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The company added new features and improved existing ones
The portable monitor can be pointed in virtually every direction.
The fire departments received a $189, 050 FEMA grant and each company matched a $5,000 pledge to the project
A local fire department is offering to test it on a structure fire
The city must decide if a requirement should be put into place for grandfathered high-rises to be retrofitted with sprinklers
The girl scrambled out of the basement's primary exit and made it out through the home's front door
A state mandate requiring indoor sprinklers in new homes 4,500 square feet and larger goes into effect in January
Company Name: Dakota Fire Systems Headquarters: Rapid City, South Dakota Signature Product: Motak Website: Using a primitive gel delivery system that he
Firefighter Matt Scarpuzzi created a device called Quickstop Fire Sprinkler Tools which turns off sprinkler water within seconds
It's the season for chimney fires; here are few tools to make your fire attack easier and safer.
With over 90 years of experience, WaterMax LLC is excited to introduce FireSuppress, a firefighting tool developed with the help of cotton farmers and firefighters in California,
In confined spaces, these mini extinguishers can save lives and property.
In early February 2013, FireRescue1 conducted a survey on foam system use and trends in the industry. We have posted the results to the survey below. Highlights: • 94% of
NORTHBROOK, Ill. — UL is notifying distributors, fire departments, regulatory agencies and authorities having jurisdiction that the Fire Sprinklers identified below bear a
By Jean Murphy The Chicago Daily Herald ITASCA, Ill. — Mention the name "Darley" to virtually any firefighter in the world and you will find at least some spark of
By Everdeen Mason, Mark McGregor, and Tom Beyerlein Dayton Daily News PIKE TWP., Ohio — A massive blaze at an oil company took firefighters six hours to get under control
By Ashleigh Perriot Canberra Times CANBERRA, Australia — Home owners have been warned against do-it-yourself firefighting after two "extremely lucky" Pearce
The News Sentinel MOSCOW — Huge flames danced for hours on the top floors of an under-construction Moscow skyscraper that is to be Europe's tallest, lighting up the night
By Liz Farmer The Examiner WASHINGTON — The Districts only rescue boat capable of handling large-scale emergencies is obsolete and its upkeep has been neglected, putting the
By James E. Johannessen With the New Year came the release of the revised edition of "NFPA 1911, Standard for the Inspection, Maintenance, Testing, and Retirement of