DUBLIN, OHIO – Sutphen Corporation, the largest family-owned fire apparatus manufacturer in the nation, announces the launch of the Sutphen tractor drawn aerial. Adding to Sutphen’s expansive family of aerials, the 131-year-old, family-owned business...
Sutphen Corporation, the largest family-owned fire apparatus manufacturer in the nation, recently received a 13-fire apparatus order from Miami-Dade (FL) Fire Rescue. The recently ordered apparatus include seven custom pumpers, four SL 75 mid-mount aerial ladders; and...
Fire Apparatus & Emergency Equipment publishes a monthly list showing photos of about two dozen new apparatus deliveries. In the last three months, 66% of the deliveries featured roll-up compartment doors, 23% had hinged doors, and 11% had a combination of both.
Two longtime customers of Sutphen Corp., the Dearborn (MI) Fire Department and Clemson (SC) Fire and EMS, are running only Sutphen engines and aerials in their fire response fleets, and praise the family-owned company for its quality products and strong relationships with its customers.
Sutphen built this SPH 100 aerial platform quint for the LaVale (MD) Fire Department. The rig is powered by a Cummins 500-hp X12 engine and an Allison Gen 5 4000 EVS automatic transmission.
The size an OEM is not necessarily reflective of the quality of the apparatus manufactured, nor does the size of a local dealership indicate the expertise and knowledge of its vendor that knocks on your firehouse door.
Sutphen delivered this SL75 midmount aerial quint to the Grand Blanc (MI). It has a 500-gallon tank and 2,000-gpm pump.
The Statesville (NC) Fire Department has taken delivery of this Sutphen SPH 100 midmount aerial quint built on a Monarch cab and chassis.
The Detroit Fire Department (DFD) has officially reached Darley Demander status, setting the pace for Departments making the switch to Darley pumps.
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The Pahrump Valley quint has a Waterous 1,500-gpm side-mount pump, a 500-gallon polypropylene water tank, a 50-gallon foam tank, and a Waterous CAFS.
Shown are Sutphen rigs on scene and operating at a two-alarm fire in Kenosha, Wisconsin.