The Premier Choice For Hydrostatic Pressure Testing in Sydney
Boost and Flow Testing is a leading Sydney-based company that provides comprehensive hydrostatic testing and pressure testing services for various industries & property types.
Hydrostatic pressure testing involves filling your existing piping system with water and pressurising it to ensure that it can withstand the designated pressure that would be applied during firefighting operations, without any leaks, cracks or ruptures.
You can rely on our technicians to perform pressure tests on your fire system, hydrant booster pumps, and street water mains to ensure that the water flow rate and pressure meet the standards. We have a current Hydrant Metered Standpipe Permit from Sydney Water to conduct these tests. As a result of corrosion or changes to the surrounding infrastructure, the boost pressure requirements may have changed since the system was initially commissioned. Take the first step towards peace of mind by scheduling your pressure test with us today!
Street Water Main Testing Service
Determining the flow rates and pressure of the street water main is essential in accurately sizing fire hydrants and pumps during the design phase. It also helps identify potential blockages or restrictions for fire protection companies, building developers, and fire design teams, ensuring they are aware of the available flow and pressure at the time of the test.
We have a current Metered Standpipe Permit and are fully equipped to provide you with accurate street water main pressure & flow rate measurements and can even graph the results to highlight any inconsistencies or restrictions. Ensure your fire protection system is up to standard – contact us today to schedule your street mains water pressure test.
Your Sydney Hydrant Pressure Test Specialists!
#1 Choice For Fire Hydrant & Booster Pressure Tests
The professional team at Boost and Flow Testing use state-of-the-art equipment to perform hydrostatic and pressure testing services in accordance with the relevant Australian fire safety standards and regulations. Our comprehensive pressure testing services are designed to help ensure that your fire system is safe, reliable, and compliant.
Whether you need to test a newly installed system or need to re-qualify an existing one, Boost & Flow Testing can help! We offer reliable fire system pressure testing services in and around Sydney & Greater Sydney, including Wollongong, ACT, Hunter Valley, Newcastle, and the Central Coast. Contact us today if you need us to inspect and test your fire hydrant or fire booster!
Partner With Us For Your Fire System Pressure Testing Needs!
At Boost and Flow Testing, we understand the significance of having a safe and reliable fire hydrant and booster system, especially in emergency situations. That’s why we offer comprehensive hydrostatic testing services throughout Sydney, tailored to meet your specific requirements.
Choose us to keep your fire hydrant system functioning optimally, providing safety and security for your building and its occupants. Schedule your fire hydrant pressure test with us now for complete peace of mind.
Experienced Fire Hydrant Pressure Testing Experts
Maintaining the readiness and integrity of fire systems is a crucial task, which is why regular fire pump, booster and hydrant pressure tests are imperative. These tests assess for any leaks, cracks, or other defects that could potentially impact the performance of your fire protection system’s performance in an emergency.
Ensure the reliability and performance of your fire system with the help of the experts at Boost and Flow Testing! As Sydney’s top trusted provider in fire hydrant hydrostatic pressure testing services, we’re ready to assist you any time you need it. Contact us today to schedule your hydrostatic pressure test with us!
Why Choose Us for Hydrostatic Testing
Boost and Flow Testing can help you with all your hydrostatic testing needs throughout Sydney and the Greater Sydney region. With our own fully equipped fire trucks, experienced technicians, high-quality pressure testing equipment and a commitment to safety and customer satisfaction, we are the leading choice for street water main, fire pump, booster and hydrant pressure testing services!
With a focus on safety, quality, and top customer satisfaction, we have a strong reputation for excellence in the industry. Discover the Boost & Flow Testing difference today! Contact us to learn more about our range of hydrostatic testing services and discover how we can help ensure the safety and reliability of your fire hydrant and booster system!
Frequently Asked Questions
Hydrostatic pressure testing is a process of filling a fire hydrant or booster system with water and pressurising it to test its ability to withstand the designated pressure that would be applied during firefighting operations, without any leaks, cracks or ruptures.
Hydrostatic pressure testing is crucial in assessing and maintaining the readiness and integrity of new and existing fire systems. It checks for any possible defects that could impact the performance of the fire hydrant or booster system in case of an emergency.
It is recommended to conduct hydrostatic pressure testing on a 6 monthly, annual and 5 yearly schedule to ensure that the fire system remains in optimal condition and is ready for use in case of a fire emergency. The testing frequency depends on various factors, such as the age and condition of the system, usage, and local regulations. Get in touch to discuss your specific needs with one of our friendly team!
It is recommended to have hydrostatic pressure testing performed by a qualified and experienced professional to ensure the safety and reliability of the fire system. The process requires specialised pressure testing equipment and expertise to conduct the test accurately and effectively. Speak to one of our hydrostatic testing experts today to learn more!
As per the Australian standard 2419.1-2005, fire hydrant installations should have a residual pressure of 150- 200 kPa and a flow of 10l/s. In NSW, this is currently 150kPa for each fire hydrant required to flow at not less than 10 l/s. In all other states and territories this value is 200 kPa.