In This Issue: Bill Adams Commentary; New Multimission Vehicle in Boston (MA); Loudon County (VA) Rescue Walk-Around
This week, Bill Adams provides commentary on what he sees as a changing fire apparatus dealer landscape. Also, be sure to check out a report from a recent visit to MSA’s headquarter. There are also details below about a new specialized rig purchased by the Boston (MA) Fire Department. Details are below.
There is no questioning keeping contaminated gear out of the cab. It is immaterial if bagged and tagged contaminated gear is carried back to the station on the rig (outside the cab) or carried back in a separate vehicle.
Hurricane Irene dealt a severe blow to Niagara Engine Company No. 6’s 1957-era fire station in Schoharie, New York, on August 28, 2011, flooding the fire facility with eight feet of muddy, debris-laden flood waters.
Help prevent accidents and costly damage with this simple retrofit camera system. The TrueSight camera system is available in one- or two-camera configurations and offered in both wired and wireless systems.
The new fully automatic AccuMax Fury proportioning system brings the most advanced technology and innovation to the industry’s easiest to use “big water” foam system for industrial applications—all with pinpoint accuracy.