Fire Hydrant System

Fire Hydrant System

Cease Fire & Electrical Services gives complete Fire Hydrant system (Fire Hydrant System, Hydrant pump, Hydrant hose reel, Hydrant Valve, Canvas Hose, Hose Box, Booster pump, Monoblock pump) services from installation, testing, commissioning and maintenance last 25 years.

We are recognized Fire Hydrant System supplier and trader in Mumbai – Maharashtra – India.


We are an affluent name of the industry engaged in trading and supplying a finest range of Hydrant System. Offered products are precision engineered by making use of technologies and tools in compliance with industry laid parameters. The Fire hydrants are most commonly used water-based suppression systems for general fire fighting requirements. A fire hydrant, also called a fireplug, fire pump, johnny pump, or simply pump, is a connection point by which firefighters can tap into a water supply. It is a component of active fire protection.

Fire Hydrants Features:

  • Easy-installation
  • Low maintenance
  • Cost-effective
  • High tensile strength
  • Abrasion & corrosion resistance

Fire Fighting Hydrant Systems are the most commonly used systems, in many residential and industrial projects. If you have ever seen a "Red" colour pipe, circulating around a building or factory, you have seen a Fire Hydrant Pipe. In most news clippings about a fire, you can see a fireman shooting water up to 8stories high or more, that fire man is using the Fire Hydrant System. Such is the power of the Fire Hydrant System that water can be shot right up to 8 floor, directly into the fire.

IS IT ALWAYS NECESSARY TO PROVIDE FIRE PROTECTION WITH FIRE HYDRANT SYSTEMS?
Fire Hydrant Systems forms the basis, of Fire Protection Systems, without Fire Hydrant System a Fire Protection System cannot be called a Fire Protection System. It will be a superficial system. (With respect to large areas, in general). Fire Hydrant System installation is relatively easy..

HOW DO FIRE HYDRANT SYSTEMS FUNCTION?
A special well is dug, called "Fire Well", where water is stored throughout the year for 365days. This water well is connected to the pump room. From the pump room, there are two to three main pipes. These pipes form a network of pipe that cover the factory compound and the factory. The pump has the work, to continuously filling all the pipes connected with water under pressure. The pressure is nearly 7bar to 10bar.

When a fire is seen by a person, he activates the hydrant system and points it in the direction of the fire. A very strong flow of water now, attacks the fire and the fire is eventually extinguished. The pump continuously pumps the water to maintain the system pressure.

WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF FIRE HYDRANT SYSTEMS?
Fire Hydrant Systems are very strong and can be used from medium to large sized fires. Fire Hydrant Systems, have a long range. Since the Fire Hydrant System is spread out, the fire hydrant can attack fire from different angles. This entire systems requires low maintenance and virtually, does not leak water. Besides this, Fire Hydrant Systems have a long life.

WHAT ARE THE DISADVANTAGES OF FIRE HYDRANT SYSTEMS?
There are few disadvantages. The first is that it has to be manually activated. The flow of Fire Hydrant System is so strong that, there are two men required to hold the water hose. Fire Hydrant System, may cause damage to the instruments or machines.

Fire Hydrant systems are very popular and hence many, Clients search only for Fire Hydrant Companies or Fire Hydrant System Suppliers; but the important thing to understand is that it may not be the most efficient system.


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We provide these Fire Hydrant System services all across India in cities like

Mumbai (Dadar, Bandra, Andheri, Borivilli, Palghar, Churchgate, Fort, Vasai, Sion, Chembur, Kalyan, kurla, Virar, Belapur, Ghatkopar), Navi Mumbai, Vashi, Thane, Shirdi, Vapi, Lonavala, Lavasa, Matheran, Mahabaleshwar, Nagpur, Aurangabad, Solapur, Kolhapur, Surat, Pune, Ahmedabad, Nashik, Ratnagiri, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Baroda, Goa.