Angus Fire

by Marcus
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The history of Angus Fire goes back over 200 years from the time when fire hose was made from riveted strips of leather to the present day when it is made from the latest in advanced rubber and textile technology.

In 1988 Angus Fire celebrated the 200 years of its manufacturing facility at Bentham in North Yorkshire. Local tradition has it that the sails of Admiral Nelson’s famous flagship HMS Victory were made at the original cotton mill at Bentham.
Angus Fire products are purpose-designed for the protection of life and property in a wide range of applications. Our extensive experience gained over 200 years of supplying fire hose, foam concentrates and firefighting equipment to numerous high risk sectors enables Angus Fire to provide the most effective solutions to any fire hazard.

Angus Fire is a global leader in firefighting technology and has continued to innovate using the latest technology to develop high quality, high performance products. We now have customers in over 100 countries spread across a wide range of industry sectors, serviced by an unrivalled worldwide distributor network.

The company maintains its position at the forefront of fire protection technology through continuous investment in research and development. Its unique combination of technical expertise in rubber and textile technology (fire hose), speciality chemicals (foam concentrates) and engineering design (firefighting equipment) has enabled it to achieve numerous technological ‘firsts’.

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