Rosenbauer built this length-restricted custom pumper for the Franklin-Bingham (MI) Fire Department on a Commander chassis and cab with seating for four firefighters.
Rochester's pumper consists of a welded stainless steel body that is integrated into a Spartan Metro Star LFD chassis and also features a 10-inch raised roof cab.
The Concord (NC) Fire Department has brought home twin 750-gallon Pierce Enforcer pumpers featuring exterior ladder storage including a 24-foot extension ladder and a 14-foot roof ladder.
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.
The apparatus is constructed of standard aluminum with side roll and frontal impact protection. Full-depth compartments and AMDOR roll-up doors are featured.
Occasionally a purchasing specification today may still contain the sentence “The purchaser will only accept pricing for a bidder’s top-of-the-line apparatus.” It is probably a remnant of an in-house fire-department-generated specification. It has no quantifiable value, and it may not be easily proven.
this heavy rescue by SVI is built on a Spartan cab and chassis and is powered by a 505-hp Cummins engine.
This Alexis Fire Equipment pumper was built on a Spartan Metro Star MFD with 10-inch raised roof for the Town & Country Fire Department in Horseheads, New York.
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.
The second day of educational sessions at the Fire Department Safety Officers Association (FDSOA) Conference in the Scottsdale Plaza Resort in Scottsdale, AZ, featured presentations apparatus contamination and control, pump control layouts, aerial needs assessment for communities, fire apparatus weight management, and fleet liability concerning out of service criteria, among others.