Apr. 6, 2014 - WYOMING, Mich. -- HME Ahrens-Fox, America’s paramount custom fire apparatus manufacturer announced today a new product enhancement for the fire service with the introduction of their hot-dipped galvanized frame rails, cross members, rear support structure, tank cradles and other chassis components.
Standard paint and metal coating processes only slow the damage caused by todays Sodium and Calcium Chloride Salt Sprays. That’s why HME now offers its world-class line of custom fire apparatus chassis with a hot-dipped galvanized option at a price comparable to that of frame coatings. Nothing compares to the corrosion protection of hot-dipped galvanization.
“For those Fire Departments looking for the ultimate in corrosion protection, HME has added the option of hot dipped galvanized frames and chassis components to our product offerings” said Ken Lenz, President of HME, Inc. Lenz adds “The hot dipped galvanized coating protects your investment and apparatus budget for decades to come by preventing the corrosion that can crack frames and put your fire apparatus out of service.”
Learn more about the HME HDGTM chassis at this year’s FDIC where two of their new apparatus will be introduced to the fire service utilizing the all new HDGTM chassis. View these products and more at booth #9840 in the Lucas Oil Stadium.
HME Ahrens-Fox offers a full line of aerial apparatus, custom and commercial pumpers, tankers, specialty pumpers and mini pumpers, which include some of the shortest wheelbase special attack pumpers in the world. The stellar company located in Wyoming, MI., has become the fastest growing, single source, custom heavy duty stainless fire and emergency apparatus manufacturer today, thanks to its diversity in products, services and customer base. To find your nearest sales representative and to view their entire product line-up, visit http://www.firetrucks.com.
For more information on the company contact Mitch Willoughby, Sales Director at moc.kcurtemh@whctim.