Humboldt Volunteer Fire Department

Humboldt VFD

Humboldt Volunteer Fire Department Humboldt, Kansas Specifications Type: Quick Attack 400RM Tank: 400 gallon UPF Pump: Hale HPX200-B18 Truck Body/Chassis: Race Red 2021 Ford F-450 Regular Cab Super Duty Additional Features Weis Custom 20” walkway Rear-mounted pump controls In-cab console-mounted Streamlight Vulcan LED flashlight FRC LED tank level indicator (one mounted on rear panel, one in-cab) Akron full flow […]

Hutchinson Fire Department

Weis QA3000RM Hutchinson FD

Hutchinson Fire Department Hutchinson, Kansas Specifications Type: QA300RM Tank: 300 gallon Pump: Hale HPX200- B18 Truck Body: Customer Supplied Ford F-450 Chassis:  Super Cab (extended) Additional Features Weis Custom cab step bars 41″ Continental Single Tire Package Custom 20” walkway Custom driver and passenger side compartments Custom under-body compartment with pull-out tool tray Black-textured, powder-coat finished diamond plate fire-body […]

Guymon Fire Department

Guymon Fire Department

Guymon Fire Department Guymon, Oklahoma Specifications Type: Stallion 1500RM Tank: 1500 gallon Pump: Hale HP200 Truck Body: 2021 Freightliner Chassis: Regular Cab Additional Features Rear-Mounted Pump Controls Two 8′ x 1.0” forestry hose whip lines at the front walkway area with one (1) TFT 1.0” QuadraFog   5-10-24-40-60 GPM adjustable gallonage nozzle with pistol grip Hannay heavy duty electric rewind […]

2019 Toyne Dealer Summit

2019 Toyne Dealer Summit

2019 Toyne Dealer Summit Weis Fire & Safety Equipment was honored to accept these three awards at the recent Toyne Dealer Summit: (1) Dealer of the Year (2018-2019) (2) Outstanding Achievement (2018-2019) (3) Outstanding Sales Performance Award (2018-2019) Congratulations to Mike Weis, Bruce Brazzle, and our sales team. We are proud to be a Toyne Dealer – contact […]

We Have NFPA 1906 Compliant WROPS and So Can You!

Weis Fire WROPS apparatus at FDIC

We Have NFPA 1906 Compliant WROPS and So Can You! We just recently introduced our NFPA 1906 Compliant Weis Rollover Protection System at the FDIC in Indy.  In fact, you can see the truck we built on the Recent Deliveries section on our website. We specifically built this unit to meet or exceed NFPA 1906 and comply the SAE […]

Approaching Debut of 1906 WROPS

building a WROPS apparatus

Approaching Debut of 1906 WROPS Approaching Debut of 1906 WROPS Well, it’s been a few months since we last talked about the new 1906 ROPS system that is coming down the pike.  We have been very, very busy and are currently working on the design and testing of our new 1906 compliant ROPS system for wildland fire […]

Roll Over Protection for Weis Fire

Weis Fire Apparatus being built

Roll Over Protection for Weis Fire In my last blog, I shared with you some of the reactions we received from our customers visiting our booth at FDIC 2015 regarding the new NFPA 1906 standard.  Most didn’t really like the idea…so we suggest that if you want to save some money, and still get a high quality, […]

NFPA Roll Cage Protection

Fire Apparatus walkway

NFPA Roll Cage Protection In my last blog, I shared with you how the new NFPA 1906 rollover protection system has come about.  I stated that it was almost exclusively due to one manufacturer pushing his safety agenda on the rest of the industry and the fire service. We displayed a very nice truck at FDIC […]

NFPA Rollover Origins

Weis Quick Attack being built

NFPA Rollover Origins In last week’s blog, I talked about the new NFPA 1906 standard that take affect January 1, 2016.  I said that I would be discussing why this change has come about and how we, along with peers and customers, feel about this. This change in regulations is, in large part, due to an […]

NFPA Proposed Pump and Roll Firefighting Riding Position

Weis Quick Attack in production

NFPA Proposed Pump and Roll Firefighting Riding Position Mike Weis, President & General Manager, Weis Fire & Safety Effective January 1, 2016, the Standard for Wildland Fire Apparatus is going to make a dramatic change under NFPA 1906.  It will state that if you are riding externally on a vehicle, you must be seated in […]