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E-ONE, a subsidiary of REV Group and a manufacturer of fire apparatus, announces the delivery of multiple new TITAN® 6X6 Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting (ARFF) vehicles to the Civil Aviation Authority of Taiwan R.O.C. The trucks will be deployed at multiple airports around the island country. Structural Fire Fighting System Top features of the new 6X6 TITAN ARFF vehicles include: E-ONE unique cab design manufactured from welded aluminum extrusion with 3/16-inch (4.76 mm) plate, exceeding ECE R-29 safety standards Scania 566 Kw (770 HP) Engine delivering 2483 Nm of Gross Torque at 2100 rpm. Hale 11,355 lpm (3,000 gpm) Single Stage Centrifugal Pump 12,000 liter (3170 gallon) water / 1680 liter (445 gallon) Class B foam tank Structural Fire Fighting System driver side pump panel (8) Large Side Compartments w/ 9.0 Cubic Meters (320 Cubic Feet) of useable storage Akron StreamMaster II Dual Flow 6000 lpm (1500 gpm) / 3000 lpm (750 gpm) Roof Turret Akron StreamMaster II Single Flow 1,135 lpm (300 gpm) Bumper Turret Outstanding After Sales Service Support “E-ONE is excited to deliver the new TITAN 6X6 ARFF vehicles to the Civil Aviation Authority. These units are part of an ongoing effort by the Civil Aviation Authority to upgrade and replace the aging fleet of (27) TITAN vehicles delivered over 20 years ago,” said Matt Reda, ARFF Product Manager for E-ONE. “We are honored that the Civil Aviation Authority has continued to trust E-ONE and the outstanding after sales service support provided by our local representative for the critical mission of protecting lives and property.”
E-ONE, a subsidiary of REV Group and a globally renowned manufacturer of fire apparatus, announces the delivery of a new TITAN 6×6 Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting (ARFF) vehicle to Tuscaloosa Fire Rescue for use at the Tuscaloosa National Airport in Alabama. E-ONE TITAN 6×6 ARFF vehicle The Tuscaloosa TITAN 6×6 is equipped with a 65’ high reach extendable turret (HRET) to provide greater accessibility to the fire and a greater degree of safety for the crew and the vehicle, allowing various angles of attack, and the ability to use a piercing nozzle. The Tuscaloosa TITAN 6×6 is equipped with a 65’ high reach extendable turret Key features include: Scania DC16 770 hp engine Twin Disc transmission with torque converter Rear steer axle Hale 8FGR water pump 3000 gallon water / 445 gallon class B foam tank 500 pound dry chemical vessel Dual agent reel with 100′ of twin 1″ hose Rhino low attack bumper turret with AkroChem nozzle – 375 gpm low flow / 750 gpm high flow 65′ High Reach Extendable Turret with AkroChem nozzle and Penetrating Spike Bedded/stowed flows – 750 gpm low flow / 1500 gpm high flow Elevated flows – 500 gpm low flow / 1000 gpm high flow Piercing nozzle with 250 gpm flow rate Harrison 10kw hydraulic generator FRC Spectra Two (2) 110V 240 watt LED quartz lights on extendable telescoping poles Orlaco thermal imaging camera Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting vehicles We are excited to add the new E-ONE TITAN 6×6 ARFF apparatus to our fleet" Delivery of the new TITAN ARFF to the Tuscaloosa National Airport was made in preparation for the college football season where teams and fans fly in and out each week, including the University of Alabama home team. “We are excited to add the new E-ONE TITAN 6×6 ARFF apparatus to our fleet,” said Chief Randy Smith of Tuscaloosa Fire Rescue. “The Tuscaloosa National Airport maintains an A Index, handling small aircraft and routinely large cargo aircraft. As the home of the University of Alabama, our busiest time is during football season, when teams are flying in and out weekly for games. The addition of our new state-of-the-art ARFF unit, decked out with the crimson “A” in support of our home team, will allow us to seamlessly transition to a C Index as needed.” TITAN EXT with the high reach extendable turret The TITAN ARFF 6X6 was delivered just prior to kickoff of the current football season. “We are excited to put in service the TITAN EXT with the high reach extendable turret for Tuscaloosa National Airport. It was a true team effort to meet the critical deadline for football season, allowing this airport to maintain its index with the additional benefit of protecting large body cargo aircraft,” said Matt Reda, International ARFF Product Manager for E-ONE.
E-ONE, a subsidiary of REV Group and globally renowned manufacturer of fire apparatus and equipment, has announced the delivery of nine (9) new TITAN 4×4 Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting (ARFF) vehicles to the Peruvian Corporation of Airports and Commercial Aviation (CORPAC S.A.). Key features: 700 HP Scania engine with Twin Disc Transmission Hale pump rated at 3,000 gallons per minute 6,000 liter (1,585 gallon) water tank 852 liter (225 gallon) class B foam concentrate tank 250 kg (500 lbs) dry chemical system Weldon V-Mux Electrical system, with touch screen interface in cab. Vista display screen at the pump control panel. Fire Research Corporation AUTOFOAM SC around-the-pump class B foam system Hannay swing-out style dual agent discharge reel Structural firefighting capabilities Akron dual agent roof turret capable of discharging up to 1,200 gpm Akron bumper turret capable of discharging 300 gpm NFPA 414 compliance Radio communications and ATC services The nine TITAN ARFFs are going to airport locations throughout Peru The Peruvian Corporation of Commercial Airports and Aviation Inc. (CORPAC), as part of the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MTC), provides air navigation, control tower, radio communications and air traffic control services at all airports in Peru, and also operates the ground side of the airports, terminals, runways and fire stations at more than 30 airports and airfields throughout the country. 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. TITAN 4×4 ARFF vehicles “As E-ONE’s exclusive dealer in Peru, AASACI has placed and maintained in optimal condition the largest fleet of ARFFs in the territory,” said Victor Ruiz-Caro, of AASACI. “We are proud to incorporate nine more TITAN units to make a total of 44 E-ONE TITAN ARFFs in the last 19 years distributed nationwide. These are part of more than 70 E-ONE fire and rescue trucks delivered to different refineries, mines and fire municipal companies in Peru.” “E-ONE is excited to deliver these, new generation, state-of-the-art TITAN 4×4 ARFF vehicles to CORPAC, in Peru,” said Joel Allen, Director of International Sales for E-ONE. “CORPAC first ordered E-ONE TITANs in 2000 and we are honored that over 19 years later they continue to trust E-ONE for their Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting (ARFF) vehicle needs.”