Every year, Cherry Blossom Festivals take place all over Japan. These trees bloom for a very short period of time so pops of pink from the Sakura flower mark the ending of winter and signify the beginning of spring. Morita Group manufactures fire trucks and has a factory nearby in Sanda City. They brought fire extinguishers and their Red Ladybug (a small off-road fire engine) on display as seen in the picture below. The Red Ladybug is shown below surrounded by FoxFury Nomad Scene Lights.
FoxFury lit up the Night To Shine event at Vista, CA. Night to Shine is a Prom night experience for special needs individuals. FoxFury brought its cordless Nomad lights to enhance the outdoor activities. Being independently powered, the light lights required no generators or cables which could present obstacles and trip hazards for guests.
Helmet lights have been around for many years. While not every firefighter or fire department chooses to utilize them, helmet lights are excellent tools that provide necessary illumination in high stakes situations.
The unfortunate reality of public safety is that accidents and incidents happen at all hours of the day and in some of the most inconvenient locations. There will be a need for portable scene lighting to illuminate an incident at night. Scene lighting helps you to do your job more effectively and safely.
Right angle lights are considered the firefighter’s primary light source. These L-shaped lights were first developed in the early 1900s and used by soldiers in World War II and the Vietnam War. These chest-worn lights utilized heavy D cell batteries but enabled hands-free operation in low light conditions.