Photographer Tim Olk recently took these photos of newly delivered E-ONE aerials to the Chicago (IL) Fire Department.
Ohio Township Volunteer Fire Company, Pittsburgh, PA, 104-foot Cobra aerial ladder quint. Commander cab and chassis; Cummins X15 600-hp engine; Hale Qmax 2,000-gpm pump; UPF Poly 750-gallon water tank; and 30-gallon foam cell.
If you write purchasing specifications or are contemplating purchasing a new fire truck for structural attack, a grass fire truck, a crash truck for your airport, or an ambulance, you might want to do some research into this proposed standard.
Since there is no Covid-19 vaccine as of this date and no proven treatment that works on all the infected, we don’t know if people who have been infected have antibodies to fight off getting infected again.
E-ONE, a subsidiary of REV Group, has delivered two E-ONE HR 100 aerials for the Omaha (NE) Fire Department.
Later in July 2020, get ready for an upcoming free digital event from the REV Group.
Indianapolis Fire Department 110-foot Ascendant platform aerials (2). Enforcer cabs and chassis; and Detroit DD13 515-hp engines.
It was a check and balance between overly progressive members who want everything ever invented on their new fire truck and the grunts like Willie whose common sense questions aggravate the hell out of the gung-ho crew.
The City of Beverly is looking to purchase a new ladder truck.
A Mineral Royalties Grant will help fund a new aerial platform fire apparatus for the Torrington Volunteer Fire Department