WATERAX at FDIC International

The WATERAX team will once again attend the FDIC International event this year. Join us at Booth #522 for this year’s event that brings together fire & rescue professionals from around the world.
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WATERAX announces sale of its non-core RANCHER® series product line

Montreal, Quebec -- WATERAX Inc., a leading manufacturer of lightweight portable fire pumps, announced earlier in January, that it has signed a definitive agreement to sell its RANCHER® lightweight skid unit product line to Flash Fire & Safety (FFS).
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Put Out the Fire before it Starts

At WATERAX, our business is moving the water that puts out wildfires, using some of the most powerful, reliable and lightweight pumps around.
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Taking Care of the Forest on all Fronts!

At WATERAX, we support the courageous men and women on the front lines of wildland firefighting with some of the very best firefighting equipment in the world.
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We were there

Sunday, September 12, 2021 is Firefighters’ National Memorial Day.
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Demob Hose Lays Faster – How-to Melon Roll

Our firefighting friends in British Columbia swear by the melon roll method when they need to demobilize hose in the field.
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Protecting land and sea through environmental responsibility

Gabriella Gerbasi, Marketing Director at WATERAX, talks about her passion for the environment and the company's commitment to sustainability.
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Supporting What We Believe In

This is WATERAX’s third year sponsoring the Wildland Fire Digital Storytelling Micro-Grant, part of the Smokey Generation Wildland Fire Oral History Project.
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"Listen to Life with Fire" podcast by Amanda Monthei

When Amanda Monthei was growing up, she actually thought about becoming an archeologist. She always knew she wanted to write, but becoming a wildland firefighter? That was not on her radar until much later.
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Everyone’s a firefighter during National Wildfire Awareness Month! - Part 2

Next time you go camping, hiking, hunting, off-roading, climbing, or otherwise outside for a little fun, remember these tips on how to camp responsibly during fire season.
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