ASRC is the recognized leader for fire protection solutions worldwide for a wide variety of industries. We are a full-service provider of fire protection engineering, design and installation services, as well as inspection, testing and maintenance services and our dedicated team of experts have an average of 20 years’ experience. In designing a fire protection system, ASRC engineers must determine which system to select based on each system’s pros, cons, and code requirements. Each system has its own unique applicable use, which depends on the type of structure to be protected, the contents of the building, the severity of the fire, the anticipated fire growth rate, water sensitivity, ambient freezing conditions, and desired time until activation. ASRC is doing Hydraulic calculations which are often required to prove the flow of water through piping networks for the purpose of suppressing or extinguishing a fire. The full hydraulic calculation procedure is defined in the applicable reference model codes such as published by NFPA-13 / EN 12845 Fixed firefighting system - Automatic sprinkler systems - Design, installation and maintenance. ASRC is calculating Fire Load which states that the amount of water needed and the economics of supply at are basic problem associated with the assessment of water requirement in water based fire fighting installation. ASRC highlight the outline method used in calculation of fire flow rates in different water based fire installation the water requirement include the rate of flow, reduced pressure required at the flow and the quantity required. The basic elements for the design of pipe line sizing include single phase liquid flow, single phase gas flow for hydrocarbon, water, steam and natural gases. Proper pipe sizing is determined by the length of the pipe and the allowable pressure drop in the line. The allowable pressure drop may be influenced by factors, including process requirements, economics, safety, and noise or vibration limitations.