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2014 Ferrara Igniter Pumper

The apparatus has a Waterous CSU midship 1,500-gpm pump and a 500-gallon polypropylene tank. Monarch Electric intake valves are on each steamer outlet.

Observations from the FDIC International Exhibits

Here are some small things observed at FDIC International 2015 that could make your fire truck work better.

Steve Redick Fire Apparatus Photos from Niles, Illinois, Working Fire

Steve Redick took these fire apparatus photos at a working fire in Niles, Illinois. According to Redick, a Morton Grove engine attacked the fire...

E-ONE/International Urban Interface Pumper Gallery

E-ONE built the apparatus, which is constructed of heavy-duty extruded aluminum with full depth compartments and roll-up doors.

Compartment Corner: Bayou Cane (LA) Fire Protection District-Squad Unit

The Bayou Cane Fire Protection District provides fire suppression duties, rescue services, EMS duties, fire investigations, safety inspections, and fire prevention activities.

Cantankerous Wisdom: Selling and Buying Fire Trucks: Part 2

When I was in the fire truck business, what used to burn my bottom was a lack of accountability demonstrated by some buyers and sellers.

Fire Apparatus Walk-Around: 2013 E-ONE HP 100 Platform, Rockwall, TX

This E-ONE aerial serves as Ladder 2 with the Rockwall (TX) Fire Department. The cab is a Cyclone II model with a Sidestacker body.

Compartment Corner: Wyantskill (NY) Engine 426

Engine 426 is Wyantskill’s first-line engine. It’s a 2007 American LaFrance with a rear-mount pump that has a 940-gallon water tank and two 30-gallon foam tanks.

Wildland Fire Apparatus, PPE on Display at WUI Conference

At the WUI Conference, held in late March in Reno, Nevada, and sponsored by the International Association of Fire Chiefs, various vendors displayed their newest products for attendees—from apparatus, to PPE.

Plano (TX) Rosenbauer Commander Pumper Walk-Around

This 2014 Rosenbauer Commander pumper was placed in service as Engine 13 with the Plano (TX) Fire Department in October, 2014.

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