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  • SPFDRum
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    Anything that doesn't require battery's, a charger, or any other user consumable. They won't get changed or charged, or worse, somehow broken.
    That leaves your eyes, a good situational awareness, and better aerial placement.

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  • nmfire
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    Which leads back to... Look up before putting up.

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  • Rescue101
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    Small problem. NO rubber boots here. T.C.

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  • CGITCH
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    Originally posted by Rescue101 View Post
    Thanks but NO THANKS! T.C.
    Don't worry, those rubber boots with steel shanks do perfectly fine at preventing electrocution.

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  • Rescue101
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    Originally posted by CGITCH View Post
    The hair on the back of your neck, tingling in bottom of feet.
    Thanks but NO THANKS! T.C.

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  • CGITCH
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    The hair on the back of your neck, tingling in bottom of feet.

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  • billcory
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    High Voltage Proximity Alarms for elevating ladder trucks

    Here is a good suggestion for High Voltage Proximity Alarms:
    www.unitedsafetyincorporated.com
    This company does excellent work, is dependable and will work hard to earn your satisfaction.
    Last edited by billcory; 02-16-2011, 10:23 PM.

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  • nmfire
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    Originally posted by nameless View Post
    Your eyes and good aerial placement.
    ^^ What he said.

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  • Halligan84
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    Pierce was marketing one a few years ago, the detector wires basically removed your approach to the a window or parapet wall. IMO, it is another alarm to stop the rig. Keep 10' from wires and you should be OK.

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  • nameless
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    Your eyes and good aerial placement.

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  • islandfire03
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    Look at the Hotstick for AC detection. I think it was around 300.00
    http://www.hotstickusa.com/

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  • Tim1118
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    I haven't head of any, but would definitely like to know more. If you find something, could you please post a link?

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  • jimbren
    started a topic High Voltage Proximity Warning Device

    High Voltage Proximity Warning Device

    Looking for information/opinions of different companies that make High Voltage Detection Systems for Aerial devices. Thanks.

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