The sky’s the limit with SPP Pumps: find out more at INTERSCHUTZ 2015

The sky’s the limit with SPP Pumps: find out more at INTERSCHUTZ 2015

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Fire protection – precision engineered for where it really matters

Fire is one of the greatest dangers we face. It will take human life in moments. It will devour critical infrastructure in minutes. That is why fire protection is so critical to the landscape of skyscrapers we see around the globe – and also why SPP Pumps is gearing up to showcase its range of fire pumps at this year’s Interschutz, taking place from 8th to 13th June 2015.

SPP Pumps takes a ‘no limits’ approach to fire pumps. Installed in some of the world’s most iconic buildings – from the Shard in London to Flame Towers in Baku, Azerbaijan – its Multi-Stage Multi-Outlet (MSMO) pumps have one goal – to protect the people inside the building with the most reliable pump solutions.

Alex Playfair, Head of the Fire Division at SPP, explains: “Our job is to provide well engineered, expertly manufactured pump solutions. Reliability is key, and we work hard to ensure customers get the best quality products that offer significant cost and space savings – that is what we will be demonstrating at the Show in June.”

SPP is the first company to offer FM Approved MSMO pumps. Driven by electric motors or diesel engines, SPP MSMO pumps satisfy any LPCB specification for automatic sprinkler protection in high rise and multiple storey buildings.

To find out more about SPP Pump’s range of fire pumps,  visit them in Hall 13, Stand G37 at this year’s Interschutz.

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Emergency Live

Emergency Live is the only multilingual magazine dedicated to people involved in rescue and emergency. As such, it is the ideal medium in terms of speed and cost for trading companies to reach large numbers of target users; for example, all companies involved in some way in the equipping of specialised means of transport. From vehicle manufacturers to companies involved in equipping those vehicles, to any supplier of life- saving and rescue equipment and aids.

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