E-ONE Delivers Two HR 100 Aerials to Omaha (NE) Fire Department

OCALA, FL—E-ONE, a subsidiary of REV Group and a manufacturer of fire apparatus, is pleased to announce the delivery of two E-ONE HR 100 aerials for the Omaha (NE) Fire Department.

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Key features of Omaha’s E-ONE HR 100 aerials include:

  • E-ONE Cyclone® cab with split raised roof, severe duty interior, and easy to clean vinyl seats.
  • Integral torque box chassis and Cummins X12 500-hp engine.
  • Heavy duty front bumper with full width tray and raised lid for extrication tools.
  • HR 100 extruded aluminum aerial with pinnable waterway to tip and 500-pound tip load (wet or dry).
  • Advanced aerial control system with color display featuring mission specific screens.
  • Narrow crisscross under-slung outriggers with only 11′ spread.
  • Extruded aluminum body with 10 compartments and hosebed for 300′ of 5″ aerial supply line
  • 8-kW hydraulic generator with 2 cord reels.
  • AXIS Smart Truck Technology.

“Having the privilege of meeting with Omaha Fire Department representatives early on about a new ladder, I believe they’ve made a really good choice for their city with the HR 100 single axle aerial due to its 100’ vertical and 92’ horizontal reach in a compact and maneuverable truck,” said Joe Hedges, E-ONE Product Manager.

Battalion Chief Scott Fitzpatrick of the Omaha Fire Department agrees with that assessment. “I had a chance to drive the new T21 and I can tell you that it drives great and looks even better. These trucks will be great to work from and will be a great asset for the OFD for many years to come!” 

For more on the E-ONE HR100, go to e-one-aerials.com

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