Fire Hydrant Block Plan

At Fire Central, we can provide professional fire hydrant block plans for commercial buildings and industrial sites. A fire hydrant block plan is a diagram or plan that provides essential information about the location and details of fire hydrants within a specific area, typically a building or a site. These plans are an important component of fire safety and emergency response planning.

Fire hydrant block plans are used by firefighters, building management, and emergency responders to quickly locate and access fire hydrants in the event of a fire or other emergencies. They are an essential part of any fire protection system.

We ensure that every aspect of your fire hydrant system fully complies with all Australian Standards and NCC guidelines.

Fire Hydrant Block Plan

There are a number of key components to any hydrant block plan that need to be taken into account.

Fire Hydrant Hot Spot

Location of Fire Hydrants

The plan clearly indicates the precise locations of all fire hydrants within the designated area. This includes hydrants inside or outside a building, on the premises, or in proximity to the site.

Hydrant Identification

Each hydrant needs to be labeled or numbered for easy identification. These labels or numbers correspond to identifiers used in other documents and during emergency operations.

Pipe Sizes and Connections

The plan should include information about the size and type of pipes connected to the hydrants to help firefighters to determine the water flow and pressure available from each hydrant.

Valve Locations

Isolation valves control the flow of water to the hydrants, so it’s important that valve locations are indicated on the plan. This helps in case there's a need to shut off the water supply to a specific hydrant.

Access Points

Access points or pathways to reach the hydrants should be marked on the plan. These include roads, driveways or pathways that should be kept clear and accessible at all times.

Water Source

The source of water supply for the hydrants, such as water mains or on-site water tanks, should be indicated on the plan.

Flow Rates and Pressures

Information about the flow rates and pressures available at each hydrant can be useful for helping firefighters assess the capability of each hydrant.

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At Fire Central, we are your trusted fire protection system experts. We can supply, install and maintain all types of fire detection and alarm systems including fire sprinkler systems, fire hydrant systems, non-water fire suppression systems, fire extinguishers and blankets and more.

We offer a range of specialised services including ESM maintenance, EWIS system testing and compliance and more.

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We recently had Fire Central install the new fire hydrant and fire alarm system at our Burwood Highway project, and we couldn't be happier with the results. The technicians were extremely knowledgeable and efficient, and the company director (Khurram) always remained available in person or on call whenever we needed to discuss the project. He was quick to respond to any of our queries and worked together with us to complete the project in time. I highly recommend Fire Central for anyone in need of reliable fire protection services.

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Fire Central has recently completed the installation of fire sprinkler and fire alarm system for one of my educational facilities in West Melbourne. It was a pleasure to work with them. They are thoroughly professional and willing to go an extra mile to ensure that their clients are satisfied. They have truly exceeded my expectations.

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