Fire Prevention – Saving the urban interface

With one million plus homes in the urban interface around Australia’s major capital cities, it’s critical that we start acting now to get prepared for the coming summer.  Lessons of last year teach us that a combination of global warming…

Fire Danger in the Urban Interface

Its undeniable that the weather is changing.  Temperatures are getting hotter, droughts are longer, bushfires are becoming more frequent and disastrous.  We’ve all witnessed how the firefighting authorities, professional and volunteers, have responded in a dramatic and positive way to…

Aussie Ultralites to the Rescue

With the summer of 2019-20 looking like the worst fire season in living memory, Aussie Pumps has pulled out all stops to dramatically increase production as home owners on the “URBAN-INTERFACE” gear up to protect their lives and properties. One…

Aussie Pumps at the Fire Front

Aussie Pumps distributors in five states have responded to the needs of their communities for information on fire protection! Aussie Pumps staff, working with dealers in regional areas, have found that the biggest issue is a lack of preparation putting…

Fire and Drought

As if regional Australians hasn’t had it tough enough with the worst drought in 100 years! They are now gearing for a fire season from hell! The concept of city people “there’s nuthin’ to burn” couldn’t be further from the…

Fight Bushfires from the Sea

Access to the fire is one of the big problems in fire fighting in national parks or coastal villages. Often fire fighting authorities resort to workboats, common barges or even trawlers as a way of reaching the fire  area and…

In the line of fire

Every year, thousands of volunteer fire fighters give up their free time and risk their lives to help their follow citizens.  Australia’s leading specialist bushfire fighting pump company, Australian Pump Industries, decided to find out what makes a fire fighting…

Ghost Protection

The luxury Super Yacht “Ghost” is well known around Sydney Harbour.  The 80ft, 24 metre vessel is capable of carrying 36 people including a cabin crew of 6. An Aussie Sea Skipper has now joined the crew! The Sea Skipper…

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