Posts Tagged Smeal Sirius tower ladder

New truck for Romeoville

This from Ron Wolkoff:

Romeoville purchased this stock aerial unit from Smeal.

new fire truck for the Romeoville Fire Department

Smeal photo

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New tower ladder for New Lenox

Found on the Smeal web site: click here for the drawing

New Lenox Fire Protection District

New 100′ Smeal rear mount tower for New Lenox. Smeal photo

Apparatus Description

Chassis and Cab:
Smeal Sirius
Engine Make:
Cummins ISX15
Allison 4000 EVS
Pump Model and GPM:
Waterous CSUC20, 2000 GPM
Body Type:
Door Type:
Robinson ROM Roll-up Doors
Water Tank Brand:

Water Tank Capacity:
300 Gallons
Foam System Type:
Plumbed for future foam system
Aerial Device:
Blue Rung LED Climbing Lights AL-11 system Parapet ladder attachment Stokes basket/Rapelling arm
Monitor/Deck Gun:
Akron Akromatic 5178 Ekectric Nozzle on a Akron 3578 Remote Monitor.
Other Features:
Dual Cylinder Breathing Air

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Tri-State FPD added to the site

The Tri-State Fire Protection District in MABAS Division 10 has been added to the site. Tri-State operates four stations with two medic units, four engines, a tower ladder and a battalion chief. Their frontline medic units are by Horton and the suppression apparatus is a mix of Crimson, Pierce, and Smeal. The district encompasses areas of Darien, Burr-Ridge, Willowbrook, and unincorporated DuPage County.

Tri-State Fire Protection District Station 3

Tri-State Fire Protection District Station 3 is at 10S110 Madison Street in Burr Ridge. Larry Shapiro photo

Tri-State has their own dispatchers that work from Station 2.

Tri-State Fire Protection District Squad 526 Crimson

Tri-State runs this small Crimson squad with a rear pump out of Station 2. Karl Klotz photo

Tri-State Fire Protection District Smeal Tower Ladder 539

Tri-State Fire Protection District Engine 511

Tri-State Fire Protection District Pierce Arrow engine

This delivery photo of Tri-State Engine 583 (now a reserve engine after having gone through an RPI rehab some years ago) is soon to be disposed of. Larry Shapiro photo

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