HME Ahrens-Fox  

Wyoming,  MI 
United States
http://www.firetrucks.com
  • Booth: 3701

HME Ahrens-Fox is an industry leader in design, engineering and manufacturing a complete line of fire apparatus.  The objective is to provide quality custom fire apparatus that are easy to maintain, durable and cost-effective. This philosophy is reflected in the design approach and materials used in the construction of our fire apparatus as well as the integration of new technologies in the design and manufacturing process. The application of advanced engineering and digital technologies allows the design of fire trucks down to the smallest nut, bolt, and screw; and are constructed with corrosion-resistant, strong and durable stainless steel.  In 2013 HME Ahrens-Fox celebrated 100 years of service to the fire industry and remains dedicated to leading the fire service industry with new and better fire apparatus designs, innovations and engineering into the 21st century and beyond.  Visit us in booth 3701 to see our newest product offerings!!  HME Ahrens-Fox...Smart...Tough...Driven...

Brands: HME 1871 SFO Spectr Ahrens-Fox SilverFox RedFox SuperFox RAT Rodent CommFox Mad Dog MiniEvo HAF51T HAF80L HAF111L WUI HXR Wolf


 Press Releases

  • HME AHRENS-FOX TO DEBUT NEW HYBRID ELECTRIC

    TECHNOLOGY (HETTM) RESCUE AT FDIC 2019

    Grand Rapids/Wyoming, MI (March 27, 2019) HME Ahrens-Fox will debut a new wet rescue

    apparatus powered by Hybrid Electric Technology (HETTM) at FDIC 2019. Assembled on the

    advanced AF1 custom chassis, the Ahrens-Fox HETTM is a Heavy Rescue Variable Response

    Vehicle with water and pump features, representing a forward leap in advanced energy

    management.

    The Ahrens-Fox HETTM features a fully integrated hybrid design, with operation beginning from

    the turn of the battery switch. The vehicle’s electrical system is backboned with an 18KW high

    voltage Lithium battery storage module. Low voltage (12V DC) operation is provided with a

    continuous capability of 440 amps of DC power. The motive engine is equipped with an 11KW

    high voltage alternator to provide replenishment power during driving, and the motive engine

    starting system is energized by a 12-volt capacitor. Cab climate control is achieved with a high

    voltage air conditioning compressor and/or an 11KW engine coolant heater. The interior of the

    cab is fitted with conventional heat and air conditioning units.

    “The apparatus will arrive on scene, the motive engine shuts down and the truck will continue

    to fully operate for 8-12 hours from the Lithium module”, said VP of Engineering Ken Lenz.

    “With the HETTM, HME Ahrens-Fox offers the first zero-emission fire apparatus available today.”

    The Ahrens-Fox Heavy Rescue Variable Response Vehicle powered by HETTM will be 1 of 11

    HME Ahrens-Fox apparatus showcased within 3 locations at FDIC; which is the industry’s

    leading apparatus and equipment showcase event, taking place April 8 - 13, 2019 at the

    Indiana Convention Center & Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis Indiana.

    About HME Ahrens-Fox:

    HME Ahrens-Fox is a leading, single-source designer and manufacturer of fire and emergency

    apparatus. The company’s product line includes custom fire chassis, pumpers, aerial

    ladders/platforms, wildland and urban interface vehicles, and rescues. The Ahrens-Fox brand

    has a history dating back to 1910 and is among the best known in the fire industry. Today, the

    company is recognized as an innovator in stainless steel fire bodies and firefighting

    technologies. HME Ahrens-Fox sells and supports vehicles throughout North America and is

    headquartered in a suburb of Grand Rapids, Michigan. For more information, please visit

    www.firetrucks.com.

    Media Contact:

    Todd Ernst: Director of Marketing and Communication

    ternst@hmetruck.com

    (616) 261-3625


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