Feature: Kentland Volunteer Fire Department

Feature: Kentland Volunteer Fire Department

January 8, 2021

  Feature Friday: Kentland Volunteer Fire Department Image by Emergency Nexus Overview Founded in 1951, the Kentland Volunteer Fire Department is one of 19 volunteer fire departments within the Prince George’s County Fire Rescue Service in Prince George’s County, MD.  Located approximately 15 minutes outside of Washington, DC, Station 33 operates two engines, a tower ladder, a rescue engine, and a mini-pumper, collectively responding to around 4,000 calls for service annually.   The Truck Placed… READ MORE »

Feature: Burtonsville Fire Department

December 2, 2020

Burtonsville Fire Department
  Feature Friday: Kentland Volunteer Fire Department Image by Emergency Nexus Overview Founded in 1951, the Kentland Volunteer Fire Department is one of 19 volunteer fire departments within the Prince George’s County Fire Rescue Service in Prince George’s County, MD.  Located approximately 15 minutes outside of Washington, DC, Station 33 operates two engines, a tower ladder, a rescue engine, and a mini-pumper, collectively responding to around 4,000 calls for service annually.   The Truck Placed… READ MORE »

Feature: Woodlawn Fire Company

October 9, 2020

woodlawn fire department truck at an angle
  Feature Friday: Kentland Volunteer Fire Department Image by Emergency Nexus Overview Founded in 1951, the Kentland Volunteer Fire Department is one of 19 volunteer fire departments within the Prince George’s County Fire Rescue Service in Prince George’s County, MD.  Located approximately 15 minutes outside of Washington, DC, Station 33 operates two engines, a tower ladder, a rescue engine, and a mini-pumper, collectively responding to around 4,000 calls for service annually.   The Truck Placed… READ MORE »

Feature: Upper Chichester Fire Department

October 2, 2020

A view of the other side of Upper Chichester's truck
  Feature Friday: Kentland Volunteer Fire Department Image by Emergency Nexus Overview Founded in 1951, the Kentland Volunteer Fire Department is one of 19 volunteer fire departments within the Prince George’s County Fire Rescue Service in Prince George’s County, MD.  Located approximately 15 minutes outside of Washington, DC, Station 33 operates two engines, a tower ladder, a rescue engine, and a mini-pumper, collectively responding to around 4,000 calls for service annually.   The Truck Placed… READ MORE »

Feature: Duquesne Annex Volunteer Fire Company

September 25, 2020

Duquesne Annex Volunteer Fire Company Truck
  Feature Friday: Kentland Volunteer Fire Department Image by Emergency Nexus Overview Founded in 1951, the Kentland Volunteer Fire Department is one of 19 volunteer fire departments within the Prince George’s County Fire Rescue Service in Prince George’s County, MD.  Located approximately 15 minutes outside of Washington, DC, Station 33 operates two engines, a tower ladder, a rescue engine, and a mini-pumper, collectively responding to around 4,000 calls for service annually.   The Truck Placed… READ MORE »

Feature: Mechanicsville Volunteer Fire Department

September 18, 2020

Mechanicsville VFD truck
  Feature Friday: Kentland Volunteer Fire Department Image by Emergency Nexus Overview Founded in 1951, the Kentland Volunteer Fire Department is one of 19 volunteer fire departments within the Prince George’s County Fire Rescue Service in Prince George’s County, MD.  Located approximately 15 minutes outside of Washington, DC, Station 33 operates two engines, a tower ladder, a rescue engine, and a mini-pumper, collectively responding to around 4,000 calls for service annually.   The Truck Placed… READ MORE »

Feature: Rutland Town Fire Department

September 11, 2020

  Feature Friday: Kentland Volunteer Fire Department Image by Emergency Nexus Overview Founded in 1951, the Kentland Volunteer Fire Department is one of 19 volunteer fire departments within the Prince George’s County Fire Rescue Service in Prince George’s County, MD.  Located approximately 15 minutes outside of Washington, DC, Station 33 operates two engines, a tower ladder, a rescue engine, and a mini-pumper, collectively responding to around 4,000 calls for service annually.   The Truck Placed… READ MORE »

Feature: Roanoke Wildwood Volunteer Fire Department

September 3, 2020

An image of RWVFD's truck
  Feature Friday: Kentland Volunteer Fire Department Image by Emergency Nexus Overview Founded in 1951, the Kentland Volunteer Fire Department is one of 19 volunteer fire departments within the Prince George’s County Fire Rescue Service in Prince George’s County, MD.  Located approximately 15 minutes outside of Washington, DC, Station 33 operates two engines, a tower ladder, a rescue engine, and a mini-pumper, collectively responding to around 4,000 calls for service annually.   The Truck Placed… READ MORE »

Scene Lighting Tips: Lighting the Front Corners

August 25, 2020

Southeast Fire Dept Brow Light Mounting
Scene Lighting Tips: Lighting the Front Corners The corners off the front of an apparatus cab can make it difficult to eliminate dark areas with scene lighting. Southeast Volunteer Fire Department in Texas found a unique way to handle this problem, using a 72″ FireTech Brow Light paired with two outward-angled MiniBrow Lights on each corner of the cab. The 3-LED MiniBrow Lights, which use flood optics, throw light in both 45 degree directions. This… READ MORE »

HiViz LEDs Hosting Open House June 1st

May 1, 2019

HiViz LED Lighting is hosting an open-house in our new Western North Carolina Facility! The event will be Saturday, June 1st 2019 from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM. A BBQ pig pick’n lunch will be served from 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM, and a bluegrass band will play during the event. A ribbon cutting and building dedication will occur at 1:00 PM sharp. If you are available to attend, we will look forward to seeing… READ MORE »