Smeal Firetruck
Smeal has been headquartered in Snyder, Nebraska since they opened their doors more than 50 years ago. They also have production facilities in Neligh, Nebraska, Delavan, Wisconsin, and Ephrata, Pennsylvania. They take their commitment to delivering the fire trucks you need and deserve very seriously. Smeal fire trucks are built from the ground up to meet every specification, with thousands of ways to customize. Choices extend to pretty much every aspect of your new fire truck, including what type of body material you want – 1/8” and 3/16” aluminum, and stainless steel.

Aerials

Smeal aerials are available in both truck company and quint configurations. A variety of body configurations include the full NFPA compliment of ground ladders… or more, if you so desire.

High strength all-steel construction with horizontal and diagonal trusses prodce a high quality aerial ladder designed for the rigors of firefighting.

Because safety is a factor in aerial apparatus, Smeal aerials feature a 500lb. tip load capacity at any elevation up to full extension and flows of 1,000 GPM.

Smeal aerials have been designed with length of service in mind. Standard “hot dipped” galvanized outriggers, as well as chrome plated steel waterway piping with a 10 year warranty, ensure key aerial components will perform for the life of the vehicle.

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The 75’ Heavy Duty Aerial is designed for use with both single and tandem axle configurations. The base Quint model meets all requirements of NFPA. The aerial is rated with a 500 lb tip load while flowing 1250 GPM at 0 degrees elevation 90 degrees perpendicular to the aerial device. This allows for NO restrictions in the operation of the aerial device.

Pump configurations available from 1250 GPM through 2250 GPM, utilizing Waterous, Hale and Darley pumps.

Tank configurations from 300-500 using UPF Poly tanks or CFP fiberglass tanks.

Hose bed configurations from: EHL (Ergonomic Hose Load), EZR (Above the right side compartments), EZ Load (Allows high side compartments both sides, with two hose beds) or Ahead of the turntable with hose chutes.

The 75’ Heavy Duty Aerial is designed for use with both single and tandem axle configurations. The base Quint model meets all requirements of NFPA. The aerial is rated with a 500 lb tip load while flowing 1250 GPM at 0 degrees elevation 90 degrees perpendicular to the aerial device. This allows for NO restrictions in the operation of the aerial device.

Pump configurations available from 1250 GPM through 2250 GPM, utilizing Waterous, Hale and Darley pumps.

Tank configurations from 300-500 using UPF Poly tanks or CFP fiberglass tanks.

Hose bed configurations from: EHL (Ergonomic Hose Load), EZR (Above the right side compartments), EZ Load (Allows high side compartments both sides, with two hose beds) or Ahead of the turntable with hose chutes.