Charged EVs | Toronto Hearth Providers orders two Vector electrical hearth vehicles from REV Group subsidiary


Toronto Hearth Providers has ordered two all-electric Vector hearth vehicles from hearth equipment producer Spartan Emergency Response, a subsidiary of the REV Group. The e-trucks had been bought by approved seller Safetek Emergency Autos.

REV Hearth Group launched the Vector hearth truck in August 2021. It’s geared up with 327 kWh of battery capability, and the low battery placement ends in a decrease heart of gravity, and thus enhanced stability whereas working. REV says the Vector delivers the longest electrical pumping period within the business, and that Toronto Hearth crews will be capable to accomplish their typical driving and pumping duties solely on electrical energy. (The Vector is out there with an non-compulsory diesel vary extender.)

The Vector battery storage resolution meets the necessities of the CAN/ULC-S515 Customary for Car Hearth Combating Equipment and the Nationwide Hearth Safety Affiliation (NFPA) 1901 – Customary for Automotive Hearth Equipment, and permits for a whole NFPA-compliant pump check.

“These vehicles could have the identical performance and capabilities as our different pumper vehicles, however will leverage modern electrical automobile know-how,” stated Chief Matthew Pegg of Toronto Hearth Providers.

“We’re proud to companion with Toronto Hearth Providers, the most important hearth service in Canada, and the fifth-largest in North America, to assist defend the folks of Toronto and the setting through which they reside,” stated Mike Virnig, Vice President of Gross sales, REV Hearth Group.

Supply: REV Group


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