Fire Pump Manufacturers

Looking for a fire pump manufacturer?

Fire pumps are a critical piece of equipment to a buildings sprinkler system. There are several different types available depending on the system. Some popular configurations include horizontal split case, vertical turbine, and end suction pumps.

But which one is right for you? A fire pump manufacturer can help you analyze your system criteria in order to recommend the right type and size for your job.

To get you started we have listed a few manufacturers and distributors.

More information about fire pumps:

A fire pump is designed to quickly deliver water to douse a fire before it has a chance to spread. When one of the sprinklers in the building detects a high level of heat, the power is automatically triggered, and the pump begins working immediately.

Fire pumps are commonly used in buildings whose upper floors are too high to be reached with the pressure of the local water supply.

Most are powered by either an electric power source or a diesel engine.

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Dover Corporation recently announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire the Maag Group, a pump manufacturer headquartered in Zurich Switzerland.

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