Community spread, social distancing, “wear face masks,” “don’t wear face masks,” reopening stages, second wave, and all of the other phrases that we have been constantly bombarded with since the late winter/early spring—how do they affect our rural fire department operations as we move into the 2020 wildland fire season?
The custom compartments throughout the apparatus allow for a large variety of equipment to be stored for different deployments.
This E-ONE HP 100 platform features elements of the Clean Cab Concept.
The R.S.P.&E. Fire Protection District in Roseville, Illinois, has taken delivery of a top-mount "Equalizer" pumper manufactured by Alexis Fire Equipment.
The Honolulu (HI) Fire Department chose the 16′ aluminum SVI body with each mounted on a 20″ raised-roof Spartan Metro Star chassis housing a Cummins X-15 565-hp engine.
Photographer Steve Redick recently shared these photos of retired Chicago (IL) Fire Department rigs.
This video features a 3,500-gallon tandem tanker purchased by the Arlington (MN) Fire Department and built by CustomFIRE.
The Hoopeston (IL) Fire Department recently took delivery of this 1,500/1,000 top-mount pumper built on an International cab and chassis.
This pump-and-roll rescue pumper comes with a 2,000-gpm Hale ESP Pump with SAM System Controls, 750-gallon polypropylene water tank, Hale SmartFOAM System, and more.
One upgrade is the hose reel on the front bumper which offers quick deployment at major vehicle accidents.