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AVP (PA) Purchases New Major Firefighting Vehicle

Avoca, PA (March 24, 2022) – The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport recently purchased a new major firefighting vehicle. The vehicle is a 2022 Airport Class IV Major Firefighting Vehicle from Emergency One, Inc., Ocala, Florida.  Delivery was made on March 18, 2022. The E-One “Titan” 4×4 is an all-wheel drive Airport Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) Vehicle with a 1,585 gallon ...

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E-ONE® Delivers Four Titan® Air Transportable ARFF Vehicles to Canada’s Department of National Defense

TITAN 4×4 Air Transportable ARFF vehicles

These four ARFF vehicles will be placed in service at military bases throughout Canada.

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E-ONE Delivers Nine Titan® 4×4 ARFFs To CORPAC S.A. in Peru

The nine TITAN ARFFs are going to airport locations throughout Peru. Locations include remote airports in areas of the Amazon rainforest such as Atalaya, Mazamari and Juanjui; in the Andes near Andahuaylas; along the coast to Nazca, Chimbote and Ilo; and near the gates of the Amazon to Jaen and Rioja.

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E-ONE Supplies U.S. Navy with Ecologic Testing Systems

  OCALA, FL—E-ONE, a subsidiary of REV Group and a manufacturer of fire apparatus, has initiated work with the U.S. Navy to provide patented ECOLOGIC® mobile cart foam test systems for use with its fleet of ARFF vehicles. Contracting with Darley Defense through the Tailored Logistics Support Program, this technology will allow the U.S. Navy to test its ARFF fleet’s ...

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E-ONE Delivers New Titan® 4×4 ARFF to Sault Ste. Marie Airport in Ontario, Canada

OCALA, FL—E-ONE, a subsidiary of REV Group and a manufacturer of fire apparatus, has announced the delivery of a new TITAN® 4×4 aircraft rescue and firefighting (ARFF) vehicle to the Sault Ste. Marie Airport in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada. This is the airport’s second E-ONE TITAN 4×4 ARFF vehicle. Features of the new Sault Ste. Marie 4×4 TITAN ARFF ...

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Advantages of High Reach Extendable Turrets on ARFF Rigs

 By Alan M. Petrillo A high reach extendable turret (HRET) on an aircraft rescue and firefighting (ARFF) truck offers a number of advantages to fire personnel in confronting fire situations, both on and off airport runways. These include greater accessibility to the fire, allowing different angles of attack, the ability to use a piercing nozzle, and a greater degree of ...

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Ocala (FL) Fire Rescue Welcomes New Aircraft Firefighting Apparatus

  OCALA, FL—Ocala (FL) Fire Rescue (OFR) welcomed a new aircraft rescue firefighting (ARFF) apparatus on December 14 during a “Push-In” ceremony. Elected officials, community members, and firefighters gathered at Fire Station No. 4 to witness as OFR welcomed ARFF1, the first vehicle of its kind manufactured by E-ONE. The ceremony included a brief address by Fire Chief Shane Alexander, ...

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E-ONE’s Local Fire Truck Christmas Ornaments to Benefit National Fallen Firefighters Foundation

  OCALA, FL—E-ONE announces the release of two new fire truck Christmas tree ornaments for 2018, including the first ornament depicting the Ocala International Airport’s own Aircraft Rescue Firefighting vehicle (ARFF). Net proceeds from the sale of the ornaments will benefit the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF). For the 2018 ornaments, E-ONE chose two fire trucks from the Ocala area, where E-ONE was ...

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Anatomy of an ARFF Truck

  By Alan M. Petrillo The anatomy of aircraft rescue and firefighting (ARFF) trucks, while similar in intent to municipal fire apparatus, have a number of major differences that affect how they look, their configuration, performance, and how they are used. In comparing an ARFF truck with a municipal fire pumper, the municipal pumper pulls up to a scene, hits ...

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ARFF Vehicles Having Greater Knockdown Power, Carrying Bigger Payloads

By Alan M. Petrillo Aircraft rescue and firefighting (ARFF) vehicles are putting on muscle, often carrying bigger payloads than ever before; having more compartment storage space; and sporting larger, more powerful pumps and engines. ARFF manufacturers have changed their rigs to help operators get to an incident quicker, have greater visibility at the scene, and be more precise in putting ...

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