Fire Protection System
Dry and Wet Riser System
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Dry and wet riser systems in Malaysia play important roles in providing the water needed to put out fires in low and high-rise buildings. However, the installation process can sometimes be complex due to the pipe networks and pumps.
At Palcon, our team of experts can cater to your every need and specification, whether big or small. We strive for top-notch customer service by ensuring your dry and wet riser system design and installation comply with all required fire safety regulations.
Dry Riser and Wet Riser System in Malaysia
A dry riser system is an empty pipe running up the inside of a building that can be connected to a pressurised water system by firefighters. There will be inlet connections outside the building or in fire escape areas for authorities to access, allowing the water to be pumped up to valves on the upper floors of the building. This system of dry risers in Malaysia is usually used in low-rise buildings.
A wet riser system in Malaysia is commonly used in high-rise buildings. It is usually fully fitted with a steady supply system to distribute water to multiple building levels. The internal hydrant of the wet riser is generally made accessible and utilised when needed by authorities.
Types of Riser Systems
Components of Dry and Wet Risers in Malaysia
Importance of Dry Riser & Wet Riser System
Wet and dry risers are a crucial part of fire protection for multi-level buildings, allowing for rapid water access and transportation in the event of a fire. Dry and wet risers should be routinely tested and serviced every 12 months and inspected every 6 months.
The tests include a complete functional check of the system, ensuring that the appropriate pressure levels can be reached and that they can be used at a moment’s notice.
High-Rise Fire Protection with Palcon’s Dry and Wet Risers
Maximising the safety of building occupants and minimising various fire-related risks, our dry and wet riser systems ensure firefighters have sufficient access to water in fire emergencies. Rest assured, as both of our advanced riser systems are able to enhance your building’s fire protection, regardless of its height.
Dry risers have a twin or four-way breeching inlet connection at ground level, boxed in a steel cabinet with a glazed door, whereas wet risers have additional pumps and water storage tanks.
Dry risers in Malaysia are generally located in buildings 18 metres above ground level or in low-rise buildings with excessive distances from entrances.
Wet risers in Malaysia can often be found in buildings 30 metres above ground level.