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Fire Pump Systems

 During a bushfire event the electricity network is often the first to fail, followed by a reduction in mains water pressure. 

We recommend a stand alone fire pump to utilise the water stored in a tank, pool or dam to protect your home.

Ensuring you have water pressure to protect your home is the logical first step.

PRODUCTS

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Draw water from a tank / pool / dam

The suction line of your pump should not be restricted, all fittings need to be the same or a larger size than the inlet to your pump.

The main destroyer of fire pumps is running them dry, or not priming them. Avoid this with a valve at the bottom of your tank or a foot valve if drawing from a pool or dam. Both methods allow you to flood the suction line prior to starting the pump.

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Fire pump accessories

Utilise the full potential of your pump with our unique range of fittings and adapters.

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Distribution Hoses

Connecting your equipment is simple with our hose fittings and adapters

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Nozzles / Sprinklers

Our nozzles are quality Australian made units and the Rainmaker Bushfire Sprinkler range will automate the wetting down of your home.