E-ONE Sets a Higher Standard for Aerial Fire Apparatus.
With zero tip overs in more than 40 years, E-ONE’s performance and safety is unmatched. Leading the way with advanced engineering and innovative design, every E-ONE aerial fire apparatus we manufacture comes loaded with features that enhance crew efficiency while keeping them safe.
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 and never needs re-painting or rung cover replacements.
E-ONE’s HP 78 features a 750 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.
100’ Reach. Single axle. Truck company. From E-ONE, the innovator of aluminum aerials, comes the Metro 100 – a highly maneuverable aerial ladder with a 100’ vertical reach. Available with the LTH 100 ladder for low travel height or the HR 100 with 500 lb tip load wet or dry.
HM 100 / 110
The HM 100/110 aerial model offers a reduced travel height, short wheelbase and tight turning radius for maneuvering in congested streets. The tandem axle design provides additional equipment carrying capacity. The crisscross, under-slung jacks have a spread of only 11’ fully deployed allowing for set-up in very tight areas.
HR 100 Single Axle Quint
The HR 100 single rear axle Quint is compact and maneuverable for tight streets. It features crisscross under-slung jacks that require very little space to deploy. Based on the proven HM 100/110 design, the E-ONE HR 100 single rear axle aerial features the ToughTruss ladder design with a 750 lb tip load.
HR 100 Tandem Axle Quint
The HR 100 with a tandem rear axle provides additional storage space and weight carrying than single rear axle units and is available as a Quint or Truck Company. The crisscross under-slung jacks have a narrow 12’ spread that require very little space to deploy. The aerial features the ToughTruss ladder design with a 500 lb tip load (wet or dry).
The HP 100 extruded aluminum aerial features handrails over 21” tall providing safe and secure climbing. While the crisscross, under-slung outriggers 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. The HP 100 offers many cab and body designs to meet your department’s needs.
If tip-load and low-angle performance top your list of “must haves,” our CR 100 with an impressive 750 lb tip capacity for firefighters is your aerial. It utilizes our exclusive integral torque box chassis which provides a rock-solid foundation for the aerial. The crisscross under-slung jacks have a spread of only 13’8”, take less space to deploy and allow for more storage space that H-Style outriggers.
Buildings aren’t getting shorter. Fires don’t have a maximum height limit. So why should your aerial ladder only be 100’? Reaching more than 13 stories high, the CR 137 is North America’s tallest aerial ladder. And with its 13’8” crisscross under-slung stabilizers, the aerial sets up quick.
Perhaps the most impressive feature of the CR 137 is it’s ability to reach a target that is 110’ high AND 80’ horizontally off the side while supporting a 750 lb personnel tip load.
Designed for departments needing an elevated master-stream with rescue capabilities, the 50’ Tele-boom is ideal for rural and suburban departments. The mid-mount design makes it easy to place the apparatus on-scene and features centralized controls for one-person operation.
The 50’ Teleboom can be equipped with a 750-gallon tank and full height compartments each side to maximize storage space for EMS calls. The body has a wide pumper-style hosebed not found on larger rear mount aerials.