To be and remain the foremost equipment and service provider to the South and Southern African Fire and Rescue fraternity, be they municipal, regional, district , provincial or national based and also all private, industrial and commercial services.
Life is the most precious possession we have. During the response to an accident scene whether a motor vehicle accident (MVA) or an industrial incident, the fire fighters, paramedics and rescue technician prepare themselves for anything.
Safe, reliable and strong enough to tackle any job, the Hydraulic Rescue Tool must be backed up by a dedicated team of service professionals from both the manufacturer and the distributor.
The use of Pneumatic Rescue tools has been a long standing tradition in the Emergency Services as they are easy to use, durable and make use of one commodity every Rescue and Fire Crew carries namely compressed air.
Whether your requirement is to lift, cut, stabilize or even to have an intrinsically safe line deployment system our range of products cover all your needs.
Having a complete range of equipment with alternatives is extremely important, so while the Hydraulic and Pneumatic Rescue Systems cater to specialised functions, the Manual Rescue Tools still have a very important space to fill in the Rescue Fraternity.
The Manual Rescue Tools have evolved over many years to provide us with the current high standard of multi-use equipment available in the market.
Working from various manufacturers products we secured our distributorship for selected items of supply in the Ventilation and Fire Fighting field
The equipment includes Positive Pressure Ventilators, Negative Pressure Ventilators, Protective Clothing and Specialized Mist and Foam Fire Extinguishing Technology.
The sphere of Disaster Management and Hazmat has taken on a new importance in the wake of various recent events. Floods, natural disaster and more often man-made catastrophes have led to a renewed awareness of the importance of heightened preparedness.
Disaster Management has become an important criteria for all three tiers of government structure in South Africa.