The fire trucks are equipped with the ZeroRPM® Idle Mitigation System, specifically engineered for E-ONE apparatus. The idle mitigation system will automatically switch off the fire truck’s chassis engine to power the warning lights, work lights and scene lights.
The heritage of today’s tractor-drawn aerials (TDAs) can be traced back to the late 1800s when the trailers were first given rear steering but were still drawn by horses.
With the addition of 4G modems to PRO-VISION® video recording systems, users can use a 4G connection to easily track their fleet vehicles, receive event notifications and access cameras views—all in real time.
A new $1.4MM ladder truck for the Central Fire Protection District of Santa Cruz County is tentatively scheduled to go into service mid-December, reports patch.com. The truck is replacing the CFPD’s 2001 Pierce ladder truck, but the ladder truck will remain available for use if needed. The new Rosenbauer expands the tools available to incident...
Check out Part 3 from Daive Traiforos's collection of photos from a Fire Muster in New Haven, Indiana.
Mechanic Falls firefighters paid $5,000 and went to Ontario to pick-up their vintage fire truck, reports The Sun Journal. A crew will now begin work on the restoration of the 1931 Chevy ladder truck.
New Albany Township (IN) Fire Department, New Chapel Fire Company, 75-foot aerial ladder quint. Cinder cab and chassis.
Sutphen Corporation partners with Hendrickson to create a new front axle and suspension option for all Sutphen, Monarch extreme-duty chassis customers.
Photographer Tim Olk took these pictures of rigs in service at a Griffith (IL) house fire.
Part 2 of the Dave Traiforos fire apparatus photos from New Haven, Indiana.