Fire & Rescue

Choosing engines to power equipment used in emergency situations is a critical decision. That’s why you’ll find Vanguard engines on more industry-leading pieces of equipment.

Industry OEMs

We work with a wide variety of OEMs who trust us to build engines that work in concert with their fire & rescue equipment. See the list below.

Powering Pumps and Slip-On Units.

Check out all Cascade equipment

Powering various types of pumps.

Check out all Banjo products

Powering Portable Pumps.

Check out all Class 1 products

Powering Ultra High Pressure Fire Suppression Systems.

Check out all Danko equipment

Powering Large Structure Ventilators and Powerstream® PPV blowers.

Check out all Euramco Safety equipment

Powering Skid Units.

Check out all FYR-TEK equipment

Powering types of Power Units.

Check out all Hurst equipment

Powering types of Power Units.

Check out all Lukas Industrial equipment

Powering Water Pumps and Compressed Air Foam Systems.

Check out all Neel Fire products

Powering Portable Fire-Fighting Units.

Check out all Parasal equipment

Powering PPV Petrol-driven fans.

Check out all Leader equipment

Powering Portable Pumps and Poly Skids.

Check out all Rowe Industries equipment

Powering Portable Pumps.

Check out all W.S. Darley products

Powering Portable Slide-in Compressed Air Foam Systems.

Check out all Waterous equipment

Powering Water Pumps.

Check out all Waterax products

POPULAR Fire & Rescue Engines

When every second counts, and failure is not an option, our commercial engines consistently deliver in the clutch. Compact, powerful, and reliable, fire & rescue professionals turn to Vanguard when lives hang in the balance.

37.0 Gross HP* EFI

  • 993cc Engine
  • Magnetron® Electronic Ignition
  • Advanced Debris Management

23.0 Gross HP*

  • 627cc Engine
  • Advanced Debris Management
  • 3-Year Commercial Engine Warranty

6.5 Gross HP*

  • 205cc Engine
  • TransportGuard™
  • 3-Year Commercial Engine Warranty
*All power levels are stated gross horsepower at 3600 RPM per SAE J1940.