"A choice target for my harassment is Harvey Eckart, a die-hard Mack aficionado and an 87-year-old Pennsylvanian, a 'mutual aid' Raisin."
Check and test all your equipment on the apparatus prior to placing it into service. Make sure your equipment is mounted and located in a way that makes it easily accessible in time of need. You can have a well-equipped rig, but make sure it functions the way you need it to.
Join Chief Bobby Halton and Draeger product specialists for a live virtual event! They will be discussing Draeger's NFPA-compliant SCBA, live-fire training solutions, fireground gas detection, and more.
A fire department’s investment in 6-inch soft suction is the most efficient and effective way to add flexibility to engine company personnel who routinely operate from fire hydrants.
When we talk about thermal imaging, certain topics can become confusing or misunderstood. Let’s try to uncomplicate some of these topics.
Join Editor Chris Mc Loone for an unboxing and demonstration of the TurboPierce: a lightweight piercing system for ultra-high-pressure firefighting.
The new Kochek ball valves in 1.0” and 1.5" sizes are now sourced directly from Scotty® Firefighter to ensure durability and top-quality performance.
More and more departments around the country are carrying out-of-the-ordinary nozzles to handle those special and unusual fire situations.
TIs process emitted infrared heat signatures that the firefighter interprets from the information shown on the TI’s screen. It’s this information that helps guide the firefighter to quickly recognize a heat signature as normal or abnormal.
The EXM2 series of monitors offers flow ranges from 300-5,000 gpm.