Ahrens-Fox Bulletin

Issue 26 and Volume 63.

Ahrens-Fox Bulletin The Ahrens-Fox Bulletin No. 117, issued by the Ahrens-Fox Fire Engine Company and dated June, 1918, contains on the front page an illustration of an Ahrens-Fox four cylinder model “K-4” pump, hose car and booster, drafting water 10 feet 6 inches; discharging 780 gallons per minute at 125 pounds pressure at Eden Park Basin, Cincinnati, the apparatus being one of a fleet of six similar new motor fire engines being installed under the direction of Chief Houston for the more complete protection of Cincinnati’s growing suburban district. A feature of the Bulletin is an article by Charles H. Fox on “Calibre of Fire Streams,” containing numerous tables and illustrations. The Bulletin also contains illustrations and descriptions of the performance of an AhrensFox engine at a test through standpipe at the Woolworth Building in July, 1917, and illustrations of convention tests in 1913, 1914, 1915 and 1916. The pamphlet…

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