ACA Hurricane

An ACA Hurricane


The ACA Hurricane 130 was designed by Alerting Communicators of America in November, 1968. The Hurricane started off with a square horn that ended with two poles where the horn attaches to the chopper enclosure, These were produced until 1973, when a larger, rounder horn was made that was a true exponential horn. The siren was popular with towns siren. The corporation continued production until 1980, when it was replaced with the P-50 siren. All Hurricanes are very rare, as most of them have been replaced by newer sirens. This siren is similar to a Thunderbolt because it uses a blower.

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