E-ONE delivered both units to the Department of National Defense Canada.
The Daytona Beach Fire Department has an all E-ONE pumper fleet with the addition of these two Typhoon pumpers.
The Greater Orlando (FL) Airport Authority has taken delivery of this E-ONE 2,000/1,000 pumper built on a typhoon cab and chassis.
With the recent addition of these two pumpers, Daytona Beach now has an all E-ONE fleet.
The Decatur Township (IN) Fire Department has taken delivery of this E-ONE Typhoon 2,000/500 top-mount pumper.
City Hook & Ladder, Lewistown, PA, rescue-pumper. Typhoon cab and chassis; Cummins L9 450-hp engine; Hale Qmax 1,500-gpm pump; and UPF Poly 530-gallon water tank.
The E-ONE Typhoon was selected because of its cab safety and accessibility to pump, plumbing, and chassis components.
According to the department, the top-mount pumper brings the fleet up to date.
According to department representatives, the two new rigs will get the department closer to where it needs to be with its replacement plan.
As seen at the REV Fire Group Apparatus Conference & Expo, the Bullhead City (AZ) Fire Department chose five E-ONE Typhoon pumpers to update its current fleet.