Don’t let the size fool you, with the Darley 1500-gpm pump it will take care of all of our water supply needs.
Travis County (TX) ESD No. 1 was seeking to replace a rear-mount aerial ladder quint with a more maneuverable mid-mount model and turned to Sutphen Corp. who built a SL 75 aerial ladder quint for the district.
Darley’s In Service Podcast | New Eco-Friendly Efforts at Darley; India’s Fire Service Industry; Leaders Need to Look in the Mirror
In this episode of the In Service podcast, “New Eco-friendly Efforts at Darley”, we feature a special guest, Amanda Norman, a manufacturing engineering manager at Darley. She shares her transition from product development and enhancement to a focus on manufacturing engineering the most efficient and highest quality products Darley has to offer.
Unmanned Systems are being added as critical team members across first responder teams, and adoption is predicted to grow by 10% in the next seven years according to Cognitive Market Research. While it is easy to buy a drone, the work of setting up a viable program can be daunting.
Lexington County (SC) Fire Services has put a Sutphen SPH 100 aerial platform quint in service in its fleet of firefighting apparatus.
Back in 2021, Congress passed the Infrastructure and Jobs Act, with a portion of funding going to the U.S. Forest Service and other groups within the Department of Agriculture to help fight the increase in wildfires. With that initiative in...
Each apparatus was specifically designed for the Orlando Fire Department and its unique Central Florida firefighting needs.
David Rea, Cortland’s chief, says the department wanted to replace a pumper that Cortland had outgrown in terms of how much equipment they wanted to carry. “We purchased a new rescue-pumper from Sutphen Corp. through the Ohio State Term Schedule, which is a cooperative purchasing program that Sutphen participates in,” Rea says.
Modified by Darley, a global manufacturer and distributor for defense, fire and rescue vehicles, the vehicle will aid National Park Service firefighters in protecting Bandelier’s 33,000 acres that include ancient native lands and sacred sites.
Slade McLendon joins Darley as a recent top graduate from Auburn University, bringing with him a wealth of knowledge and a strong commitment to serving first responders.
The Bozeman Fire Department reported on social media June 5 that two new pumpers, originally ordered in August 2021, are nearing completion and are expected to arrive mid-summer.
The Darley Thought Leadership Essay Contest is an annual competition that invites fire service professionals to share their thoughts on diversity and inclusion in the fire service.