BRANDON, SD – July 19, 2022Spartan Emergency Response, a subsidiary of REV Group® and leading manufacturer of fire apparatus, is pleased to announce the Umatilla County Fire District No. 1 in Oregon has ordered a Smeal 100’ Rear Mount Platform and a Spartan Star Series Pumper. These units were sold by authorized dealer True North Emergency Equipment

Spartan Star Series Pumper key features include:

  • Spartan Metro Star® EMFD with 10” raised roof
  • Spartan Advanced Protection System®
  • Cummins® L9 450 HP engine
  • Advanced climate control system
  • Extreme duty interior
  • 1750 GPM Waterous CSU pump
  • 750-gallon water tank
  • 30-gallon foam cell
  • FoamPro 2002 foam system
  • Blackout package
  • Booster reel
  • Low hosebed configuration
  • Right side ladder compartment
  • Wheel well storage

Smeal 100’ Rear Mount Platform key features include:

  • Spartan Gladiator® EMFD with flat roof
  • Cummins® X12 500 HP engine
  • Spartan Advanced Protection System®
  • 1750 GPM Waterous CSU20 pump
  • 400-gallon tank
  • 20-gallon foam cell
  • 275 cubic feet of compartment storage
  • Blackout package
  • 1250 lbs. Dry/ 625 lbs. wet tip load
  • 1500 GPM flow capacity
  • 5 sq. ft. working space in platform
  • 4 H-style outriggers
  • Bi-fold platform doors

The new apparatus are part of the district’s vehicle replacement plan, which included the purchase of two Spartan Emergency Response® pumpers three years ago.

“Morale has been improved with the addition of these new apparatus and the community pride is going strong,” said Chief Scott Stanton. “Spartan Emergency Response and Smeal have proven to deliver a quality product, and True North Emergency Equipment has been great about responding to or taking care of any questions or concerns we’ve had.”

“The Spartan ER and Smeal teams are humbled to have had the Umatilla County Fire District expand their fleet further with us based on the value of the previously delivered units,” said Chris Wade, Director of Sales, Spartan Emergency Response. “We look forward to another opportunity to dedicate our labor to this additional fire apparatus and provide the district, and its citizens, dependable, quality vehicles.”