Harrison Hydra-Gen announces the release of the exclusive battery-powered Idle Control System, specifically engineered for the Fire and Emergency segment.
The Harrison Idle Control System integrates with the fire truck’s chassis engine system and multiplexing to power the warning lights, work lights and scene lights for 120 minutes or more at 125 amps.
Reducing fuel costs
Through the use of the Harrison Idle Control System, fleets can reduce fuel costs, excessive engine wear, scene noise, while also promoting cleaner air for the environment and providing operators with cab comfort without running the vehicle’s engine.
The benefits are beyond compelling not only in terms of improved apparatus wear and firefighter comfort but equally so with reduced emissions for the environment.