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.
Parmeziani is an 11-year veteran of the company with 36 years of experience in manufacturing and engineering. He most recently served the company as vice president and chief operating officer.
Hudson (NH) Fire Department 100-foot 500 Force rear-mount aerial ladder. Marauder stainless steel full-tilt cab and chassis; Cummins X12 500-hp engine.
Engine 43 is in service with the Browndale (PA) Fire Department. It was purchased by the department from McKinley Fire Company, Abington Township, Pennsylvania.
The episode featuring Seagrave will air on national cable channels and local network affiliates across the country.
The Huntersville (NC) recently took delivery of this 2019 Seagrave Aerialscope. Check out this video walkaround.
Potomac Heights Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad Inc., Indian Head, MD, walk-in specialist rescue unit. Attacker stainless steel split tilt cab and chassis; Cummins X12 500-hp engine; 26-foot stainless steel walk-in rescue body with rear double doors
Long Beach (CA) Fire Department pumper. Capitol stainless steel cab and chassis; Cummins X12 500-hp engine; Waterous CMU 1,500-gpm two-stage pump; stainless steel fire body; 500-gallon polypropylene water tank.
A horse-drawn 1904 Metropolitan Extra First Class Steam Fire Engine manufactured by the American Steam Fire Engine Company of Seneca Falls, New York, was an unexpected find during a stop at the downtown Eureka, California, fire station.
This rig is a 2002 Seagrave pumper. Originally in service with the Hawthorne (NJ) Volunteer Fire Department as Engine 3. The rig, featuring a 2,000-gpm pump, 500-gallon tank, and 40-gallon foam cell is now in service with the Passaic (NJ) Fire Department as Engine 5. Photo by Chris “Doc” Denton. << JULY 24, 2019, PHOTO...