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- Unit Type: Aerial Ladder
- Year: 2012
- Manufacturer: KME Fire Apparatus
- Chassis Manufacturer:
- Model: KME
- Engine: Cummins ISL 9 450 hp
- Transmission: Allison 3000EVS
- Pump: Hale Qma 2,000 gpm
- Tank: 500-gallon
- Generator: Harrison 10Kw PTO HYD
- Aerial: 79-foot
- Location: PA
The members of the Undine Fire Company, Station 2, in Bellefonte, have taken delivery of a 79-foot quint built by KME. It's powered by a Cummins engine and an Allison transmission. To fight fire, it has a Hale pump and a 500-gallon water tank. It's also equipped with a 79-foot aerial with an unrestricted 750-pound tip load dry and a 500-pound load flowing 1,500 gpm through the waterway.
The firefighters say it's a perfect apparatus for their coverage area with tight streets and limited access. Firefighters say the aerial's overall length is not much longer than it's newest engine.