An FDIC Sneak Peek of Darley’s New EM 2250

By Jason S. Darley

A mainstay in many metro fire departments and in the Darley product lineup for many years, the Darley EM 2000 has been the subject of an intensive product improvement campaign in the Darley Pump Division for the past two years. While many companies were shut down due to COVID, Darley’s engineering team was hard at work improving the performance and flow capabilities of the EM product while maintaining the low profile of the pump appreciated by our customers around the globe.

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Darley is excited for the official release of the newly designed EM 2250 later this month at the Fire Department Instructors Conference (FDIC) in Indianapolis (IN). The new design provides the option of a higher rating for customers. The EM is specifiable in either a two-stage profile capable of performances exceeding 600-gallons-per-minute (gpm) at 600-pounds-per-square-inch (psi) on the second stage or as a single-stage product. In both offerings the pump, like many on the Darley product line, is capable of significant reserve capacity in performance beyond its 2,250-gpm rating point at 150-psi.

The EM 2250 is available coupled to either of Darley’s best-in-class transmissions, the MagnaTrans™ or the MegaTrans™. (It comes standard with the MagnaTrans.) Both transmissions are rated at 19,230-foot-pounds (ft-lbs) of torque and feature the extremely strong yet surprisingly quiet helically-cut gear design our customers frequently rave about.

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Whether your department chooses the two- or the single-stage offering, the EM 2250 has proven to surpass even Darley’s initial expectations heading into the project and will continue to answer the call with and for our customers as it does in many of the largest cities throughout North America and the world.

For more information on the EM 2250, to be connected with your local Darley regional representative, or to schedule a tour for yourself or your apparatus committee, please reach out to Jason Darley at JasonDarley@Darley.com or at (715) 456-9390.

Jason S. Darley is North American sales manager for W.S. Darley & Company.

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By Jason S. Darley A mainstay in many metro fire departments and in the Darley product lineup for many years, the Darley EM 2000 has been the subject of an intensive product improvement campaign in the Darley Pump Division for the past two years. While many companies were shut down due to COVID, Darley’s engineering […]

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