REV Group (NYSE: REVG), a manufacturer of industry-leading specialty vehicle brands, has launched an enhanced suite of options for E-ONE, KME, and Ferrara fire trucks, designed to help mitigate contaminants brought inside the cab and to promote a better environment for firefighters.
With more than 14 years of prior experience in fire apparatus sales and as a dealer, Virnig brings a wealth of experience and knowledge of the fire industry to this position
The bracket lowers risk of tipping, denting, leaking, and puncturing inside the compartment and keeps your supplies easy to locate.
The digital gauge display replaces traditional gauges and indicators with digital screens designed to provide a driver with the most pertinent information at a glance.
Mt. Pleasant Township Volunteer Fire Department, Hickory, PA, HD77 heavy-duty aerial ladder quint. Cinder cab and chassis; Cummins ISL9 450-hp engine; Hale Qmax 1,500-gpm pump; 500-gallon polypropylene tank.
Newton (MA) Fire Department pumper. Typhoon cab and chassis; Cummins ISL 450-hp engine; Hale Qflo 1,250-gpm pump; UPF Poly 750-gallon tank.
Golder Ranch (AZ) Fire District pumper. Panther cab and chassis; Cummins ISL9 450-hp engine; UPF Poly 750-gallon tank; 25-gallon foam cell; Waterous CXS 1,500-gpm pump.
These new rescues will replace the five existing Ferrara units purchased in 2010.
Wayne (NY) Fire District MVP rescue-pumper. Cinder cab and chassis; Cummins ISL9 450-hp engine; Hale Qmax 2,000-gpm pump; 1,000-gallon polypropylene tank.
St. Lucie Fire Department, Port St. Lucie, FL, pumper. Typhoon cab and chassis; Cummins L9 380-hp engine; E-ONE eMAX 1,500-gpm pump