The St. Louis Regional Airport took delivery of their first new Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting (ARFF) unit this week, an E-ONE Titan Force® 4×4.
“This is our first new ARFF unit so we didn’t know what to expect, but from pre-build to final inspection we’ve had a great experience with E-ONE,” said Chief Steve Vogel. “You can see what a quality company E-ONE is when you meet their employees and see the plants in action.”
The new Titan Force features large, unobstructed compartments, roof windows for a constant line of sight to the roof turret, E-ONE’s exclusive integrated bottle storage and lift, making nitrogen bottles accessible from ground level, along with E-ONE’s exclusive Rhino II® bumper turret. The Rhino II bumper turret combines the dual flow rate of conventional primary turrets with a unique vertical positioning feature to offer advanced extinguishment and control of fire scenes while using 40% less agent.
“There are so many features on this unit that it was overwhelming to see the truck when we visited for our final inspection,” said Chief Vogel. “Now that the truck is at the station and we’re being trained on it, everyone in the department is impressed with not only the features but the quality and capabilities of the unit.”
To learn more about E-ONE’s ARFF product offering, visit www.E-ONE.com. For more information on the Rhino II visit www.RhinoII.com.
As a leading manufacturer of first responder vehicles, E-ONE engineers, manufactures mission-critical vehicles including custom and commercial pumpers tankers, Water Master vacuum tankers, aerial ladders and platforms, command and communication apparatus, quick attack units, industrial trucks, and aircraft rescue firefighting vehicles. The company sells its products world-wide and is headquartered in Ocala, Florida. E-ONE is an ISO 9001 registered and CCC certified manufacturer. For more information, visit www.e-one.com.
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