Underground hydrant

The underground hydrants sunk into the ground provide an easily accessible supply of fire-fighting water for the fire brigade.

Underground hydrant

Underground hydrant

Services

  • Support from CWS fire protection officer
  • Installation
  • Consulting
  • Maintenance
  • Acceptance
  • Planning & project engineering
  • Commissioning
  • Instruction / Training

Highlights

  • Different versions of underground hydrants available

Underground hydrant - advice & maintenance

Underground hydrants are valves sunk into the ground, which are directly connected to the water supply. They are usually located under a street cap and are used to enable the fire brigade, in the event of a fire, to draw water on-site if necessary.

Underground hydrants are marked from the outside by hydrant signs, which mark the exact position of the hydrant. A standpipe is required for water withdrawal, which is attached to the underground hydrant with a claw. The main shut-off valve is operated from above with a hydrant key. Underground hydrants are either installed at the roadside or at event sites.

Variants of underground hydrants:

  1. Height-adjustable underground hydrants
  2. Tele-hydrants (nominal diameters DN 80 and DN 100)

Maintenance of underground hydrants: Underground hydrants must be inspected by a competent person at least once a year. With a maintenance contract from CWS Fire Safety, regular maintenance is carried out automatically, which means that important deadlines are always met.

Rundum-Sorglos-Paket

CWS Fire Safety bietet Ihnen die Installation, Abnahme und Instandsetzung von Unterflurhydranten an.

Advantages

  • No spatial restrictions, as the underground hydrant can be lowered into the ground

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