Fire Fighting

 

Power Take Off (PTO) Clutches and Power Divider Clutches for the Fire Fighting Industry

Logan offers a variety of clutch and brake solutions for Fire Fighting applications that include: clutches for power divider wing drives, flywheel mounted connect-disconnect clutches for pumps, Direct Drive Power Take-off (PTO), clutches for live PTO’s connected to the fire trucks transmission and clutches used in mid-ship pump systems for municipal fire trucks.

Clutches are designed in a series, are hydraulically or pneumatically actuated and can operate in a wet (oil) or dry environment. Modified standards can be engineered to meet specific customer and application design requirements that are outside of our standard catalog offering (Torque, RPM, Horsepower, or Envelope).

Logan is an OEM manufacturer whose products are manufactured and assembled in the U.S.A. Logan Sales, Engineering and Manufacturing and Service Personnel are available to answer questions about catalog specs, parts and service details and overall inquiries on your specific design requirements. Our Global Parts and Service department is available at your convenience 24/7 through Logan and our Dealer / Distributor Network.

  • The Sandwich Fire and Rescue Boat Displaying the Outstanding Fire-Fighting Flow of The Logan PTO.
  • Moose Boats’ Fire Rescue Catamaran
  • Moose Boats’ Fire Rescue Catamaran
  • Engine Compartment Showing the Sea Chest on the Inboard Side and Clutch Shroud Forward. The Fire Pump is Under the Deck Forward in the Compartment.
  • The Logan R600 Series Clutch has been a Standard on Oshkosh Striker 1500, 3500 and 4500 series Airport Rescue Fire Fighting / ARRF Trucks since 1989. The Striker is Capable of Dispensing up to 1,950 g
  • Scania Fire Engine Chassis equipped with Logan Direct Drive, Power Take-Off (PTO) Clutch
  • Logan LC-318 with Flexible Coupling Installed on a Cummins QSB Series Engine for a Fire Boat Application
  • The Logan S450 Series Clutch has Been a Standard in Hale Products Cafspro Midship Compressed Air Foam System Since 2004. The Cafspro Installed in Fire Trucks as a Module, which Provides 200CFM

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