Recently our first ever Class B made a return visit to our factory for some repairs.
Built in 2001, and while styles/finishes have changed, our motto to produce the best quality machine has not changed. Equipment, lighting, technology and electronics have all advanced since 2001 with each year bringing new developments to the Fire & Rescues Services.
We’d like to thank Sligo Fire Service, and all other loyal customers who have remained faithful to us over the past 17 years.
We look forward to the next 17 years!
Just a quick post to say thank you to everyone for the continued support and custom throughout last year. Above are just some pictures of the projects we have worked on.
We had a very busy 2017 and here’s to an even better 2018!
Happy New Year
Here are some pictures of our most recent jobs –
Limerick Fire & Rescue Service Class B:
Galway Incident Command Unit (Fit-out/Refurb):
ATV’s for Irish Coast Guard:
Carlow County Fire & Rescue Service:
Offaly Fire & Rescue Maintenance Unit:
Toyota Hilux for Irish Coast Guard:
Mitsubishi Outlander for Dublin Airport Authority:
Galway On-Site Co-ordination Unit:
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A few weeks ago we were asked to supply a fire engine for Santa & Mrs Claus to arrive at a nearby crèche – ‘Bogha Ceatha’. For years we have been doing pump tests and final inspections across from Bogha Ceatha and the kids were so excited to finally see a fire engine up close.
Many thanks to Tipperary Fire Service for allowing us to use their almost finished fire engine today.
Merry Christmas & A Happy New Year.
We are currently working on some ATV’s for the Irish Coast Guard.
Here is a picture of our 1st one completed:
We’ve customised it to their preference and we wish them the best of luck with all of their new ATV’s!
Please see our Facebook page for more detailed pictures.
Here’s a piece we thought some people might be interested in, it’s a Stainless Steel Attachment, and as you can see, the edges have been very neatly welded.
Take a look at our Sheetmetal page if you would like to know more about that department, here.
For more information, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Slán go fóill!
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Godiva introduced the KP Series Fire Pumps at Interschutz in June this year. They’re called KP1 and KP2. Main pumps suitable for smaller vehicles.
- Up to 1500 LPM
- Easily installed
KP1 – Single Pressure Pump
KP2 – Multi-Pressure Pump
“Big on performance, small in size”
For more information, click here.