Fixed motor pumps
Euromast distributor of pumps NFPA20 standard, watches and is constantly informed about new standards in terms of fire protection.
most fire protection companies design their products according to the NFPA20 or UL / FM standard.
Insurance companies generally take no risk and increase costs if the fire system is not designed to these standards and the fire pumps are not NFPA 20 certified.
NFPA 20 defines the installation requirements for stationary pumps for fire protection. This standard is the most common and the most comprehensive.
It is used for fire protection services.
NFPA 20 includes a selection of fire pumps, installation, acceptance testing and operation.
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Electro Jockey Pump
Max operating pressure 30 Bar
Max suction pressure 4 Bar
IEC 34-1 and IP 55 standards
Vertical multistage centrifugal electric pumps
Three-phase electric motor 230-400V-50Hz
Maximum working pressure: 25 Bar
For clean water and non-aggressive or viscous liquids
NFPA20 fire fighting group
Electric and Diesel engine
Flow 520 m3 / h
NFPA20 - UL / FM
NFPA 20 standard electric pump group
Electro-pump flows: 25 m3 / h
Jockey pump flow rate: 2.5 m3 / h
Diesel fire group with horizontal pump
42kW diesel engine (3000 rpm) + 90 liter tank
Flow rate of 90 m3 / h
Height 51 meter
Diesel pump set according to NFPA20 standard
Flow rate of 250 m3 / h
122 m elevation
365 liter tank
Fixed pump unit for water transfer
Flow rates ranging from 700 m3 / h to 8700 m3 / h
Pressure ranging from 60 m to 240 m
Grain size from 2.5 ”to 10”
Horizontal centrifugal pump unit
Up to 182.7 meters
365 liter tank
NFPA 20 standard
Fire engine mounted on portable chassis
DEUTZ Diesel engine
2270 l / min at 3.5 bar
1850 l / min at 6.9 bar
1135 l / min at 10.4 bar
Pump for transfer of aggressive liquids
Capacity up to 350 m3 / h
Height up to 105 m
Speed up to 2900 rpm
Fire pump group on skid
EFP-180-12D CAST IRONPerformance:
IVECO Diesel engine
180m3 / H at 12 Bar
EN 12845 standard
Diesel fire engine mounted on skid with electric starter
Deutz 4-stroke four-cylinder diesel engine
Maximum flow 2900 l / min
IVECO Diesel engine
180m3 / h at 10 Bar
PERKINS Diesel engine
180m3 / h at 10 Bar.
Low fuel consumption
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NFPA 20 defines the installation requirements for stationary pumps for fire protection. This standard is the
more common and more complete. It is used for fire protection services.
NFPA 20 includes a selection of fire pumps, installation, acceptance testing and
Euromast distributor of NFPA standard pumps, monitors and is constantly informed about new standards in terms of
Most fire protection companies design their products according to the NFPA standard.
Insurance companies generally take no risk and increase costs if the system
fire pumps are not designed to NFPA standards and fire pumps are not NFPA 20 certified.
Fire pump specifications
The fire pumps sold by EUROMAST are used to pressurize and maintain the pressure of the control systems
against fire such as;
• Sprinkler • Fire cabinets • Fire hydrants
Different types of pumps can be used in fire fighting systems:
• End suction pumps
• In-line vertical pumps
• Pumps with double suction body
• Multistage pumps
EUROMAST fire pumps comply with the requirements of standard NFPA 20
• Separate controller for each pump.
• The max. flow in the suction pipe is less than 3 m / s at rated capacity
• The pressure with zero flow is less than 1,4 times the nominal pressure
• Pressure with 1,5 x rated capacity is not less than 0,65 x rated pressure
• The service factor must not exceed 1,15
Housing: Cast iron
Shaft: Stainless steel
• Shaft sealing: Soft packing or mechanical seal
• Bearings: L-10 rating of at least 5000 hours at maximum load.
• Flanges according to EN 1092-2 PN 16