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Elkhart Brass

Elkhart Brass is the industry’s most experienced manufacturer of innovative fire fighting and fire protection equipment. We know firefighting is inherently dangerous. That is why we make this commitment to you. We promise to do everything in our power to assure the Elkhart Brass products you use are the highest quality, safest equipment available on the market.

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Elkhart Brass

Elkhart Brass is the industry’s most experienced manufacturer of innovative firefighting and fire protection equipment. We manufacture more than 2,000 products used in virtually every aspect of fire fighting. Our products are found in fire departments around the world, building systems and off-shore drilling sites, as well as in military, marine and industrial firefighting applications.

Well known for its commitment to quality, value and customer service, Elkhart celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2002. In 2015, Elkhart Brass was acquired by Safe Fleet creating the leading global provider of safety solutions for fleet vehicles. The combination of Elkhart Brass with FRC and FoamPro enables the company to develop integrated systems of monitors, valves, foam proportioning and electronic controls for the global emergency market.

Headquartered in Belton, MO, Safe Fleet owns a portfolio of brands that provide increased functionality and integrated solutions for fleet vehicle manufacturers and operators around the world. These brands serve six major markets including: Emergency, Military and Industrial, Work Truck, Waste, Truck and Trailer, and Bus/Rail/RV. With more than 1000 employees, the Safe Fleet family of brands operates over 500,000 square feet of manufacturing space and targets markets with increasing demand for operator, passenger and pedestrian safety. For more information about Safe Fleet please visit www.safefleet.net.

Elkhart Brass still operates at its original site in Elkhart, Indiana. In addition to manufacturing and management, the location also houses product research and development, engineering, and product testing.

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Magnesium Chloride-Based Fire Retardant. Is it Worth the Risk?

Magnesium Chloride-Based Fire Retardant. Is it Worth the Risk?

Every year, thousands of people protect our country by working to suppress and control wildfires. Firefighters at the point of attack, pilots who drop fire retardant and the people who transport and deliver fire retardants to remote locations. Together, these people...

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Magnesium Chloride-Based Fire Retardant. Is it Worth the Risk?

Magnesium Chloride-Based Fire Retardant. Is it Worth the Risk?

Every year, thousands of people protect our country by working to suppress and control wildfires. Firefighters at the point of attack, pilots who drop fire retardant and the people who transport and deliver fire retardants to remote locations. Together, these people...

Feds Spend $930 Million to Curb ‘Crisis’ of Wildfires

Feds Spend $930 Million to Curb ‘Crisis’ of Wildfires

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — The U.S. is directing $930 million toward reducing wildfire dangers in 10 western states by clearing trees and underbrush from national forests, the Biden administration announced Thursday, as officials struggle to contain destructive infernos...

Reward Offered in Nakia Creek (OR) Fire Investigation

Reward Offered in Nakia Creek (OR) Fire Investigation

Jessica Prokop - The Columbian, Vancouver, Wash. The Clark County Fire Marshal's Office and Crime Stoppers of Oregon are offering a reward for suspect information in the investigation into the cause of the Nakia Creek Fire. The fire marshal's office is asking the...