FDIC International 2015 Special Coverage

Heavy Vehicle Extrication Evolution Covers Fire Apparatus

At this year's Heavy Vehicle Extrication HOT class, instructors were given the opportunity to use a retired apparatus to demonstrate extrication techniques involving fire apparatus.

Rosenbauer Introduces New Apparatus at FDIC International

New products include a 100-foot aerial on a single-axle chassis and a 96-inch-wide chassis.

Fire-Dex Gains Valuable Direct Feedback at FDIC International

This year, Fire-Dex will be showcasing its FXR line of turnout gear.

FDIC International 2015 Hands-On Training Day 1

Beyond the equipment fire service vendors make available to the conference, the Indianapolis (IN) Fire Department and surrounding areas make facilities, apparatus, and personnel available on a leve...

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Smeal and Gimeax International announce strategic partnership

Smeal Fire Apparatus Co. and Gimaex International today announced that they have established a strategic teaming relations...

Fire-Dex Gains Valuable Direct Feedback at FDIC International

This year, Fire-Dex will be showcasing its FXR line of turnout gear.

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The Basics of Specifying Fire Apparatus

The purchase of fire apparatus is an extremely complex and costly investment for the community. This workshop outlines all of the necessary considerations that should be involved from writing the specifications to factory inspections and, finally, delivery and putting your new rig in service.

Conducting an Apparatus Needs Analysis for Your Community

Attendees are walked through the process of conducting a thorough apparatus needs analysis to ensure the apparatus being purchased will fit the current and future needs of the community. This process will work for all types of apparatus; however, engine and aerial devices are covered in this presentation. The importance behind this qualitative analysis cannot be overstated, as fire apparatus account for one of the largest capital expenditures in public safety.

 

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Smeal and Gimeax International announce strategic partnership

Smeal Fire Apparatus Co. and Gimaex Internation...

Heavy Vehicle Extrication Evolution Covers Fire Apparatus

At this year's Heavy Vehicle Extrication HOT cl...

Rosenbauer Introduces New Apparatus at FDIC International

New products include a 100-foot aerial on a sin...

FDIC International 2015 Hands-On Training Day 1

Beyond the equipment fire service vendors make ...

Lexington Fire Department to Conduct Trial on New EMS Equipment

      The Lexington Fire Departm...

Yatesville (GA) Seeking Fire Equipment

The Yatesville Volunteer Fire De...

San Marcos Fire Department (CA) Celebrates New Fire Apparatus

The San Marcos Fire Department celebrated the d...

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EMS    |    Wildland/Urban Interface    |    Pumpers    |    SOC/Specialized    |    Tankers    |    Trailers    |    Aerials    |    Chassis Components    |    Rescues    |    Mounting Equipment

Apparatus

Smeal and Gimeax International announce strategic partnership

Smeal Fire Apparatus Co. and Gimaex Internation...

Heavy Vehicle Extrication Evolution Covers Fire Apparatus

At this year's Heavy Vehicle Extrication HOT cl...

Rosenbauer Introduces New Apparatus at FDIC International

New products include a 100-foot aerial on a sin...

FDIC International 2015 Hands-On Training Day 1

Beyond the equipment fire service vendors make ...

Lexington Fire Department to Conduct Trial on New EMS Equipment

      The Lexington Fire Departm...

Equipment Topics

Fire Equipment Topics

Engine Company     |    Ladder Company     |    Rescue Company     |    Lighting-Warning/Scene/Portable    |    Special Operations/Hazmat    |    Atmospheric Monitoring    |    Rapid Intervention/Survival    |    Communications    |    EMS

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Helmets/Hoods     |    Turnout Gear    |    Boots    |    Gloves    |    EMS





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4/01/2015
Volume 20, Issue 4

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    I am the Asst. Chief at a rural volunteer fire dept in SE Oklahoma. We have a 74 White that has a camel back suspension. We are in need of a suspension for this tanker/pumper as the old one has finally give way. The tank is sitting on the wheels. Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, Robert

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