For 135 years, Waterous has focused on moving water from source to discharge with products designed, cast, machined, assembled, and tested in the USA.

The Waterous product line ranges from Vehicle-Mounted Pumps, CAFSystems, Industrial Products to Hydrants and Valves. Product applications cover municipal firefighting, wildland, ARFF, marine, high-rise, and much more. Released earlier this year is the Waterous AQUIS™ Industrial ULTRAFLOW Foam Proportioning System. This new product is capable of flowing 300 GPM (1135.6 L/min) of foam at a maximum operating pressure of up to 300 PSI (20.7 BAR) to 16 different discharged all controlled from one digital control panel.

At Waterous the customer service and technical support staff have over 170 years of experience while the machine shop and pump assembly staff have an average of 25 years. Hundreds of highly specialized people work to create the most advanced and reliable fire pumps, hydrants, and valves in the market.

Partnered with the long line of products and applications is the support and training provided by Waterous. From MYWATEROUS, detailed service manuals, engineering documentation, and achieved parts lists to service tips and finding a trained factory service center, the company strives to give its customers the tools to be better firefighters.

Online, Waterous University offers customers free information to continue to their knowledge through videos, posters, talking points, a blog and more, as well as their Stump the Pump Guys. Combined with mechanic seminars, demonstrations, and after-sales support, as well as having employees who are also firefighters, Waterous is among the most trusted tools in a firefighter’s arsenal.

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