Fire Hoses are part of the buildings fire sprinkler system and can deliver essential backup when trying to protect your building and employees. The NFPA sets forth very strict standards and guidelines when it comes to testing and maintaining your buildings' Fire Hose and nozzles. To ensure the hose is ready to assist in fighting a fire it is required to be serviced annually. In addition, every three years a Hose Pressure Service Test needs to be completed, with the first test taking place five years after the manufacture date.
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Fire Hoses need to be pressure tested up to 300 psi.
Depending on the type of hose needed for your building, they can run from 10 feet long to 100 feet long. The most common Fire Hose is an Attack Hose, which is typically 50 feet long.
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