15 - 20 June
The FireStorm 36 is based around the first response needs of fire, rescue, EMS and police. The boat is designed around access and equipment storage for comprehensive emergency response capabilities. There are integrated specialized equipment storage lockers, devoted EMSequipment storage and a SCBA storage panel. One primary patient care berth is incorporated into the main cabin with a secondary patient care area in the cuddy that has a ceiling height of 6'5». The walk around cabin and single level deck with handrails enable safe access to all areas of the boat outside the cabin. The large aft deck provides a great deal of flexibility for performing work, transporting equipment and helicopter operations.When fitted with two 1750 GPM rated firefighting pumps the FireStorm 36 can produce flow meter results of 4,000 GPM at 150 PSI and 4,800 GPM at 60 PSI for LDH shore hydrant supply. A remote operated monitor mounted on the cabin roof provides the primary firefighting capability from a dedicated console within the cabin and a secondary monitor is mounted on the bow. Two 2.5» discharge and a 5» Storz outlet are fitted on the aft deck. Twin diesel inboard engines matched to water-jet propulsion units can propel the boat to speeds of 40 knots and allow the boat to perform emergency stops and change direction within two boat lengths. Available with an oversized dive platform or a wraparound rescue platform thatapproximately doubles water level working space for deployment and recovery and can accommodate up to 4 backboards at one time during a mass casualty incident.Awards: 2002 Great Boat of the Year at the New Orleans Work Boat Show
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