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UL FM Diesel Fire Water Pump
|Rated Flow||2500GPM||Rated Head||120m|
UL FM Diesel Fire Water Pump,
2500GPM UL FM Diesel Fire Water Pump,
2500GPM UL FM Fire Pump
UL Listed FM Approved 2500 GPM Diesel Engine Driven Fire Pump
NFPA 20 requires that the engine shall have HP rating listed by a testing laboratories,
(UL/FM) or be not less than 10% greather than the maximum brake HP required by
the pump. A deduction of 3% of the power shall be made for each 1000 feet rise in
altitude above 300 ft. and 1% for each 10 degrees F. Above 77 degrees F. Ambient
temp. Minimum instrumentation and control shall include: adjustable speed governor,
over speed shutdown device set apporx. 20% above rated engine speed. tachometer
with hour meter, oil pressure gauge and temperature gauge.
|Pump||NMFire Split Case|
|Standard||UL/FM NFPA 20|
|Type of the pump||SCF2500200-500S|
|Fire engine||NMFIRE NM6-135 UL listed 280kw|
|Control Panel||Tornatech UL/FM GPD-24-220|
|Main Relief Valve||Cla-Val UL/FM 2050B4KG1 6”|
|Flow meter||GVI FM 8”-2500-G|
|Waste Cone||NMFIRE 6”~10”|
|Jockey Pump||CNP non-listed CDL5-24|
Fire Pumps shall meet the following basic requirements:
1. Each pump is to be tested hydrostatically for not less than 5 miniutes. The test pressure is to be not less
than 1.5 times the maximum working pressure of the pump, but in no case less than 250 psi (1724kpa)
2. A pump shall develop not less than 65 percent of the rated total head when discharging at 1.5 times rated
capacity. The maximum net pressure for a fire pump shall not exceed 140 percent of the rated head.
3. The maximum pump brake horsepower shall not exceed the HP rating its driver, including service factor.