The T3 Tready Hook is a tubular steel shaft made of all steel materials. It has a four-inch hollow steel ball on one end and a solid ¼-inch steel plaster hook on the other. The ball and the hook are securely welded to the shaft, and the ends were designed for balance. It is a multipurpose tool that can be used for myriad firefighting tactics.
This article looks at some basic considerations when addressing how many, what type, and what size ladders could be or should be carried.
The fan delivers a 9,650-cfm output and up to 45 minutes of run time at max airflow, depending on battery selection.
The V320 has a high-resolution 320x240 sensor that allows firefighters to navigate through zero visibility conditions. Lightweight at 2.2 pounds and ruggedly durable, the V320 performs in extreme high temperature environments with minimal maintenance.
Maintaining your camera will ensure it works properly when you need it.
Whether the person who drives the engine and operates the pump is called an engineer, operator, or chauffer, he has one of the most important jobs on the fireground.
LadderLight lighted end-caps for ground ladders installs easily on industry standard ladders, replacing the existing ladder end caps. When the ladder is placed, LadderLight automatically activates to illuminate the departure zone and acts as a beacon for firefighters.
Thermal imaging cameras (TIC) have evolved into required equipment for firefighters. With improvements in technology, they have gotten smaller, easier to use, and even less costly in some cases. Recent developments have seen TICs integrated into self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA), leaving a firefighter’s hands free for other tasks.
DECON/pak is a self-contained agent-proportioning and rinse-application system developed specifically for gross decontamination of firefighting personnel donned with gear and their equipment.
The Sentinel 1500 integrates a wireless heads-up display (HUD) and PASS device, which firefighters can wear at the waist or shoulder, depending on their preference.