2000 Series End-Suction Fire Pump

AC Fire Pump offers a range of end-suction pumps.
The 2000 Series fire pumps are designed to provide water to stand pipe, sprinkler, chemical mitigation and hydrant systems for fire suppression in industrial and commercial facilities.
The top centerline discharge with foot supported casing simplifies piping layout and reduces problems associated with piping strain.
Impellers are hydraulically balanced to extend bearing life and assure smoother operation.
The rear pullout design comes with spacer coupling for ease of maintenance.
You do not need to disturb the driver or piping when removing rotating element

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8100 Series Horizontal Split Case Fire Pumps

AC Fire Pump offers a range of split case pumps with spacing-saving designs to simplify pump room layout.
The 8100 Series fire pump is designed to provide water to stand pipe, sprinkler, chemical mitigation and hydrant systems for fire suppression in industrial and commercial facilities.
Suction and discharge flanges are on a common centerline for easy installation.
Impellers are dynamically balanced to reduce vibration and potential wear.
In compliance with NFPA #20, UL, ULC, FM and ANSI.

8200 Series Horizontal Split Case Fire Pumps

AC Fire Pump offers a range of split case pumps with spacing-saving designs to simplify pump room layout.
The 8200 Series 2-stage fire pump is designed for high pressure applications such as high rise buildings and skyscrapers.
The fire pump is intended to provide water to stand pipe, sprinkler, chemical mitigation and hydrant systems for fire suppression in industrial and commercial facilities.
Impellers are dynamically balanced to reduce vibration and potential wear.
In compliance with NFPA #20, UL, ULC, FM and ANSI.

Jockey Pumps | AC Fire | Xylem

Jockey pumps or sprinkler system pressure maintenance pumps are a low cost yet essential component of a fire pump sprinkler system.
Typically the jockey pump is sized to 1% of the fire pumps rated flow.
There are several types of jockey pumps each having their advantages to a given application.