About GAAM Emergency Products
Unrivalled expertise in emergency and extreme environments
Since 1933, Australian firefighters have relied on GAAM equipment to bring fires under control. GAAM is a specialist in the design and manufacture of pumps for urban and rural fire suppression, manufacturing a wide range of petrol and diesel powered fire fighting pumpsets and ancillary systems.
The best products from around the world
GAAM sources products and components specifically for fire, rescue, police, security,
ambulance, SES and other emergency services and industrial organisations from suppliers around the world. Along with an extensive range of fire pumps, hoses, valves and nozzles our product range includes riot equipment, rescue equipment, forced entry equipment and vehicle lights and sirens.
Our people; there to make your people more effective
There are many emergency products to choose from and matching a product to a requirement is not always easy. That’s why GAAM’s skilled and experienced professionals have such an important role. We take the time to understand in detail the nature of your work and the requirements of equipment in the field. We know there are often no second chances in your line of work, so we like to make sure the equipment we provide will do the job correctly the first time.
GAAM is one of the most experienced companies in the industry. Our people know what works and what doesn’t. They are passionate about the equipment they work with and are happy to pass on their deep understanding of fire-fighting and other equipment to you. The better informed you are, the better your equipment selections will be.
GAAM is an authorised (TFT) Task force Tips and Hurst Rescue (Jaws of Life) authorised repairer also Gaam Repairs its own range of pumps as well as Hale and Godiva pumps
GAAM is part of Tyco International. This gives us access to suppliers of emergency services products across the world, so we can bring world’s best practices and equipment to fire fighters, police, ambulance and other emergency workers in Australia.