For over 100 years, and across four generations, Darley has been passionately serving the first responder community with a dedication to excellence in design, manufacturing, and distribution. Darley offers an extensive line of apparatus, pumps, nozzles, boots, gloves, hazmat gear, rescue tools, and more built from over a century of experience working with emergency service professionals.
TFT’s product line is expansive and deep from the point of water supply to fire attack and all points in between. Recent additions include the Extend-A-Gun VPTM waterway for deck mounted monitors; BLITZTACTM portable monitor; RADIUSTM deck mounted extendable monitor; Working FireTM Nozzle, and CrewProtectTM.
CrewProtect was developed with a focus on firefighter health. CrewProtect is a comprehensive and simple solution to help protect first responders from the multiple harmful and carcinogenic airborne contaminants in fire cabs and ambulances that other filtration systems miss. CrewProtect attacks all three significant problems for firefighters including Particulates, VOCs, and Aerosols carrying bacteria and viruses (including SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19).
With a focus on flow, TFT’s SHOW-FLOTM Bluetooth® flow meter and app work either independently with established fire flow formulas, or together, determining actual flow rates, calculating true pump discharge pressures, nozzle reaction, hose friction, and allowing real time NFPA 1962 flow testing.
Water flow education is also important to TFT. Online videos cover a range of information for customers, from their H2Know series to industry topics such as nozzle facts and water mapping. Their focus, without the sales pitch, is on the belief that a better educated firefighter will be a safer firefighter.
Task Force Tips’ distributors are located internationally and provide information, support, demonstrations and thousands of water and foam flow products to municipal, industrial, and military customers across the globe. Technical support is also available to customers 24 hours a day, seven days a week.