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 a global provider of emergency response vehicles, is proud to announce the new TITAN 4×4 Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting (ARFF) vehicle has met or exceeded expectations in all categories of third-party advanced product testing. In accordance with NFPA 414 (Standard for Aircraft Rescue and Fire-Fighting Vehicles), all newly-designed vehicles must undergo a series of (34) prototype tests followed by (13) operational tests for each production unit to validate compliance with industry recognized standards. Standardized test procedures as documented in NFPA 414 are followed to achieve repeatable results and prove the engineering design concepts. Cab Roof Strength Evaluation TITAN has passed all the required testing, a testament to the dedicated design and engineering teams at E-ONE The new E-ONE TITAN 4×4 ARFF underwent testing at the Navistar Proving Ground in New Carlisle, Indiana, which included dynamic stability, brake system, vehicle accelerated durability, as well as engine performance and cooling testing. Additional testing of the E-ONE TITAN 4×4 ARFF was completed at the Center for Advanced Product Evaluation (CAPE). This included cab crashworthiness testing as well as seats and seatbelt anchor testing. These tests were based on the requirements of the ECE-R29 (Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles with Regard to the Protection of the Occupants of the Cab of a Commercial Vehicle), SAE J2420 (COE Frontal Strength Evaluation), SAE J2422 (Cab Roof Strength Evaluation) and FMVSS 207/210. The E-ONE cab is widely recognized as the strongest in the industry, and in testing, the new TITAN passed the Cab Roof Strength Evaluation at twice the required loading of the front axle capacity. dedicated engineering teams “The fact that the new TITAN has passed all the required testing to date without issue, is a testament to the talented and dedicated design and engineering teams at E-ONE,” said Raff McDougall, Director of Engineering for E-ONE. The new E-ONE TITAN 4×4 passed testing in the following areas: Crashworthiness roof load (SAE 2422) which involved a 20 degree impact from the side at 13,000 pounds (5897 kilograms) of force and the roof load of 63,000 pounds (28576 kilograms) (twice the requirements) ECE-R29 (SAE2420) – frontal impact, higher energy requirement of ECE-R29 at 40,500 pounds (18370 kilograms) of force rather than the SAE standard FMVSS 207/210 – seat mounting and seat belt anchorage NFPA 414 Dynamic testing, NATO lane change, J-turn, 14-inch (35 centimeter) twist test and brake hill hold Turning circle of a 100-foot (30 meter) radius at 22 mph (35 kph) Electro-magnetic Interference Acceleration from 0 to 50 mph (80 kph) in 24.33 seconds Tilt testing at 34.5 degrees either direction Gradeability at 20 and 50 percent Brake testing per FMVSS 121 Engine application testing, Scania installation for performance and cooling Steering application, RH Sheppard application review Electro-magnetic Interference (EMI) testing Cab interior noise testing at 73.9 dBa average Cab forward visibility testing at 12 feet (3.6 meters), which means objects on the ground as close as 12 feet to the front of the truck can be seen by the driver Matt Reda, International ARFF Product Manager for E-ONE commented, “These tests represent a major commitment in time and investment for us but are absolutely necessary to ensure the safest and most reliable performance for our customers.” The new TITAN delivers on safety, performance and functional design — providing a product that allows E-ONE customers a more advanced way to respond.
E-ONE, a global provider of emergency response vehicles, is proud to introduce E-ONE’s new TITAN 4×4 Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting (ARFF) vehicle, as the first configuration in a completely new line of ARFF products. The new TITAN series has a striking aggressive stance with innovative styling features and offers good performance in several key measurable categories such as acceleration, braking, dynamic stability and pumping performance. electronic foam proportioning The E-ONE TITAN 4×4 provides more: POWER with an available industry leading 770 HP engine, providing 2,215 foot pounds of torque for greater acceleration CONTROL with a variable rate coil spring v-link suspension and 17 inch disc brakes as standard, coupled with dual calipers on each front wheel end. STORAGE with an unmatched total of 360 cubic feet including a full transverse compartment KNOCKDOWN with 3,000 gallon per minute pump, electronic foam proportioning with patented ECOLOGIC calibration system and multiple high flow turret configurations including the low attack high flow RHINO bumper turret PAYLOAD capacity with 1,585 gallons of water, 225 gallons of foam and 500 pounds of auxiliary agent SERVICEABILITY with a redesigned rear body providing ground level maintenance access from either side of the vehicle as well as from the spacious top deck OPTIONS with the TITAN 4×4 EXT, an industry leading 54-foot high reach extendable turret (HRET) ARFF market sector With a core focus on safety, performance, functional design and the ultimate goal of delivering product that allows our customers a more advanced way to respond, the TITAN provides more than ever before.“The new TITAN 4×4 is truly an amazing work, combining performance with robust firefighting systems in a revolutionary design not often seen on vehicles of this size,” said Matt Reda, E-ONE’s Global Product Manager. “The anticipation and customer response has already resulted in new orders. E-ONE is very proud of the teamwork and commitment that drove this project from recognition of worldwide customer demands to engineering conceptual designs and daily interaction with the program team. We are confident that the new TITAN offers technologies and functionality that, moving forward, will raise the expectations of buyers across the globe in the ARFF market sector.”