Gap Fire Company, located in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, has recently placed an order for a new E-ONE Cyclone CR100 Ladder apparatus through their dealer, Fire Line Equipment. This acquisition demonstrates the fire company’s commitment to ensuring the safety and well-being of their community by continually updating and enhancing their firefighting capabilities.

The E-ONE Cyclone CR100 Ladder is a cutting-edge firefighting vehicle designed for versatility, safety, and performance. With a 100-foot aerial ladder and a custom-built E-ONE Cyclone chassis, this apparatus is well-suited for both urban and rural firefighting scenarios, offering extended reach for elevated firefighting and rescue operations.

Key features of the E-ONE Cyclone CR100 Ladder include:

100-foot extruded aluminum aerial ladder with a pre-piped waterway and a 500-pound tip load capacity.
Custom E-ONE Cyclone cab and chassis, designed for safety, comfort, and accessibility.
High-capacity Hale Qmax 2,000 gallons-per-minute (GPM) pump.
Integral 300-500 gallon water tank.
Multiple ground ladder storage options.
Ergonomic and easily accessible hose bed.
Advanced safety systems, including outrigger safety interlocks, ladder safety system, and a backup camera.
LED scene lighting and emergency warning systems.

Fire Line Equipment, a leading fire apparatus dealer in New Holland PA, has been instrumental in facilitating the order and ensuring that the E-ONE Cyclone CR100 Ladder meets Gap Fire Company’s specific needs. Their expertise in the industry and dedication to customer satisfaction make them a reliable partner in the procurement process.

The addition of the E-ONE Cyclone CR100 Ladder to Gap Fire Company’s fleet is 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 wide range of emergency situations, including structure fires, high-rise incidents, and technical rescues, ensuring the safety and security of the residents of Gap and surrounding areas.