Fire Rescues and Command Vehicles that can match any situation. E-ONE’s light rescues, heavy-duty rescue units and fire command vehicles offer as many different configurations as there are different types of emergencies. Starting with an open body interior with plenty of exterior compartments, you can customize your E-ONE fire command vehicle to meet your needs.
The E-ONE Heavy Duty Non Walk In Rescue gives your department the maximum amount of equipment storage space to meet any emergency. It fully meets NFPA 1901 standards.
The E-ONE Non Walk-In Rescue allows first responders to arrive on the scene prepared. Whether responding to a natural disaster or homeland security threat, this Non Walk-In Rescue stores everything from generators to scene lighting and can be outfitted with the latest communications technology.
The E-ONE Non Walk-In ensures all necessary gear is stored neatly with optional rooftop compartments, under-body compartments and a recessed pan.
The E-ONE Heavy Duty Walk In Rescue offers an open body interior with plenty of exterior compartments and a wide array of configurations and options. It fully meets NFPA 1901 standards
The E-ONE Walk-In Rescue provides the space first responders’ need to efficiently store and utilize vital life-saving equipment. With a wide center walkway, countertops and large compartments, the interior of the E-ONE Walk-In Rescue allows first responders a spacious area to safely control dangerous environments. The Walk-In Rescue is also available with optional features such as awnings, under body compartments, scene lighting, camera packages, generators and breathing air systems.
Don’t let the E-ONE light rescue fool you – it’s small in size but big on strength. Like all E-ONE apparatus, our Light Rescue is designed with 3/16” extruded aluminum body and frame to offer one of the industry’s strongest rescue bodies. E-ONE’s optional 7-door layout and the 9-door configurations are available with roll up or hinged doors and multiple compartment storage and organization options. Pull-out tool boards and roll-out trays maintain organization while storing all the necessary first response and advanced life-saving equipment.