Fire Apparatus Walk-Around: 2013 E-ONE HP 100 Platform, Rockwall, TX


This E-ONE aerial serves as Ladder 2 with the Rockwall (TX) Fire Department. The cab is a Cyclone II model with a Sidestacker body. The cab and body are constructed of aluminum with roll-up and hinged compartment doors. The G4 Electronic Stability Control is part of the safety package on the truck.
The aerial is a 100-foot aluminum rear-mount with a 2,000-gpm waterway.  The platform is constructed of welded extruded aluminum with angled platform corners and dual monitors.  
The apparatus has a Hale QMAX 200-23 2,000-gpm midship pump and a 300-gallon polypropylene tank. The foam system is a FoamPro 2002 with a 20-gallon foam tank.  Quad crosslays include two 1¾-inch lines, one 2½-inch line and one 2½-inch dry lay.
It is powered by a 500-hp Cummins ISX engine and an Allison EVS 4000 transmission.  An Onan 10-kW generator is on board.  Storage for 16 SCBA bottles is located in the wheel wells.  The LED warning lights are by Whelen as are the lights in and around the rig.  The scene lights are Whelen PFP2 LEDs.  Audio warning devices include a bumper-mounted Q2B and a Whelen electronic siren module with two 100 watt speakers mounted through the front bumper.
Dealer:  Hall-Mark Fire Apparatus-Rowlett, TX
Randy Harley, Vice President-General Manager 
Article & Photos courtesy of Lindsay Dye.

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