About US Fire Pump
US Fire Pump is a fire industry collective with over 190 years of experience in design, engineering, manufacturing, marketing and purchasing. The Company is led by Chris Ferrara, who has been in the firefighting industry for over 30 years both as a fireman and as an innovator and founder of Ferrara Fire Apparatus.
Protecting the lives of the public and firefighters while limiting the structural damage caused in large scale fires is the primary mission at US Fire Pump. With the unique experience and vision of Chris Ferrara, US Fire Pump has developed a new line of firefighting equipment that maximizes water flow and reach capabilities.
The first US Fire Pump innovation to hit the market was the High Velocity Pump, which is the largest compliant fire pump in the world with a rating up to 6000 GPM NFPA 1901. The unique design allows for high flow water supply and NFPA 1901 industrial fire pump applications in one combined package. Built for direct engine mounted applications, the High Velocity Pump is ideal for fire apparatus, marine, fire trailers, and skid units.
Along with the High Velocity Pump applications, US Fire Pump has also developed many other firefighting systems that increase performance and capabilities. A full line of Hydraulic Submersible Pumps can deliver up to 10,000 GPM from any static water source.
Just to make water delivery as easy as possible for firefighters, a 3,000 GPM mini-submersible pump is available and small enough to fit in a pickup truck giving more flexibility on how and where fire apparatus can be used.
US Fire Pump's latest innovation is the Remote Track Monitor which now gives firefighters unprecedented access to large fires without putting firefighters at risk…just turn it on, drive in, and attack.
As important as these new advancements are to firefighters, this is just the beginning. Chris Ferrara and US Fire Pump will continue to explore new concepts, push the limits of equipment and technology, and change the face of the firefighting industry forever.
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