WATERAX MARK-3® Series Fire Pump

Photoshoot for Waterax in Trabuco Canyon, CA USA Saturday March 19th, 2016.

The 4-stage detachable pump end patentend in 1958 gave birth to the iconic MARK-3®. Since WAJAX first introduced the MARK-3® in 1964, it has been the standard wildland portable fire pump used by forestry agencies around the world. A truly outstanding and reliable performer, the MARK-3® fire pump is designed to withstand the rigors of firefighting and it is the core of most water delivery systems in wildland operations.

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The 4-stage detachable pump end patentend in 1958 gave birth to the iconic MARK-3®. Since WAJAX first introduced the MARK-3® in 1964, it has been the standard wildland portable fire pump used by forestry agencies around the world. A truly outstanding and reliable performer, the MARK-3® fire pump is designed to withstand the rigors of […]

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