All of the major metal components are cut and fabricated. The factory says our parts are scheduled to go into weld late next week. These photos show the bumper, chassis, driver’s side compartment and door, officers compartment, battery charger and side cab lights.
Members from the committee are planning a visit to the location to take a look at the progress in person.
This is our weekly update from the manufacture. They say the cab is now painted and is scheduled to go onto the cab line Monday. When this happens, the components will be added.
The chassis is also going down the chassis line and is being prepped for the power plant and radiator installation, E-One told us in their most recent email.
They say everything at this point is on schedule.
Check back next week with a new update.
The Prince Frederick Volunteer Fire Department is pleased to announce we have signed a contract with Patriot Fire of Grasonville, Maryland.
Patriot is building a Heavy-Duty Rescue Squad on a 2018 E-One Cyclone II Chassis with a two-person cab and a 24-foot 6-inch Walk-in Rescue Body with seating for a crew of six members.
The unit will feature the following:
The New Unit will be painted the traditional Prince Frederick colors of red with a white band and is expected to be delivered in the coming months.