Cap St. George Hotel – Fire Fighting Sprinkler and Wet Riser System

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Under the warm sun and with the magnificent Mediterranean blue all around, Cap St. Georges is the luxurious retreat for eclectic travelers. This is the place to enjoy stunning sunsets, unparalleled levels of service, much-wanted privacy and certainly a unique destination. A luxurious community on an idyllic location, a Mediterranean place to relax, a private space in which one can enjoy great food and stunning views, all while having first-class security and concierge services.

Z&X Mechanical Installations, with over 30 years experience in the field and a strong reputation, was proudly appointed as the mechanical engineering company to undertake, supply, install and complete all below works from scratch. 


Hotel wet riser and sprinkler system consists of:


Internal network of galvanised steel pipes for 2 number wet risers located at the two main stairwells in the hotel. These are supplied from underground water storage tanks, by a pressure pump system, or by Fire Department trucks.


Gate valves on each floor onto which the Fire Department can connect there hoses in case of fire, and a main Fire truck connection at the hotel entrance.


Internal network of galvanised steel pipes for 3 number sprinkler system areas, supplied by a separate pressure pump system.


1. Internal network of galvanised steel pipes for wet riser

These pipes are hanging from ceilings or are vertical on walls. They are connected to form a network. They are steel pipes that will not melt or get damaged in case of a fire. The water for the firefighting wet risers is supplied from an underground firefighting water storage tank via a pressure pump system. In case if the water tanks are empty, the Fire department can connect their fire trucks at the hotel entrance, to the system in order to supply water to the system.

Example of wet riser valve position near stairwell.

2. Gate valves on each floor for fire department hose connection

A 2 ½” Gate valve is located on each floor of the hotel at the two hotel main stairwells in order for the Fire Department to connect their hoses in case of a fire. In case if the water tanks are empty the gate valves on each floor are supplied from Fire Trucks connected to the system at the hotel entrance.

Example showing main pipe passing through floor slab for gate valve position below.

3. Internal network of galvanised steel pipes for sprinkler system

The sprinkler system is located in three areas of the hotel (i.e. loading/unloading bay, and two parking areas within the hotel). The system is supplied via a network of galvanised steel pipes within the hotel, hanging from ceilings or on vertical walls. The pipes are steel so that they will not melt or get damaged in the case of a fire. The water for the firefighting sprinkler system is supplied from an underground firefighting water storage tank via a pressure pump system.

Example of sprnkler system in parking area.

Example of sprnkler system in parking area.

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