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THE FORT LEE, NJ, FIRE DEPARTMENT has taken delivery of a Sutphen custom pumper/tanker built on a Sutphen Monarch chassis. Components include a 515-hp Detroit Diesel engine, Telma retarder, 2,000-gpm Waterous CMUH pump, 250-gallon foam tank, Foam Pro 3060D foam system, Task Force Tips Monsoon remote-control deck gun, 15-kilowatt Harrison generator, Will-Burt light tower and Whelen LED lighting. Indicate 2XX on the Reader Service Card. Photo by Ron Jeffers
THE ALBUQUERQUE, NM, FIRE DEPARTMENT has taken delivery of a Seagrave Marauder II pumper powered by a 500-hp Cummins ISM engine, Allison 4000EVS transmission, 2,000-gpm Waterous CSU pump and 500-gallon UPF poly tank. Indicate 2XX on the Reader Service Card.
THE YOUNGSTOWN, PA, VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT has taken delivery of a Darley/Dodge all-wheel-drive quick-attack unit equipped with a 305-hp Cummins engine, 250-gpm Darley pump, 300 gallon water tank with 25 gallon foam tank, FoamPro 2001 foam system, Elkhart Sidewinder bumper turret and eight-kilowatt Harrison generator. Indicate 2XX on the Reader Service Card.
THE SCULLVILLE VOLUNTEER FIRE COMPANY in Egg Harbor Township, NJ, has taken delivery of a Pierce Velocity pumper equipped with Detroit Series 60 DD13 engine, Allison 4000EVS automatic transmission, 1,500-gpm Waterous CSU pump, 1,000-gallon UPF Poly Tank IIE water tank, 20-kilowatt generator, Whelen LED warning lights and Havis-Shields quartz lights with Kwik-Raze. Indicate 2XX on the Reader Service Card. Photo by Dennis C. Sharpe
THE CITY OF NEWPORT, VT, FIRE DEPARTMENT has taken delivery of a Smeal custom pumper built on a Spartan Metro Star chassis powered by a 350-hp Cummins ISC engine with an Allison 3000EVS transmission. The unit is equipped with a 1,500-gpm Waterous pump, 1,000-gallon poly tank and eight-kilowatt Onan generator. Indicate 2XX on the Reader Service Card.
COMMUNITY LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS INC. in Lackawanna County, PA, has taken delivery of two Medtec RediMedic ambulances. The units feature a recessed overhead grab-rail, angled and protected roll-up flooring, ducted air conditioning, sweep-out and drop-down compartments, set-back upper interior cabinets, 10-switch front electrical panel, fire-grade ADP step well and sharps and waste compartment within the squad bench. Indicate 2XX on the Reader Service Card.
THE VILLAGE OF TRUMANSBURG, NY, FIRE DEPARTMENT has taken delivery of a KME 79-foot AerialCat ladder built on a KME Predator chassis powered by a 450-hp Cummins ISL engine and featuring a Straight Shot AerialCat body. Components include a 2,000-gpm Waterous pump, 500-gallon UPF Poly IIE tank, 10-kilowatt Harrison generator and Whelen LED lighting package. Indicate 2XX on the Reader Service Card.
CHADRON, NE, RURAL FIRE DISTRICT 2 has taken delivery of a Danko Quick Attack flatbed unit built on a Ford F-550 chassis. Components include a Waterous 2515 pump, 350-gallon water tank, 12-gallon foam cell, FoamPro 1601 foam system, manual portable tank carrier with 3,000-gallon tank and Whelen LED lighting package. Indicate 2XX on the Reader Service Card.
THE FERNDALE, MI, FIRE DEPARTMENT has placed in service a Ferrara Inferno 100-foot mid-mount aerial platform equipped with a five-section aerial, 1,500-gpm Hale Qmax pump, 1,500-gpm Elkhart monitor and 300-gallon tank. Indicate 2XX on the Reader Service Card. Photo by Dennis Walus