Pumps

Darley 1.5AGE24K a Wildland Workhorse

By Jason S. Darley The Darley 1.5AGE24K has earned its position as a best-in-class wildland firefighting pump and continues to demonstrate why it maintains a strong market lead. The 1.5AGE pump is a high-pressure, low-volume, single-stage pump with a single ...

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Darley EM Pump Continues to Hold Its Own in Major Metro Fire Departments

By Jason S. Darley In 2013, a trend of many major metropolitan fire departments making the switch to Darley pumps began with the Charlotte (NC) Fire Department committing to move to a Darley EM 2000 pump. Many other departments, including ...

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Darley PSM Pump Surging in Popularity

By Jason S. Darley The Darley PSM 1500 Pump has continued to surge in popularity with many fire departments. Both the Detroit (MI) Fire Department and Boston (MA) Fire Department have been featured in recent Darley “We Switched” advertising campaigns ...

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Video: Frenchtown Township (MI) Pumper Walkaround

Neil Hawley of the Frenchtown Township (MI) Fire Department recently conducted a walkaround of his department’s two new Sutphen custom pumpers. Check out the video below. “Thank you, Frenchtown Township Fire Department for your trust in Sutphen and your local ...

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Darley Builds CAFS Quick-Attack Truck for East Avon, NY

By Alan M. Petrillo East Avon (NY) Fire Department always was a believer in equipping its apparatus with foam systems, especially for industrial applications and for motor vehicle fires, but hesitated to get into compressed air foam systems (CAFS) until ...

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Is a Single Pump Discharge Pressure Feasible?

As long as the rig has an adequate water supply, and no one is screaming on the radio to raise or lower pump pressures, pump operators might let the pump do its own thing. Regardless of the reason, a lackadaisical attitude might develop that could be inherently dangerous on the fireground.

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Darley Invests in Automated Balancer

Taking this component from a hand-balanced piece to an automated piece, Darley was able to increase precision to an already highly efficient component.

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