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TETHER BUDDY BREATHER
ISI (International Safety Instruments): Male/female connector manifold on equipped ISI Viking models enables two two-foot buddy breather lines (one from each Viking SCBA) to be combined into one four-foot line. Extra length allows buddy breathers to walk upright, climb ladders, and negotiate obstacles. Provides trapped SCBA users more flexible access to a rescuer’s air supply. (888) ISI-SAFE.
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FIREVIEW 2.0 INTERFACE
The Omega Group, Inc.: Customized, easy-to-use interface for mapping, analyzing, and reporting fire and EMS data. FireView integrates fire/EMS data with ArcView GIS software and geographic boundary layers. Enables public safety personnel to better manage operations through analysis and reporting. FireView displays a GIS interface to existing CAD and RMS databases to import data automatically at scheduled intervals, providing the department with the most recent data to analyze. (858) 481-3119.
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HYDRO HANDHELD HYDRAULICS SOFTWARE
On Duty Technology: Hydraulics software calculates pump pressure, flow rate, and friction loss. Features include support for multiple nozzles, hoses, appliances, and multiple lines. Program runs on Palm OS devices. Developed by deputy chief/training officer in partnership with a professional software developer. Palms are inexpensive, light, and easy to carry in pocket. Download free 30-day trial software online at www.ondutytech.com. (760) 930-9711.
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PROTEK CHAMPION NOZZLES AND TIPS
FSI North America: Products include a complete range of Adjusta-Flow, automatic, and fixed gallonage one-, 1.5-, and 2.5-inch aluminum and brass nozzles and tips; shutoffs; playpipes; portable and fixed aluminum and brass monitors with flow ranges from 500 to 1,250 gpm; stream shapers; stacked tips; and master stream nozzles with automatic, fixed, and Adjusta-Flow nozzles with flow rates of 500 to 1,250 gpm. Foam tubes for various sizes of nozzles, eductors, and specialty foam and master stream nozzles; wyes; and siamese are available in all sizes in aluminum and brass from 1.5- to six-inch inlet/outlet including storz fittings. (440) 891-1523.
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AIRMOBILE 2.0 SOFTWARE
Motorola, Inc.: Information management software enables users to receive data over a system’s wireless local area network (WLAN) from almost anywhere in the coverage area. Large, recurring data transfers can now be accomplished without taking units out of service or interfering with mission-critical communications. Users can transfer large files including maps, mug shots, reports, and Intranet pages without tying up the data communications network. Mobile systems now can be updated while personnel are refueling vehicles, taking breaks, or moving through shift changes in the field. Once configured by the system administrator, the mobile units are automatically updated whenever they enter the system’s coverage area. (888) 567-7347.
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PLATINUM CLASS A WILDLAND FIRE FIGHTING FOAM
Buckeye Fire Equipment Co.: Earth-friendly foam concentrates are used by wildland firefighters all over the country. In a major foam agent test sponsored by Chevron Corp. and API, Buckeye passed more fire tests than any other product tested. (877) 391-FOAM (3626). E-mail: christa@buckeyefoam.com.
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CAIRNSHELMETS ESS FIREFIGHTER GOGGLES
MSA (Mine Safety Appliances): InnerZone goggles are NFPA1971-2000-compliant. Full-vented goggles do not fog and fit over most prescription glasses. InnerZone One attaches to structural helmet with two-piece strap and mounting bracket; InnerZone Two has snap-on/snap-off structural helmet attachment; and InnerZone Three attaches to structural helmet with a wraparound strap. (877) MSA-FIRE.
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COMMAND ZONETM INFORMATION CENTER
Pierce Manufacturing, Inc.: Upgraded system has new display screen providing apparatus and pump operating information. Electroluminescent display is readable in all ambient light conditions, including direct sunlight. Designed to withstand vibration, impact, moisture, and temperatures between -407F and 1857F. Driver can view engine, pump, and aerial operation data. (920) 832-3155.
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091-28HP AIR EJECT HP
Kussmaul Electronics Co., Inc.: Automatic air line disconnect for 175-psi (13 bar) systems. Disconnects air line from emergency vehicle in which air brake pressure is maintained by external compressor. When engine starts, solenoid valve opens, applying air to piston, which ejects air hose fitting. Designed specifically for vehicles with high-pressure air systems. Prevents driver from driving away and breaking air line. (800) 346-0857.
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SR65I RADIO ACCESSORY
Con-Space Communications, Ltd.: Designed for use when using face mask, haz-mat suit or any kind of breathing apparatus and in high-noise environments. Equipped with large PTT that interfaces with most current portable radios. Weatherproof, rugged, and requires no batteries. Intrinsically safe approved. (800) 564-3405.
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SEE-THROUGH SHUTTER
Dover Roller Shutters: Allows personnel to check on compartment equipment and supplies without opening, for enhanced security. Windows made of 5/16-inch-thick, high-grade perspex; same material used for jet-fighter cockpit canopies. Nyloy 30 shutters may be modified to incorporate See-Through system. Full peripheral and interlath seals are standard. Optional locks. (877) 247-3604.
