Wet System

A fire hydrant system, also known as a fire wet system, is an essential fire safety facility in buildings and public spaces. Its main function is to provide a high-pressure water supply for firefighting and fire suppression purposes. 

A fire hydrant system typically consists of an underground network of pipes and strategically placed fire hydrants. These fire hydrants are equipped with valves that can be opened to access the water supply when needed.

During a fire incident, firefighters can connect hoses to the fire hydrants and use the high-pressure water flow to spray water onto the fire, effectively controlling its spread and conducting firefighting operations. The high-pressure water supply and flow of the fire hydrant system enable firefighters to have a powerful firefighting capability.

Fire hydrant systems offer several advantages:

Regular maintenance and testing are crucial to ensure the proper functioning of fire hydrant systems. This includes regular inspections of the fire hydrants’ operational status, testing water pressure and flow rates, and keeping the area around the fire hydrants clear and accessible. 

In conclusion, fire hydrant systems are critical facilities for ensuring the safety of buildings and public spaces. They provide a fast and reliable high-pressure water supply, enabling firefighters to effectively suppress fires, control their spread, and protect lives and property.

Fire Hose Reel and Hoses

Fire Hydrant Valve

Float Control Equipment

Vortex Inhibitor

Sprinkler System

Valves and Fitting

Flow Control Equipment

Pressure Switch