The trucks will be deployed at multiple airports around the island country.
The Tuscaloosa TITAN 6x6 is equipped with a 65’ high reach extendable turret (HRET) to provide greater accessibility to the fire and a greater degree of safety for the crew and the vehicle
Photographer Steve Redick was on scene at aircraft fire and rescue firefighting (ARFF) training with the Chicago (IL) Fire Department.
As a new product introduced in 2017, the Oshkosh® Striker® 8x8 with twin rear-mounted engines was proudly delivered to Denver International Airport in September 2019.
The nine TITAN ARFFs are going to airport locations throughout Peru.
Class 1 through 3 ARFF vehicles are smaller rigs carrying a mix of water, foam, and dry chemical or halogenated agent that protect small to midsize airports, and the kinds of equipment they carry in many cases mirror those of larger Class 4 and Class 5 ARFF rigs.
E-ONE supplied a TITAN® 4×4 ARFF truck to the Sault Ste. Marie (ONT) Airport with a Hale 8FG 3,000-gpm pump, a 1,600-gallon water tank, a 225-gallon integral foam tank, a 500-pound dry chemical tank, and an FRC AutoFoam SC foam proportioning system.