There was a time when there were only straight aerials, water towers with no escape ladder, and city service apparatus with only ground ladders.
About 88 percent of the calls the Deerfield Beach Fire Rescue Department, Deerfield City, Fla., make are emergency medical service calls, so all of its engine companies are staffed and equipped for Advanced Life Support operation.
A 2006 custom E-ONE compressed air foam pumper was delivered to York Beach (Maine) Fire Department this summer.
Following up on a brochure Waterous published this spring, the company has reissued and updated the publication in an effort to get fire apparatus up to speed when it comes to the new regulations.
The Mobile Demonstration Unit (MDU) Program offers compressed air foam systems (CAFS) demonstration as well as fire pump maintenance and operation instruction capabilities.
The Colwich Fire Department used a Department of Homeland Security FIRE Act grant to buy a new pumper/tanker. The apparatus was purchased from Toyne Inc. of Breda, Iowa.
Chelsea Products, a division of Parker Hannifin, announces the release of its patent pending shaft brake option for the popular 277 and 278 Powershift Series ptos.
Is there a new tanker or tender in your future? Have you thought about putting a pump on it?
Hale Products has introduced the MBP Silent Series high volume attack single-stage pump.
Western Medica has announced a new line of oxygen regulators called the Titan series.