If 110 Fires are Not Enough, Queensland Firefighters Could See More Heat, Dry Lightning and Potential Tropical Cyclone to add to State’s Problems

This report from ABC News says Sunday will be a day of vigilance for fire-ravaged parts of Queensland, amid the threat of blazes caused by lightning and the possibility of a tropical cyclone brewing in the northern Coral Sea. Severe…

Typhoon Jongdari causes havoc in Japan

With winds of 110mph, Typhoon Jongdari took an unusual westbound trajectory across Honshu, staying north of Shikoku and finally crossing Kyushu. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe took the rare step of advising evacuation, particularly for those in western Japan, where flooding killed 224…

Typhoons hit Asia in an unprecedented path of destruction

While super typhoon Talim starts off the coast of the Philippines and heads towards Taipei, China and Japan, Typhoon Doksuri is heading towards Vietnam.  In the meantime, the Philippines, who thought they had missed this group of Typhoons was hit…

Typhoon Ineng (international name Goni) entered the Philippine area of responsibility

In its latest Philippines bulletin on Typhoon Ineng, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) reported that on Friday 21st Aug. alone, seven people were killed, mostly by landslides triggered by the typhoon, in the Cordillera Administrative Region and the Ilocos…

Three Typhoons to hit Asia

Powerful Typhoon Chan-hom battered the Chinese island city of Zhoushan on Saturday afternoon, bringing heavy rain and strong winds in an event that has seen hundreds of thousands of people evacuate their homes. Chan-hom hit Zhoushan part of eastern China’s…

Renz Feuerwehrservice

Renz Feuerwehrservice develop and manufactures in their own facilities from where they distribute TYPHOON overpressure ventilation systems which are driven by water, motor and electric power. The company also produce mobile pressure foam proportioning systems in accordance with DIN 14430…

Philippines Typhoon Triggers Major Evacuation

Nearly 900,000 people were evacuated when Typhoon Hagupit (known locally as Ruby) made landfall twice in the Philippines according to the Philippines National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council.  The typhoon lashed the central and northern parts of the country…

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