Join Brandon Whittaker, aerial sales manager, as he describes this recently delivered Rosenbauer 100' EXT Tiller powered by a 600-hp engine on a Commander chassis.
Grand Rapid voted to allow the fire department to spend up to $1.4 million to purchase used low mileage fire apparatus to replace outdated equipment and properties for a future fire station, reports MLive.com. Fire Chief John Lehman’s plan is to trade in up to 11 outdated apparatus and purchase seven used apparatus, including two...
Pierce dealer, Siddons-Martin Emergency Group, has expanded its territory with the acquisition of Utah and Nevada-based Superior Equipment.
The new Wisconsin facility is a complete source for fire apparatus sales and service, fire equipment parts sales, new and used fire trucks and ambulances, fire apparel, and gear.
Chicago (IL) Fire Department sets up to battle a fire in the city's South Side.
The Bastrop City Council approved a $2.8 million certificate of obligation bond for a 100-foot Mid-Mount Aerial truck, a pumper truck and other needed equipment, reports The Statesman. At a total cost around $1.7 million, the aerial truck will include a 37-foot ladder that will be able to discharge 1,500 gallons of water per minute...
This photo of a new E-ONE rig in Chicago was taken by Tim Olk.
The Fort Drum Fire Department is without a ladder truck and that has a ripple effect on other area departments which rely on Fort Drum for a back-up, reports 7 New WWNYT. Three of Fort Drum’s other fire apparatus also have been taken off the roads. Aging equipment is a problem at many fire departments.
Recently the department accepted delivery of a Seagrave tractor-drawn aerial (TDA) on a Marauder chassis. The apparatus is painted black over red, and the aerial ladder is also painted black while the trailer’s compartments have roll-up doors that aren't painted.
Two new fire trucks were recently added to Hempfield Fire Department’s fleet, reports The Pittsburgh Tribune Live. Older trucks were replaced by Sutphen SL75 Mid-Mount Aerial Ladder trucks. Officials have worked over the past year to combine the township’s 12 stations under one department.