HydraSpear: Announcing the Release of New Wildland Firefighting Tools to the U.S. Fire Service for 2020!

Improve efficiency on the fire line

 

 

The new SaberSpear™ Wildland Firefighting Tool line-up improves fireground operational efficiency in stubborn wildland fire areas!


By using the extendable, sub-surface injection action combined with topside extinguishing ability, these tools provide new options for fighting wildland fires above and below ground nationwide.

 

SaberSpear™ Wildland Firefighting Kit P/N 54503 shown here.

 

The new SaberSpear™ Wildland Firefighting Tool line-up improves fireground operational efficiency in stubborn wildland fire areas!

By using the extendable, sub-surface injection action combined with topside extinguishing ability, these tools provide new options for fighting wildland fires above and below ground nationwide.

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Watch SaberSpear™ Tools in action at www.hydraspear.com

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