Kimtek Corporation FIRELITE SUPERMAX Transport compact skid unit
Published on 2 November 2011
Kimtek Corporation has introduced the new Firelite™ Supermax Transport compact skid unit for ATV/UTVs. For customers interested in larger tank sizes, Kimtek has designed the firelite supermax with safety in mind.
The supermax allows departments to meet their water capacity needs while not exceeding ATV/UTV cargo bed capacities. Firelite skid units offer a versatile, cost effective quick response solution for remote and facility fire service use. Rugged and rustproof, the lightweight slip-in fire skid unit offers quality construction at an affordable cost.
The Firelite supermax is constructed of bright aluminum diamond plate with an aluminum tubing sub-frame. The unit features a stationary Darley-Davey High Pressure Firefighting Pump (5.5, 9, or 13HP options) with stainless steel piping and valves, a Hannay Reel 4000 Series with electric rewind and 100 feet of 3/4 inch or 50 feet of one inch booster hose, an 85 gallon poly tank with sight gauge and around the pump one inch line with shut off for water pack refill, and a Scotty 4071 foam system with five gallon foam cell.
All Firelite units come with a rescue area to carry a stokes litter, long board and a large storage section with tailgate for storing hard suction, forestry hose, nozzles, and other appliances.
Kimtek is the largest producer and marketer of ATV/UTV specific skid units for public safety agencies in the U.S. Kimtek’s Firelite™ fire/rescue skid units and medlite™ medical skid units are now in service in 49 states, five provinces and three territories in Canada, all branches of the military, in Afghanistan with the U.S. Army, the National Park Service, numerous NASCAR tracks and sporting complexes, and in several countries worldwide.
Kimtek Corporation was founded in 1984 as a research and development company dedicated to advances in life safety technology in the fire sciences. Kimtek manufactures and markets FIRELITE™ and MEDLITE™ Transport skid units for emergency service UTVs and pick-up trucks.
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