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Green Bay Metro Fire Department orders two E-ONE platforms

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E-ONE, a subsidiary of REV Group Inc., and manufacturer of fire apparatus, has announced it is building two HP 100 Platforms for the Green Bay Metro Fire Department in Wisconsin. The two platforms were ordered through E-ONE Dealer Fire Service Inc.  

These two platforms are replacement vehicles for Green Bay, whose recent orders include two custom pumpers and a Haz-Mat Command Combo Rescue.

Key features of the HP 100 Platforms include:  

  • E-ONE Typhoon® cab with severe duty interior
  • Integral torque box frame with a Cummins 500 HP X12 engine and Allison EVS4000P transmission
  • Criss-cross under-slung outriggers with only 15’-6” spread, automatic levelling and short jack capability
  • Extruded aluminum aerial with 2.5 to 1 structural safety factor
  • Advanced Aerial Control System with color displays featuring mission specific screens
  • Akron StreamMaster II AVM monitor with 2.5” discharge
  • Two 45-degree rear corner staircases
  • Ladder tunnel with 156’ of ground ladders with pike pole storage

Green Bay Metro Fire Department will use the two new platforms to better serve its growing community.

Green Bay Battalion Chief Ray Fuiten said: “I truly believe we are getting the best product and customer service with Fire Service Inc. and E-ONE.  

“It’s exciting to see Green Bay add these two HP 100 Platforms to their fleet,” said Larry Daniels, E-ONE Director of Sales. “We are proud of the continued relationship with Green Bay Metro Fire Department.  Fire Service continues to grow in the Wisconsin market, and E-ONE is excited to be part of that growth.”

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