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Firefighters Perform Daring Rescue and Second Floor Bailout in Oregon

  Clackamas County firefighters performed a daring rescue and second floor escape system bailout in the early morning hours of Wednesday, September 6, 2017. At 3:46 am, Clackamas Fire District 1 responded to a residential fire in Happy Valley.  First arriving units were advised that a female was trapped inside the residence on the second …

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Fairfield Fire Department receives Escape Systems and Bailout Training

Earlier this year, All Hands Fire Equipment and Training was awarded a contract by the City of Fairfield in Connecticut to equip and train the city’s fire department with Personal Escape Systems, Harnesses and Training. Fairfield Fire Department chose the Fire Innovations CORE descender with Sterling FireTech rope and the Sterling Lightning GT hook, along …

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Sterling FCX descender and training available from All Hands Fire Equipment & Training

BIDDEFORD, ME:  Sterling Rope has introduced their second generation escape system descender.  The FCX descender (Fast Control Xcape). The FCX auto locking descender is improved, with the key feature being an Anti-Panic handle. Other features include elevated side rails, improved design for rapid horizontal movement, cam provides superior braking and spring-loaded handle for improved operation. It …

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Connecticut Firefighters to be trained on Personal Escape Systems

All Hands Fire Equipment & Training is proud to announce that we will be providing eight days of training to the Stratford Fire Department in Stratford, Connecticut. Stratford Firefighters will be receiving the Sterling F4 personal escape system, which consists of the F4 auto-locking descender, Lightning GT anchor hook, 40-feet of Firetech rope and lumbar …

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Life Saving Rope versus Utility Rope

Knowing the ropes that are stored in your apparatus is important.  Do you carry Life Saving Rope?  Or are you carrying rope for other purposes such as Search Rope, Water Rescue Rope or general-use Utility Rope? Life Saving Rope is generally static kernmantle and is usually 1/2″ or 5/8″ at a minimum of 150-feet in length.  It …

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