Technologies for Aerial Fire Trucks

Rosenbauer–Pattonville Fire Protection District, Bridgeton, MO, 100-foot aerial ladder quint. Commander 7818 cab and chassis; Cummins X15 600-hp engine; Hale Qmax 2,000-gpm pump; Pro Poly 370-gallon polypropylene water tank; 30-gallon foam cell; Hale FoamLogix Class A foam system; Smart Power 8-kW generator; SAM pump control. Dealer: Brian Franz, Sentinel Emergency Solutions, Arnold, MO.

August 24, 2021 | 1 PM EDT

How safe is your aerial? From SMART controls technology to short jacking, centralized command seats and pedestals, new technology is helping make today’s aerials safer than ever before. In this webcast, we’ll discuss new aerial technologies and how to specify them in your next aerial apparatus. Our job at Rosenbauer is to help you save lives and protect property, and an aerial apparatus is a key component to that. 

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What you will learn:

  • New technologies for aerial fire trucks
  • How to spec new technology for your next aerial
  • New trends in aerial specifications
  • Safety features for fire truck aerials
  • Working with your dealer to specify an aerial fire truck

Sponsored by Rosenbauer

With more than 150 years of manufacturing experience, Rosenbauer is a global leader in firefighting technology and resources. We are the world’s largest manufacturer of fire equipment with eleven manufacturing locations worldwide. A family-owned business that was founded in 1866, Rosenbauer has built global partnerships that have helped us build the most innovative and safest firetrucks on the market.

At Rosenbauer, we develop the latest technology and build the toughest vehicles. That’s because when lives are at stake, anything less can be catastrophic. Our vehicles, production teams and service personnel are ready to do whatever it takes to ensure your community’s safety and satisfaction.

Contact us at:
Rosenbauer South Dakota, LLC
100 Third St., Lyons, SD 57041
Phone: 605.543.5591

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