The rig's cab features a 10-inch raised roof and has seating for six firefighters, with two more jump seats at the ready.
The J. H. Ketcham Hose Company chose the E-ONE HR 100, featuring the advanced aerial control system, underslung jack spread of only 11 feet.
This quick-attack fire apparatus was recently purchased by the Tipton County (TN) Fire Department. It is built on a Ford F-550 XL crew cab chassis.
This "mini pumper built by Alexis Fire Equipment features a Ford F-750 four-door cab and chassis with seating for four (three SCBA seats).
Loudoun County (VA) Combined Fire and Rescue chose the Velocity cab and chassis for its new rescue to maximize storage space.
All frequently used valves were shifted to the left side of the panel and the ones not used as often were shifted down and out of the way.
The Royal Center (IN) Fire Department recently took delivery of this Alexis Fire Equipment pumper with 1,000-gallon tank built on a Freightliner cab and chassis.
Sutphen recently delivered this SP 70 midmount aerial platform to the Bethesda (OH) Fire Department.
This E-ONE HR 100 is one from an order for eight aerials by the Ottawa (Canada) Fire Departmennt.
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