E-ONE’s Truck Talk: Daytona Beach (FL) Fire Department Typhoon Pumpers

To help protect the World’s Most Famous Beach, the Daytona Beach Fire Department chose two E-ONE custom Typhoon pumpers, completing its fleet with a total of six.

Key features of Daytona Beach Fire Department’s E-ONE Custom Pumpers include:

  • Typhoon™ cabs with 12″ vista roofs, severe duty interiors and dark tint glass
  • Galvanized and powder coated frames for corrosion resistance
  • 188″ wheelbases with 18,000 lb front axles and 27,000 lb rear axles
  • Cummins 450-hp L9 engines with Allison EVS 3000 transmissions
  • Extruded aluminum rescue pumper bodies with full-height compartments and ROM roller shutter doors
  • Enclosed ladder tunnels for 24′, 14′ and 10′ ladders and pike poles and pry bar
  • Wide upper roof-top compartments for additional storage space
  • Waterous 1,250-gpm pumps with 780-gallon tanks (750 water/30 foam)
  • V-MUX electrical systems with driver and officer color displays; integrated A/C controls; integrated tire pressure monitoring; and left, right, and rear cameras
  • Whelen LED warning and scene lighting
  • AXIS® Smart Truck Technology

For more information, visit e-one.com.

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