Property Protection Kit
The increasing frequency of intense Australian fire events, has brought an influx of requests from people wanting a set up to protect their properties. We have put together everything you need in one kit – our Property Protection Kit.
6.5hp Portable Fire Pump
2 x 30m, 25mm Percolating Hose with Storz fittings
2 x 30m, 38mm Percolating Hose with Storz fittings
25mm Select Flow Nozzle with Storz fitting
38mm Select Flow Nozzle with Storz fitting
1 x 6m, 50mm suction hose with Storz fittings
20L Jerry Can
caps for Storz
Portable Fire Pump 6.5hp – reliable, easy to start, prime and maintain. Built to last and with a 5 year warranty this Honda firefighting pump has an electric key start and is powered by a 6.5hp Honda motor. Weight: 45kg
Electric key start as well as back up manual recoil start
Integral Fuel Tank
Outlet: 25mm x 2
Specify Inlet & Outlet fittings to suit your needs.
Max Capacity: 450L/min
Frame: Painted steel
Percolating Fire Fighting Hoses with Storz – high quality layflat percolating fire hoses which allow seepage of water under pressure through the hose fabric jacket. This percolating feature forms a water barrier which protects the hose against the effects of heat and glowing embers.
Select Flow Nozzles –
- simplified nozzle operation
- no calibration required
- low maintenance due to simple, durable design features
- pattern identification
- large, easy to read labels
- easy to operate
- quick change pattern adjustment
- upto 100psi operating pressure
- 60 – 130 – 230 LPM flow selector
Suction Hose – Used to draw water for fire fighting from an unpressurised supply, such as a portable water tank, dam, pool, or other static water source. The PVC Plasticised hose has an incorporated spiral reinforcement of anti-shock rigid PVC. The inside surface is smooth and the outside is a light corrugate surface. Comes fitted with 50mm German Storz fittings and Bandit Clamps
Overwhelmed? Contact us and find out more about our property protection kit and any other options that may suit your needs.
Please remember, the best option in a fire emergency is to heed the advice of the fire services and leave the area.