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SPECTRA as used on Maine fishing boat

Friday, September 27th, 2013

Swan’s Island, ME lobster boat Captain Jason Joyce explains why the FRC Spectra was the right choice for his harsh work conditions.

TurboFoam Installation Video

Monday, April 1st, 2013

John McLoughlin and Brian Roherich worked to put together this great installation overview for FRC’s new TurboFoam Direct Injection Foam Proportioning System. This video in no way replaces the installation manual, but it does cover the basics of installation. This is not a sales or operations video! You will not learn how to operate the TurboFoam system here. It describes the steps a truck builder needs to perform to install the new foam system. The audience for this video is District engineers and mechanics, OEM engineering staff, and technically minded folk who want to understand the components of the TurboFoam system.

Take a tour of FRC

Monday, November 12th, 2012

FRC was recently featured on our local public access cable TV station (Smithtown Government Television). Brian Roehrich leads the tour of our facilities in this 12 minute video filmed earlier this year (2012) which includes all major production and assembly areas.

Video LED lighting comparison

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

This video, sent in by an FRC affiliate in Europe compares two Sodium lights running on 24V at 250W with first one SPECTRA LED 24V at 220W and with an additional EVOLUTION LED at 24V, 160W.

New LED Lighting movie

Wednesday, May 11th, 2011

John finished up another one of his great overview movies and this time he goes over our new LED lighting offerings. This 7 minute video provides a lot of real-world images so you can really see why FRC lighting is the superior product. It also does a great job of describing the differences in the various lighting products we offer and how they can be used on apparatus – if you’re looking into specifying LED lighting definitely take a few minutes to watch this one!