When to Install Fire Hydrants in an Office Building or Warehouse

From November 15, 2018, a new regulation came into force regarding the technical equipment of buildings with fire hydrants, according to Order no. 6026/2018 for the amendment and completion of the technical regulation “Normative regarding the fire safety of constructions, Part II Extinguishing Installations.”

From this month, in the ISU projects, it is mandatory to equip with hydrants the civil buildings that have an area of ​​more than 600 sqm and a high or very high risk of fire, as well as closed buildings from categories of exceptional importance A or special B, tall or very tall buildings and buildings with crowded halls, spaces where more than 200 people are simultaneous.

Technical equipment with fire hydrants is mandatory for halls, warehouses and production areas with an area of ​​more than 600 square meters (including common traffic) and high or very high risk of fire.

To be equipped with interior fire hydrants, for buildings with mixed functions, the civil or production, and storage function is established.

For buildings where sports activities occur, fire hydrants are needed if there are more than 200 people in those spaces simultaneously.

Also, fire hydrants need underground spaces with an area of ​​more than 300 square meters, closed above-ground parking lots with more than 10 parking spaces and over two levels, open above-ground parking lots with over 50 places and over two levels.

For the first time, the new legislative text allows remote electric actuation for starting pumps and operating taps.

In addition to these provisions, according to Order no. 6026/2018 for amending and supplementing the technical regulation “Normative on the fire safety of buildings, Part II Extinguishing Installations,” there are also rules for hydrants in ISU projects for schools, educational and cultural institutions, commercial spaces and administrative institutions.

Also, in Order no. 6026/2018 is also specified the technical equipment of buildings with automatic fire extinguishing installations, sprinkler type.

If you would like more information about the office spaces for rent in Bucharest or about warehouses for rent, please contact the ESOP team by filling this brief form, or by phone (+4) 0723.26.61.97 or (+4) 021.528.04.40. We’ll promptly answer your inquiry!

Alexandru Petrescu

Founding Managing Partner of ESOP Consulting | CORFAC International with 21 years of experience in real estate consulting and entrepreneurship.

0% Tenant fee!
800 - 53.645 sqm

CTPark Bucharest West

Bolintin-Deal, Giurgiu
  • Price on request!
0% Tenant fee!
750 - 17.500 sqm

Eli Park 1

Chitila, București Ilfov
  • 4,15 - 4,25€/sqm, negotiable
0% Tenant fee!
400 - 12.043 sqm

ONE Cotroceni Park

Cotroceni, Bucharest
  • 16 - 16,90€/sqm, negotiable
0% Tenant fee!
490 - 30.000 sqm

The Light Bucharest

Cotroceni, Bucharest
  • 14,50 - 16€/sqm, negotiable

Postari similare

What does corporate employee mean? Offices for rent for this sector of the labor market

Corporate employee is a term used to describe a person employed in a corporation or large company. These individuals work mainly in the business environment and can have different roles and responsibilities within the company. They can work in various fields, such as finance, technology, marketing, or human resources, and carry out their activities in […]

Read more

What does a non-residential building mean and what role does it play in increasing the performance of your company?

A city gathers under its dome more than art and architecture, because without the industrial area, its development would be strongly affected. In conclusion, a city is not only represented by the central area but also by the neighboring areas and the working-class districts, where, residential and non-residential buildings coexist. What does a non-residential building […]

Read more

OFFICIAL MEASURES Regarding Work in Offices with Shared Spaces in Open System – Open Space During the Alert State

All employers must ensure conditions and check daily that employees are required to wear protective masks, to go through triage at the entrance to each shift, when their temperature is taken. Their general health is observed (not to have symptoms of COVID) and disinfect your hands before entering the office. Employers also need to reduce […]

Read more