This Mobile Fire Pump Pulverizes Industrial Blazes by Flowing Over 16,000 Gallons of Water Per Minute
Meet US Fire Pump, bad-ass industrial firefighter specialists who are highly trained and certified in industrial and shipboard firefighting, hazardous materials, paramedics, etc. They possess the “largest fleet of emergency response equipment in the world,” which includes state-of-the-art mobile pump systems that are capable of flowing 16,000 gallons of water per minute! Their mobile fire pumps range from 2,000 GPM to 20,000 GPM. Their mobile submersible fire pumps range from 2,000 GPM to 40,000 GPM, and their monitor trailers are available from 1,250 GPM to 25,000 GPM. These higher capacity pumps, drones with thermal imaging capability, and US Fire Pump’s advanced tactics have been a force to be reckoned with and have even reportedly surpassed the Navy’s capabilities.
US Fire Pump Systems include the Mobile Pump Unit, the Skid Pump Unit, and the Engine Submersible Pump. The Mobile Pump Unit emphasizes how rapidly moving firefighting equipment into position can significantly increase the chances of a positive outcome to an industrial fire. It has a performance of up to 6,250 GPM from draft and in excess of 10,000 GPM from a pressurized source. By providing instant mobility and high-water flow to any department, the Mobile Pump Unit is a must-have.
Robust and compact in size, the Skid Pump Unit features a heavy-duty 4in x 4in carbon cage, lifting eyes, and forklift holes on the bottom rail. Its versatility is key as it comes with many different pump and engine configurations. These strong pump systems offer high flow rates up to 6,250 GPM from draft and exceed 10,000 GPM from a pressurized source.
The Engine Submersible Pump, otherwise known as the ESP 9000, is a submersible pump system. It’s so powerful and expansive that it can extend the reach of some natural existing water sources, for example, a lake or river. Constructed on a heavy-duty frame, the ESP 9000 is rated at 9000 GPM and features a 16” discharge with 12” coupling, and an 18” impeller. For mighty fires, it offers a 10-hour run time to pulverize an industrial blaze. It’s rated at 9000 GPM, and is considered to be cost-effective, resilient, and offers seamless installation.
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