The TITAN® series gives you the option of a 16m (55 ft.) or a 20m (65 ft.) high reach extendable turret (HRET). Enhance your firefighting capabilities on large body aircraft with the HRET waterway, designed to deliver 5678 lpm  (1,500 gpm) in the stowed position and 3785/1893 lpm (1000/500 gpm) dual flow when elevated. A single, large double-acting hydraulic cylinder on the lower boom section places the turret into either LOW/MID/HIGH attack position.

The TITAN® EXT configuration with a forward reach of 14m (46 ft.) mid attack and 7m (23 ft.)  at low attack can rapidly deliver foam solution with pinpoint accuracy to multiple fuselage positions or the undercarriage of large body aircraft. Additionally, from a low attack position foam solution can roll-on or blanket a hydrocarbon fuel spill at ground level to enhance fire-fighting methods.

A fuselage penetration device with ultra-motion fully proportional technology provides a linear controlled movement when entering through windows or is able to rapid-fire when piercing aircraft skins. The penetrator is able rotate 270 degrees to position the piercing nozzle at multiple angles, providing a huge advantage on low attack to the cargo section of aircraft. With extension pieces available up to 153 cm (60 in.) the fire crew can locate the source of fire inside a cargo pod, penetrate the fuselage, and continue into the cargo container discharging extinguishing media.

Roll Cage Cab

The TITAN® cab is constructed using 4.76 mm (3/16 in.) aluminum alloy plate for the roof, floor, and outer skins welded to a high-strength extruded aluminum alloy frame. The internal cab structure is designed to create an interlocking roll-cage, to effectively transmit roof loads downward into the sub-frame structure and prevent the occupant compartment from crushing in a serious accident. In fact, the cab was third-party tested to ECE-R29 standards at an impressive 29,000 kg (64,000 lbs.) roof load, which is 2X the required, without indication of deformation.

E-ONE ECOLOGIC® - Integration

The E-ONE ECOLOGIC® system is a patented foam testing method using either an on-board or self-contained mobile cart test system as a means of testing flow rates and foam proportioning percentage on all discharges, without discharging water/foam solution into the environment.

The mobile cart configuration utilizes a self-contained test system that is easily moved by hand and stored separate from the truck. The foam proportioning percentage is tested using water supplied from the truck’s water tank drain, while isolating the foam tank, and directing it through a highly accurate electromagnetic flow meter that measures the amount of water passing through the vehicle’s calibrated foam metering system. All new E-ONE TITAN® ARFF trucks are configured with the necessary plumbing to accept the mobile cart configuration. This method also allows an airport fire department with multiple ARFF vehicles to retrofit any existing trucks and use a single mobile cart system to test all their vehicles.

The ECOLOGIC® mobile cart foam test system has been approved and recommended by the Federal Aviation Administration for use in ARFF testing by airport operators.

Download the E-ONE ECOLOGIC® system brochure here.


Scania DC-16 Engine

The Scania DC16 is a robust engine utilizing the technologically advanced XPI Fuel System to give outstanding performance and top fuel efficiency. The engine is available in 670 or 770 HP packages, and achieves peak torque in the lower rpm band, providing impressive engine response for the toughest power demands. The DC16 091A/92A was specifically developed for use in emergency response vehicles to meet the performance demands needed and also comply with the strictest emission regulations in the world. Scania developed the after-treatment systems which are used to meet the emission regulations and have been used for on-highway trucks and buses for over a decade. Scania’s foundation to meet emissions is a Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system which uses Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) and a SCR Catalyst to remove pollutants which are emitted by the engine.

Kessler™ Axles w/ Front Dual Caliper Brakes

All TITAN® series vehicles use Kessler™ axles coupled with a v-link coil spring and shock absorber suspension system to provide outstanding off-road mobility. Kessler™ is a leading manufacturer of drive components for heavy mobile equipment, producing approximately 45,000 axles and gearboxes per year. Rear steer axles are available as an option on all TITAN® configurations. Wheel ends are provided with massive 432 mm (17 in.) rotors and disc brakes as standard. Dual caliper brake assemblies are equipped on all front axles for superior braking performance.

Rear Body Swing Out Assembly

Rear engine access is provided by hinged swing out style assemblies located on each side and through a “lift up” section on top of the body for ease of maintenance and service of all engine components and fluid fills. The rear body also has an integrated rear ladder design, 140 cm (56 in.) in width recessed into the body structure for greater safety ascending or descending the top of the vehicle.

Twin Disc Transmission / Power Divider

The Twin Disc transmission system combines advanced features, world class manufacturing techniques and over 100 years of industry experience into each package. Innovations such as the variable speed impeller found in the Twin Disc torque converter improves system efficiency and reduces maintenance requirements. A modulating clutch directs power flow through the converter based upon operator demand.

Under normal driving conditions, the modulating clutch is locked and full engine horsepower is directed to the transmission allowing the vehicle to be quickly brought up to speed. When used in pump-and-roll mode, engine horsepower is continuously transmitted through the PTO to the fire pump, while a smaller amount is directed to the transmission to facilitate maneuverability. All this happens seamlessly through the use of the advanced TDEC-501 control system, which has been specifically calibrated for use in E-ONE TITAN® vehicles.

V-MUX® Multiplex Control System

Multiplexing is a means of transmitting multiple signals over one line. E-ONE uses the Weldon V-MUX® system to control critical functions such as electric load shedding, pump operation and climate and warning light controls. The V-MUX® system reduces the number of wires needed meaning fewer splices and connectors and allows for built-in diagnostics that can be incorporated into the displays. These vehicle systems and component controls are integrated into one location and provided with download software for easy troubleshooting and updating for the end user.