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Your Complete Fire Equipment Checklist

Posted in Blog on September 19, 2018

Midwest Fire is here to build a custom apparatus for your department. Once your custom apparatus is built, you’ll need to stock it with the proper equipment!     Having a fully equipped truck is important for any fire department – almost as important as the truck you put it all on! To properly stock […]

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Quality Assurance with Lynette Kemerling

Posted in Blog on September 11, 2018

Quality Assurance: it should be a guaranteed priority with all products and services, but from cold fries to faulty appliances, we’ve all had some degree of negative experience when a ball was dropped on the company’s part. At Midwest Fire, we strive for the highest standard in workmanship for our customers. One mark of that […]

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How Often Should You Test Your Fire Pump?

Posted in Blog on August 31, 2018

Steve Morelan say it well on Waterousco.com’s blog: “The fire pump is sometimes referred to as the ‘heart’ of the fire truck. For without a pump, a fire truck is just a transport vehicle that can bring firefighters and equipment to the scene, but is incapable of extinguishing any fire. In order to get the […]

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Midwest Fire Named Finalist in Minnesota Manufacturing Awards

Posted in Company News on August 13, 2018

(LUVERNE, MN) AUG. 13, 2018 – Midwest Fire Equipment & Repair Company (Midwest Fire) is again named a finalist in the Small Business Category of Minnesota Business Magazine’s “Made in Minnesota Manufacturing Awards.” The award recognizes a small company (1-50 employees) who demonstrates overall excellence in the state’s booming manufacturing industry. This is the second […]

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Orange City Fire Department Customer Spotlight

Posted in Customer Spotlights on June 27, 2018

When Orange City Fire Department received a FEMA grant for a new apparatus to serve their rural community Midwest Fire was first on the radar because the department was looking to buy locally. Orange City Fire Department is located around 50 miles from Midwest Fire so they were able to incorporate face to face visits […]

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