FireSet Vertical In-Line

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FireSet Vertical In-Line
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  • Summary
  • Applications

    Fire-protection of buildings and other built infrastructure.

  • Description

    The Armstrong Vertical In-Line (VIL) fire pumps are ideal for applications where space is at a premium. The vertical in-line design saves up to 60% of floor space compared to equivalent horizontal split-case installations. 

  • Materials

    Metal pump and components; electric motor

  • Configuration

    50 Hz and 60 Hz designs. UL, ULC, and/or FM certified solutions available

  • Performance range

    50 – 1500 USgpm, ideal in lower flow, low head applications

Lower installed cost and smaller footprint

  • Lower pump cost compared to horizontal split-case and end-suction designs at equivalent duties
  • Vertical In-Line design for eliminating onsite inertia base, off-set piping, and motor-pump alignments
  • Vertical motor positioning for up to 60% lower footprint compared to horizontal split-case designs. Suitable for tight spaces not accessible to other fire pump configurations
Design Envelope

Lowest installed cost. Lowest operating cost.


Lower operating risk

  • Superior mechanical features including standard packing, permanently greased motor bearings, and seal recirculation lines reduce maintenance downtime by up to 20% compared to standard fire pump products

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