All Swab rescue bodies feature tubular aluminum, or stainless steel, frame construction. This tubular body skeleton sets Swab bodies apart from the competition. Bodies are welded into a free-standing structure in which individual, free-standing compartment boxes are then installed. No compartment box shares a common wall with another compartment box, nor the front or rear body panels. A 2” air space around all compartment boxes allows for proper ventilation of the boxes, and provides space to conceal wiring and hoses behind and between the compartment boxes. No wiring is ever seen running down the back, or across the ceiling, of a Swab rescue compartment!
As all outside body paneling is affixed to the skeletal structure of the body, accident repairs are much easier to perform on Swab rescue bodies than on bodies where compartment boxes and outside walls make up the structure of the body itself. All Swab rescue bodies are easily transferable to new chassis.
We are an OEM distributor for Spartan custom fire chassis, however we build on almost any make of chassis. Customers are welcome to provide their own chassis, or we can provide a “turn-key” package based on your chassis specifications.
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Champion Series Features
Commander Series Features
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