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The Solution to All of Your Budget Needs

Posted in Our Apparatus on February 8, 2013

Luverne, MN – Is your fire department in need of a new tanker but you can’t afford one? We have a practical solution! Introducing the All-POLY™ PT2 1800 gallon Wildland tanker with pricing starting under $120,000, for a complete unit that is ready to go. We currently have in stock and ready for immediate delivery an All-POLY™ […]

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Now Offering a Full Line of Wildland Vehicles

Posted in Our Apparatus on January 21, 2013

Luverne, MN – January 21, 2013 – Midwest Fire has more than 25 years of experience in manufacturing quality Tanker, Tanker-Pumpers, Rescue-Pumpers, and Pumpers. We are excited to offer a full line of Wildland Vehicles ranging from Skid Units, Quick-Attack Vehicles, Aluminum Flat-beds to Wildland Tankers, offering a wide variety of options including All-POLY™ Construction with […]

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An Economical Advantage for Those Who Need it

Posted in Our Apparatus on September 19, 2012

Luverne, MN – Sept. 19 2012 – Midwest Fire has introduced the Econo Series. The Econo series was created for departments that do not have the same economical advantages as others. We stripped the truck, including the price, giving you only the essential items that you need to help fight the fire. The Econo series […]

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Introducing the Side-Mount Pump

Posted in Our Apparatus on August 16, 2011

Introducing the side-mount pump configuration! It is an ideal solution for applications such as small compact tanker-pumpers. Available in a 500 GPM or 750 GPM PTO driven pump. Pump module panel and all plumbing is constructed of stainless steel for long life.Introducing the side-mount pump configuration! It is an ideal solution for applications such as small compact tanker-pumpers.

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You Have Options

Posted in Our Apparatus on December 23, 2010

The success of Midwest Fire is based on the construction of high quality tankers and tanker pumpers. This proven apparatus design has typically utilized galvanneal steel for its high corrosion resistant qualities. But it’s no secret that Midwest Fire is flexible when it comes to the use of different metals. To meet the requirements of […]

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