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Fire pump: Armstrong Fluid Technology

April 21, 2014
KEYWORDS assembly / flow / footprint / pump
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HSC-FirePak-042113-body.jpgThe HSC Firepak™ from Armstrong features a compact design, which officials describe as a “plug and leave” design. The company also said it features readily available CAD drawings, specifications, dimensions, and pricing data. It has a small footprint, leakproof assembly, and the pump and motor are mounted on a steel base. The fire pump is factory pressure tested. Connections are up to 12 in and pressure is up to 250 psi. Flow is up to 3,000 USgpm and the driver can be electric or diesel.
 
www.armstrongfluidtechnology.com

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