Fire hose reel is referred to as fire reel, which is co […]
Fire hose reel is referred to as fire reel, which is composed of coil, hose and brass gun head. When in use, it is directly pulled out from the coil, convenient and easy to operate, mainly for the use of fire fighting in the first fire. The fire reel is used by ordinary people to put out fires before the firefighters arrive. For ordinary people, fire hydrants (especially when the pressure is high) are difficult to use, so they are additionally equipped with smaller reels and water guns.
The fire hose is composed of hose, hose connector and water gun. Two people are required to operate it when using it. Put the hose aside and connect one end to the fire hydrant gate valve and one end to the water gun head. The operation is more complicated. The greater pressure has a significant effect on fighting fires.
Both have the same function, and both are fire-fighting facilities set up to put out the fire inside the building.
The two are different
1. Different specifications:
The function of the fire hose reel and the fire hose is that the diameter of the fire reel is DN25, which is convenient and easy to use, mainly for the initial fire. The fire hose has a diameter of DN65 and requires two people to operate, mainly for mid-term fires.
2. Different materials:
The fire reel uses a rubber hose. The traditional fire hose is lined with rubber, and the outer surface is wrapped with flax braid. Advanced fire hoses are made of polymer materials such as polyurethane.
3. Different setting requirements:
Fire Reel: Fire hose reel or portable fire hose should be installed in crowded public buildings, buildings with building height greater than 100m and commercial service outlets with building area greater than 200 square meters. High-rise residential buildings should be equipped with portable fire hoses. High-rise residential buildings should be equipped with portable fire hoses.
High-end hotels, important office buildings, commercial buildings, exhibition buildings, complex buildings, etc. and other high-rise buildings with a height of more than 100m should be equipped with fire-fighting reels, and their water consumption may not be included in the total fire-fighting water consumption. The spacing of the fire-fighting reel should ensure that a stream of water can reach any part of the indoor floor. The installation height of the fire-fighting reel should be easy to access, flexible and free of jamming. The diameter of the spigot of the fire reel should be 25mm; the inner diameter of the tape should be no less than 19mm; the nozzle diameter of the fire reel should be no less than 6.00mm.