FireSet Vertical Turbine Diesel & Electric

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  • Summary
  • Applications

    Fire-protection of buildings and other built infrastructure

  • Description

    The Armstrong vertical turbine (VT) fire pumps are the only pump type allowed to draw water from below-grade sources. Unlike centrifugal designs, vertical turbine fire pumps can be used with water supply levels that are below the pump suction. VT pumps don’t need priming as their impellers stay submerged in water at all times.

  • Configuration

    Electric (50 Hz and 60 Hz) and diesel-driven designs

Flexible and easy installation and start-up

  • Variable column length suites differing supply water levels
  • Vertical turbine design accommodates various types of water supplies (wells, reservoirs (above or below ground), ponds, streams, storage tanks (above or below ground)
  • Available models cover a wide capacity and pressure range
  • Permanently submerged impellers eliminate need for priming

Design Envelope

Lowest installed cost. Lowest operating cost.


Low operating risk

  • Steep pump performance curves ensure minimal flow variations during system pressure changes

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