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Battery power comes to the Fire Service, but gaps still exist on the way to full adoption. For the better part of a decade, we’ve all become acutely aware that CO-emissions have been linked to increasing cancer rates among first responders. The combination of this realization and the advance of...

PRODUCT NEWS   Product: GX350 PPV Fan: GH5020   RAMFAN has upgraded their flagship PPV gas fan with several new features to provide increased frame durability, functionality with added negative frame tilt and adapters for using foam and ducting systems. The product engineering team takes input from firefighting end-users and...

Product: ECX Series Power Cables   The ATEX/IECEx certified ECX Series Power Cords from Euramco Group are designed to take a beating. Rated for Extra Hard Usage, the highly flexible H07RN-F cables are extremely high on impact, cutting, abrasion, oils, and most industrial chemicals. Their flexible jackets allow for easy...

Euramco Group constantly strives to build the finest quality, most durable, high-performance ventilators for our customer extreme demands. Purpose built for firefighters RAMFAN EX150Li battery-powered fans, have an integrated handle providing superior mobility, comfort and reliability which is designed for heavy use on rough terrain. The fan and handle are...

RAMFAN’s Germany team attended the Fire Expo Münster, where firefighters from around the region saw the new family of the world’s most powerful battery-operated PPV fans – the EX50Li & EX150Li battery fans The latest technical developments as well as the most modern firefighting equipment was showcased at the expedition, including vehicle equipment, rescue technology, extinguishing water systems and firefighting tools.  Visitors also participated in lectures by renowned industry lecturers, as well as, on-site product demonstrations. Robert Laschet, RAMFAN’s Germany Manager, said “Attendees were very impressed with the power of the EX150Li and could not believe how powerful a battery fan could be. And, many said the EX150Li could replace their AC & gas-powered fans”        

When you peel back the obviously cool, headlining design features of IP67/68 ratings for immersion in water, you find that the two leading brands of rescue tools in the world both use similar battery pack design—electrically speaking. With nominal voltages of 25.2 VDC—or 28 VDC fully charged—both battery packs are...

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