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LTX312 MULTIGAS MONITOR
Industrial Scientific Corp.: Continuously monitors for up to three gases: oxygen, combustible gases (LEL or methane), and any of 10 toxic gases. Electrochemical sensors monitor CO in hydrogen backgrounds and ammonia in high-temperature and high-humidity environments. Instantly recognizes and identifies installed sensors and adjusts alarms and recommended calibration parameters accordingly. (800) DETECTS.
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LUMBAR EAGLE PACK
Eagle Gear: Designed for wildland firefighter use. Lumbar support web system designed to reduce back strain by transferring weight from back and shoulders onto hips while providing additional back support. Aerospacer materials used allow air to circulate between lumbar support and back while drawing moisture away from body. Detachable Eagle day pack has more than 1,200 cubic inches of storage with two zippered personal gear pockets, two exterior fuel/water bottle pouches, and hydrocell pocket inside main pack to insulate 70-ounce water bladder (not included). Includes four canteen holders and two quick-release fire shelter holders. (800) 695-3245.
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FLAME FIRE APPARATUS
Seagrave Fire Apparatus: Features aluminum tubing safety cage and aluminum body. Seating for up to eight personnel. Lower compartments are 26 inches deep with 24 inches of usable space behind rollup doors. Waterous or Hale fire pumps available with up to 1,500-gpm capacity. Detroit Series 40E 300-hp engine standard; optional 330-hp. Allison MD3060P transmission standard; optional MD3060PR. Poly water tanks available up to 1,000 gallons. (715) 823-2141.
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FATS EMERGENCY RESPONSE TRAINER (ETS)
VectorCommand North America: Provides flexible training environment tailored to department’s policies/procedures and individual student requirements. WindowsT-based instructor interface and open architecture permit easy future upgrades. Uses simulated fire hoses that realistically replicate nozzle reaction and stream effectiveness. Action is tracked and recorded for review. (703) 425-1988.
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CELEBRATE SAFELY FOR BARGES VIDEO
American Pyrotechnics Association (APA): Ten-minute video demonstrates planning, setup, and firing of water-based public fireworks displays from barges, platforms, and floats. Based on NFPA 1123, Code for Fireworks Displays, video includes new NFPA requirements adopted in 2000. Video available at special discount for fire departments. Fireworks emergency response information available at http://www.americanpyro.com/fireservice/fireservice.html. Fire data, safety tips, and injury data are available at the “Safety Information” section of www.americanpyro.com. (301) 907-8181.
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NOVEC™ 1230 FIRE PROTECTION FLUID
3M Performance Materials Division: New fire extinguishing material is a viable long-term replacement for halon. Designed to balance the need for extinguishing performance, human safety, and low environmental impact. Chemical structure is low in acute toxicity, providing a significant margin of safety at relatively high extinguishing concentrations. Zero ozone depletion potential, five-day atmospheric lifetime, and a global warming potential of one. Leaves no residue and is nonconductive; will not damage sensitive electronic equipment. Applications include electronics housed in occupied spaces such as telecommunications switch rooms, computer and electronic control hazards, hazards aboard ships, and critical military applications such as engine and crew bay vehicle and flightline protection. (800) 632-2304.
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FIREPANTM EXTINGUISHER TRAINING SYSTEM
Survival Systems: Allows realistic, environmentally responsible fire extinguisher training. Safety certified to ANSI standards. Electronic ignition system compatible with all fire suppression agents. (800) 788-3888, ext. 119.
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QRAE PLUS GAS MONITOR
Rae Systems: Portable four-gas (combustible, oxygen, hydrogen sulfide, carbon monoxide) monitor tailored for confined-space entry. Internal pump allows for flow rate of 150 cc/minute. Features include easy-to-reach buttons and one-button calibration with auto-zero capability. Optional datalogging capability of up to 16,000 points (67 hours and four channels). Water- and dust-resistant. (408) 752-0723.
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JOB INJURY PREVENTION PROGRAM
BodyLogic Health Management: Targeted to the needs of fire protection personnel. Emphasizes ergonomics such as lifting and twisting. Uses prevention principles and proper body mechanics to create long-term injury prevention program. Individual assessment and prescription ensure compliance and measurable reduction in personal-injury claims. Designed to work with different training mandates and existing injury prevention efforts. Supervisor training and resource materials include books and videos. (800) 887-8018.
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PRO SEALTM TANKS
Pro Poly of America, Inc.: Feature PolypreneTM construction from premium grade, virgin copolymer resin, extrusion welding on all external seams, and patented Bent EdgeTM for fewer seams. All components meet NFPA standards. Booster, elliptical, skid, and wetside units available. (352) 629-1414.
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GUT ESCAPE BELT
Xtreme Rescue Technologies: Constructed of two-inch nylon webbing rated at 8,000 pounds. All load-bearing stitching protected from heat and abrasion by Thread Protector. May be dressed with 3M ScotchliteT Triple Trim for visibility. Can be used for self-rescue, search and rescue, rapid intervention, ladder work, or for carrying accessories. (815) 332-7058.
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EQUIPMENT CATALOG
Unifire: 15-page color catalog includes PPV fans, confined-space blowers, Univent Pro Saw for ventilation, saw accessories, UF-25 smoke generator, and Unifighter nozzles. (509) 535-7746.
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