We’re highly experienced fire industry professionals – that means firefighters and longtime apparatus sales and service professionals. What does that mean for you? We spend our time listening, helping, and just plain taking care of what you need. We figure out what configurations, technologies and options work for you, not for the assembly line. We deliver service where and when you need it, not where it’s convenient for us. And, we make sure your new fire apparatus or ambulance is exceptional.
RedSky Represents Smeal Fire Apparatus, Demers Ambulances, US Tanker Co., Marque Ambulance, Ladder Tower Co. & Danko Emergency Equipment
We are very pleased to represent the Smeal® brand of fire apparatus. Smeal is a major manufacturer in the fire and rescue industry and has thousands of apparatus and aerials throughout North America. Smeal products are feature-rich and blend the best of “old school” reliability with effective, modern technologies. They manufacture a full line of apparatus including custom and commercial chassis pumpers, pumper tankers and an extensive, top-tier aerial product that includes both ladders and platforms. Their apparatus are available with a variety of custom and commercial chassis, depending on preference.
RedSky and US Tanker Co. have had a long-time relationship, providing outstanding elliptical, wet-side and dry-side tankers and pumpers for customers who believe quality, longevity and value for investment are important buying factors. US Tanker is now a Smeal Company.
LTC™ aerials, formerly known as LTI, have over four decades of durability and performance in the toughest operational environments. More than 5,000 of these aerials have been built since they were first introduced in the late 1960s. In fact, Ladder Tower Co. and Smeal, their parent company, have more combined experience engineering, building, testing and supporting aerials than anyone else in the industry.
We are also pleased to tell you that we sell Danko Emergency Equipment, Smeal’s marketing partner. Danko’s product line includes:
- 1,500 to 5,000 gallon tankers / tenders in wetside, dryside and elliptical configurations
- Mini-pumpers and quick attacks
- Light/medium rescues with 8 to 14 foot bodies lengths
- Wildland flatbeds with skids units from 50 to 500-gallon capacities
- Airport Rapid Intervention Vehicles (RIVs), Classes 1, 2 and 3
- Ultra-High and High Pressure Fire Suppression Pump Systems