found in offices, factories and public buildings that are part of our daily routine but are often overlooked until an emergency occurs, which can save our lives. Irrespective of the method of detection, if the alarm is activated, the sound will operate to exit the building, warning that there is a risk of fire. The fire alarm system may also include a remote signal system that can then alert firefighters through the central station.

Fire Hydrant System

Fire Hydrant System Installation has a piping system directly connected to the water supply center to supply water to each hydrant edge to provide firefighters with water to fight the fire. The water is ejected in the form of a fire extinguisher, which is then pumped and sprayed on the fire. Where the water supply is unreliable or inadequate, hydrant pumps should be provided to compress the fire current. The pipe system is always under water pressure. When activated to extinguish a fire, it will immediately start the water supply and the main hydrant pump automatically. To meet small leaks, a jack pump is installed to maintain the pipe net under pressure. When the pre-set water pressure drops due to leaks or any other reason, the jack will automatically run and stop at the preset pressure. During actual fire operation, the small capacity jackpot pump will not be able to maintain pressure, so the main pump will automatically operate and provide the rated water level to the system. Automatic instantaneous water supply system is available from all Hydrant Posts.

Fire Pumps Systems

The fire pump is an integral part of the fire sprinkler system because it provides high pressure water access to the fire sprinkler system, which increases the water flow rate. To understand how a fire pump works, it is essential to understand. The fire pump is more than its name - a pump - it is an integral part of the system, but the whole system is made up of a motor - or drive - and controller. As part of a fire sprinkler system, a fire pump receives water from an underground water supply or water tank, lake or reservoir, and is powered by electricity or diesel fuel. The high pressure supplied by the pump distributes the water through the sprinkler system and hose stand pipes. Conventional fire pumps include horizontal split case, vertical split case, vertical in-line and vertical turbine. The most common type of fire pump is the horizontal split case. These pipes are very economical for high flow applications and easily accessible for repair or maintenance.

Fire Hose Reel

Fire hose reels are located in planned locations in buildings to provide a reasonably accessible and controlled water supply to extinguish fires. Pipes, water supply and pipe reels in fire hose reel systems are strategically located in the building, ensuring proper water protection to fight fire. The system can be operated manually or automatically, either by opening the valve or pulling the hose, usually to allow water to flow into the hose at a distance of 30 meters. The system activates the pressure loss pump to ensure suitable water flow and pressure, usually to deliver the water jet at least 10 meters away from the nozzle.


Industrial Fire Safety

Industrial Fire Safety is the set of practices intended to reduce the destruction caused by fire. Industrial Fire Safety measures include those that are intended to prevent ignition of an uncontrolled fire.

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Automatic Fire Fighting

Active fire protection systems include hoses, water spray, deluge, sprinklers, firewater monitors, and steam rings around flanges. In most cases the principal firefighting medium is water.

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Best Fire Extinguisher Dealers in Chennai, Safety Shield & Automatic Fire Equipment is a top reputaion Company in the india. Support & Delivery Geniune Products with in 48 Hours.

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