Builders know that there's more to building a house than just putting four walls in a square and sticking a roof on top. Cables have to be laid and countless regulations met to ensure safety. Once these obligations are scaled up to the construction of a skyscraper, the task facing safety officers seems truly daunting. That’s particularly true when you consider that some of us get ourselves in a sweat changing the battery in a run-of-the-mill fire alarm. At INTERSCHUTZ 2015 in Hannover, SPP Pumps is exhibiting fire pump systems designed to take some of the hard work out of planning fire protection when building skyscrapers – and to deliver world-class quality.

MSMO fire pumps from SPP Pumps Limited are extremely reliable, providing building occupants with the best possible protection. The company's expertise in this field is confirmed by the fact that its pumps are installed in high-profile buildings such as the Shard in London and Flame Towers in Baku. The MSMO fire pump systems made by SPP are the first of their type to be certified by industrial insurance company FM. What’s more, SPP pumps satisfy all LPCB specifications for automatic sprinkler systems in skyscrapers. The U.K. company is dedicated to keeping costs as low as possible and, as part of this, offers space-saving solutions for fire pumps. Driven by electric motors or diesel engines, the pumps will be part of a spectacular stand display at INTERSCHUTZ!

SPP Pumps Limited (RG31 7SP, U.K.), Hall 13, Stand G37

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