The order includes one Smeal 105-foot rear-mount ladder and one pumper-tanker.
For the past four years, the REV Group has acquired well respected names in the fire service including E-ONE, KME, and Ferrara, and in February, the company added the assets of Spartan, including Smeal and Ladder Tower Company.
Morrisville (NC) Fire Rescue 75-foot rear-mount aerial ladder quint. Spartan Gladiator LFD cab and chassis; Cummins X12 500-hp engine; and Hale Qmax 1,500-gpm pump.
Vincennes (IN) Township Fire Department 105-foot aerial ladder quint. Spartan/Smeal Sirius MFD cab and chassis; Cummins X12 500-hp engine; Waterous CSU 2,000-gpm pump; and UPF Poly 500-gallon water tank.
Today's Photo of the day is this 2019 Smeal built on a Spartan Gladiator cab and chassis.
The initial order includes six Spartan Star Series pumpers, five Smeal 100-foot rear-mount aerials, and one Smeal 100-foot midmount platform.
Hancock (NH) Fire Department pumper. Sirius II cab and chassis; Cummins L9 450-hp engine; Waterous CSC20 1,250-gpm pump; 1,000-gallon polypropylene water tank; 30-gallon foam cell.
The department’s apparatus purchasing committee looked at several manufacturers and went out to bid. Smeal was the one manufacturer that met all of the department’s specs.
The order calls for a 100-foot rear-mount Smeal platform and six custom pumpers.
The Smeal apparatus, built in Snyder, Nebraska, are equipped with formed aluminum bodies and hot-dipped galvanized frames, improving overall vehicle stability and corrosion resistance.