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Introduction to Fire Pumps

For example, a fire pump protecting a building with a small fire load, such as an office building or hospital, may be rated to deliver a flow of 500 gpm, whereas a plastics manufacturing facility using flammable liquids in the process may require a pump that has a capacity of at least 2,500 gpm.  Either of these pumps is readily available from a number of pump manufacturers, as these are "typical" pump volume ratings.
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