designed for places exposed to low temperatures,
such as parking lots, warehouses, production halls.
Protection type/Protection class IP54 / II (double insulated)
Hydrant only 130mm deep,
equipped with a DN25 hose, 30 meters.
Full personalization and adaptation of the hydrant to the interior architecture
Design efficiently and with greater precision
CAD / BIM libraries
+ Publications for download
+ BIM models
+ Pictures for visualization
+ Certificates and guarantees
The company has a technologically advanced machine park, which includes modern production lines purchased as part of ongoing European Union Fund Projects. This allows us for high production flexibility and the production of innovative products under our own brand as well as OEM products.
Our production plants are located in Poland and Ukraine, where an experienced team of specialists works.
We have created Prestige hydrant lines for exceptional places. Materials such as stainless steel, wood, silver, amber, Swarovski® crystals, and even leather and jeans are used for their production. Each cabinet can be personalized by laser engraving text or graphics, and the PICTURE model allows you to place your own photo on it.
GRAS is a family company founded in 1985 with its registered office and production plant in Korzybie near Słupsk and a production plant in Ukraine. Since the beginning of its activity, it has been dealing with the construction, production and distribution of fire-fighting, rescue and OHS equipment. In the years 1990–1994 the company produced 1kg and 2kg powder extinguishers. In 1991, GRAS was the first on the Polish market to introduce internal hydrants with a DN25 semi-rigid hose. Today, GRAS is one of the largest indoor hydrant manufacturers in Europe and a recognized brand in 28 countries.
Gras has been supplying products to foreign markets since the beginning of its existence. We are present in Europe, Asia and Africa – in a total of 28 countries around the world. Our products are located in many prestigious places, such as the Court of Justice of the European Union in Luxembourg, Frankfurt am Main airport, Audi factory in Ingolstadt and Złote Tarasy in Warsaw.