Flamethrower vs. Fire Truck Hot, Hot Heat Bryant Pickett walks away from a huge explosion. The fire is burning at 1,500 degrees. A Frenzied Fire Brian Peterson monitors while the E-One puts out a fire. Designed to smother aircraft fires in under three minutes, the machine weights more than 50,000 pounds and carries eight times more water than a normal fire truck. Burn Bright Like a Diamond Charles Hobson uses the flamethrower. It shoots a flame hot enough to melt diamonds. Cutting With Cold Darren Jones uses the Cold Jet. This machine is a dry ice cleaning device that fires highly pressurized dry ice to vaporize dirt. A Rugged Rope A piano is hoisted into the air. The ropes are being protected by Tuff-N-Lite fabric—a cloth that's lighter than cotton but stronger than steel. Strong Man Brian Shaw poses while strapped to a washing machine. Going For a Drag David Nerman (L) and Matt Kolmes (R) strap in a dummy wearing Tuff-N-Lite. They are going to drag the dummy behind the car to test if the Tuff-N-Lite clothing holds up. Force to Be Reckoned With (L to R) Brian Shaw, Zane Lamprey, Brian Unger, August Scallici, and Lars Lindgren pose with the Brokk during the showdown. The Brokk has a variable load sensing hydraulic pump. Keep on Truckin' Brian Shaw attempts to pull a fire truck. Man vs. Machine (L to R) Brian Shaw looks on while Lars Lindgren and August Scallici operate the Brokk. Big Ol' Brokk (L to R) Lars Lindgren, Brian Shaw, Zane Lamprey, Brian Unger and August Scallici investigate the Brokk. It may look like a space-age toy, but don't be fooled. The Brokk is a machine that can rip anything to shreds. Hay There! Brian Shaw pulls a trailer full of hay bails. The trailer and hay combined weighs 3,500 pounds. Modern Hercules (L to R) Lars Lindgren and August Scallici watch the Brokk lift the giant dumbbell. The Brokk is one of the world's most powerful demolition robots. World's Strongest Man Brian Shaw preps to lift up the giant dumbbell. He's 415 pounds of pure muscle and armed with 24-inch biceps.