Foster Rescue Develops Mini Foam Truck

Foster Rescue
Continuing its emphasis on compact apparatus, Foster Rescue has introduced the Badger mini foam truck with a PolyBilt body and a Darley Davey pump.

Foster Rescue Products has developed a mini foam truck it calls the Badger.

The new vehicle is designed for fire suppression needs in tight spaces, like parking garages, factories and major public facilities.

The Badger is built on a subcompact chassis with a width of 4 feet, 8 inches and a height of 6 feet. It uses a 55-hp gasoline engine and a 5-speed transmission.

It’s equipped with a 13-hp Darley Davey pump with an electric starter. Its body is made by PolyBilt with roll-up doors and includes storage space for equipment and gear.

Foster Rescue, located in Waynesboro, Pa., entered the fire/rescue market in 2002 with an innovative product line of compact rescue, light, and air units in a light, highly mobile trailer format.

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