The Williams Point & Shoot System includes both an air aspirating foam device designed to be installed on flammable liquid storage tanks for protection against a seal fire, as well as an optional fixed pipe to be used with a monitor and nozzle.
The LW9/WSDB Foam Makers are integrated systems providing NFPA 11 “Type II” foam application to the rim seal area of open floating roof tanks. It allows installation without taking the tank out of service.
Williams Fire & Hazard Control LW Series Foam Chambers consist of a foam expansion chamber and an integral foam maker, defined by NFPA 11 as “Type II” top-side application device. The foam chamber is installed inside a flammable liquid storage tank above the product’s highest liquid level.
The Dual-Agent Foam Chamber from Williams Fire & Hazard Control is a direct response to a challenge discovered in the field mitigating fires in internal floating roof tanks. It is one tool that addresses both threats occurring during an internal floating roof tank fire — the surface fire (fuel-in-depth), and the potential vapor air explosion due to residual flammable vapor above the pan.
The Hollow Point from Williams Fire & Hazard Control is an air aspirating foam discharging device designed to protect against a fully involved surface fire for cone roof or fixed roof storage tanks.
The Foam Wand is designed to expand and deliver foam into remote/hazardous areas where either logistics or safety considerations dictate that the foam nozzle be “unattended.” The foam wand delivers high quality foam onto hard-to-access flammable liquid fires.
The AMBUSH™ System is an air aspirating foam device designed to provide effective “system based” full-surface as well as rim seal fire suppression for external floating roof storage tanks. It is another cutting edge innovation from Williams Fire & Hazard Control.
Water resources are a critical part of any industrial fire related emergency, and a key component is having a sustained water supply throughout the event. There are a number of circumstances that may impede a facility’s ability to supply water to the area needing it the most
More than a portable monitor, the Quick Attack foam cart can easily be operated by one person. Ideal for spill fires in chemical plants and flammable liquid storage areas. A single mobile unit can be used to protect several different remote hazard areas.
The Powder Keg Dry Chemical Skid from Williams Fire & Hazard Control represents a powerful tool in a small, convenient package used to combat pressurized fuel fires. The package is designed to be mounted in a compartment of a fire truck.
Minuteman Series Hose Reel Foam Stations are pre-engineered firefighting systems consisting of a foam concentrate storage tank, proportioning equipment and hose and discharging devices. These fixed equipment components are compact in design and easy to install, yet are powerful tools when mounting an effective attack against a hazardous situation.
The Gorilla™ 500 LB PKW Dry-Chemical Pressure Vessel is designed as a three-dimensional fire response tool with about 30 lb (13.6 Kg) per second powder discharge capability. The pressure vessel is designed per ASME specifications.
WBB series high-volume nozzles are designed to flow at 750 or 1,000 gpm (2,839 or 3,785 Lpm) at 100 psi (6.9 bars) inlet pressure. They are industrial-grade master stream nozzles with cast brass construction.
The SCOUT nozzle from Williams Fire & Hazard Control is a self-educting monitor nozzle with selectable flow rates of 350, 500, and 750 Gpm (1,320, 1,890, and 2,840 Lpm). Constructed using a lightweight, non-corrosive composite material, anodized aluminum, and stainless steel, it is an extremely versatile and durable nozzle purposely designed for the harsh operational environments encountered in industrial firefighting operations around the world.
The Hydro-Foam™ Ranger™ Nozzles from Williams Fire & Hazard Control are among the most advanced fire fighting nozzles ever made. They incorporate the effective range of an automatic nozzle with the exclusive combination of self educting/selectable “constant metering” foam proportioning.
The Ranger™ Automatic Hydro-Chem™ Monitor Nozzle takes advantage of the effective range of an automatic monitor nozzle to deliver dry chemical along with water or a water/foam solution. Designed to extinguish three dimensional or pressure fed fires, the unique nozzle discharges dry chemical at approximately 20 lbs/sec (9 Kg/sec) through the center of the water/foam stream, resulting in a reach distance not possible with conventional dry chemical equipment.
The Ranger 3 and 3+ Nozzles, featuring “Smart Nozzle” Technology, were designed for today’s municipal and industrial fire fighters by providing superior performance and protection in one device. These nozzles are unique large volume monitor nozzles designed to combat challenging fire hazards involving flammable liquids in storage and liquids under pressure.
