198 Rescue

A 2008 Spartan / Precision Rescue, powered by a Cummins 500 horsepower engine and Allison automatic transmission. A 21 foot non-walkin stainless steel body is paired with a Spartan MFD cab and chassis with seating for 6 firefighters. All emergency...


Apparatus Details

Unit Name:
198 Rescue
Unit Type:
Rescue
Year:
2008
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Engine:
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Department:
Mt. Lebanon Fire Department
Location:
Pennsylvania

A 2008 Spartan / Precision Rescue, powered by a Cummins 500 horsepower engine and Allison automatic transmission. A 21 foot non-walkin stainless steel body is paired with a Spartan MFD cab and chassis with seating for 6 firefighters. All emergency lighting is LED, providing exceptional life, awesome brightness, and low amp draw. Three hydraulic reels, two electric reels, two low pressure air reels and one high pressure breathing air reel provide immediate light, power and rescue capabilities. An array of Hurst Centaur hydraulic rescue tools are carried, as well as DeWalt corded and 36 volt cordless power tools. Both gasoline powered and electric circular and chain saws allow cutting virtually any material, in any location. A 30KW Harrison hydraulic generator provides light and power. A total of 10,450 watts of quartz halogen scene lighting is available, plus a 27' vertical light tower equipped with two 1000 watt metal halide floodlights. Three winches allow securing vehicles in precarious positions; a portable 2000 pound gasoline-powered unit, vehicle mounted 5000 pound electric unit which can be attached to either side or the rear, and a 12,000 pound electric unit mounted in the front bumper. The vehicle is designed to support vehicle, trench, elevator, high- and low-angle rope, and confined space rescue; has Hazmat (Hazardous Materials) incident mitigation supplies; provides for refill of SCBA (Self-Contained Breathing Appartus) at fire incidents; illuminates emergency scenes for safety, and is our primary RIT (Rapid Intervention Team) unit.