FIRE PUMPS

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 Fire Pumps.

In the case of a fire the fire-pump delivers the water via the pipe-system to the fire sprinklers to suppress the fire. Fire pumps are powered either by an electric motor or a diesel engine.

Electric Fire Pump

Our electric fire pumps are sold in a cast iron pump casing with a mechanical seal and coupling through a flexible coupling spacer within a three-phase asynchronous electric motor. Our fire fighting units come complete with a main electric pump mounted on a painted steel base and are electrically wired to the electrical control panel.

Diesel Fire Pump

Our diesel fire pumps are sold in a cast iron pump casing with a mechanical seal and coupling performed by means of a flexible coupling spacer with a diesel engine. The fire fighting unit is complete with a main pump mounted on a painted steel base, electrically wired to the electrical control panel installed on a board skid.

Twin Fire Pump

Our twin electric/diesel fire pumps are sold in a cast iron pump casing with a mechanical seal and coupling through a flexible coupling spacer within a three-phase asynchronous motor diesel engine fitted in compliance with EN 12845. Our fire fighting units come with 1 electric main pumps, 1 diesel main pump and a jockey pump mounted on a painted steel base, electrically wired to the electrical control panels.

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For over 20 years Murphy Pump Services has been providing industrial, agricultural and domestic pumping systems and solutions throughout Ireland. Our experienced team are adept at overcoming the challenges and meeting the requirements of your business or home in our ever changing environment.

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Murphy Pump Services Ltd,
Unit 25, North Point Business Park,
Mallow Road,
Cork.

Phone: 021-4884626
Mobile: 087-2848597
Email: david@murphypumps.com

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