Fire hydrant and charged riser systems provide a means to deliver water to the Fire Service on large sites and within buildings to permit manual fire fighting and rescue activities.
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Fire hydrant and charged riser systems within buildings should be designed, installed, maintainedand tested in accordance with the requirements of IS code of - Fire Hydrant Systems For Buildings.
Site fire hydrant systems should be designed, installed, maintained and tested in accordance with the requirements of IS code of - Fire Hydrant Systems For Buildings.
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There are a number of different terms that have been used to describe different types of risers within buildings, these are explained below.
A vertical pipe installed in a building for fire fighting purposes, fitted with inlet connections at fire brigade access level and landing valves at specified points. The pipe is normally dry and is charged with water by pumping from Fire Service appliances.
A vertical pipe installed in a building for fire fighting purposes and permanently charged with water from a pressurized supply sufficient for fire fighting, and fitted with landing valves at specified points.
A hydrant main installed in a building for fire fighting purposes, fitted with inlet connections at fire brigade access level and outlet assemblies at specified points. The riser is normally pressurised with water for monitoring purposes via a small diameter pipe connection. Water for fire fighting purposes is provided by pumping water into the inlet from the fire service appliances.
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