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WATERAX – The work of wildland firefighters benefits us all, yet most people know very little about who they are, what they do and the tools of their trade.

They protect communities from wildfire, promote healthy forests, and restore ecological integrity. 

Our mission is to place powerful, precision engineered pumps into the hands of the dedicated men and women who protect our forests and most cherished natural resources from the ravages of wildfires!

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Putting pumps in the hands of the protectors     WATERAX – The work of wildland firefighters benefits us all, yet most people know very little about who they are, what they do and the tools of their trade. They protect communities from wildfire, promote healthy forests, and restore ecological integrity.  Our mission is to […]

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