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Boston (MA) Fire Department 95-Foot Platform

CUSTOMER INFORMATION Truck Type: Aerials Dealer: Greenwood Emergency Vehicles Dealer Phone:  Email Address:  Shop Order: 142403 Body: Extruded aluminum Aerial:  Welded extruded aluminum ladder with 2.5 to 1 structural safety factor Chassis: Cyclone II Medium cab Engine:  Cummins ISX 12 Axle:  Tandem  

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Gallery: Richardson (TX) 2018 E-ONE Typhoon Aerial

Engine 2 began service with the Richardson (TX) Fire Department on June 12, 2018. It is built on an E-ONE Typhoon X cab and chassis and features a 12-inch split raised roof. Cab seating for six is provided along with an EMS cabinet installed on the back wall of the cab.

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2017 E-ONE Cyclone II Aerial

Truck 451 was placed into service with the University Park (TX) Fire Department in the spring of 2017.  The cab (raised roof) is the Cyclone II X medium model mounted on a Cyclone II chassis. 

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Top 5 Posts from “The Rig” in 2018

Enjoy looking back on the top five posts of 2018 from “The Rig.”   Miami-Dade (FL) Fire Rescue Department Taking Delivery of Six Clean Cab Concept Rescue-Pumpers The Rig: It’s the Little Things Gallery: Rigs on the Show Floor at ...

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Port Hardy (BC) Fire Rescue Chooses E-ONE HP78 eMAX Quint for Its Fleet

By Alan M. Petrillo After a study of high-rise structures in its fire protection district, Port Hardy (BC) Fire Rescue learned it had 18 four-story structures that didn’t allow full access to them as the department didn’t have an aerial ...

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Mississippi Fire Academy, Jackson, MS, Custom Pumper

Truck Type: Custom Pumper Dealer: Sunbelt Fire Dealer Phone: 800-642-8484 Ext. 103 Email Address: drhodes@sunbeltfire.com Shop Order: 141637 More Information: Body: Extruded aluminum Chassis:  Typhoon XL with 67.5″ CA Engine: Cummins L9 400-hp Tank: 740-gallon water and 40-gallon foam cell Axles: Single Pump: Hale Qtwo ...

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Technology Developments Propelling Fire Apparatus Into Future

By Alan M. Petrillo Fire apparatus are getting smarter, easier to operate, and safer for firefighters thanks largely to electronic technology being incorporated into the veins of the trucks. AXIS™ Smart Truck Technology is one such system that connects to various ...

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Industrial Apparatus Sizes Run from Large to Huge

By Alan M. Petrillo The design of industrial fire apparatus usually centers around one main attribute, that of putting maximum amounts of water through the rig to protect industrial facilities such as refineries, chemical plants, and other large manufacturing structures. ...

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