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In our recent work with the Poland Fire Rescue Department, we had the chance to speak with Fire Chief Mark Bosse. Chief Bosse and his squad have been using Kochek products for quite some time and have been very pleased with both their functionality and performance. Thanks to our products, Chief Bosse and many other firefighters are able to protect property, save lives, and make a difference in their communities. To hear . . .
Did you know you can apply for a grant to retrofit your municipalities water hydrant connections to storz hydrant converters? The FEMA Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program provides the ability to apply for grants. The primary goal of the Assistance to Firefighters Grants (AFG) is to enhance the safety of the public and firefighters with respect to fire-related hazards by providing direct financial assistance to . . .
A dry hydrant is installed in nearby, developed water supplies in areas where water is not readily accessible. These areas may be rural or just disconnected from an established water system. In these areas, dry hydrants can provide a simple, effective solution to fire fighting needs. Dry hydrants utilize a non-pressurized pipe system and are permanently installed in a . . .
It’s been a year of big changes here at Kochek. We’ve introduced several new measures specifically designed to improve the way we serve our customers. Our new online Easy Order system decreases delivery time while making our products more readily available than ever before. Choose from our selection of ready to ship or made to order products. It’s never been easier to order from Kochek. Enjoy a new . . .
Kochek Company, Connecticut-based manufacturer of high quality water flow products and fire connections, has been exclusively selected by the U.S. nuclear industry to supply water movement products for the Strategic Alliance for FLEX Emergency Response (SAFER) program, a comprehensive response strategy that provides an added layer of safety developed for U.S. nuclear energy sites following the Fukushima Daiichi . . .