1996 Nova Quintech 100′ Rear Mount Platform
Spartan enclosed cab with air conditioning and seating for 6 with 4 SCBA seats powered by a Detroit Diesel Series 60 470HP diesel engine and Allison automatic transmission. Nova Quintech 100′ Rear Mount Platform with waterway with monitor nozzle and stacked tips and breathing air to the platform. Equipped with Westerbeke diesel generator. Available for immediate delivery motivated seller make offer. Better Call Bob at 877-346-1373, He sells trucks fast!
Manufacturers History: Fancher L. “Sam” Saulsbury, a machinist who was also the chief for the Preble Volunteer Fire Department, built his first fire truck in 1958. He formed Saulsbury Fire Equipment in the early 1960s and, among its other offerings, the company started to specialize in walk-in rescue trucks. After sub-contracting work for several years, Saulsbury consolidated production in a new plant in Tully, New York in 1973. They moved again to a larger facility in Preble in 1988.
In 1998, Saulsbury was purchased by Federal Signal Corporation, parent company of E-ONE in Florida. The Saulsbury name continued to appear on apparatus, but was renamed E-One New York in 2003. In 2004, E-One announced the closure of the Saulsbury plant.
Spartan Emergency Response, or simply Spartan, is a fire apparatus manufacturer located in Brandon, South Dakota, with additional manufacturing facilities in Ephrata, Pennsylvania and Ocala, Florida. The company also manufactures and supplies fire chassis to other fire body manufacturers. Spartan ER was a division of Spartan Motors prior to its purchase by REV Group
When Pierre Thibault ceased operations in 1990, a group of investors purchased the assets of the company. The transaction involved two manufacturing facilities, the original Thibault plant in Pierreville, and the Pierreville Fire Trucks plant in Saint-François-du-Lac. Fire truck production resumed under the new name.
Over the years, NovaQuintech also acquired a dealer of fire equipment, C.M.P. Maillé of Sainte-Julie, Québec, and the assets of Phoenix Fire Apparatus after its 1992 bankruptcy. Many of the employees of Thibault and Pierreville Fire Trucks worked for the new company.
In 1995, NovaQuintech announced that it was ending production of pumpers to concentrate solely on aerial ladder and platform assemblies. In 1997, they sold the aerial line to Pierce Manufacturing and ended operations.