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E-One Fire Trucks
Headquarters,
US
Productsemergency services vehicles
Number of employees
900
ParentREV Group
Websitee-one.com
E-One fire engine in action. Huachuca City, Arizona, 2010.
E-One fire engine in action. Huachuca City, Arizona, 2010.

E-One Fire Trucks Inc is an emergency services manufacturer and marketer based in Ocala, Florida.

History

Founded in 1974 as Emergency-One, E-One has a staff of roughly 900 in four plants in the United States.

E-One was acquired by Federal Signal Corporation, a diversified, billion-dollar Oak Brook, Ill., enterprise in 1979. In 1992, Federal Signal purchased Canadian fire apparatus builder Superior Emergency Equipment and in 1998 bought Saulsbury Fire Equipment of Preble, New York. E-One has sold more than 25,000 vehicles worldwide. In 2004, E-One announced the closure of the Saulsbury plant. Superior Emergency Equipment was renamed E-One Canada in 2003, then the plant was closed and all operations were move to Ocala, FL in 2006.

E-One was put up for sale on March 1, 2008 by its parent company, Federal Signal Corporation. On August 5, 2008 American Industrial Partners Capital Fund IV, L.P. (AIP) announced the purchase of E-One, and in 2010 combined with Fleetwood Enterprises, Collins Industries and Halcore Group to form Allied Specialty Vehicles.[1] Allied Specialty Vehicles changed its name to REV Group on November 1, 2015.

Customers include some of the largest cities in the US, including the fire departments in Boston, Chicago and formerly New York City.

Products

Custom Chassis

E-One produces many of their vehicles with custom cabs branded as the Cyclone II, Typhoon and Quest. The Quest cab debuted in April 2007 at the Fire Department Instructor's Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana. A new Typhoon cab was released at FDIC 2019.[2]

  • Cyclone II - 1997 to present [3]
  • Typhoon - 2002 to present [4]
  • Quest - 2007 to present [5]
  • HS (Rear-Engine) - Available in Cyclone II, Typhoon, or Quest cab specifications (2015 to present)[6]

Aerial ladders

  • 50' Teleboom - A 50' telescoping boom, 750 gallon tank [7]
  • HP 75 - 75' rear mount ladder [8]
  • HP 100 - 100' rear mount ladder [9]
  • HM 100 - 100' rear mount ladder [10]
  • CR 100 - 100' rear mount ladder [11]
  • HPS 105 - 105' rear mount steel ladder (First steel ladder truck by E-One)[12]
  • HM 110 - 110' rear mount ladder [13]
  • CR 137 - 137' rear mount ladder (Tallest aerial ladder made by a North American manufacturer)[14]
  • Super Tiller - 100' tillered aerial ladder [15]
  • Metro - Single rear axle rear mount ladder (Available with HM 100, HM 110, and LTH 100 aerial devices)[16]
  • 100’+ single rear axle rear mount Quint ladder (Available with HM 100, HM 110, and LTH 100 aerial devices. Available with pump and up to 500 gallons of water[17]

Aerial platforms

  • 95 Platform - 95' rear mount platform [18]
  • HP 95 Mid-Mount Platform - 95' mid-mount platform [19]
  • HP 100 Platform - 100' rear mount aluminum platform [20]
  • HPS 100 Platform - 100' rear-mount steel platform

HPS 105 Platform -105' Rear-Mount Platform

  • Bronto - Articulating Rescue Ladder Platform (Available in 100', 114', 116', and 134' configurations)[21]

Airport

Pumpers

  • Custom Pumper - E-One manufactured cab, chassis and body in stainless steel or aluminum construction with a variety of storage options. Available with a range of cab door and length options.[23]
  • Commercial Pumper - Commercial truck chassis with body of stainless steel or aluminum construction. Available with a variety of pump mounting and storage options.[24]

Options

  • Top Mount pump controls (open or enclosed)
  • Side Mount pump controls (open or in a compartment)
  • Rear Mount pump controls (open or in a compartment)
  • Two door
  • Four door
  • Four cab lengths – 44.5”, 58”, 67.5” or 80”
  • Three vista roof heights – 12” 16” or 20”
  • Seating for up to 10 (length dependent)

eMAX

  • eMAX Aerials - Offered with HP 75, HP 78 or HP 100 ladder designs [25]
  • eMAX Custom Pumper - Pumps up to 1500 gallons per minute [26]
  • eMAX Commercial Pumper - Up to 605 cubic feet of storage [27]
  • eMAX Urban Interface - Up to 340 cubic feet of storage [28]

