The innovative fire hose, fire nozzle, and harness combination invention, the Fire Hose Carrier patent 10,071, 271 aka Aqua Blaster is a benefit for wildland firefighting tactics.
The Aqua Blaster will allow the manual use of a charged fire hose to be used and managed by a single firefighter for an extended period of time with less strain and stress thus preventing the probability of becoming fatigued and or exhausted.
Many of the current wildfires today are now a major threat to many of our communities and businesses across the country because many are now in the path of these wildfires that are becoming larger and more frequent every year. This has created a great demand on the various fire departments and agencies which can be overwhelming when it comes to not having an adequate amount of firefighters and equipment to contain and suppress these wildfires in a timely fashion that could help minimize the destruction of property and sometimes loss of life.
The Aqua Blaster which is now available in the market through Custom Elite Manufacturing LLC who has now brought on board retired navy chief Jerry Johnson to be their sales representative to the federal government and military.
Chief Johnson served over twenty-three years in the navy where he received numerous accolades and recognition for his innovative skills and tactics for firefighting which has made him recognized and well known with all of the military branches and bases throughout the United States.
While serving in the U S Navy, Chief Johnson was the overseer of the firefighting and emergency management of the entire fleet of the U S Navy where he trained and instructed navy personnel in firefighting and emergency management tactics. He was often called upon to create innovative scenarios for firefighting that aided and enhanced the skills of firefighting within the navy.
Chief Johnson is presently in the process of presenting and demonstrating the Aqua Blaster to the US Navy Firefighting Academy in Norfolk, VA. The academy’s media department will be making videos of the demonstrations showing scenarios that will evolve firefighting tactics and safety within the navy.
For more information, go to www.aquablaster.co