Cavette, Chris
January 2005
Fire Chief;Jan/Feb2005 Supplement, Vol. 49, p5
Trade Publication
Introduces several apparatus and components for emergency services in the U.S. Pros and cons of the heavy-duty rig, Strong Arm, by Ferrara Fire Apparatus Inc.; Specifications of the foam-proportioning system, Fix Mix, from Rosenbauer America; Applications of light-emitting diode vehicle lights.


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