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One Stop Fire Products
Fire Fighting Pumps For Your Farm, Camp or Cottage!
One Stop Fire Products Inc. provides portable fire pump systems,
components, accessories and related fire fighting goods for rural, vacation and remote properties.
Click on image to view various pumps
ALERT ... Ethanol Additive in Small Engine Fuel
Small engine repair shops are reporting a sharply increasing incidence of the deterioration of soft fuel system components -- such as gaskets & fuel lines. The suspicion is that the ethanol additive in fuel may be the culprit.
In order to maintain engine reliability of your small engine and reduce service issues, it is suggested that you avoid the use
of gasoline with ethanol. At the moment, most premium gasolines do not have ethanol added -- and premium is beneficial
for most small engines. Do check your engine manual regarding recommended fuels. At least, choose a gasoline brand
that does not have ethanol added. The gasoline pump should clearly identify if ethanol may be present.
This issue applies to many small engines powering lawnmowers, chain saws, generators, etc. as well as fire pumps.
About Product Availability ...
We do attempt to have the most popular items on-hand, but as we move into the summer months, our warehouse does get
depleted. A fire crisis anywhere in North America (or around the world) can strip our shelves, create product shortages and
cause havoc with our supply chain. It is advised to plan ahead as much as you can -- we will try our best to meet your needs.
All prices on this website are in Canadian dollars. Recently, the US dollar has been significantly above the Canadian counterpart with the result that the net cost of your purchase will be less than the face amount shown — possibly by as much as 10%.
Be aware that currency exchange rates are constantly changing. You can use the
Foreign Exchange Calculator found on the left of each webpage to check the current rate. This will give you an approximation of what your net cost will be.
When you pay by credit card, there is nothing special that you must do. Your bank will automatically convert the charge at their preferred rate of the moment when they process the transaction and you will see that information on your credit card statement.