WYOMING, MN and SIOUX FALLS, SD—Rosenbauer Motors features Hendrickson RoadMaax 35K on the newly introduced 100’ Viper SA (Single Axle).
“The drivability and handling of the Commander are best-in-class,” said Rich Schalter, CEO of Rosenbauer Motors. “We partner with Hendrickson to enhance the ride experience and suspension reliability. The RoadMaax suspension provides our new 100’ Viper SA with the driving stability our customers expect from the Commander chassis.”
Rosenbauer’s 100’ Viper SA will be on-display in April 2019 at the Fire Department Instructor’s Conference (FDIC) International in the Indiana Convention Center, Exhibit Hall J at booth 5200.
Also at FDIC will be Rosenbauer’s recently unveiled new CleanAir air scrubber. Using two distinct processes, a particulate filter and an activated charcoal filter are used to remove harmful toxins.
Fans pull the air into the CleanAir scrubber to remove the larger airborne debris, such as soot from fires and diesel exhaust, through the HEPA filter. Rosenbauer’s CleanAir second line of defense is an activated carbon filter. Adsorption takes place as the activated carbon chemical changes the gaseous contaminants. Activated carbon is most effective at removing volatile organic compounds such as Polycyclic Aeromatic Hydrocarbons (PAH).
“While on-scene crews are absorbing VOCs on their person. Those gasses and chemicals are now inside the cab as they return to quarters, off-gassing takes place, even if their gear is stored properly in sealed bags outside of the apparatus,” said Rich Schalter, CEO of Rosenbauer Motors. “Until crew members are able to shower and change clothes, they are carrying VOCs and PM. Our CleanAir scrubber will help reduce the carcinogens our firefighters are breathing and absorbing while in their apparatus.”
Rosenbauer will display its CleanAir scrubber in April 2019 at the Fire Department Instructor’s Conference (FDIC) International in the Indiana Convention Center, Exhibit Hall J at booth 5200.
For more information, visit www.rosenbaueramerica.com.