2008 Spartan Smeal Top Mount Rescue Pumper
Spartan 4 Door enclosed cab with Smeal Body has seating for 6 with 5 SCBA seats. Powered by a Detroit 515HP and Allison automatic transmission. Waterous 2000 GPM Pump, Foam Pro Foam System, 1000 gallon water tank and 40 gallon foam tank. Front bumper discharge and front intake. Two 1.75″ crosslays and 2.50″ crosslay in front of pump panel. Driver’s side pump panel has 6″ and 2.5″ intake and one 2.5″ and one 4″ discharges. Officers side pump panel has 6″ intake and 2.5″ & LDH discharges. The truck is equipped with a 10kW Harrison Hydraulic Generator along with 2 electric cord reels and various scene lights. The truck is equipped with NFPA warning light and siren package. With a 2023 Pump Certification and just 49,000 miles this unit is priced to sell at $110,000.00
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Like many fire apparatus manufacturers, Smeal started as a local machine shop that gradually entered the fire truck business. The Smeal Implement Company was founded by Donald Smeal in Snyder in 1955. In 1963, the local fire district approached Smeal to repair the tank on one of their existing trucks. Smeal determined that the tank could not be fixed, and proposed that he build a new truck for the community. The first Smeal fire truck built carried a 250 GPM pump, 1200 gallon tank and 42-foot aerial ladder on a 1964 International Loadstar chassis. Other local fire departments ordered trucks of their own and the business expanded from there.
In the 1970s, Smeal began to design and build its own line of aerial ladders, expanding to a full range of ladders and towers ranging from 55 to 125 feet. The company supplied ladder assemblies to Pierce Manufacturing from the mid-1980s until 1993. They were also the main supplier of aerial ladders for Superior Emergency Vehicles. Aerials are an important part of the company’s product line today.
In December 2016, it was announced that Spartan Emergency Response would be purchasing Smeal for $36.3 million. Today, Spartan continues to build apparatus under the Smeal brand name.