It can be configured to store the department's PPE, hose, SCBA, and bags in a variety of configurations.
Snohomish County (WA) Fire District 7 chose a 20-foot aluminum SVI body mounted on a 20-inch raised-roof Spartan Gladiator LFD chassis for its new technical rescue vehicle.
The Clover Township (IL) Fire Protection District has taken delivery of this custom heavy rescue built by Alexis Fire Equipment on a Spartan Metro Star cab and chassis.
No firefighters were injured in a crash during a separate tractor-trailer fire on I-85 in Rowan County.
As seen at the REV Fire Group Apparatus Conference & Expo, the Bullhead City (AZ) Fire Department chose five E-ONE Typhoon pumpers to update its current fleet.
To standardize the fleet, the compartments were designed to store tools similar to their other apparatus. A multi-camera system was added to the Sky-Boom for more accuracy and quicker deployment.
Many of the compartments were designed with EMS in mind and include pegboards for organized storage.
When specing its new Type 3 wildland engine, the Hudson (CO) Fire Protection District chose an eight-foot aluminum SVI body mounted on a Freightliner 108SD chassis.
Join Chris Mc Loone as he "unboxes" Sutphen aerials set to be delivered: the SPH 100 and SL 100. While the rigs are very similar, there are also many features that make each unique.
The Deptford Township (NJ) Fire District recently took delivery of this E-ONE 95-foot midmount platform quint.