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A compromised supply line is a compromised fire attack; this simple tool can keep the water flowing
Here's a look at seven tank options and which applications they best fit.
This semi-pulled pumper system designed by a naval engineer redefined "big water."
A nozzle is one component in a water-delivery system; know the system and how each nozzle's attributes fit into it.
The portable monitor can be pointed in virtually every direction.
At triple the capacity of its former tender, the new rig will haul water across the 780-square-mile jurisdiction.
Company Name: Mark-A-Hydrant Headquarters: Allentown, PA Signature Product: Mark-A-Hydrant® Website: Intro: It's been said that the "simplest
These unwieldy beasts make up a large percentage of apparatus crashes; follow these sound safety procedures to tame that beast and keep firefighters safe.
The firefighter claims the company schemed him so they could sell or market the invention as their own; Elkhart Brass has not commented on the suit
It was another good year for the development of products that help make the job of firefighters safe, more effective and efficient
There were some incredibly innovative firefighting tools introduced this year and an equally incredible amount of work left to do on that front.
Seal leaks with a one-size-fits-all stopper that can be installed from a 'safe' distance.
Here's a bird's eye view of crews making progress against the massive wildfire
Getting water from a static source to an apparatus is a critical component of rural firefighting; here's the drafting equipment you'll need.
Call it what you like, the most important thing a water transporter can do is function as it's needed — and that comes down to selecting the right vehicle.
California-based Rescue 42 debuted the prototype for its Vault at this year's Fire Rescue International tradeshow in Denver. The unit is essentially a pull cart that is raised
By Jannise Johnson The San Bernardino County Sun NEEDLES, Calif. — A fire damaged a hotel in Needles on Wednesday morning, with some dysfunctional hydrants hampering
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
The International Association of Fire Chiefs' technology council released a whitepaper on testing its members observed using TetraKO's water enhancer. The water enhancer, a
Elkhart Brass has been providing new products to the fire service for the past 110 years. Developed by a lieutenant from the Chicago Fire Department, one of its most recent

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