Hydrant Flow Testing

Who needs to apply for flow test information?

  • Firms that design landscape irrigation systems.
  • Engineering firms that design water systems for new development.
  • Firms that design fire protection systems for building.

When and how should I apply for a flow test?

  • Three weeks before you need the results.
  • Complete the other side of this sheet and submit it to Customer Service.
  • Submit the fee ($200) in a check form to Customer Service made payable to Brunswick Regional Water and Sewer.

How long does it take to get the results of the flow test?

Who needs to apply for flow test information?

  • If we have the data from a recent test that was performed at or in the vicinity of your site, we will provide you with those test results. A test that was conducted within the past 2 years will be considered a current test unless significant changes have occurred within the transmission system.
  • If a new test is required, it will be scheduled and conducted in the order it was received by H2GO. You will receive your test results within three weeks.

Can we do the test ourselves?

Yes, however, a Hydrant Flow Application is required so that H2GO can arrange to witness the test. It will take up to three weeks for the test to be scheduled for witnessing by H2GO. After conducting a private test , please forward a copy of the test results to the following address:

Hydrant Flow Data
Brunswick Regional Water and Sewer
PO Box 2230
Leland, NC 28451

How will I be notified of the results?

You will be notified after the test results are calculated and verified. Typically, results are sent via email or fax, but they can be sent in the mail if desired.

Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. Please contact Brunswick Regional Water and Sewer Customer Service Department at (910) 371-9949

Hydrant Flow Test Application

Submit the completed form to the Customer Service Department, along with the fee of $200.00, in check form, made payable to Brunswick Regional Water and Sewer.

Applicant Information:


Owner (if not applicant)

Site Information:

Hydrant Flow Report (NFPA 291)

  A1 A2 A3 A4
Flow Hydrant # (GIS Object ID):
Size Nozzle
Water Main Size
Pitot Gage Pressure
Hydrant Elevation (top)
Total GPM