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Meet us at Intersec Dubai 2024

09/01/2024

We exhibit our variable viscosity proportioner FIREMIKS at the booth of Solas Safety and Fire Protection in Hall 6, A 30.

Welcome and meet us to discuss the important factors for correct proportioning in the market transition from AFFF to fluor-free SFFF.

SEA Asia Exhibition, Singapore, April 25-27th

22/03/2023

Firemiks will exhibit at Sea Asia exhibition 25 - 27 April 2023, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore, together with our distributor Hylect Global. Sea Asia is the leading platform for the maritime industry to interact, explore business opportunities, hear the latest insights, and source new products and services. 


Read more and register here: Sea Asia returns April 2023 | Asia's Anchor Maritime and Offshore Event (sea-asia.com) 

Visit us at Booth B2-H28

JOIFF Conference 2023 in Rotterdam

28/02/2023

This will be both a live in-person event with global experts from around the world presenting on the subjects that matter most to the Industrial Emergency Services Management Specialist. There will also be an afternoon dedicated to live operational and equipment demonstrations at the RelyOn Nutec Fire Academy.

Firemiks will exhibit and participate in the conference

Register here: https://lnkd.in/dVxcs8Mp

MEET US AT INTERSEC 2023 IN DUBAI JANUARI 17-19!

22/12/2022

Firemiks AB will display our FIREMIKS water driven volumetric pump proportioner at the stand of Solas Safety & Fire A30 in Hall 6. We look forward to meeting you there and discuss your need for foam proportioner solutions capable of dosing correctly also the new SFFF concentrates, even the very high viscous!



Westervik 24/7 fair

20/05/2022

Nice to meet colleagues and rescue services at the annual fair in Västervik last week! Firemiks showed 2 mobile models, with selectable dosage content, easy to set in and connect to a fire truck, or lift out and connect to a fire hydrant with lower pressure. See you next year!

Visit SICUR 22-25 feb in Madrid!

17/02/2022

Welcome to SICUR, FEB 22-25 To our distributor quantum fire & security at stand 8D03!

Our esteemed distributor Quantum Fire & Security will represent Firemiks at SICUR. Visit their both  8D03 to learn more about news and developments in the FIREMIKS product program.

Next generation FIREMIKS Gear pump solution

10/09/2020



FIREMIKS 10000-1-GP-F G81 with Belt Drive

On these models, the Gear Pump will be mounted on top of the water motor, making for an even more compact package. Instead of direct drive with a drive gear coupling, the Gear Pump is now driven by an industrial multi V-rib belt, here referred to as Belt Drive. This arrangement makes it possible to optimize both the Water motor and Gear pump more independent from each other with different rotating speeds, continuing the FIREMIKS tradition of offering the best possible solution for the customers’ specific dosing case.

With this design, we can offer the following advantages:

·        An even more compact solution with a reduced footprint, this can be important for high flows in tight spaces (e.g. containers).

·        Apart from handling very high viscosity concentrate, it will be possible to use Gear Pumps also with lower viscosities than before.

·        As before, Gear pumps are even more reliable than Piston pumps with fewer moving parts and are suitable for high and very high pseudoplastic viscosities, without reciprocating pump action.

·        Lower pressure drops than before can be achieved with optimized water motor speed.

·        Possibility to optimize dosing rate for different operation scenarios.

Please refer to the datasheet for each model as they become available. 

Differences of Belt drive vs Drive gear coupling

Contrary to perhaps expectation, the complexity and part count of the Belt drive is not increased compared to direct drive with Drive gear coupling.

The Belt drive exists out of two belt wheels and a self-tensioning Multi V-rib belt, without the use of external belt tensioners. The whole belt drive is enclosed in a protective ventilated cabinet that also supports the pump assemblies. The belt wheels are supported by ball bearings. Limited need for service with long change interval for the belt.


Belt drive solution in ventilated cabinet

Drive gear coupling models uses two claw couplings, one on each drive axle and a thermoplastic spider wheel. Pump is mounted on a pump bracket with drive gear cover. Drive gear is checked at main service and if necessary, replaced.

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FIREMIKS 2400-3-GP-F-ALU with direct drive coupling.


INTERSEC - presenting first line of FM-approved FIREMIKS® units

15/01/2018

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We are proud to announce that we from January 9th can offer a selected line of FM-approved (Class 5130) FIREMIKS® units. Units: 450-3-PP-ALU-FM, 800-3-PP-F-ALU-FM, 1200-3-PP-F-ALU-FM, 1800-3-PP-F-ALU-FM, 2400-3-PP-F-ALU-FM and 3200-3-PP-F-ALU-FM.

To receive the Factory Mutual (FM) certification, as it holds one of the most rigorous industry standards worldwide, has been a strenuous but rewarding process and we look forward to continuing our goal of offering more FM-approved high-quality water driven dosing system solution to the international firefighting market!

FM-approval FIREMIKS


We will be present at INTERSEC in Dubai in the stand 6-G24 of our distributor Solas Marine.
If you attend please contact us beforehand, we would be pleased to meet you and update you on our
latest developments, and also discuss with you the potential with our new FM-approved line of
FIREMIKS!

Our FM-approved FIREMIKS® 2400-3-PP-F-ALU-FM will be displayed at INTERSEC.  (pic below)

2400-3-PP-F-ALU-FM (front)
2400-3-PP-F-ALU-FM (back)


Naval Damage Control

30/09/2016

Sales Director Per Aredal will participate at Naval Damage Control, the premier community gathering for naval, civilian and industry stakeholders, between the 3rd-5th October 2016,
Mariott Hotel Portsmouth, UK.

"Naval Damage Control (NDC 2016) is an international forum for Navies, damage control schools, naval engineering teams, ship builders, maritime fire teams, first responders and industry partners to discuss and network with their peers from the damage control sector. The priority will be to discuss potential threats and the best ways these can be negated."

Naval Damage Control