U.S. Tanker, a Wisconsin apparatus manufacturer known for stainless steel construction, has two new owners, both former Pierce Manufacturing executives who say they plan to carefully expand the company's reach.
MSA said its innovative Advantage 420 Respirator allows users to quickly adjust the mask according to individual needs.
Ashburn Hill’s new protective apparel, TECGEN XTREME, is dual-certified to meet the National Fire Protection Association standards for both wildland firefighting (NFPA 1977-2005) and technical rescue ensemble (NFPA 1951-2007).
AccuVein has launched a pocketsize, portable, non-invasive vein-illumination device that helps emergency responders and medical personnel locate hard-to-find veins in patients more easily.
The Last Chance Rescue Filter is an escape device that provides respiratory protection to firefighters in the event of an SCBA out-of-air emergency or malfunction.
With the onslaught of new vehicle technology (NVT) and the construction challenges that these cars present, rescue tools are not the only thing being put to the test during NVT auto extrications.
Channellock, Inc. has launched a second-generation hand tool, called the #89 Rescue Tool, for firefighters, first responders and EMTs.
Rescue 42, Inc. has developed a new product designed by firefighters for firefighters, the McLaski Wildland Combination Tool.
KME Fire Apparatus has been awarded two orders from the federal government, one for eight custom heavy rescue trucks for the U.S. Air Force and the other for 10 light brush units for the Southwestern Region of the U.S. Forest Service.
Elkhart Brass has launched the E3F and E4F Unibody electric actuators, the first major extension of the Unibody product line since its introduction two years ago, according to the company.