The end result is a Sutphen SPH 100 foot aerial platform built on a Sutphen Monarch heavy duty custom chassis with a 62-inch extended four-door flat-roof cab.
Kussmaul and Sutphen Team Up to Offer Freedom eGen Alternative Power Solutions for Fire Trucks
When the Clinton Township (OH) Fire Department chief approached Sutphen with a unique request for the department’s new apparatus, the manufacturer reached out to Kussmaul to help design a system that would fit the requirements.
1938 Darley Returns to Conway (PA) Volunteer Fire Department 50 Years Later
Conway Volunteer Fire Department received a 1938 Darley, a fire engine it once owned 50 years ago, Sunday after it was donated back to Conway from Satellite Beach (FL) Fire Department.
Opelika (AL) Fire Department Gets Sutphen SL 100 Aerial-Ladder Quint
Sutphen Corp. has delivered a SL 100 aerial ladder quint to Opelika (AL) Fire Department that will replace a 25-year old rear-mount aerial platform, which will be held in reserve.
Ohio Fire Department Keeps Fleet All Sutphen with New Aerial
Its fleet consists of an engine, a rescue-pumper, an aerial ladder platform, and three advanced life support (ALS) ambulances, with the fire suppression rigs all built by Sutphen Corp.
La Junta (CO)’s New Quint Proves Value at Massive Feed Store Fire
La Junta (CO) Fire and EMS recently received a new Sutphen SP 70 aerial platform quint to replace a nearly-20-year old straight stick aerial, and the new Sutphen quickly proved its value at the scene of a massive feed store structure fire.
Darley Launches New Unmanned Systems, Metaverse & Robotics Division Aimed at Three Main Markets
W.S. Darley & Company has launched a new technology division that will encompass all of the company’s current drone, virtual reality, and training programs, while expanding to meet emerging customer needs in the unmanned systems market. The new entity is called the Unmanned Systems, Metaverse & Robotics (USMR) Division.
Darley Wildland Pumps Power Progressive Hoselays in Wildland Applications
For decades Darley PTO (power takeoff) pumps have been used in wildland firefighting by many state and federal agencies to eliminate the need for booster pumps in wildland firefighting scenarios. These PTO pumps are most notably used in Type 3 vehicles, in many cases eliminating or at minimum lessening, the necessity for wildland firefighters to hump booster pumps up steep terrain commonly found in the areas where wildland fires are prevalent.
Harwich (MA) Fire Department Gets New Sutphen SL 100 Aerial Ladder Quint
The Harwich (MA) Fire Department has taken delivery on a new Sutphen SL 100 aerial ladder quint that replaces an engine and an aerial ladder.
Sutphen Delivers SL 75 Aerial Ladder Quint to Cicero (NY) Fire Department
By Alan M. Petrillo Sutphen Corporation has delivered an SL 75 aerial ladder quint to the Cicero Fire Department, making the rig the second Sutphen aerial in the department's fleet. Philip Vander Molen, owner and president of Vander Molen Fire Apparatus Sales and...
Sutphen Delivers SLR 75 Aerial Ladder to East Haddam (CT) Fire Department
By Alan M. Petrillo East Haddam Fire Department has taken delivery of a SLR 75 aerial ladder built by Sutphen Corp., the first new aerial device in the department's fleet. Brian Auld, East Haddam's chief, says the SLR 75 replaces a 1997 Maxim aerial ladder that had...
Shipshewana (IN) Fire Department Takes Delivery of Sutphen SPH 100 Aerial Platform
By Alan M. Petrillo The Shipshewana (IN) Fire Department needed to replace a 1990 Sutphen mid-mount aerial platform that was at the end of its useful life, and continued to have the preference of a platform vs. a straight stick. Shipshewana's truck committee liked the...