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Fire Pumps

Split Case Fire Pumps

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  • Capacities to 5000 gpm (18,925 I/min)
  • Pressures to 640 psi (44.1 bar)
  • Suction and discharge flanges are on a common centerline
  • Electric motor or diesel engine drivers 
  • Dynamically balanced impeller (s)
  • Anti-rotation pins a casing split
  • Casing rings sealed to casing housing by o-rings
  • Double-row outboard ball thrust bearings
  • No snap rings used in pump construction
  • Minimum bearing span
  • Sleeves held in compression by outside sleeve nuts

Inline Fire Pumps

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  • Capacities to 1500 gpm (5,678 I/min)
  • Pressures to 167 psi (11.5 bar)
  • Suction and discharge flanges are on a common centerline
  • Suction and discharge flanges are of equal size
  • Compact space saving design
  • Dynamically balanced impeller
  • Bearing free design
  • Self venting (No air release required)
  • One stuffing box cuts leakage
  • No foundation or pads required
  • Top pullout design
  • No straight pipe required on suction side to meet NFP #20 requirements

Vertical Turbine Fire Pumps

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  • Capacities to 5000 gpm (18,925 I/min)
  • Pressures 500 psi (34.4 bar)
  • Required by NFPA #20 when operating under a static suction lift condition
  • Electric motor or diesel engine drivers
  • Dynamically balanced impellers
  • Stainless steel line shaft and coupling (s)
  • Open lineshaft design provides for product lubrication of the bearings
  • Available in special materials of construction for salt water applications
  • Provided with a bronze suction straine

Valves

Control Valves

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  • UL listed and FM approved control valves
  • Pressure relief, reducing and sustaining valves
  • Deluge valves (electric and pneumatic)
  • Suction control valves
  • Altitude tank fill valves
  • Air release valves
  • Hydrant valves
  • UL listed fire pump casing relief valves

Fire Valves - Fire Fighting and Hose Equipment

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  • UL listed and FM approved OS&Y gate valves, grooved and water butterfly valves with tamper switches, grooved and flanged check valves, post indicator valves and flexible sprinkler connections
  • Fire hoses, valves, hose cabinets and access panels
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Pressure reducing and floor control valves
  • And lots more!!

Fire Pump Control Panels

Control Panels

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  • UL listed and FM approved
  • Reduced voltage starting available (Part winding, primary resistance, wye delta open, wye delta closed, soft start/soft stop and autotransformer types)
  • Variable frequency drive (VFD) control panels available
  • Automatic power transfer switches available
  • UL 508 approved jockey pump control panels
  • Remote alarm and low suction control panels

Ken-Jo-Matic Pressure Pumps

Ken-Jo-Matic Pressure Pumps

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  • UL 508 listed components
  • Capacities to 1.6 gpm (6 I/min)
  • Pressures to 170 psi (11.7 bar)
  • Built in pressure relief valve
  • 1/2" brass union installed at the sensing line inlet connection for easy pressure switch maintenance
  • 8" high pressure flexible inlet/outlet connections with 1/2" swivels
  • Prewired control unit that is suitable for wall mounting
  • Great for use as a jockey pressure maintenance pump or in parallel with alarm check valves in avoid nuisance alarms

Fiberglass Water Storage

Containment Solutions

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  • UL 1316 listed - Glass fiber reinforced plastic
  • Meets or exceeds the requirements of ANSI/AWWA-D120
  • NFPA #20 and NFPA #22 compliant
  • Tanks will withstand surface HS-20 axle loads (32,000 lbs. / axle)
  • Atmospheric pressure only; supplied with proper venting
  • Supplied with 22" manway and cap (30" or 36" sizes optional)
  • Supplied with gusseted tangential flanged bottom nozzle
  • Flexible piping connectors available
  • Automatic water level control systems

Suppliers

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