Press

Fogmaker in the News

August 2019 – Trailblazing Fire Suppression Systems on New Buses

August 2019 – School Bus Fire Suppression Highlighted in NTSB Report and Federal Legislation

July 2018 – In the Business of Preventing School Bus Fires

February 2018 – Texas District Deploys Fogmaker Fire Suppression in School Buses

June 2017 – Wolfington to Offer Fogmaker Fire Suppression

March 2017 – The Importance of School Bus Fire Suppression Systems

May 2015 – A New Wave of Fire Suppression On Board Public Transportation Vehicles

 

Press Releases

Mobile, Alabama School District Deploys Life Saving Fogmaker Fire Suppression System Across Entire Bus Fleet

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) Issues New School Bus Safety Recommendations After a Fatal School Bus Fire Claimed Two Lives

Fogmaker Fire Suppression Systems Approved for Installation on School Bus Fleets Across Georgia

USSC Group Acquires Canadian School Bus Safety and Technology Company

Fogmaker North America Welcomes Shawn Twitchell to the Team as Regional Sales Manager of Fogmaker’s Mining Division

IL Texas Deploys Fogmaker Fire Suppression Across Entire Fleet

Media Kit

 

“Fogmaker North America is a self-contained and sustained, ready-alert system that uses a high-pressure, water mist technology to suppress engine fires in seconds. This environmentally friendly, advanced technology is the only system that simultaneously attacks all components of the fire triangle – Heat, Oxygen, and Fuel.”

Fogmaker North America is one of USSC Group’s core brands. Fogmaker North America is a leader in water mist fire suppression systems for vehicles and enclosed hazards.  This unique, environmentally friendly, pre-engineered fire suppression system is rapidly becoming standard practice on mobile equipment like mass transit, school buses, heavy machinery, forestry equipment and much more. Fogmaker’s patented high-pressure water mist system rapidly reduces heat from fires with a direct attack on the fire triangle – heat, oxygen and fuel.  In seconds, engine fire temperature is reduced, allowing for rapid-fire suppression and reducing the risk of re-flash.”

 

For all media inquiries, please contact:

Stephanie Williams

Marketing & Tradeshow Coordinator

swilliams@usscgroup.com