Airville Volunteer Fire Company, located in York County, Pennsylvania, has recently placed an order for a new E-ONE Typhoon pumper through their dealer, Fire Line Equipment, based in New Holland, Pennsylvania. This purchase reflects the fire company’s dedication to maintaining the safety and security of their community by continually enhancing their firefighting capabilities with updated equipment.

The E-ONE Typhoon pumper is a modern and versatile firefighting vehicle designed for performance, safety, and reliability. Equipped with a custom-built E-ONE Typhoon cab and chassis, the apparatus is suitable for a wide range of firefighting scenarios and provides exceptional maneuverability and accessibility.

Key features of the E-ONE Typhoon pumper include:

  1. Custom E-ONE Typhoon cab and chassis, designed for safety, comfort, and accessibility.
  2. High-capacity Hale Qmax pump, capable of delivering up to 2,000 gallons-per-minute (GPM).
  3. Integral water tank with a capacity of 500-1,000 gallons.
  4. Ergonomic and easily accessible hose bed and storage compartments.
  5. Multiple ground ladder storage options.
  6. Advanced safety systems, including rollover protection, frontal impact protection, and a backup camera.
  7. LED scene lighting and emergency warning systems.
  8. Various options for foam systems and CAFS (Compressed Air Foam Systems).

Fire Line Equipment, a leading fire apparatus dealer, has played a crucial role in facilitating the order and ensuring that the E-ONE Typhoon pumper meets the specific needs of Airville Volunteer Fire Company. Their industry expertise and commitment to customer satisfaction make them a reliable partner in the procurement process.

The addition of the E-ONE Typhoon pumper to Airville Volunteer Fire Company’s fleet represents a significant step forward in their ongoing mission to protect and serve their community. This state-of-the-art apparatus will enable the fire company to more effectively respond to a variety of emergency situations, including structure fires, vehicle fires, and wildland fires, ensuring the safety and well-being of the residents of York County and surrounding areas.