Read the features and news on fire trucks and fire equipment from the March 2021 issue of Fire Apparatus & Emergency Equipment magazine.
Read the features and news on fire trucks and fire equipment from the February 2021 issue of Fire Apparatus & Emergency Equipment magazine.
Check out some of the rigs showcased in the March 2021 edition of Fire Apparatus & Emergency Equipment.
Fire departments are choosing onboard foam systems as standard features on their new apparatus for a number of reasons.
As an independent fire company, Merrick could choose the manufacturer it wanted without going out to bid, so it chose Seagrave
How can a pumper be set up to operate efficiently with two or three firefighters? Bill Adams and Rick Riley share their views.
Highland Associates, Mitchell Associates Architects Design New Station 1 for Yonkers (NY) Fire Department
Al Petrillo takes a closer look at the new Station 1 for the Yonkers (NY) Fire Department.
Many departments have designed in-house personal protective equipment (PPE) cleaning either through additions, repurposing existing space, or in a new fire station.
Fire departments and those assigned to an engine company should evaluate how their truck is designed and look to see if there are efficiencies that can be realized with some simple changes to equipment locations and hose deployment.
Some of the least expensive and seldom addressed accoutrements on a fire truck are the adjustable shelves and trays provided in its exterior equipment compartments.
FAMA member companies have found that although adapting to the pandemic-related restrictions has not affected the overall success of the apparatus industry, there are some pros and cons that should be acknowledged.
Whether you are the senior firefighter on the shift, the firehouse boss, or the budding firehouse boss, don’t be afraid to jump into the role.