Smeal to Showcase Updated TeleSqurt® Telescoping Aerial Boom at FDIC

SNYDER, NEB. (April 20, 2014)Smeal Fire Apparatus Co. announced today that the first TeleSqurt®
Telescoping Aerial Boom produced by Smeal and Ladder Tower Co. (LTC) will be on display in Smeal
Booth #3536 at the Fire Department Instructors Conference (FDIC) in Indianapolis, Ind. The new aerial
features the Smeal QL-12™ Peer-to-Peer Electrical System for enhanced reliability and a new electricover-
hydraulic aerial control system. This compact aerial provides the mobility of a pumper with 65-foot
vertical reach and 50-foot horizontal reach. This TeleSqurt will be delivered to Medina Fire Department in
northeastern Ohio.

“The TeleSqurt aerial is legendary, and we are extremely proud to be the ones to revitalize it for the
modern firefighting environment. This aerial device with elevated master stream has been a favorite
among fire departments for decades, and it has a unique role in the North American fire service,” said Jeff
Wegner, Smeal’s vice president of sales.

TeleSqurt Telescoping Aerial Boom

This new 65-foot TeleSqurt Telescoping Aerial Boom features a three-section extruded aluminum box
boom, which provides excellent vertical and horizontal reach with a short bedded length, short wheelbase,
minimum front overhang and a high degree of maneuverability. The boom operates from 10 degrees
below horizontal to 85 degrees above. Dual A-frame-style stabilizers are positioned in front of and behind
the axles, providing maximum stability with a spread of just 11’9” for setup in tight streets, alleys and culde-
sacs. The TeleSqurt aerial is available in 65-foot and 50-foot lengths.

Smeal’s QL-12 multiplex electrical system, electric-over-hydraulic joystick control and LED lighting are
standard. This TeleSqurt is equipped with a 1,500 gpm Waterous CMXC20 pump, 750-gallon water tank
and is capable of flowing 1,000 gpm at the tip. Fold-down handrails provide for a low overall travel height
of 11’9” to accommodate low station doors, aqueducts and bridges. It features a Smeal™ Sirius® chassis
with a 199-inch wheelbase.

Smeal’s dealer, Fire Safety Services, Inc., in Huntsville, Ohio, sold and will service this new aerial. Fire
Safety Services is led by President Steve Spath.

Medina Fire Department

Medina Fire Department is a combination department with four stations in northeastern Ohio. The 45-
person department’s response area covers more than 35 square miles and includes a historic district, a
significant number of industrial facilities, interstate highway, residential and rural areas. The department’s
fleet includes a Smeal 105’ aerial and a Smeal custom pumper.

Smeal Fire Apparatus Co.

Smeal Fire Apparatus Co., including US Tanker Fire Apparatus LLC and Ladder Tower Co., is recognized
as a premier manufacturer, inventor and innovator of customized fire apparatus. The company offers a full
line of custom and commercial pumpers, rescue pumpers, mini and rescue pumpers, stainless steel tanker
/ tenders, aerial ladders, platforms, TDA’s, wildland, and urban interface vehicles. Smeal is committed to
leading the industry in high quality fire apparatus, delivery times and customer experience. Smeal sells its
products worldwide and is based in Snyder, Neb. To learn more, visit

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