August 2005
Fire Chief;Aug2005, Vol. 49 Issue 8, p15
Trade Publication
The article reports on the companies related to fire departments in the U.S. Tempest Technology Ltd. has delivered a mobile-ventilation unit to the Chicago Fire Department. The hydraulically powered MVU will be used to provide positive-pressure ventilation during fire attack operations in high-rise buildings, subways and auto tunnels. Dialogic Communications Corp. (DCC) of Nashville, a provider of emergency notification technology, will accept applications for its 2005 grant program through September 30, 2005. Open to city and county fire, law enforcement and emergency management agencies, the grant program awards two winners access to DCC's hosted notification solutions free-of-charge for two years. Akron Brass Co. has acquired WeldonTechnologies Inc., the maker of a variety of vehicle lighting and control systems.


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