E-ONE delivers HR 100 ladder truck to NY fire department


E-ONE,  a subsidiary of REV Group, Inc., has recently announced the delivery of an E-ONE HR 100 ladder truck to the Auburn Fire Department in Auburn, N.Y.

To allow for ample equipment storage space, Auburn Fire Department chose a tandem axle, no-pump, no-tank design.

The body features full-height, full-depth compartments, and a large forward transverse compartment. A well-thought out assortment of roll-out trays, shelving and tool boards provides firefighters quick access to equipment and tools.

This truck also features several options to increase manoeuvrability including a raised lower rear body for additional ground clearance and 45-degree rear corners to reduce tail swing and to help navigate Auburn’s tight city streets.

Other key features of Auburn’s E-ONE HR-100 aerial include:

  • Cyclone long cab with roll-cage design
  • Barrier style cab doors with extended lower steps
  • Severe duty interior including cab dash, engine cover and door panels
  • Integral torque box chassis frame coated with zinc flame spray for enhanced corrosion protection
  • Extruded aluminium body with large forward transverse and full height/full depth compartments each side
  • HR 100 extruded aluminium aerial with 500 lb tip load (wet or dry)
  • Advanced Aerial Control System (AACS)
  • Monitor with wireless remote controls and pinnable to allow waterway to be set at the tip or end of section three for rescue operations
  • Narrow crisscross under-slung outriggers with only 12′ spread
  • Increased width ladder tunnel provides enclosed storage for 192′ of ground ladders including (2) 35′ two-section, (2) 28′ two-section and (2) 20′ roof ladders
  • 10 kW Harrison hydraulic generator with (2) cord reels
  • AXIS Smart Truck Technology

“The manoeuvrability and handling of the vehicle is impressive,” said Auburn Fire Chief Mark Fritz. “The 12′ outrigger spread allows us to operate in places we previously were unable to. Having the ability to carry a total of 225′ of ground ladders while keeping the overall length and wheelbase to a minimum was a requirement.

“E-ONE was able to accomplish this and still incorporate a large amount of compartmentation. Feedback from department personnel has been positive and we expect many years of service with this aerial.”

“The Auburn unit is an extension of the growing family of HR 100 aerial configurations,” said Joe Hedges, E-ONE Product Manager. “The tandem axle design with no pump or tank provides a large amount of equipment storage capacity.

“This unit also features our new increased width ladder tunnel option providing additional capacity for ground ladders.”

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