The Mercury Monitors are the newest innovation in firefighting equipment. These monitors are smaller than any other portable ground monitor so they can be quickly set up and left unmanned at the fire scene to free up personnel.
This unique monitor combines an all-electric control package with a compact design to provide superior performance and easy installation. Renegade Electric Monitor – Lightweight Pyrolite construction less than 200 lbs. including the nozzle – Low friction loss only 27 psi at 5000 gpm – Advanced features: position feedback, automatic stow, low current draw and more – Additional features: manual overrides, drain port, multiple outlet positions and more – Position Indicator – Optional, Must specify
Now with improved reach that is comparable to a smooth bore nozzle, the NEW Mercury Adjustable Nozzle can reach up to 250 feet. The Mercury nozzles have excellent straight stream performance and a wide, dense, fully adjustable fog pattern. Pair with the 3444 Mercury Quick Attack LE Portable Monitor and 3621 Foam Tube.
The Mercury FlowGuard is designed to reduce hazard risk for your crew and give them confidence while firefighting.
Not only does the FlowGuard protect your crew, but also your pump. When the hose or the monitor experiences excessive, potentially hazardous movement while flowing, the Mercury FlowGuard, will automatically reduce water flow.
The Mercury Quick Attack LE portable monitor sets a new standard in the market as the only portable ground monitor that meets both NFPA 1964 and EN-15767-1. Now even better than before, it hits low at 10° and far up to 250 feet at 100 psi. When seconds count, the Mercury’s compact package and light weight of 15 lbs enables swift deployment.
The Style 3482 StreamMaster™ II mid-range water cannon monitor represents the next level of innovation in fire monitor design technology from Akron Brass. With its multiple patent pending design, the Style 3482 provides efficient flows up to 1250 GPM (4800 LPM). These firefighting monitors have a unique waterway design that provide balanced forces on the outlet and reduced friction for the stream resulting in exceptional fire suppression performance over a wide range of flows in a compact configuration. Standard absolute position sensors provide advanced features like programmable obstacle avoidance, oscillation, and stow/deploy positions. The onboard, fully sealed CAN control system features “plug and play” installation with built-in wireless capability and a USB port for quick software updates in the field. The 355-degree rotation and 165-degree elevation range can be configured for deck or aerial applications, making this high-performance compact fire monitor a universal piece of firefighter equipment.
The industry leading StreamMaster II (SMII) is now available as a complete package with a valve manifold to control the flow of water and allow for extension of hose lines from a platform or ladder. The SMII with AVM is a compact, lightweight total solution that comes ready to install on the apparatus. There is virtually no additional friction loss through the main valve which provides advantages over a butterfly valve when you need to get the most flow possible from your aerial device.
Standard configurations include a 2 ½” discharge elbow with NH threads for connection to a hose line.