The Allied Pumps range of Package Fire Pumps (Fire Protection Pumpsets, Fire Hydrant Pumps) were developed to cater for growing demand for specialised turnkey systems compliant with Australian standard AS2941:2013 for Fire Pumps.
Fire fighting pumps from Allied Pumps are available in diesel and electric drive configurations, assembled on a common fabricated base with pipework manifolds, valves, all relevant controls and accessories to provide a fully automated system. Systems are engineered and fabricated in strict adherence to all relevant fire codes.
Building Fire Pumps
With the need to build up rather than out, special consideration needs to be taken to meet adequate fire safety. Buildings that exceed 4 - 500 feet, the higher floors are often beyond the pumping capacity of fire departments. This can result in loss of life or property in the event of a fire.
Consequently, the purpose of a fire pump is to ensure the fire sprinklers work the way they’re supposed to, by increasing the firefighting capacity of a building by boosting the pressure in the hydrant service when mains is not enough, or when tank fed. The higher the building the more pressure is needed to keep the water pressure at an adequate level to extinguish flames.
Where are Fire Pumps Used
Fire water pumps are found in systems where the local municipal water system cannot provide sufficient pressure. Fire Pumps are used in buildings such as apartment blocks, hotels and hospitals. They are also used in systems that require high terminal pressure from the fire sprinkler to provide a large volume of water, such as those required for storage warehouses. They’re also found in facilities where water supply is provided from a ground level water storage tank. This category includes:
Aged Care Facilities; and
Lifestyle (retirement) villages
ADVANTAGES OF AN ALLIED PUMPS FIRE PROTECTION PUMPSET
Complete Package: Systems can be supplied incorporating diesel engine, electric motor, anti-vibration, fuel tank, batteries, pressure relief valves, heat exchange cooling, etc. All interpiped and interwired on a common base. Full In-House Manufacturing Facilities: Package fire pumpsets are fully fabricated in-house from base through to pipework and switchboards giving ultimate control on quality, economics and project time frame constraints Test Facility to AS2417: Allied Pumps incorporate fully NATA certified test bay facilities with flow capabilities to 700L/sec System Flexibility: Allied Pumps has the capability to engineer a solution to the specific application. From a special to suit an existing plant room to a code compliant system drawing from a below ground tank, Allied Pumps pumpset package will meet the requirements
Single diesel duty fire pump
Single electric duty fire pump
Diesel/Electric duty and standby fire pumps
Dual diesel duty and standby fire pumps
Dual electric duty and standby fire pumps
Complete pipework manifolds or pumpset configuration only
Integral hose reel jacking pump
FIRE WATER TANKS
In conjunction with Allied Pumps Package Fire Pumps, Allied Pumps' Circular and Square / Rectangular Galvanised Steel Panel Liner Tanks are specifically manufactured and tested for fire and other industrial applications.
Cost effective, high quality and manufactured to Australian Fire Tank Standards, Allied Pumps Fire Tanks can be engineered to suit your requirements. The possibility of square or circular configuration marks Allied Tanks as a versatile, complete tank solution.
The Allied Pumps Fire Tanks are compliant with all Australian Standards including AS2419 for tanks and AS2304 for fire tanks.
Allied Pumps offer a wide range of dependable treatment solutions to treat wastewater by-products in industrial and commercial industries.
Allied Pumps’ Industrial Waste & Oily Water Treatment solutions combine leading edge treatment processes with proven mechanical and electrical systems to ensure compliance to regulating requests and offer its’ clients a broad scope of turnkey packages., these include:
Coalescing plate oily water separators
Mining series coalescing plate oily water separators
Allied Pumps extensive range of above and below ground liquid storage tanks have been specifically manufactured and tested for fire, urban, agricultural and industrial applications. Allied Pumps storage tanks offer a cost effective, high quality solution and can be engineered to suit your requirements.
Covering a range of sizes from 10kL, Allied Pumps storage tanks are available in various size configurations and Australian standards compliant. A variety of associated components such as anti-vortex suction assemblies, tank fill valves, inlets, outlets, hatches, ladders and fittings are offered as appropriate to complete the package.
All of our water storage tanks are independently Engineer Certified and manufactured to the Australian Standards listed below:
AS2304-2011 Water storage tanks for fire protection systems
AS1657-2013 Fixed platforms, walkways, stairways and ladders – Design, construction and installation
AS4100 Steel structures
AS4600 Cold form steel structure
AS1170.4 Earthquake loads
AS1170.2 Wind loads
AS/NZS4020 Testing of products for use in contact with drinking water
AS2239 Galvanic (sacrificial) anodes for cathodic protection
AS2419.1 Raw hydrant (tanks)
AS1170.1 Live and dead loads
AS2118 Raw sprinkler systems
Allied Pumps can supply:
Fire water storage tanks (Fire Tanks)
Galvanised water storage tanks
Steel water storage tanks
Water storage tanks (potable water, non-potable water, raw water)
Allied Storage Tanks can store other liquids as required.
Greater community awareness of health and environmental issues in recent years has seen the need for waste and effluent treatment systems of increasing complexity and automation. State-of-the-art instrumentation and process controls are combined with the latest developments in treatment and disinfection technologies, both physical and chemical, to engineer cost effective and reliable solutions to water and wastewater treatment.
Wastewater treatment plants and water recycling systems are designed and manufactured in Western Australia. The treatment systems allow you to treat a contaminated water source, such as process wastewater, contaminated ground water, wash-bay wastewater or storm water runoff, to a level that’s suitable for compliant discharge or reuse.
Allied Pumps have advanced and designed modular sewage and grey water treatment (wastewater treatment) solutions from standardized components to meet customer specifications and ensure compliance with relevant World Health standards and local statutory requirements. Allied Pumps containerised wastewater systems provide flexibility across a range of industries including non-process infrastructure for the mining industry.
Allied Pumps wide range of domestic, industrial and commercial Submersible Pumping Stations (submersible pumps)have been engineered to cover applications from low usage requirements to multi-dwelling residential, commercial and industrial developments.
Domestic and light industrial waste water transfer submersible pump stations combines a Polyethylene sump designed for low usage applications with a range of compact heavy duty submersible pumps. Applications include raw sewage (sewerage), effluent, storm water, subsoil drainage and industrial waste.
Industrial and commercial waste water transfer submersible pump stations are available in precast concrete and packaged fibreglass and have been developed for common effluent schemes where twin pumps or larger storage volumes are required.
A complete range of effluent and sewer pumps and specialised control panels are available to suit almost any requirement from effluent and sewage (sewerage) through to storm water and trade waste.
A specialised range of Packaged Pressure Systems has been engineered to answer the growing demand for precision control and constant pressure to eliminate cycling, pressure fluctuations and cyclic fatigue.
Here at Allied Pumps we offer two generic types of control – Fixed Speed Systems and Variable Speed Systems. Single or multiple pump units can be combined with pressure tanks, valves, gauges, pressure and flow monitoring equipment and many different filtration and treatment options – all mounted on a common frame with interconnecting pipework, manifolds, terminating in a single suction and discharge point for ease of connection.