1996 E-One Cyclone Pumper
Four door enclosed cab with seating for 8 with 5 SCBA seats. Powered by a Detroit Diesel 430HP and Allison Automatic Transmission. Waterous 1500 GPM Pump and 1000 gallon poly water tank. Front bumper discharge. Prepiped with a deck gun and 3 crosslays. Driver’s side pump panel has the following discharges two 2″ and intakes one 6″ and one 2.5″. Officers side pump panel has the following discharges two LDH and the following intakes one 6″ and one 2.5″. On the rear of the truck there is one 3″ discharge. Full NFPA warning light and siren package is included on the truck. The vehicle only has 45,638 miles with just 559 pump hours. This unit will be available in the 3rd/4th quarter of 2021. Contact Bob today at 1-877-346-1373
Manufacturers History: Formed in 1974 by retired playground equipment manufacturer Robert Wormser, Emergency One grew quickly and became the largest fire apparatus builder in the United States by the mid-1980s. The company pioneered the use of modular bodies built from extruded aluminum components, enabling it to build in advance and speed up production time considerably. It built a new 75,000 square foot plant in Ocala to meet production needs in 1978. A new line of aerial devices was launched in 1981 – the company had built earlier aerial-equipped apparatus using ladder assemblies purchased from an outside supplier. The Hurricane custom chassis was introduced in 1984, leading to a full line of custom trucks.
Corporately, in 1979, Emergency One was acquired by the Federal Signal Corporation. The chassis business was spun off into a separate entity called Federal Motors in 1985, and Emergency One officially changed its name to E-One in 1988.
In the late 1980s, E-One began to acquire other apparatus manufacturers. In 1989, it purchased Florida-based American Eagle. In late 1991, E-One entered the Canadian market in force with its purchase of Superior Emergency Vehicles. In 1998, Saulsbury Fire and Rescue Corporation of Preble, NY was added to the E-One family. The three plants purchased were closed in 1992, 2006 and 2004, respectively.
In 2008, E-One was purchased by AIP in a carve out from Federal Signal. It was assigned to AIP’s REV Group portfolio. AIP is a private equity firm distinctively focused on buying and improving industrial businesses with operations in the United States or Canada. The REV Group portfolio is a leading diversified manufacturer of specialty vehicles to North America, as well as export markets.