2010 Rosenbauer Pumper
Spartan Gladiator 4 door enclosed cab with seating for 8 with 5 SCBA seats Rosenbauer Pumper. Powered by a Caterpillar 550HP diesel engine and Allison Automatic transmission. Hale 1500 GPM Pump with 2 crosslays and deck gun has 750 gallons of water. Two 1.75″ front bumper discharge. Driver’s side pump panel has two 2.5″ discharges and one 6″ intake. Officers side pump panel has one 4″ and two 2.5″ discharge and a 6″ intake. The rear of the of the truck has two 2.5″ discharges and a 2.5″ direct tank fill. The truck is equipped with a NFPA lighting and siren package as well as an 8kW Generator. This clean low mileage pumper with current pump certification won’t last long at $380,000.00. Contact Bob in our office today for more details or to schedule an inspection of the unit at 1-877-346-1373.
Manufacturers History: In 1994, Rosenbauer began an effort to create a presence in the North American market. One year later, Rosenbauer gained its first foothold in the North American market. Today, the partnership, Rosenbauer America, consists of four companies at three locations and has become one of the company in the North American fire fighting equipment sector. By 1995, General Safety Equipment became Rosenbauer’s first partner in the US. The company, which is based in Wyoming, Minnesota, was founded in 1929 by Kevin Kirvida’s, the current president, grandfather. General Safety firmly established its tradition of manufacturing top-of-the-line apparatus in 1950, when General Safety’s production work for military bases received the U.S. Army-Navy’s E Award, the highest recognition given to civilian companies. Over the course of the next four decades, the company’s reputation continues to grow. General Safety now produces pumpers, aerials, airport crash vehicles and industrial units. They are regarded as one of America’s leading providers of finely crafted, customized fire apparatus. Today, it forms Rosenbauer Minnesota. Two years later, in February 2000, the team was further enlarged with RK Aerials. The company, which is located in Fremont, Nebraska, was founded in 1988 by Rob and Pam Kreikemeier who manufactured the group’s American aerial products. It is one of the few companies in the US to not only offer steel ladders, but also hot-dipped galvanized versions, which have a far longer service life. Production began with only four employees in a 5,000 square foot building. Today, Rosenbauer Aerials has a total of 98,200 sq ft of production space.
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.