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Built on a hard-working 35,000-GVWR commercial chassis and powered by a tough 330-hp engine and with a highly durable and long-lasting stainless-steel powder-coated body, the HME REDFOX is ready to hit the streets and back roads of your community and deliver high-performance firefighting capability. Available with a two- or four-door cab, the REDFOX is capable of carrying three to five crew members. The REDFOX also packs a substantial fire suppression punch with its 1,250-gpm side-mount pump and 1,200-gallon, T-shaped poly water tank plus large storage capacity and special features.
The reliable Kenworth T800 Class 8 model is especially popular with fire districts across the United States. The Kenworth T800 offers excellent durability with a huck-bolted aluminum cab and fiberglass roof that helps to resist corrosion more reliably than a steel cab. This long-lasting durability helps enable customers to amortize their fire truck investment over a number of years. Kenworth also provides the ability to configure both models to a variety of body builders and fire department requirements to meet customer needs. The Kenworth T800 is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year.
Marion Body Works Inc. manufactures a full line of pumpers, including the recently introduced RPM rescue pumper. The RPM features all-aluminum body construction for a lighter body weight, extra payload and no rust. Full-depth, rescue-style compartments, hidden cascade storage and a full-width hosebed maximize the amount of payload space on this unit. The RPM has a streamlined appearance and ergonomic design with easily accessible speedlays and ground ladder removal.
The Northeast Nelson Fire Protection District in Bloomfield, KY, has taken delivery of a Midwest Fire Model PT2 2000 tanker-pumper built on an International 4400 chassis. Components include a MaxxForce engine, Allison 3000EVS transmission, Hale Side-Mount AP 50 pump and 2,000-gallon tank.
Lauderhill, FL, Fire-Rescue has placed in service an E-ONE Typhoon pumper outfitted with a 42/56 rescue pumper body, 450-hp Cummins engine, Allison 3000EVS transmission, 1,500-gpm Hale Qmax pump, 7,500-gallon water tank, 30-gallon foam tank, Firecom headsets, Federal Signal lighting and Fire Research LED scene lights.
This Extendo Bed mounted in Chevrolet Suburban has a double-level deck, drawer, slide-out mounting wall, file drawer, pencil tray, bookcase area, fold-down table and double-sided magnetic easel board, with a storage area for the easel board. All Extendo Beds have over 100% extension with easy one-handed operation.
Medtec Ambulance Corp. is delivering 12 Medtec M168 Type III ambulances to the Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District in Sacramento County, CA. All 12 units will be built on a cutaway chassis with a 159-inch wheelbase, 168-inch-long body and 72 inches of floor to ceiling headroom for maximum interior space. The vehicles also feature a center console, ducted heating and air conditioning, one-piece compartment and entry doors, padded radius cabinet corners and recessed IV holders.
The i-SCOTTY Fire Safety House, measuring 32 feet long and eight feet wide, is a two- room mobile educational trailer intended to prevent fire-related injuries and accidents by teaching children proper fire safety protocol. It makes learning more hands-on with touch screen operation, audience interaction with an on-screen character to allow for ample opportunities for instructor-guided education, reactionary special effects with a question-and-answer session, stimulating decor and special effects that engage the senses. Each model comes standard with the kitchen stage and three options for the rear room: bedroom, theater room or sprinkler demonstration room.