Rescue

  • Non Walk-In [29]
  • Walk-In - Open body interior with exterior compartments [30]
  • Light Rescues - Optional 7-door layout and the 9-door configuration available[31]
Westchester Fire Department - Westchester, Illinois
Westchester Fire Department - Westchester, Illinois

Tankers

  • Custom Tanker - Available in both 3/16” extruded aluminum and stainless steel bodies [32]
  • Commercial Tanker - Available on two- or four-door Freightliner®, International® or Kenworth® chassis [33]
  • Water Master Vacuum Tanker - Can be filled at up to 2000 gallons per minute without a class A pumper [34]

Quick response

  • Lynx - Ford F-550, 500 gallons per minute, 250 gallon water tank.
  • Super Lynx - Ford F-550, Freightliner and International 4x4 chassis quick attack pumper with a large capacity pump to handle multiple hose.
  • Super Lynx PR - Ford F-550 model 4x2 low profile or 4x4 Freightliner and International chassis.
  • Quick Attack Puma - A heavy-duty Freightliner or International 4x2 and 4x4 drive compact quick attack pumper.

Discontinued series

  • Hush (Mid-Engine) - Available in Cyclone II, Typhoon, or Quest cab specifications (1999 - 2015) (Discontinued in favour of HS)
  • Cyclone TC - Redesigned and reintroduced as the Cyclone II in 1997
  • Protector - Discontinued in favor of the Typhoon in 2002
  • Hurricane - Discontinued in 2007
  • Hush (Rear-Engine) - Discontinued in 1999

External links

References

  1. ^ "Press Release". American Industrial Partners. August 24, 2010. Archived from the original on 1 June 2015.
  2. ^ "E-One Typhoon Release". e-one. e-one. Retrieved 25 June 2019.
  3. ^ "E-One Cyclone II product page". E-One.
  4. ^ "Typhoon product page". E-One.
  5. ^ "THE QUEST - E-ONE". E-ONE. Retrieved 2016-10-18.
  6. ^ "HS CHASSIS - E-ONE". E-ONE. Retrieved 2016-10-18.
  7. ^ "50' Mid-Mount Teleboom". E-One.
  8. ^ "HP 75 product page". E-One.
  9. ^ "HP 100 product page". E-One.
  10. ^ "HM 100 / 110 product page". E-One.
  11. ^ "CR 100 product page". E-One.
  12. ^ "HPS 105 LADDER - E-ONE". E-ONE. Retrieved 2016-10-18.
  13. ^ "HM 110 product page". E-One.
  14. ^ "CR 137 - E-ONE". E-ONE. Retrieved 2016-10-18.
  15. ^ "Super Tiller product placement". E-One.
  16. ^ "METRO 100 - E-ONE". E-ONE. Retrieved 2016-10-18.
  17. ^ "Aerial Ladders - E-ONE". E-ONE. Retrieved 2016-10-18.
  18. ^ "HP-95 Platform product page". E-One.
  19. ^ "HP 95 Mid-Mount Platform product page". E-One.
  20. ^ "HP 100 Platform". E-One.
  21. ^ "BRONTO - E-ONE". E-ONE.
  22. ^ "E-ONE Airport Fire Rescue Vehicles and ARRF Fire Trucks". E-ONE. Retrieved 2016-10-18.
  23. ^ "CUSTOM PUMPER - E-ONE". E-ONE. Retrieved 2016-10-18.
  24. ^ "COMMERCIAL PUMPER - E-ONE". E-ONE. Retrieved 2016-10-18.
  25. ^ "E-ONE Emergency Vehicle Products". E-ONE. Retrieved 2016-10-18.
  26. ^ "eMAX CUSTOM PUMPER - E-ONE". E-ONE. Retrieved 2016-10-18.
  27. ^ "eMAX COMMERCIAL PUMPER - E-ONE". E-ONE. Retrieved 2016-10-18.
  28. ^ "eMAX URBAN INTERFACE - E-ONE". E-ONE. Retrieved 2016-10-18.
  29. ^ "Non Walk-In product page". E-One.
  30. ^ "Walk-In product page". E-One.
  31. ^ "LIGHT RESCUES - E-ONE". E-ONE. Retrieved 2016-10-18.
  32. ^ "CUSTOM TANKER - E-ONE". E-ONE. Retrieved 2016-10-18.
  33. ^ "COMMERCIAL TANKER - E-ONE". E-ONE. Retrieved 2016-10-18.
  34. ^ "WATER MASTER VACUUM TANKER - E-ONE". E-ONE. Retrieved 2016-10-18.
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