Boise Mobile Equipment was recently highlighted in a Fire Apparatus Magazine article about discharges and inlets. The article discusses the different assortment of inlets and outlets, according to tactical needs on today’s fire apparatus. Below is a quote from Larry Segreto that was featured in the article. Larry Segreto, vice president of Boise Mobile Equipment (BME), says his company builds a lot of wildland pumpers. “For our pumpers, gate control always is located at the outlet,” Segreto points out. “And, we don’t put intakes on front bumpers but rather 1½-inch outlets with local control, usually one left and one right.” BME typically will install two rear discharges on its wildland rigs, depending on the pump size—either two 1½-inch outlets or one 1½-inch and one 2½-inch discharge. To read the full article, please visit Fire Apparatus Magazine here.
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