Federal Signal Corporation Launches Website Demonstrating How Owners Can Use Their Federal Signal Products in COVID-19 Cleaning and Sanitizing Efforts

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Oak Brook, Illinois, March 16, 2020 — Federal Signal Corporation (NYSE:FSS) (the “Company”) today announced its launch of a website dedicated to cleaning and sanitizing efforts in response to the coronavirus (“COVID-19”) outbreak – www.fedsigresponse.com. In launching the website, the Company is reminding new and existing customers, dealers and end users that the installed base of products manufactured by the Company’s Environmental Solutions Group can be used in efforts to clean and sanitize outdoor public areas, such as recreational spaces, parks and museums. In addition, these products can be used to sanitize other vehicles, like buses or railcars, as well as cleaning bridges, train stations and any other outdoor areas. These products include:

 

  • Vactor truck-mounted machines that combine a vacuum system with large liquid storage and liquid pumping capability. They have an exclusive multi-flow capability that can safely provide pressurized liquid flows to single or multiple hand-held devices or fixed nozzles at pressures from 0 to 2500 pounds per square inch (“PSI”) and flows from 0 to 80 gallons per minute (“GPM”). They store up to 800 feet of large diameter hose allowing them to conduct liquids to remote or hard-to-reach areas like subway or elevated platforms or behind large structures. In addition, the on-board hydraulic systems can be used to power other tools.   

 

  • TRUVAC truck-mounted machines that combine a vacuum system with large liquid storage and liquid pumping capability. They have variable liquid flow capability that can safely provide pressurized liquid flows to single or multiple hand-held devices or fixed nozzles at pressures from 0 to 2500 PSI and flows up to 25 GPM. They normally incorporate the ability to heat the liquid to temperatures nearing 200°F. In addition, the on-board hydraulic systems can be used to power other tools.   

 

  • Elgin Sweeper truck-mounted machines with liquid storage and liquid pumping capability. They have flow capability to provide low pressure liquid flows to multiple nozzles and can do so while the machine is moving at any speed.  Many sweeper models also incorporate vacuum systems to collect materials. In addition, the on-board hydraulic systems can be used to power other tools.       

 

  • Jetstream trailer-mounted, self-powered liquid pumps that incorporate liquid storage. They have variable liquid flow capability that can safely provide pressurized liquid flows to single or multiple hand-held devices or fixed nozzles at flows up to 50 GPM or more. Being self-powered, they can be towed while pumping on or off the road. 

 

“Our products move material, clean infrastructure and protect the communities where we work and live, uniquely positioning them to help mitigate the community transmission of COVID-19,” said Jennifer L. Sherman, President and Chief Executive Officer. “In these uncertain times, protecting the safety and wellbeing of the public is more important than ever. We stand ready to help new and existing customers; federal, state and local authorities; and the broader community in any way that we can.”

 

For additional information on these products, please visit www.fedsigresponse.com.

 

About Federal Signal

Federal Signal Corporation (NYSE: FSS) builds and delivers equipment of unmatched quality that moves material, cleans infrastructure, and protects the communities where we work and live. Founded in 1901, Federal Signal is a leading global designer, manufacturer and supplier of products and total solutions that serve municipal, governmental, industrial and commercial customers. Headquartered in Oak Brook, Ill., with manufacturing facilities worldwide, the Company operates two groups: Environmental Solutions and Safety and Security Systems. For more information on Federal Signal, visit: http://www.federalsignal.com.

 

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This release contains various forward-looking statements as of the date hereof and we undertake no obligation to update these forward-looking statements regardless of new developments or otherwise. Statements in this release that are not historical are forward-looking statements. Such statements are subject to various risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to vary materially from those stated. Such risks and uncertainties include but are not limited to: economic conditions in various regions, product and price competition, supply chain disruptions, work stoppages, availability and pricing of raw materials, risks associated with acquisitions such as integration of operations and achieving anticipated revenue and cost benefits, foreign currency exchange rate changes, interest rate changes, increased legal expenses and litigation results, legal and regulatory developments and other risks and uncertainties described in filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

 

Contact: Ian Hudson, Chief Financial Officer, +1-630-954-2000, ihudson@federalsignal.com

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