Fire Pump Performance Testing

Eco Safetech evaluates key parameters like flow, discharge pressure, and power use to assess the overall efficiency of your fire pump. Prompt resolution is ensured for any issues identified during routine tests, with certified technicians addressing and rectifying problems promptly. Periodic maintenance covers hydraulic systems, mechanical transmissions, and motors on an annual basis, along with other components following manufacturer guidelines.


Types of Tests

Centrifugal Test

Step Drawdown Test

  • The well is pumped at incrementally higher rates, and the drawdown for each rate is recorded over time.
  • At least five pumping steps are necessary, each lasting 1-2 hours.
  • The step drawdown test determines the optimal pump rate.
  • This test is used to determine the optimum pumping rate.
  • It helps determine T and S for each step.


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