Aerial Strength & Innovation
Zero Structural Failures + Zero Tip Overs = Proven Structural Integrity & Aerial Performance
Through advanced engineering and innovative design, E-ONE® produces aerials that offer a structural safety factor of 2.5 to 1. This incredible performance is one of the main reasons we are the only manufacturer never to have had an aerial structural failure or tip over in more than 30 years of producing welded-aluminum aerials.
Our efficient design and aluminum aerial construction results in narrower jack spreads. Criss-cross under-slung outriggers and high strength integral torque box chassis provide a lower center of gravity for better control. The unique integral torque box chassis is featured on all four-jack E-ONE aerials.
At E-ONE we utilize Finite Element Analysis (FEA) solid modeling analysis and extensive strain-gauge testing in the development of our aerials. Under-slung jack system with narrow jack spread makes it easier to set up in narrow alleys and congested streets. Fast and easy outrigger setup can be achieved in less than 35 seconds for 2-jack systems and less than 45 seconds for 4-jack systems.
The optional Aerial Information System (AIS) dynamically displays available aerial loads at all extension and retraction positions, percent of aerial extension, tip temperature, water flow, engine information, and much more.
- The full-height, full-length handrails aid in working from and getting on and off the ladder tip.
- E-ONE’s integrally grooved, slip-resistant rungs eliminate the need for rung covers and associated service requirements, saving thousands of dollars during the aerial’s life.
- E-ONE’s all extruded-aluminum design combined with advanced engineering provides an industry-leading safety margin.
- E-ONE aerials have wider climbing surfaces for secure and efficient rescue operations.
- Swirled pattern finish is not only visually striking, but also reflects heat leaving the ladder cool to the touch.
- Aluminum ladders never need repainting and don’t require rubber rung covers. 2.5 to 1 structural safety factor - exceeding the NFPA requirement of 2 to 1 and providing unmatched performance for over 35 years.
The aerial ladder is welded from high-strength aluminum-alloy extrusions to provide a structure that is strong, lightweight, and extremely corrosion resistant. The rungs have a permanent slip-resistant stepping surface, which eliminates the need for rubber-rung covers that will require replacement. Ladder sections offer high handrails for secure climbing. In addition, ample space is provided between the handrails of overlapping ladder sections allowing room for gloved hands.
The E-ONE platform design offers stability and functionality. The all-aluminum design provides strength while the dual front gates give easy access. A front center console improves visibility while the various monitor, lighting and equipment options bring more versatility to the scene.
100’ reach. Single axle.
Rural and suburban departments appreciate the 750-gallon tank and elevated master stream with centralized controls for one-person operation available on our 50’ Teleboom. The 50’ Teleboom can be equipped with a rescue-style body to maximize storage space for EMS calls, an unobstructed hosebed and still provide aerial duties all on a single rear axle.
E-ONE’s HP 75 features an extruded aluminum ladder that exceeds NFPA’s 1901 requirements with a 2.5 to 1 structural safety factor. No other manufacturer consistently offers you this commitment to safety. In addition, the aluminum aerial will not rust, never needs painting, or ever require rung cover replacements.
E-ONE’s HP78 features a 825-lb tip load for increased rescue capability and additional reach of similar products in its class. The ToughTruss™ ladder design features extruded aluminum construction that exceeds NFPA’s 1901 requirements with a 2.5 to 1 structural safety factor. No other manufacturer consistently offers you this commitment to safety. In addition, the aluminum aerial will not rust, need painting, or require rung cover replacement, delivering lower life-cycle cost than steel aerials.
The HP 100’s short wheelbase and tight turning radius make for easy maneuvering in traffic. While the criss-cross, underslung jacks contribute to a low center of gravity, they also deploy in an industry leading time of less than 40 seconds with only a 12’ spread. Ample storage compartments allow quick access to all gear. With a 500-gallon water tank, this first responder is ready to fight the moment it arrives on scene. As for aerial safety, the HP 100 has a structural safety factor of 2.5 to 1, exceeding NFPA requirements.
Buildings aren’t getting shorter. Fires don’t have a maximum height limit. So why should your aerial ladder be any different? Reaching more than 13 stories high, the CR 137 is North America’s tallest aerial ladder offering narrow, criss-cross under-slung stabilizers and a speedy set up – less than 45 seconds. The welded extruded aluminum ladder combined with advanced engineering provides a 2.5 to 1 structural safety factor, exceeding NFPA requirements.