Some scene lighting manufacturers who have been experimenting with LED technologies are putting what they’ve learned into play.
Waterous has introduced Mobile Demonstration Units (MDUs) as the central feature of its traveling program to teach safe firefighting techniques and demonstrate innovative technology in firefighting apparatus.
Rural water supply is frequently a challenge. When water is available, it seems to be just out of reach, 50 feet off the paved road or down a boat ramp not made for a 35-foot, 20-ton apparatus.
Structural Composites Industries (SCI) said it has launched new SCBA cylinder technology: the only 30-year cylinder available for sale directly to fire departments in the United States.
Five Star Fire is now the authorized Amkus distributor for sales and service in the state of Connecticut.
Firecom has developed a new wireless belt pack, the BP5-10, enabling any Firecom wired headset to communicate wirelessly to a base station mounted on a fire or emergency apparatus.
For more than 20 years Kochek Company has been making suction hose, strainers, adapters, tools and a myriad of appliances to help firefighters move water from its source to the fire scene.
A half-dozen manufacturers at the annual Fire Department Instructors Conference in Indianapolis displayed new designs and concepts in fire apparatus in late April.
Makers of thermal imaging cameras exhibited new products that were smaller, lighter and feature-rich at the Fire Department Instructors Conference (FDIC) in Indianapolis this year.
A New York City firefighter who was forced to bail out of a burning building is alive today because he was equipped with a Personal Escape Rope (PER) made by a Maine company - Sterling Rope.