Tired of Hoarding Old Equipment?

Every emergency agency has a mezzanine. Or, it may be a closet, a loft, a garage, or anywhere your tools and equipment end up after they are moved to your surplus cache. Unfortunately, most of that perfectly good equipment ends up collecting dust.

 

But what if you could turn that old equipment into new equipment and help other departments outfit their rigs, too? Now you can!

NO MONEY EXCHANGED

WE DO THE DIRTY WORK

TONS OF WELL-KNOWN VENDORS TO CHOOSE FROM

It's free* to list your items! And, instead of receiving cash from the sale that would end up going to your general fund, you'll get credit to spend on new tools and equipment.

*For government agencies only. Vendors can list their items for a nominal fee. 

Some of the biggest hurdles that prevent agencies from clearing out their old equipment are the time and energy it takes to sort through it, take pictures, upload everything to a web platform, etc. Problem solved!

 

We offer In-Person Inventory and Photography services as an add-on feature—simply choose the Book Online services!

We work with many manufacturers and  vendors, so you'll have a great selection of tools and equipment when you're ready to spend your credit. Our vendors include:

  • Akron Brass

  • Arctic Compressor

  • Boundtree Medical

  • CET Manufacturing

  • Cummins

  • Elkhart Brass

  • Enginaire Clean Air Systems

  • Excellance Ambulance

  • Fire Cam

  • FLIR Systems

  • FRC

  • HME Ahrens-Fox

  • HiViz LEDs

  • Kochek

  • Kussmaul

  • Mobilize Rescue Systems

  • Municipal Emergency Services

  • Nupla

  • Performance Advantage Co.

  • Polaris Government and Defense

  • Roscoe Mirrors

  • Seagrave Fire Apparatus

  • South Park

  • Task Force Tips

  • Tomar Lighting

  • VIAIR

  • WATTCO / Whelen

  • Ziamatic

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DEROTIC EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT

Since 2015 Derotic Emergency Equipment, also known as DEE, has been selling and servicing emergency vehicles. Want to know more about us? Visit deroticllc.com

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