Hydrant Commissioning - Form 71

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Service from the Sunshine Coast to Gold Coast

5 day turnaround time

Ready to test when you are

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Fire hydrant commissioning proves that the hydrant has been designed and installed as intended. For boosted systems it generally involves testing the most hydraulically disadvantaged hydrant(s), conducting a pump appliance boost test, and conducting a hydrostatic pressure test.

The Form 71 documents the test results as per AS2419 and allows the QFES to inspect and sign the building off for occupancy.

Our equipment is new and reliable to avoid costly delays. We have worked at hospitals, schools, aged care, military bases and residential developments.

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Hydrostatic Pressure Testing

HTC is able to provide hydrostatic testing for commissioning of fire hydrant systems on fire hydrant systems.

Ultrasonic Flow Meter - Flow Measurement

Unobtrusive flow measurements can be made and logged using HTC’s ultrasonic flow meters. Ideal for measuring tank infill rates, leak detection and flow monitoring.

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Service Area


HTC operates throughout Metropolitan and Regional Queensland and northern NSW. Normal operations occur in and around the Sunshine Coast, Brisbane and the Gold coast, but we have conducted testing in Casino, Toowoomba, Chinchilla, Emerald, Thursday Island and many many places in between. HTC are approved to conduct tests with numerous water providers across Queensland.