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Darley Builds WASP Max for North Evans (NY) Fire District

The North Evans WASP Max is powered by a 330-hp 6.7-liter diesel engine; has Super Single wheels and tires and a suspension lift package; and has a 320-gallon water tank, a 25-gallon Class A foam tank, and a FoamPro 2001 foam system.

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Darley Responds to Pandemic Crisis

As an essential business, Darley has remained open during the COVID-19 pandemic to support our military and first responder customers by providing hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of personal protective equipment (PPE).

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Ask a Darley Engineer: Thermal Relief Valves

Essentially, Darley's thermal relief valve assembly is a thermal switch that controls a ball valve, which opens when the thermal switch senses hot water.

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Smart Firefighting Podcast

Darley's Kevin Sofen and Mike Mocerino shake up their podcast format to bring you their personal experiences at CES, which includes deepfakes, 360 videos, drones, and more.

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Darley CAFS Vision Pumper to Port Edwards, WI

By Darley Team   Port Edwards, WI , has taken delivery of a Darley Vision Pumper. The apparatus uses a Spartan 380-hp Metro Star chassis, equipped with a Darley PSMC 1500 Pump with CAFS. The engine is a Cummins L9. ...

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The Fast Attack Answer to Brush Fires

  By Darley Team   In wildland operations getting water to the fire is half the battle. Fires can spring up anywhere and can grow out of control before they reach an area that standard apparatus would be able to ...

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Solving the Water Pressure Problem for Wildland Firefighters

By Darley Team   You’ve arrived at the fire and begin laying down water. Everything is going as planned, the chiefs barking orders, the probie is holding the nozzle correctly, then you notice the water pressure drop. You run to ...

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Ask a Darley Engineer

Depending on the brand of engine, the new tier 4 engine can mean a number of new exhaust aftertreatment considerations when laying out and installing a diesel-powered pump.

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