RELM Wireless Corporation has introduced a transportable, lightweight, radio repeater system in a waterproof carrying case.
Syntex Industries, maker of portable water tanks, hose bed and crosslay covers, salvage covers and SCBA mats, broke ground on an expansion this fall that will add more than 5,000 square feet to the plant in Humboldt, Iowa.
While attending this year's Fallen Firefighters Memorial Weekend at the National Fire Academy in Emmitsburg, Md., I was saddened and frustrated to see family members grieving for loved ones that could have been saved if safety rules had been followed.
Since September 11, fire department missions have changed and the emphasis on terrorism response and homeland security has taken center stage.
This month's issue will review the Project HEROES (Homeland Emergency Response Operational and Equipment Systems) turnout gear by Total Fire Group/Morning Pride Manufacturing.
Danko Emergency Equipment has developed what it calls "The Ultimate All-Terrain Wildland Attack Vehicle."
There was a time when there were only straight aerials, water towers with no escape ladder, and city service apparatus with only ground ladders.
Since 2005, Ford has offered a fire suppression system in its Crown Victoria police interceptor.
Streamlight Inc., maker of high-performance flashlights used by firefighters and first responders worldwide, has developed two new lights, one with a built-in laser and the other a hands-free, low hazard headlamp.
The Mobile Demonstration Unit (MDU) Program offers compressed air foam systems (CAFS) demonstration as well as fire pump maintenance and operation instruction capabilities.