The firefighters and paramedics of the Fenton Fire District utilize the latest technology in the course of providing service to the citizens.
The equipment we use
T3 Thermal Imaging Camera
The T3 Max is one of four Thermal Imaging Cameras that the Fenton Fire District has on its fire apparatus. Thermal imaging allows firefighters to look through smoke to find victims. It can also be used to find fire that is in the walls, hot spots that may lead to a fire, or find a victim that has been thrown from a car at night.
Have you ever heard a fire truck? Of course you have. This is a Federal Signal Q2B siren. This mechanical siren is what makes all that racket. The two trumpet-like devices in the bumber are the air horns.
Physio-Control LifePak 15
The Physio-Control LifePak 15 is a combination EKG / Defibrillator. This advanced life support tool allows paramedics to detect and convert life threatening heart rhythms, perform heart-attack-detecting 12 lead EKGs, and manages all patient monitoring parameters like blood pressure, oxygen saturation, capnography, and carbon monoxide levels. These units are also able to wirelessly transmit 12-leads and vital signs to the hospital prior to arrival so that continuing cardiac care can be prepared at the hospital.