The next step in the evolution of the Ahrens-Fox WUI, Wildland Urban Interface – the AF-WUI2, headed for service with the Salem Township Fire Department, in Salem, Michigan. Released to the industry in 2018, the AF-WUI offered departments with mixed environments the perfect balance of Type-1 Interface functionality and Type-3 capability. A high-clearance 4×4 chassis,...
This HME Ahrens-Fox 2,000-gallon pumper-tanker is headed for Lewis County Fire District #3 in Mossyrock, Washington. This stainless steel pumper-tanker is built on a custom HME Ahrens-Fox SFO Chassis with a 370-hp drive train.
HME Ahrens-Fox engineers and designers worked with Cal OES to develop an enhanced version of the traditional Type 6 Wildland apparatus with the capability to deliver additional fire suppression, more equipment storage capacity, and specialized power extraction and rescue tools.
A collection of recent fire apparatus deliveries for July 2019.
Apparatus manufacturers are turning out both custom engines and tried-and-true designs for fire agencies around the country, responding to those departments’ particular needs.
A collection of recent fire apparatus deliveries for June 2019.
The Ahrens-Fox stainless steel centrifugal pumps introduce a new level of corrosion-resistant durability and performance.
Fire apparatus makers have introduced a number of new and redesigned models of aerial ladders and platforms with the aim of improving the ease of use and safety of their rigs as well as wringing out a little extra working length on the aerials.
The purpose-built structure will serve as headquarters for the company’s heavy truck parts distribution business.
From east to west and north to south, fire departments are having manufacturers build smaller units that are carrying larger pumps and performing many functions that typically are done with Type 1 pumpers.