WATERAX 100 Years of Innovation

Focusing on the real needs of wildland firefighting

 

 

WATERAX – Built on 100 years of innovation, WATERAX is 100% focused on the real needs of wildland firefighting—for today and tomorrow. The WATERAX mission is to place powerful, precision engineered pumps into the hands of wildland firefighters as they protect communities, promote healthy forests and restore ecological integrity.

WATERAX sets the industry standard by developing innovative, portable fire pumps and water-handling equipment designed to withstand demanding applications and rugged environments.

See also  Ash Covers Oregon Cities

Topics

Focusing on the real needs of wildland firefighting     WATERAX – Built on 100 years of innovation, WATERAX is 100% focused on the real needs of wildland firefighting—for today and tomorrow. The WATERAX mission is to place powerful, precision engineered pumps into the hands of wildland firefighters as they protect communities, promote healthy forests […]

Get The Wildland Firefighter Newsletter

Related Articles

Wildfire Threatens Unspoiled GA Island Rich in History

Wildfire Threatens Unspoiled GA Island Rich in History

  By RUSS BYNUM Associated Press ST. CATHERINES ISLAND, Ga. (AP) — Wildfires sparked by lightning have scorched hundreds of acres on this unspoiled island off the Georgia coast, where crews are battling to protect plantation ruins, the remnants of a 16th century...

Biden Signs Off on Hefty Pay Raise for Federal Firefighters

Biden Signs Off on Hefty Pay Raise for Federal Firefighters

By AAMER MADHANI Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden has signed off on giving federal wildland firefighters a hefty raise for the next two fiscal years, a move that affects more than 16,000 firefighters and comes as much of the West braces for a...

How’re You Feeling These Days?

How’re You Feeling These Days?

When I first started firefighting as a seasonal with the Forest Service, my only stress had to do with my physical stamina to keep up with the crew and making sure my boots weren’t causing me any hot spots. Did I have enough water? Should I double lunch today? By the...