Danko Emergency Equipment

 

Danko Emergency Equipment is a family owned business manufacturing and selling high quality fire fighting and emergency vehicles to fire departments, rural fire districts and governmental entities. They manufacture many types of vehicles including:

  • Tankers
  • Tanker/Pumpers
  • Quick Attacks
  • Rescue Trucks
  • Brush Trucks
  • Slip-in Units
  • Wildland Vehicles
  • Airport Units, and other Specialty Vehicles.

 

Danko believes that “The harder you look, the better we look” and after shopping around our customers have found that the quality of work and the ease of operation makes the Danko product the one they want in their fire station.Please feel free to browse all of Danko’s Demo trucks below, or feel free to give us a call and we can visit with you about which Danko product will best fit your department’s needs.

 

Danko Demo / Stock Trucks

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Danko Recent Deliveries

 

 

 

Recent Deliveries

 
Melrose Fire Department
Wildland/Grass Truck built on Freightliner Chassis. It carries 1000 gallons of water and has a Hale pump.

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Texico Fire Department
Quick Attack/Grass Truck built on Ford F-550 Chassis. It carries 500 gallons of water and has a Hale pump.

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Dora Fire Department
Quick Attack/Grass Truck built on Ford F-550 Chassis. It carries 400 gallons of water and has a Waterous pump.

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Milnesand Fire Department
Tanker/Wildland Truck built on International Chassis. It carries 1500 gallons of water and has a Waterous pump.

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Portales Fire Department
Quick Attack/Grass Truck built on Ford F-550 Chassis. It carries 400 gallons of water and has a Waterous pump.

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Jal Fire Department
Quick Response/Rescue on Ford F-550 Chassis. It has a Whelen emergency lighting package and front transverse compartment.

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