Seagrave Fire Apparatus, LLC.

Clintonville, WI 54929


About Seagrave Fire Apparatus, LLC.

Seagrave offers a full range of products including aerials, Aerialscopes, TDAs, custom and commercial pumpers, tankers, and rescues.


105 East 12th Street
Clintonville, WI 54929
United States of America

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Seagrave offers a full range of products including aerials, Aerialscopes, TDAs, custom and commercial pumpers, tankers, and rescues. Seagrave engineers and builds its own aerial ladders and chassis, one of Seagrave's distinctions.

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Seagrave Celebrates 140th Anniversary

June 25, 2021
Seagrave Fire Apparatus was found by Fredric Seagrave in Detroit in 1881 and will be celebrating the company their workforce this year.
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Seagrave Names Parmeziani President and CEO

Dec. 5, 2019
Seagrave Fire Apparatus is pleased to announce the appointment of Ulisses D. Parmeziani to President and Chief Executive Officer.
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Seagrave to Appear on 'World's Greatest' TV Show

Nov. 21, 2019
Seagrave Fire Apparatus based in Clintonville, WI, will soon be featured on "World’s Greatest," a 30-minute TV show showcasing companies, products, places, and people.
Belmont, Calif., Fire Protection District’s new 1,500 GPM Pumper (that was on display in February at Firehouse World 2016) is an example of FWD Seagrave’s best-selling Marauder II.

Seagrave Strengthens Sales and Service in California

Feb. 19, 2016
FWD Seagrave has expanded sales and service in the state of California to strengthen response capability for past, current and future customers.
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FWD Seagrave Offers Refurbishment and Rechassis Services

Feb. 18, 2016
FWD Seagrave offers electrical diagnosis, repair, refurbishment or rechassis as a fast, efficient and cost-effective alternative for departments without the budget for a new truck...
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Seagrave Featured on Discovery Channel’s Daily Planet

May 5, 2015
Seagrave is featured on an episode of Daily Planet on the Discovery Channel. Daily Planet is Discovery Channel’s flagship science magazine show that delivers a mix of documentaries...
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Seagrave Donates Mural on New FDNY Squad 61 Rig

Feb. 7, 2014
The mural was donated by workers when this replaced a rig donated by Seagrave following Sept. 11.
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Mark Aronberg, Assistant Commissioner for FDNY Fleet Services (right), presents plaque to A. Joseph Neiner Chairman and CEO of Seagrave Fire Apparatus, LLC (left) Clintonville, Wis.

FDNY Recognizes Seagrave For Support During Superstorm Sandy

May 13, 2013
The Fire Department of New York City (“FDNY”) recognized Seagrave Fire Apparatus, LLC for their dedication and support provided during the recent tragic events following Superstorm...
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Seagrave Delivers Pumper to Albuquerque Fire Department

Jan. 25, 2012
THE ALBUQUERQUE, NM, FIRE DEPARTMENT has taken delivery of a Seagrave Marauder II pumper powered by a 500-hp Cummins ISM engine, Allison 4000EVS transmission, 2,000-gpm Waterous...

Articles & News

Photo by Glen E. Ellman
Enhanced breaking, smarter seat belts and roll cages have led the way in the efforts by fire departments, apparatus manufacturers and technology suppliers to make the trip to the incident scene safer for firefighters.

Minimizing Over-the-Road Accidents

April 18, 2022
Michael Wilbur explains why apparatus committees should consider numerous technological advancements that make traveling to fires safer for firefighters.
All photos by Tom W. Shand
The Prince George’s County, MD, Fire/EMS Department recently placed into service this 2021 Pierce Enforcer two-door, walk-in rescue that has extensive cab and body compartmentation. It’s built on a 223½-inch wheelbase and has an overall length of 38 feet 1 inch.
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Heavy Rescue Rigs: It’s More than Just Size

Nov. 15, 2021
Tom Shand provides substantial information that might escape some members of apparatus committees when it comes to considering a single- or tandem-axle design for a new heavy ...
Photos by Tom Shand
Howard County, MD, Engine 141 is a 2019 KME Predator Severe Service model. It utilizes an extended cab compartment to provide storage space for two SCBAs on each side of the apparatus.

The Apparatus Architect: Innovations and Trends—How Clean Is Your Apparatus?

Jan. 18, 2021
Tom Shand and Michael Wilbur urge departments to explore the trends in the "clean cab concept."
Photo by Scott LaPrade

2020 Apparatus Showcase

Nov. 1, 2020
In the 2020 Apparatus Showcase, manufacturers display the latest and greatest in fire-rescue and EMS apparatus.
Photos by Tom Shand
Portable ground ladders are needed at every structural fire. These include multiple extension ladders to access all sides and floors to protect members and for life safety. Every aerial device needs to carry sufficient ground ladders of various lengths to accomplish this task.

