The Boston Fire Department has designated the Waterous Company as the exclusive manufacturer of fire pumps for its current and future purchases of fire apparatus.
Hundreds of firefighters paused Monday to pay silent tribute to Bob Barraclough at Annual Apparatus Symposium of the Fire Department Safety Officers Association (FDSOA), an event he helped create 23 years ago.
Parker Chelsea introduced its next generation of Electronic Overspeed Controls (E.O.C.) for its Powershift PTOs.
W.S. Darley & Company was selected the winner of the annual Illinois Family Business of the Year Award for medium-size companies.
Hale launched its 1Touch Switch, an electronic device designed to replace traditional industry switches that control various electrical loads on fire trucks.
Speedlays that are easier to reach, more compartment space, better access to the midship pump and expanded room in the cab were among the items on the Davie (Fla.) Fire Rescue Department's wish list.
Transportation Safety Technologies (TST) has introduced the Idle Guard 200, a solid state, reliable timer that automatically prevents unnecessary engine idling in fleet and delivery vehicles.
Smart Power Systems and XRT Power Systems have partnered to create an innovative generator/rescue system that the companies say will dramatically reduce the time required to extricate victims at a rescue scene.
In June in Leipzig, Germany, a man was looking at one of the few American pumpers on display at Interschutz's outside exhibits.
Metal Shark Boats introduced the newest in its lineup of durable patrol boats, the 28 Relentless, as it announced a partnership with Rescue ONE geared toward the fire and rescue markets.