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Comment by Joseph Sheahan on December 21, 2009 at 11:00pm
The device looks very interesting and something departments with high rise buildings can use.

I understand that a prtotype is available but have no knowledge concerning production of finished product.

When will it be available? Cost per unit. Is Chicago going to use?
Comment by Brandon Roark on September 30, 2009 at 2:49pm
I would like to see more information on this appliance. maybe a comparison video of stretching a line vs. putting this appliance into operation. Compare time, ease of operation, manpower required, flow requirements, etc...especially on upper floors (ie: 6-20th).

I like the idea of this device but wonder about its efficiency vs. a well trained engine company.

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