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  • KEA
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    LFD2203:
    Try contacting Crash Rescue Firefighting Equipment out of Dallas Texas.

    They are probably the best source of ARFF information on the market today.

    Good Luck


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    Kirk Allen
    First Strike Technologies, Inc

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  • FyredUp
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    KME purchased Walther a couple of years ago. I would assume that they should have the technical data you need.

    Good luck,

    FyredUp

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  • ArmyTruckCompany
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    Try to get a hold of someone at Philadelphia Fire Department Engine 78- Phila International Airport's CFR unit. They had a mess of early 70's Walter crash trucks and may be able to help.

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    "Loyalty above all else, except honor."

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  • LFD2203
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    OLD ARFF EQUIPMENT INFO

    anyone out there have any tech. info on some old equipment that is on a 1973 Walters crash truck? it has a hydraulic operated bumper turret, santa rosa with a 1 1/2" pipe inlet, anyone know what gpm and nozzle pressure for it? it also has a rockwood atp-1200 eductor. any info on rated flow and how to adjust proportioning rates. thanks.....

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