Emergency One Fire Apparatus

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Emergency One Fire Apparatus

For those of you firefighters who think the best Fire Apparatus all around hands down are built in Ocala,FL

Website: http://emergencyone.com
Location: Veazie,ME
Members: 19
Latest Activity: May 27, 2013

Emergency One Fire Apparatus 1974-2008

E-ONE is a worldwide designer, manufacturer and marketer of fire rescue vehicles with more than 23,000 vehicles in operation around the world. Headquartered in Ocala, Florida, E-ONE is the industry leader in product innovations, new technologies and exceeding customer expectations.

E-ONE manufactures custom and commercial pumpers and tankers, aerial ladders and platforms, rescues of all sizes, quick attack units, industrial trucks, and aircraft rescue firefighting vehicles to meet the needs of fire departments, rescue/EMS squads, airports and Homeland Security agencies.

Just as important as the full product line is the fact that E-ONE engineers and builds the complete vehicle - chassis, cab, body, tank and aerial device. And because E-ONE is a single source manufacturer, the customer's after sale needs are satisfied with just one call to their dealer or E-ONE for parts, service, warranty, training and manuals.

Established in 1974, E-ONE has grown to become an industry leader in just a few decades, and today employs more than 1,300 people in five plants totaling more than 420,000 square feet. Innovation has been the company's driving force and continues to be the impetus behind its pursuit of new technologies. The result is state-of-the-art fire rescue vehicles recognized for superior firefighting and rescue capabilities.

Aluminum Construction

E-ONE pioneered the use of aluminum in fire rescue vehicles and continues to lead the industry today with innovative uses of this material. Aluminum is used for several important reasons:

Aluminum is resistant to corrosion and will not rust like steel, resulting in a longer field life than trucks made of steel, translating to considerably lower maintenance costs.
Aluminum is lighter than steel, which means less wear and tear on the engine, transmission, brakes and tires, contributing to an extended vehicle life and reduced maintenance costs.
Less weight means more payload (equipment and water) capacity.
Our all-aluminum aerials' natural finish never needs painting, saving thousands of dollars in repaints over the life of the aerial.
E-ONE uses aluminum exclusively in both the body plate and extrusions. Extrusions are made by heating aluminum and pushing it through a die to give it shape. After cooling, the finished extrusion is just as strong on a corner as it is on a flat surface. Slots in the extrusion allow the body's aluminum outer skin to slide into place, creating a durable tongue-and-groove assembly, which is then welded into place. This interlocking of extrusions and body plates makes for an extremely strong, yet lightweight, cab and body.

E-ONE's modular construction makes it easy to repair a body if it is damaged in an accident. In addition, it is possible to re-chassis for an extended service life when a commercial chassis needs to be replaced. In the end, the extended field life of E-ONE's aluminum cabs and bodies results in higher resale or trade-in value, and increases vehicle lifecycle.

E-ONE's Recycle Center

Vehicle recycling is available at E-ONE's full service Recycle Center. The unique Glider Program recycles the engine, transmission, pump and, in some cases, the rear axle, providing a savings of $50,000 to $70,000. Utilizing these components, the end result is a brand new truck complete with a new vehicle title, which ultimately could lower a community's ISO rating and reduce insurance costs to its citizens. Gliders can be completed in as little as 120 days to minimize out-of-service time.

E-ONE's Recycle Center is dedicated to rebuilding apparatus, extending apparatus service life and lowering insurance costs. One-stop service in a modern facility handles all apparatus needs, everything from the front bumper to the taillights.

The Leading Dealer Organization

Truck specification begins with an E-ONE dealer. E-ONE has the industry's leading dealer organization to provide outstanding service before and after the sale. E-ONE dealers boast factory-trained mechanics, full-service maintenance shops, mobile service capabilities and frequently have first-hand experience as firefighters and/or paramedics. With approximately 100 dealers worldwide, E-ONE ensures support after the sale by a local dealer, an independent businessperson from the community with the experience to keep vehicles in service for years to come.

E-ONE dealers are supported by a Customer Support Group, which includes a computerized parts warehouse that can ship E-ONE parts worldwide within 72-hours. This skilled group provides a single-point contact for all service needs, warranty and parts requirements, and is ready to provide technical assistance. Since E-ONE builds the complete apparatus, most parts are in stock and ready to ship



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E-1 apparartus.

Started by maddog. Last reply by tab Sep 24, 2008. 1 Reply

Google or yahoo apparatus roll overs and crashes. Check out the custom chassis then the commerical ones, while looking at the commerical cabs look hard at who's apparatus body holds up and who does…Continue

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Comment by Nick Sirois on April 3, 2009 at 11:22am

Our Ladder 195 (2002 EOne 110' on a Cyclone chasis) and New Engine 192 (2008 EONE Typhoon Rescue Pumper) operating at a structure fire in Orono, ME.
Comment by Nick Sirois on April 3, 2009 at 11:17am

Nice looking truck. Here is a photo of our 2008 EONE Typhoon Rescue pumper
Comment by Stephane M. Goulet on April 3, 2009 at 10:51am
Nice quint Greg. we have been buying E-one apparatus since 1992 and they are great. we have one on order right now. our 1992 cyclone looks just as good as the day we bought it. great trucks...
Comment by Greg Harris on April 3, 2009 at 10:24am
this is our 2002 E-One Sidestacker Quint. It was a demonstrater at fireshows before we bought it
Comment by Greg Harris on April 3, 2009 at 10:23am

Comment by Will Lovejoy on January 7, 2009 at 6:02pm
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Comment by Nick Sirois on October 29, 2008 at 2:17pm
Veazie's New EONE Typhoon Rescue pumper will be arriving soon.
Comment by Nick Sirois on October 18, 2008 at 5:22pm
Hows everyone doing today? Hope things are going really well.
 

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