At Fire Protection Team, we want to make sure your building is always safeguarded by the right fire protection equipment. That’s why, if your Connecticut or New Hampshire building has a fire sprinkler system, we may recommend installing a fire pump to ensure adequate water pressure when fighting a fire.
Let our highly trained technicians handle the tasks of installing, replacing, inspecting, testing, and repairing your fire pump. Our 25 years of experience makes us highly qualified for the job.
Reach our Cheshire, CT or Hooksett, NH office locations at 203.250.1115 to schedule fire pump services today or contact us online.
Fire Pump Installation & Replacement
When a fire breaks out in your building, you want to feel confident in your sprinkler system’s ability to douse the flames. A fire pump gives you this peace of mind.
The job of a fire pump is to detect dips in water pressure that could cause a mere drizzle to exit the sprinkler heads. The pump turns on automatically to tap into an onsite water tank and supplement the pressure provided by the municipal water supply. This makes your sprinklers more effective at battling a fire and may prevent the flames from spreading beyond the ignition site.
Hiring FPT to install a fire pump in your warehouse or high rise building is an important first step to ensuring optimal sprinkler performance. We can also upgrade your fire pump if your firefighting needs have changed or your equipment has become outdated.
Fire Pump Inspection & Testing
When was the last time you hired a professional to test your fire pump? Depending on your requirements, FPT can perform monthly, quarterly, or annual inspections as needed. We verify the proper operation of electric, diesel, and propane fire pumps as described in NFPA 20.
During our inspections, we make sure you’re familiar with how the equipment operates and check that every device is in proper working order. Here are the components we examine:
- Pump house
- Heating and ventilating louvers
- Jockey pumps
- Controls and power
- Suction and discharge flow
- All other fire pump system components
24-Hour Emergency Fire Pump Repair
The most common time to spot problems with a fire pump is during a routine test. However, if you notice a problem between inspections, don’t hesitate to call FPT for an emergency repair.
We’ll come to your facility immediately to troubleshoot the equipment and determine precisely what’s wrong. If the machinery requires a repair, we’ll complete the job quickly and efficiently to prevent leaving your business vulnerable for an extended time.
Schedule Fire Pump Services for Your Business in Connecticut or New Hampshire
You only want a reliable, experienced company to install, replace, inspect, test, and repair your fire pump. When you require these services in your Connecticut or New Hampshire building, call FPT. We’ll put our experience to use for you, ensuring your system is fully code-compliant and ready to go in an emergency.
Please contact Fire Protection Team to schedule fire pump services or request a quote.