Is your fire line showing signs of decreased water pressure? There might be an internal leak somewhere in the system. At Gold Coast Leak Detection, we’re the premier service in the region for fire line leak detection and repairs.
A leak in your fire line can have devastating consequences in the event of an emergency. Obstructions to your fire line could cause the system to lose water pressure, rendering the fire line hose useless in the case of a fire.
If you suspect there’s an issue with your fire line, get in touch with our team today. Be cautious and ensure the safety of your property. Call 1800 988 299.
Spotting a leak in your fire line can be difficult as the entire piping system is hidden underground. As this line is only scarcely used, it is imperative to find and repair and problems in the system—so you’re not finding out about any issues when you need the system most.
There are several signs that indicate a leak in your fire line system. They include:
There are four levels of water pressure produced by fire hose lines:
1) Dead nozzle pressure: minor runoff or no flow at all
2) Slow force: allows for quick knockdown power before freezing down
3) Medium force: supplies medium spray to hold a fine mist downstream for cooling purposes
4) Blast stream: full force provided most proficiently. This is most often used in fighting large fires