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Initial view: This is a 60-horsepower water pump for fire suppression. The pump could deliver an astonishing 800 gallons (3000 liters) per minute against 200 feet (61 meters) of head pressure.
Cooling water pumps used as part the sites heat exchanger system
Large pipe and valve delivers “deluge water” to the launch duct during a launch. This water is not for cooling. It is part of the sound suppression system and helps absorb the roar of the engine during launch
Looking up: The ribbed ceiling is actually the bottom of a 100,000 gallon (380,000 l) water tank