Ensure your compliance with the National Fire Protection Association by using NFPA Compliant Water Tank Baffles. Current NFPA regulations 1901 and 1906 state:

“All water tanks shall be provided with baffles or swash partitions to form containment cells or
dynamic movement control.”*

Surge related accidents can be very costly, dangerous and even deadly. The risk of this type of accident can be almost eliminated by implementing a surge reduction system.

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What happens when you don't have nfpa compliant water tank baffles

Surge Busters offer the latest in Dynamic Movement Control with a minimal outlay of capital. These drop-in baffles act as shock absorbers that eliminate a majority of the surge in the truck tank. Energy from surge is not transferred to the rest of the truck, making for safer driving and operation. This surge reduction system is much more effective than traditional baffles and can be added to a new unit or an existing apparatus. This dynamic control is also available at a fraction of the cost of traditional baffles and can be easily transferred from one tank to another.

*Text quoted from NFPA 1901 Standard for Automotive Fire Apparatus 2009 Edition, paragraph 18.2.5 and NFPA 1906 Standard for Wildland Fire Apparatus 2006 Edition, paragraph 11.2.5 (underline added by Liquid Surge Control, LLC for emphasis.)

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