A dry riser constitutes a pipe that typically remains devoid of water under normal circumstances, only being charged with water when required during firefighting interventions. Unlike wet risers, dry risers lack a permanent water supply. Instead, they are designed to connect to an external water source, such as a fire engine or a fire hydrant, utilising hoses. Before utilisation, firefighters must fill the dry riser with water either manually or with the assistance of a fire engine pump. This flexibility makes dry risers particularly suitable for buildings where maintaining a constant water supply in the riser may be impractical or where freezing conditions could pose challenges. The adaptability of dry risers ensures their efficacy in providing a reliable and on-demand water source for firefighting operations, enhancing the overall fire safety measures in diverse architectural settings.