- Unit Type: Pumper
- Year: 2014
- Manufacturer: Marion Body Works
- Chassis Manufacturer:
- Model: Spartan Metro Star
- Engine: Cummins ISL9 450hp
- Transmission: Allison 3000EVS
- Pump: Waterous CSU 1,500-gpm
- Tank: 1,500-gallons
- Generator: Onan 15kw
- Aerial: na
- Location: NY
The Volunteer Fire Company of Center Brunswick Inc. has taken delivery of a 1,500 gallon Marion Body Works, engine tanker, built on a Spartan Metro Star chassis with a 10-inch raised roof and seating for six.
It’s powered by a Cummins ISL9 450-hp engine and equipped with a Waterous CSU 1,500 gpm pump. It features a Whelen LED warning light package and Whelen Pioneer scene lights.
It utilizes three pre-connected speed-lays two 1 3/4-inch hand lines and one 2 1/2-inch with TFT flip-tip nozzles.
For supply line it has 1,500 feet of 5-inch LDH. Other equipment includes, TFT Blitzfire Monitor flow range up to 500 gpm, through the tank ladder and long handle tool storage, two 100-foot Hannay electric cord reels, a Cutters Edge roof vent saw and a Husqvarna Fire Rescue K-12 saw with all-purpose cutting blade.
A special thank you to Marion Body works, also Craig Wickam and Jason Harris of CW Innovations for all of their help throughout the process.