Pillar fire hydrants by PAM
Valves and hydrants
ATLAS PLUS (DN 80, 100, 150)
Manoeuvrability, mechanical resistance and hydraulic performance ensure its availability when needed. Its sleek lines and new streamlined body design make the Atlas Plus part of the urban scenery. It has been designed to be easy to maintain and resistant to climatic conditions, and also to prevent the retention of water in its above-ground parts.
- In the collapsible version: a device has been added to prevent it being put back into use when it is still not completely functional (after an impact and breakage of the collapsible system’s wedges), by unauthorised persons. A standing hydrant is a guarantee of an available hydrant; if it is lying on the ground, then that is a sign that it needs repairing. A streamlined body conceals the screwed connection and reduces the risk of vandalism.
- In the non-collapsible version: the connection of the intake body to the fire hydrant’s tube is made well above ground level. The absence of a connection at ground level protects the nuts and bolts from run-off water and slag. A streamlined body conceals the screwed connection and reduces the risk of vandalism.