The E-ONE Vector fire truck has a long electric pumping duration that allows four hose lines to be in use for four hours on a single charge.  -  Photo: REV Fire Group

The E-ONE Vector fire truck has a long electric pumping duration that allows four hose lines to be in use for four hours on a single charge.

Photo: REV Fire Group

REV Fire Group announced that it has received a first order for its all-electric fire truck from Mesa, Arizona, Fire and Medical Department.

The company first announced the introduction of its all-electric E-One Vector fire truck in August. The customizable E-One Vector has a long electric pumping duration that allows four hose lines to be in use for four hours on a single charge. Additional features include a superior battery storage solution offering a safer, lower center of gravity and regenerative braking.

The addition of the all-electric rig supports the City of Mesa’s Climate Action Plan and goal of achieving carbon neutrality by 2050. 

H&E Equipment, an E-One authorized dealer, is coordinating the Mesa order and delivery is expected in 2022.

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