Thermofilm Australia expressed their appreciation for the efforts of all
dedicated SES volunteers by donating Heatstrip Max heaters to the Kilmore SES
training facility. SES volunteers give up their time to assist and protect the
community in times of emergency, in line with their core values of commitment,
integrity and community focus.
Thermofilm’s Heatstrip Max heaters will assist the Kilmore SES operate
the large training room facility by providing a more comfortable environment
for their members. Unit Controller Frank Roberts explains that the heaters will
allow their members to train out of the weather.
SES volunteer members place themselves in the elements every time they
attend an incident, from road accidents, storm and flood to building damage and
trees down on roads.
Scott Davis, Deputy Controller of Operations adds that the gesture has
been greatly appreciated by volunteers of the Kilmore SES. The range appealed
to the unit due to the resilience of the heating units and heating ability for
large areas. The all metal construction of the heaters also eliminates any risk
of breakage during impacts.