- Unit Type: Pumper/Tanker
- Year: 2013
- Manufacturer: KME Fire Apparatus
- Chassis Manufacturer:
- Model: Predator LFD
- Engine: Cummins ISX 500 hp
- Transmission: Allison
- Pump: Onan 10,000-watt PTO
- Tank: 2,500-gallon polypropolene
- Location: PA
The Fivepointville Fire Company in Denver, Pa. recently took delivery of a KME custom pumper/tanker.
The unit is built on a Predator 100-inch cab and chassis with a 22-inch raised roof and seating for eight occupants. It also has a 16-inch front bumper extension and roll stability control.
For fighting fires, it has a Hal Qmax 175, 1,750-gpm single stage pump and a 2,500-gallon water tank with three Newton dump valves and a 2 1/2-inch Fireman's Friend at the rear.
The 34-foot 5-inch long apparatus also has 199-inch flatback body constructed of 3/16-inch aluminum with a vertical ladder storage compartment on the officer's side of the body beside the tank. It features pull-out tool board, adjustable shelves and pull-out trays.
For electrical needs, the apparatus is fitted with a Weldon V-Mux multiplex system, Whelen warning lights, Hannay electric cord reel and a rear vision camera.