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Waterous Case Histories
Ten Reasons Why You Should Use CAFS
While compressed-air foam systems have their roots in wildland fire operations, the technology has proved to be a revolutionary breakthrough in structural fire...
Retrofitting Existing Apparatus with Compressed Air
In today’s economy, many departments are postponing new apparatus purchases and are instead keeping their existing apparatus in service. A large ...
TEN STEPS TO INTEGRATE CAFS INTO YOUR FIRE DEPARTMENT
The use of compressed air foam is gaining increasing acceptance in the fire service industry worldwide. As you consider bringing this technolog...
DON'T LET YOUR PUMP GET YOU HEATED - OVERHEAT PROTECTION
When it comes to fighting fire, one of the most important tools is the fire pump. Sure you could find other ways to put out a fire, but ce...
THE PUMP TRANSMISSION - PUTTING THE POWER TO THE PUMP
In the last installment of the “Anatomy of a Fire Pump,” Jay Rought wrote the article “The Pump Body – The Unsung Hero”. In it Jay ex...
THE PUMP BODY - THE UNSUNG HERO
In the last installment of the “Anatomy of a Fire Pump”, Steve Morelan wrote the article “The Heart of the Fire Pump”. In it Steve referred to the fire pum...
THE HEART OF THE FIRE PUMP: THE IMPELLER
The fire pump is sometimes referred to as the ‘heart’ of the fire truck. For without a pump, a fire truck is just a transport vehicle that can bring fir...
THE ANATOMY OF A FIRE PUMP
As I considered a topic for this article, it occurred to me that there has been little discussion on the anatomy of a fire pump, and I believe it is important to spend more...
WATEROUS CAFS RETROFIT LEADS TO NEW CAFS PURCHASE
A Waterous compressed air foam system (CAFS) retrofit of a 1998 MR Mack pumper two years ago convinced members of the Budd Lake (N.J.) Fire Departm...