Akron Brass Company manufactures engineered life safety products for fire suppression and emergency response needs. It offers nozzles, such as industrial, masterstream, coast guard, marine, navy and military, selectable gallonage, fixed orifice, foam, forestry/wildland, smooth bore, and combination fog/smooth bore nozzles. The company also provides monitors, including industrial, electrical, manual, hydraulic, portable, and wireless monitors. In addition, it offers valves, such as apparatus, drain and relief, hydrant, gate, wyes/siamese, and butterfly valves, as well as service kits; and vehicle electronics, including displays, I/O nodes, VDRs gateways, switches/buttons, harnesses/connector,...
343 Venture Boulevard
Wooster, OH 44691
Founded in 1918
Akron Brass Company Develops Battery-Powered Led Tactical Scene Light
Apr 8 16
Akron Brass Company announced that it has released the Revel Scout Scene Light to improve overall scene illumination and operational ease. The new Revel Scout is ideal for fire departments or emergency medical service teams in need of a high output, tactical scene light with multiple mounting options. Fast, Flexible Deployment: Compact, lightweight and portable, the Revel Scout's flexibility will provide with more options than most LED scene lights to accomplish various tasks. The Revel Scout's design allows for multiple placement options set on a flat surface, hung on a door, strapped to a ladder or attached to drywall with its integrated spike. With a removable, rechargeable battery that can last up to 7 hours and weighing only 12 pounds, the Revel Scout simplifies fire scene lighting operations. Easy to move or position, the Revel Scout's combination of flood and spot light optics increases overall scene visibility when lighting exterior areas such as vehicles, structures, parking lots and overhead hazards. It can then be used indoors for overhaul or any variety of other tasks.
Premier Farnell To Sell Akron Brass
Sep 17 15
Premier Farnell plc (LSE:PFL) said it would sell its industrial products division Akron Brass Company and stop direct operations in Brazil after it forecast a fall in first-half adjusted operating profit.