When we talk about thermal imaging, certain topics can become confusing or misunderstood. Let’s try to uncomplicate some of these topics.
The Campbell County (WY) Fire Department was replacing a commercial cab Type 1 engine, one of a dozen Type 1 pumpers in its fleet, but wanted to change to a custom chassis and cab with four-wheel-drive capability.
New technologies come so quickly that we sometimes don’t have an opportunity to master them before the next one comes down the pike.
Design a new apparatus purchase not only for the present but for future needs. If you can afford to with your budget, make sure you add compartment space for future tool purchases and additional space for hose.
Here's a collection of recent deliveries features in our October 2020 issue.
This article will focus on the vehicles with conventional drum brake systems in service today and stress the importance of regular maintenance on these brake systems to ensure long-term safety and performance.
What, exactly, does “new technology” or “new rescue technology” really mean?
This month, we asked Bill Adams and Ricky Riley, “What is the most significant apparatus maintenance challenge today?”
Technological advances have dramatically changed many things in the fire service.
As the smoke begins to settle on the information harvested from COVID-19, some changes in the fire service are inevitable.