When specing its new heavy rescue, the Austin (TX) Fire Department chose a 22-foot aluminum SVI body mounted on a 20-inch raised-roof Spartan Gladiator chassis.
Shermans Dale (PA) Community Fire Company pumper. Severe Service cab and chassis; Cummins X15 565-hp engine; Darley LDM 1,000-gpm pump; and 725-gallon polypropylene water tank.
The White Plains (NY) Fire Department chose a Spartan Gladiator EMFD powered by a Cummins X15 505-hp engine for its SVI heavy rescue truck.
This truck features the newest configuration of a Bronto Skylift in North America, the F135RLX, featuring 135 feet of vertical reach.
This heavy rescue with SVI body is built on a Spartan Gladiator cab and chassis. the walk-in rig has a 22-foot aluminum body.
The initial order includes six Spartan Star Series pumpers, five Smeal 100-foot rear-mount aerials, and one Smeal 100-foot midmount platform.
Multiple rescue capabilities include carrying rope rescue equipment, Paratech air bags for some collapse situations, an array of Genesis hydraulic rescue tools, ladders, multiple types of saws, support tools for confined space entry, a portable breathing air unit, and hazmat equipment.