15 - 20 June, Hannover/Germany
Chief Fire & Rescue
The Chief FCS4 is the world's first floating composite submersible pump, providing high-performance pumping capacities (up to 4000 GPM) with superior corrosion resistance in a compact, lightweight design. The pump casing is made from a resin encased multi-layer double weave fiberglass cloth shell able to withstand impact and a lifetime of saltwater use that far surpasses aluminum, bronze and stainless technologies. Additionally, the impeller is made from structural graphite composite, significantly reducing weight from a traditional bronze or steel impeller. With a mass of approximately 150 lbs, the unit can be deployed by a two man team, providing tactical flexibility to emergency response crews in fire fighting and de-watering operations
The Javelin-S is a lightweight trailer-mounted monitor capable of delivering up to 3000 GPM (11356 LPM) of water/foam solution up to 300 feet (91 meters) in range. ...
The Hurricane Series pumping system operates much in the same way as a firetruck pump. The pump is driven by an industrial power unit and either mounted within a ...