The Pumpkin Center Volunteer Fire Department was awarded a Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) grant to purchase a new pumper-tanker to replace an old pumper-tanker that it had acquired from the Missouri Department of Conservation.
E-ONE delivered this pumper built on a Freightliner cab and chassis to the Inverness (FL) Fire Department.
Montgomery ESD 10, Magnolia, TX, tanker. Inferno cab and chassis; Cummins X15 565-hp engine; Hale Qmax 2,000-gpm pump; 3,300-gallon polypropylene water tank; and Whelen lighting package.
Houston (TX) Fire Department 100-foot aerial platform. Gladiator cab and chassis; and Cummins X15 600-hp engine.
After securing a $1 million funding grant, Ameren Missouri sat down with the fire department and developed a design for a specialized pumper that could better handle fires in the utility company's underground electrical vaults.
Each unit carries basic life support and medical equipment and a set of hydraulic extrication tools. The trucks also have 300-gallon water tanks, pumps, and hose reels.
The Daytona Beach Fire Department has an all E-ONE pumper fleet with the addition of these two Typhoon pumpers.
The Apalachin (NY) Fire District has taken delivery of this 1,500/1,000 pumper on a Monarch cab and chassis.
Custom Fab & Body recently delivered this 500/2,000 tanker to the Union City (MI) Volunteer Fire Department. The rig represents the first ne fire truck the department has purchased since 1991.
The Albany (NY) Fire Department has taken delivery of this Rescue 1 heavy rescue built on a Spartan Metro Star cab and chassis.