Hydrant Block Plans In Perth

Ensure the safety of your building’s occupants and compliance with Australian standards with CMG Fire and Safety’s detailed hydrant block plans. These essential diagrams are designed to help fire emergency services effectively manage emergencies by accurately showing the locations and specifics of firefighting systems. This ensures quick and efficient responses that protect lives and property, instilling confidence in the effectiveness of our services.

What are hydrant block plans?

Hydrant block plans are detailed diagrams showing the fire hydrants, isolation valves, and other relevant information to the fire hydrant system. Used by fire emergency services, these plans help determine the closest hydrants to the fire and provide additional system information to assist with extinguishing the fire. Fire service companies also reference these plans to ensure the system complies with the required flow and pressure rates. This level of detail and clarity ensures you are fully informed and prepared for any emergency.

Ensuring adherence to Australian Standards.


Enhancing on-site safety for building occupants.


Providing clear, detailed emergency information.


Aiding quick response in emergencies.

Who Needs a Hydrant Block Plan

Hydrant block plans should be installed at each location: hydrant booster assembly, pump room, and fire control room, including new installations and older systems. Plans must be updated with system upgrades or modifications, ensuring their accuracy and effectiveness over time.

Frequently Asked Questions

The cost of hydrant block plans can vary based on factors such as the size of the building, the number of plans required for different areas (e.g., booster, pump, control room), and the finish you desire (e.g., PDF copy, Aluminium Composite). Additional factors that may influence the cost include:

  • The availability of a floor plan
  • The number of storeys in the building
  • The need for a site visit.

Feel free to contact us for a detailed quote tailored to your specific needs.

Several factors influence the cost, including:

  • Availability of a floor plan (DWG, PDF, Image, etc.)
  • Number of storeys in the building
  • Total number of plans required (Booster, Pump, Control room, etc.)
  • Desired finish (PDF copy, Aluminium Composite, etc.)
  • Availability of information or need for a site visit.
Choose CMG Fire and Safety Services, a trusted name in the industry, to ensure top-notch safety and compliance. Our plans are meticulously tailored to meet specific site requirements, supporting fire emergency services with clear, accurate diagrams of firefighting systems. CMG stands out for its extensive experience and adherence to Australian Standards, providing reliable, high-quality documentation that enhances emergency response effectiveness and ensures regulatory compliance. Trust us to prioritise your safety with precision and professionalism.

As per AS2419.1, fire hydrant block plans must include the following information:

  • Layout of the protected buildings or open yards and adjacent streets
  • All hydrants – external, internal, and street hydrants
  • Town main size and location
  • Main electrical switchboard
  • Location of pumps, storage tanks, isolation valves, booster assemblies
  • Location of gas isolation valves and LPG tanks
  • The height of the highest hydrant above the booster
  • “You Are Here” is clearly marked with the correct building orientation
  • System specifications – flow/pressure rates, install/modification details