Commercial Truck Equipment’s team consists of apparatus specialists, technicians, trainers, and more than 300 support staff.
Tyler will oversee all the fire brands including E-ONE, KME, Ferrara, Spartan, Smeal, and Ladder Tower.
The new deal covers purchasing 16 pumpers, nine aerials, four brush trucks, two heavy rescues, two water tenders, two ARFF units, one bomb unit, one cliff rescue unit, and one hazmat unit.
These vehicles are specifically designed to fit on Lockheed Martin C-130J Super Hercules aircraft, allowing the vehicles to be deployed to USAF bases around the world.
Protecting a fire apparatus from corrosion like what occurs from road salts, salt water air, and chemicals can take on a number of forms, from coatings to immersion processes and corrosion-resistant materials.
The vehicles for FLL provide a system output of 2,100 gpm, whereby the water and foam admixture can be simultaneously discharged.
The new TITAN 6×6 is the fourth E-ONE ARFF vehicle to be purchased for Fiji over the past 25 years.
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.