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AMERICAN MADE SINCE 1968 For over four decades Buckeye Fire Equipment has been an international leader in the development and manufacture of reliable fire protection products. We are committed to helpful and responsive customer service and knowledgeable and dependable technical support.
A privately owned and operated company with its headquarters near Charlotte, NC, Buckeye Fire Equipment has earned an excellent reputation for quality, reliability and value within the commercial and industrial fire protection industry. This commitment has earned Buckeye Fire Equipment the coveted ISO 9001-2008 Quality Certification.
We just received these home movies taken by Pueblo firefighter Joseph C. Talbott retired as an Assistant Chief from the Pueblo Fire Dept. These were donated by Patricia Talbott-Crump to us a few weeks ago and we are very humbled that she gave us the originals. We recently received an original photograph from 1914, donated by Sandra La Master and the Pueblo County Historical Society. in 1891, so that substantiated the date of the gauge. The Ahrens Steamer was the original Engine 1, and ran out of the Pueblo City Hall station at 135 Central Main Street. In one of the boxes we found some interesting items as of This is a picture of Morris (Moritz) Lehman.
There have been 16 injuries, 91 reports of property damage, and 391 reports of the extinguishers either not working at all or not working properly. The recall includes 134 models manufactured as far back as 1973 and as recently as August 2017.
All the units have a plastic handle or plastic push button.
The earlier recalls were made in March 2009 and February 2015.
“This recall raises very serious questions about how millions of defective products ended up in the marketplace and why it took the company years or even decades to find out about the problem or take it seriously,” says William Wallace, policy analyst for Consumers Union, the policy and mobilization division of Consumer Reports.