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NFPA Warning Lights: Liability & The Little People

NFPA Warning Lights: Liability & The Little People

By Bill Adams When buying a new rig, purchasers can easily spend five figures for a warning light system that is compliant with the National Fire Protection Association NFPA 1901 Standard for Automotive Fire Apparatus. Really affluent purchasers might specify...

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An FDIC Sneak Peek of Darley’s New EM 2250

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...

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NFPA 1901 Zone C Rear Lighting – Part 2

NFPA 1901 Zone C Rear Lighting – Part 2

By Bill Adams Part 1 ended inferring the rear ends of most pumpers are congested work areas. And it questioned whether apparatus manufacturers’ standard locations for chassis and warning lights could hinder fireground operations. This part continues that...

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Darley Answers Market Demand with TSM 2000 Pump

Darley Answers Market Demand with TSM 2000 Pump

By Jason S. Darley In 2021, Darley celebrated the first shipments of our new TSM product, originally released to the OEM market in spring 2020. Not only does this product fill a long-empty gap in our product mix in a single-suction 2,000-gallons-per-minute (gpm)...

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NFPA 1901 Zone C Rear Lighting – Part 1

NFPA 1901 Zone C Rear Lighting – Part 1

By Bill Adams This article is not intended to disparage, demonize, or criticize fire apparatus purchasers; apparatus and warning light manufacturers; or any entity that governs, regulates, or mandates the design of fire apparatus. It addresses some misconceptions...

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