The Apparatus Architect: Apparatus Design & Ground Ladders

Nov. 1, 2020
Tom Shand and Michael Wilbur call attention to what many might overlook: how the initial concept of a new aerial device might neglect the accommodation of a smart complement of...
Photos courtesy of Jeffrey Braun
Jeffrey Braun (left), who is a firefighter/EMT-B for the Lyons, IL, Fire Department (LFD), with LFD Fire Chief Gordon Nord, Jr., who is holding one of two airport rescue firefighting vehicles (AARF) that Braun built from Lego blocks. Braun is holding the replica that he built of the Alsip, IL, Fire Department’s Engine 2063, which he made for that department’s chief.

Let's Roll: The Lego Fleet

Sept. 1, 2020
Firehouse Magazine Managing Editor Rich Dzierwa found a firefighter in Illinois whose side hustle deepens his love of the fire service and expands his network of firefighting ...
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2019 Apparatus Showcase

Nov. 1, 2019
In the 2019 Apparatus Showcase, manufacturers display the latest and greatest in fire-rescue and EMS apparatus.
This Seagrave tandem-axle rescue from Potomac Heights, MD, is outfitted with a well-designed tool and equipment layout including rescue and fireground support gear. Photos by Tom W. Shand

Apparatus Architect: New Innovations to Fit Your Departmental Needs

Nov. 1, 2019
Tom Shand and Michael Wilbur provide a review of changes in fire apparatus design and how they may influence your day-to-day operations.
Polypropylene is a strong plastic that has gained popularity in the fire service because it's corrosion and impact resistant.
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With Apparatus Body Materials, There Are Choices

June 21, 2019
Aluminum, stainless steel, polypropylene and even carbon fiber can be used to build fire apparatus bodies, and each material's characteristics give firefighters many choices.

Videos & Resources

BME Fire built this 10-person wildland crew carrier for the Ventura County, CA, Fire Department. The vehicle features Signtronics intercom systems, pivot and reclining seats, tubular body construction and features a custom-built BME console.

FHWorld18: Latest Fire & Emergency Vehicles on Display

March 12, 2018
Over 60 emergency vehicles, including apparatus, ambulance and boats, were displayed at Firehouse World.

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THE EAST GREENWICH TOWNSHIP, NJ, FIRE & RESCUE DEPARTMENT has taken delivery of an E-ONE eMAX rescue engine.

New Deliveries 4/14

April 1, 2014
HALTOM CITY, TX, FIRE/RESCUE has taken delivery of a Rosenbauer Cobra 100-foot midmount aerial platform mounted on a Rosenbauer Commander chassis. Components include a Rosenbauer...
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New Deliveries 1/14

Jan. 1, 2014
THE EATONTOWN, NJ, FIRE DEPARTMENT has taken delivery of a Pierce Velocity 75-foot quint equipped with a 500-hp Detroit Diesel DD13 engine, 2,000-gpm Waterous pump, 500-gallon...
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Apparatus Showcase 2013

Nov. 1, 2013
Firehouse® presents its annual Apparatus Showcase, featuring the latest manufacturer offerings.
Photo by Joel Gebet
WHITESVILLE FIRE COMPANY 1 in Jackson, NJ, has taken delivery of a Rosenbauer Viper 109-foot aerial ladder

New Deliveries 9/13

Sept. 1, 2013
WHITESVILLE FIRE COMPANY 1 in Jackson, NJ, has taken delivery of a Rosenbauer Viper 109-foot aerial ladder built on a Spartan Gladiator chassis. Components include a 525-hp Caterpillar...
Photo by Joel Gebet
The Upper Frederick Township, PA, Fire Company has taken delivery of a Darley Vision pumper-tanker.

New Deliveries 5/13

May 1, 2013
THE UPPER FREDERICK TOWNSHIP, PA, FIRE COMPANY has taken delivery of a Darley Vision pumper-tanker built on a Spartan MetroStar chassis. The unit features a 450-hp Cummins ISL9...
The St. Pete Beach, FL, Fire Department has taken delivery of an E-ONE Sidestacker 78-foot aerial

New Deliveries 4/13

April 1, 2013
THE ST. PETE BEACH, FL, FIRE DEPARTMENT has taken delivery of an E-ONE Sidestacker 78-foot aerial built on an E-ONE Cyclone II chassis. Components include a 450-hp Cummins ISL...
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New Deliveries 1/13

Jan. 1, 2013
THE VALLEY FORGE, PA, VOLUNTEER FIRE COMPANY has taken delivery of a Spartan ERV pumper built on a Spartan Gladiator chassis and equipped with a 2,000-gpm Waterous pump, 1,000...
Photo by Scott LaPrade
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Apparatus Showcase

Nov. 5, 2012
ALEXIS The Saunemin, IL, Fire Protection District operates an Alexis custom pumper/tanker built on an HME 1871 MFDxL chassis powered by a 360-hp Cummins ISC engine with an Allison...
Photos by Tom Shand
The Allentown Road Volunteer Fire Department in Fort Washington, MD, operates this Spartan/Crimson pumper with a low-hosebed design to permit rapid and safe advancement of attack lines. Note the smooth-bore nozzles on both the two- and 2½-inch lines.
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The Apparatus Architect: Matching Your Apparatus to Your Needs

Nov. 1, 2012
Tom Shand and Mike Wilbur explain why you must match the apparatus specifications to meet the needs of the response area.