Ask for the Real McCoy: Trust the MARK-3® to Move Water

The MARK-3® successfully passed the USDA Forest Service 100 hours endurance test

 

 

WHEN YOU’RE HERE, THERE’S NO ROOM FOR COMPROMISE. YOU CAN TRUST THE MARK-3® TO MOVE WATER

Trusted in the wildland firefighting community for generations.

When fires occur in remote locations such as wildland forests and mountainous regions, you need a lightweight, robust and compact portable pump, which will allow you to relocate quickly while minimizing fatigue. The MARK-3®, with its unmatched power-to-weight ratio and two-stroke engine, is your ideal solution.

The MARK-3® portable fire pump is considered to be an essential piece of equipment used by wildland firefighters across North America and around the world. The upgraded MARK-3® successfully passed the USDA Forest Service 100 hours endurance test in San Dimas on 08/04/15 and has been requalified under QPL Number 274-001.

WATERAX acquired the intellectual property and the rights to manufacture the durable 185cc engine from ROTAX. We invested heavily in new tooling and major improvements on key engine components in order to make the 185cc engine lighter and more durable.

The WATERAX 185cc engine features the following enhancements:

Nikasil-coated cylinder
Impregnated crankcase
Composite cooling fan
Longer recoil rope

The new Nikasil-coated cylinder is the most significant upgrade on the MARK-3® in years!

Benefits from these improvements include

Safer to operate
1.5 lbs lighter
More Reliable
More Durable
More Eco-Friendly

The MARK-3® also benefited from previous improvements that are now available as Upgrade Kits.

Maintenance-Free Pump End
Digital Ignition Solution

The trustworthy MARK-3® is always there for you when you need it.

Ask for the real McCoy: the MARK-3®, recognized across the firefighting industry as the ultimate lightweight, portable pump.

GET YOUR MARK-3 PARTS AT THE NEW WATERAX ONLINE STORE

Recent News
The MARK-3® successfully passed the USDA Forest Service 100 hours endurance test and requalified on Aug 4th, 2015 at the San Dimas Technology and Development Center (SDTDC) and secured a 5-year contract for pump kits with the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA).