Company to unveil new concept in high-performing, compact pumps at FDIC 2012
Vol. 27 Spring 2012
CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa. (March 13, 2012) — Hale Products will launch QMAX-XS, a new concept in compact, high-GPM pumps, at the upcoming FDIC show, April 16-21 in Indianapolis (Booth 1823). Capable of flows up to 2,250 GPM, QMAX-XS has a one-piece, compact body profile that minimizes piping requirements and increases premium storage space on an apparatus.
“Nothing protects a community from fire like big water, and fire chiefs and committees specifying pumpers should give consideration to maximizing GPM,” said Dominic Colletti, Hale’s chief brand marketing manager. “The QMAX-XS gives fire departments big water in a small package, leaving more room for EMS equipment and storage compartment space on your apparatus.”
The sleek design of the QMAX-XS allows it to be installed in a pump module as small as 34 inches wide with manual valves or 28 inches wide with electric valves. The pump is engineered to go beyond the 2,250-GPM NPFA rating and exceed 3,000 GPM from a sufficient positive pressure water source along with an appropriate engine.