Fire pump solution

The HSC Firepak is an integrated fire pump solution in a compact design.

08/04/2014


The HSC Firepak is an integrated fire pump solution that features a compact Plug and Leave design and it features a pump and motor mounted on a steel base. Courtesy: Armstrong Fluid TechnologyArmstrong Fluid Technology's HSC Firepak is an integrated fire pump solution that features a compact "Plug and Leave" design that provides fire safety professionals with a complete fire pump solution. Features include a selection of complete, pre-configured solutions, readily available CAD drawings, specifications, dimensions, and pricing data. It also has a small footprint and is designed for quick installation. It has a single source of responsibility for all aspects of the package and the assembly is leakproof. The pump and motor are mounted on a steel base, which means only one alignment check is required. Product features include pressure up to 250 psi and the option of an electric or diesel driver.

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