A new apparatus is more than a piece of equipment, it's a pillar of the community. Take a walk around the Buckhannon Fire Department's new Sutphen custom pumper with the Mayor of Buckhannon, Robbie Skinner, and Lieutenant Linn Baxa of the Buckhannon Fire Department....
Take a walk around the Durham Fire Department's new Engine This is one of seven identical Sutphens destined for the Bull City. These newly designed apparatus are equipped with a green initiative auxiliary power unit for idle reduction and more. Thank you Durham Fire...
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.
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.
The North Evans WASP Max is powered by a 330-hp 6.7-liter diesel engine; has Super Single wheels and tires and a suspension lift package; and has a 320-gallon water tank, a 25-gallon Class A foam tank, and a FoamPro 2001 foam system.
The Detroit Fire Department (DFD) has officially reached Darley Demander status, setting the pace for Departments making the switch to Darley pumps.
The Petoskey (MI) Fire Department took delivery of twin custom Sutphen pumpers built on Monarch cabs and chassis and featuring 1,500-gpm pumps and 750-gallon tanks.
The North Palm Beach (FL) Fire Department has taken delivery of this Sutphen Monarch 1,500/750 custom pumper.
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Shown are Sutphen rigs on scene and operating at a two-alarm fire in Kenosha, Wisconsin.