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|Casing:||Ductile Cast Iron||Impeller:||SS304|
|Shaft:||AISI 4340||Seal:||Gland Packing|
ul listed fire pumps,
horizontal split case fire pump
UL / FM Non Listed Split Case Fire Pump Capacity 750 M3/H @ 105m Diesel Engine
Horizontal split case pumps are the most common type of fire pump. These pumps are specifically designed and tested for fire service applications where reliability of performance is of vital importance. Split case pumps are characterized by: • Easy access to all working parts; • Rugged construction; • Liberal water passages; and • Efficient operation.
|Rated Flow||3000 GPM / min (2100 rpm)|
|Rated Head||155 psi|
|Pump : NM Fire (UL)||SCF 250-200-430|
|Casing||Ductile Cast Iron|
|Diesel Engine: Demaas (FM)||DF15TIH-H / 373KW/ 2100 rpm|
|Control Panel: Eaton (UL/FM)||FD120-L1|
|Jockey Pump: CNP (non-listed)||CDL12-10 / 10m³/h / 110m|
Split case fire pumps are specified when the source of water is located above the surface of the ground and provides a positive suction pressure to the pump at any performance point. Single-stage or multistage pumps are available dependent upon discharge pressure requirements.
NM FIRE is the first member of NFPA and European Fire Sprinkler Network from Chinese pump manufacturers.
After getting UL & FM certificates for fire pumps, UL certificate for fire fighting diesel engines, which is the most technically
difficult in NFPA20 system has been gotten again. Since then, NM Fire became the first enterprise in China which has got
international fire fighting certificate for diesel engine, breaking European and American brand’s hundreds years of Long-term
monopoly for global listed products. NM Fire’s mission is to protect the safety for life and property, dedicate to improve research
level of fire technology in China and produce safe, reliable products in accordance with the world first-class technical standard,
to meet the requirement of rapid economic development in China and become the preferred partner in many projects of
“the Belt and Road”
Contact Person: Kathy Wong