Valor Cab Configurator: Build Your Seat, Your Way

chrism Valor First Responder Seating launches it’s first cab configurator, allowing users to pick their own seats in a generic cab configuration. The configurator tool lets users control every aspect of the customization process, from choosing which seat to input into the cab, to the color combinations associated with them. Reflect your brand style with […]

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The Rig: It’s the Little Things

chrism [ngg_images source=”galleries” container_ids=”173″ display_type=”photocrati-nextgen_pro_imagebrowser” ajax_pagination=”0″ display_type_view=”imagebrowser-dark-template.php” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] By Ricky Riley When trying to come up with ideas for this month’s Rig article, I spent a lot of time looking at our new delivery of engines. We were fortunate enough to purchase six engines over the last year and just took delivery […]

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REV Group Fire Division Brands Introduce New Aerial Products

chrism Since FDIC International 2018, the REV Group’s Fire Division has made several announcements regarding not only new products for its fire apparatus lines (AXIS and ZeroRPM) and decontamination and biohazard mitigation options for fire trucks, but this division has also been busy enhancing its aerial product lines. E-ONE’s newest aerial product is its HR […]

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KME Fire Apparatus Introduces the Tuff Truck Aerialcat™

chrism NESQUEHONING, PA—KME Fire Apparatus, a manufacturer of fire apparatus, announces the launch of the new extreme-duty aerial, the Tuff Truck AerialCat™. The new Tuff Truck™ was specifically designed to meet the demands of a challenging urban environment with tight streets and numerous obstacles. The 103-foot Tuff Truck AerialCat™ is a highly maneuverable 103-foot ladder […]

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PA Volunteer Fire Company Gets TDA from KME

chrism [ngg_images source=”galleries” container_ids=”233″ display_type=”photocrati-nextgen_pro_imagebrowser” ajax_pagination=”0″ display_type_view=”imagebrowser-dark-template.php” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] By Alan M. Petrillo The North Penn Volunteer Fire Company, North Wales, Pennsylvania, wanted to replace a 1997 Simon LTI 75-foot quint with a longer ladder, but not necessarily another quint, as long as the rig had a pump and water tank as well […]

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Darley Introduces Digitrol™ Panels

chrism The rugged new Digitrol™ J1939-compatible digital control panel system is currently available as an option on Darley 24-hp diesel Kubota powered portable pumps. The controls are jam packed with functionality and available for single- or dual-panel applications. What sets these control panels apart is their pressure control options with the unique ability to choose […]

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The Rig: Is the Side Suction the Answer?

chrism By Ricky Riley In past Rig articles and Fire Apparatus & Emergency Equipment articles, I have championed having numerous options for receiving water to your engine company. Making sure you have all the tools in the tool box to be able to supply the engine with water is one of the basic functions of […]

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Zico Premix Container Holders Now Available in Black

chrism YARDLEY, PA—Responding to popular demand, Zico has expanded its line of premix and bar oil container storage options and is now offering each model in black as well as yellow. The Single Premix/Bar Container Holder – Black, Model QM-PMH-1-B, accommodates a choice of one cylindrical 32-ounce (3⅜″ dia.) can or one rectangular 32-ounce (2⅝″ […]

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