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  • rfd599
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    wfd:

    I am fairly certain that you can attach drawings from FireZone into the FH Software. We have them attached to all of our building pre-plan files.

    Take care,

    rfd599
    www.IllinoisFireStore.com

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  • ThNozzleman
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    Microsoft Visio

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  • WFDjr1
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    Is Firezone the system that is interoperable with the Firehouse reporting system? I can't recall what we use, but I do recall that the interoperability with the FH software was one of the features...

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  • kayakking
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    We use FireZone as well. It's a great program. The basics are easy enough with it that non-computer savvy guys can use it...and for the more complex prefire plans, the software has a lot of functions that can be employed to make a very nice plan.

    You can also import CAD files into the program since a lot of businesses will have them and don't have any problem providing the FD a copy.

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  • EGH128
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    Punch! Home Design Architectural Series 4000. I would go with Firezone if I had my choice.

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  • Dave1983
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    We use Firezone. Its excellent.

    http://www.cadzone.com/

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  • HotTrotter
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    Originally posted by webteam View Post
    On behalf of "robtnort" who is having difficuly starting a new thread.

    "I am looking for software to draw simple pre-fire drawings (building layout, utilities, hydrant location, etc). What program does everyone use?
    We use Red Alert. It has a stand alone version as well as a LAN implementation using SQL server or Oracle DBMS. I believe you can obtain remote connectivity to the server using PCanywhere. You can buy just the base system or you can add modules for added capability. If you are truly considering something like this I recommend you get an IT guru to look at your requirements and come up with a solution that way.

    http://www.alpinesoftware.com/

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  • webteam
    started a topic Pre-Fire Plan Drawings

    Pre-Fire Plan Drawings

    On behalf of "robtnort" who is having difficuly starting a new thread.

    "I am looking for software to draw simple pre-fire drawings (building layout, utilities, hydrant location, etc). What program does everyone use?
    Last edited by webteam; 06-02-2007, 08:49 AM. Reason: Check for posting problem.

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