The LWNS series monitor nozzles are patented water powered nozzle systems that proportions and delivers either water or foam to the hazard area. LWNS nozzles feature a brass construction with stainless steel trim with discharge pattern fully adjustable from straight stream to full fog.
Patented water powered nozzle system that delivers either water or foam solution to the hazard area. Nozzle has a built-in self-educting foam proportioning capabilities and has a fully adjustable discharge pattern going from straight stream to full fog with flow rate of 150 or 225 gpm (568 or 852 Lpm) @ 100 psi (6.9 bars).
For mounting a monitor onto any fire hydrant to create a convenient monitor station.
High Volume Electric Actuated Remote Control Monitors from Williams Fire & Hazard Control (WF&HC) are designed to be mounted at elevated positions for fixed applications. They have a programmable oscillation capability for automatic operations, but may also be overridden with a matched Hydro-Foam™ nozzle operated remotely through the use of a joystick and switches on a consolidated control panel. In addition, manual operation can also be accomplished locally through the use of hand-wheels.
The HF series monitor nozzle is a water powered system that proportions and delivers either water or foam to the hazard area. The HF series monitor nozzles are available at flow rates of either 350 or 500 gpm (1,325 or 1,893 Lpm) @ 100 psi (6.9 bars).
The Williams Fire & Hazard Controls DASPIT Tool, used in the field for decades, is an innovative solution for firefighters designed to stabilize a large-volume attack monitor to the rim of storage tanks.
BTM series nozzles are standard industrial grade master stream nozzles made of cast brass construction. BTM nozzles are fully adjustable from straight stream to full fog and are available with flow rates of 350, 500, and 700 gpm (1,325, 1,893 and 2,650 Lpm ) at 100 psi (6.9 bars) nozzle pressure.
The Big-Tee is a premium grade industrial master stream nozzle with an exclusive “flush” feature. In flush position, the nozzle will purge particulates up to 0.25” (6 mm) in diameter, substantially reducing downtime during firefighting operations.
Alpha Series manual monitors are economical, rugged, and suitable for many fixed applications.
- Alpha-E monitor
- Alpha MA-HV4 monitor
- Alpha-SWH monitor
Adjustable Flow dual-agent hand-line nozzle from Williams Fire & Hazard Control incorporates a foam solution or water application with built-in Hydro-Chem™ Technology for simultaneous dry chemical application.
Designed for use in corrosive atmospheres that require the dependability and durability of an all brass monitor, the Mini monitor is suitable for most industrial environments. It is compact – under 9” (229 mm) wide and requiring only 16” (406 mm) clearance, perfect to operate in a tight space.
Based on the vast experience of Williams Fire & Hazard Control with suppressing industrial fires and mitigating other hazards, DEPENDAPOWER Submersible Pump continues the proven technique of applying overwhelming fire suppression power to control a dangerous situation in the shortest time possible.
The DependaPower Firewater Pumps are EPA Tier 3 diesel-driven horizontal split case (or overhung axial split case for the 1500 model) centrifugal pumping systems designed to pump large volumes of water in emergency response operations.
The Williams Around The Pump 1500 Portable Foam System was designed to turn any pumper into a foam producing device. This unit will proportion 3% foam solution up to 1500 GPM or up to 4500 GPM at 1%.
Ratio Controllers are modified venturi foam proportioners that accurately meter pressurized foam concentrate into the firewater stream. These foam proportioners are used in conjunction with balanced pressure systems, such as bladder tanks and pumped proportioning skids.
Inline Foam Eductors provide the simplest and most economical method of introducing a metered flow of foam concentrate into a pressurized water stream. As opposed to “Hydro-Foam™ Technology” which is used in union with master stream nozzles, these “Venturi-Type” foam proportioners are designed to be used in conjunction with a matched constant flow end-of-line device (e.g., nozzle), where adequate water pressure is available.
A “Drum Kit” is the link between any self-educting nozzle and an atmospheric foam concentrate container. It allows self-educting nozzles such as Hydro-Foam Ranger™ nozzles to pick up foam concentrate from a drum or other atmospheric containers.
The Williams Fire & Hazard Control DOUBLE-5 Industrial Hose is a unique lightweight 7 1/4 in. (184 mm) large diameter hose woven with 100% filament polyester for superior durability and pressure performance.
A unique lightweight 6” (152 mm) large diameter hose capable of significant water flow at higher pressures, TIDALWAVE 600™ is a 100% polyester double jacket, 300 psi (20.7 bars) service test pressure rated attack, relay and supply hose.