Extinguishing water system "dry"
- Support from CWS fire protection officer
- Planning & project engineering
- Instruction / Training
- Extinguishing water can be brought quickly to the affected floors without having to lay hose lines
Extinguishing water system "dry" - advice, installation & maintenance
Extinguishing water systems "dry" support the fire brigade in the event of an emergency in order to ensure rapid fire-fighting operations. They make a decisive contribution to ensuring that extinguishing water is quickly and reliably available where it is needed in the event of a fire. In addition, the use of these systems keeps escape routes free, as the installation of fixed pipelines reduces or even completely avoids the use of hose lines in escape and rescue routes. They thus make a decisive contribution to minimising damage and successfully saving human lives.
A "dry" extinguishing water system consists of a feed device, extraction devices, aerators and drainage units. The basis for planning is DIN 14462 (Extinguishing water facilities - Planning, installation, operation and maintenance of wall hydrant systems and systems with above-ground and underground hydrants). In addition, any existing regional or object-specific specifications must be included in the planning. Within the scope of these, CWS Fire Safety will be happy to support you in implementing them in accordance with the standards.
Maintenance of "dry" extinguishing water systems: Proper maintenance of this type of extinguishing water system is crucial to ensure proper functioning in the event of a fire. This is carried out at intervals of no more than two years. The systems are filled with water and tested for strength by our experts. In addition, a pressure and volume flow measurement is carried out. Professional testing equipment is used for this. Furthermore, the general system structure is checked. Any defects are thus reliably detected and can be eliminated. For your safety.
All-round carefree package: We carry out the local inspection, professional planning of the extinguishing system, nationwide installation and commissioning as well as regular maintenance and servicing.
- Uninterrupted fire fighting
Water is a natural extinguishing agent.