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DEEP GAP, NC
BETHESDA-CHEVY CHASE, MD
NORTHEAST FORT BEND COUNTY
NORTHEAST FORT BEND COUNTY
CLIFFSIDE PARK, NJ
THE DEEP GAP, NC, VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT has taken delivery of a KME elliptical ES tanker built on an International 7600 SBA chassis powered by a 430-hp Maxxforce 13 engine. Components include a 3,000-gallon poly tank, 30-gallon foam cell, 500-gpm Hale AP-50 pump, FoamLogix 2.1 foam system and Whelen warning lights. Indicate 2XX on the Reader Service Card.
THE BETHESDA-CHEVY CHASE, MD, RESCUE SQUAD has taken delivery of a PLC Custom/Rescue 1 heavy rescue built on a Spartan Gladiator chassis. The hydraulic rescue tool system uses an Amkus Ultimate pump system with six pre-connected reels to enable simultaneous use of up to 10 hydraulic tools up to 125 feet from the truck. Features include 12,000-pound front winch, 20,000-pound rear winch, 30-kilowatt Harrison generator, Will-Burt light tower and two Hannay electrical reels. Indicate 2XX on the Reader Service Card.
THE HUGHESTOWN, PA, FIRE DEPARTMENT has taken delivery of an American LaFrance pumper built on an ALF Metropolitan chassis and outfitted with a Cummins ISL engine, Allison 3000EVS transmission, 1,250-gpm ALF Twin Flow pump, 500-gallon UPF poly tank, Whelen warning lights and ROM rollup doors. Indicate 2XX on the Reader Service Card.
THE NORTHEAST FORT BEND COUNTY FIRE DEPARTMENT in Sugar Land, TX, has taken delivery of a Danko sidemount tanker built on a Freightliner M2 chassis and equipped with a 350-hp Cummins ISC engine, Allison 3000EVS transmission, 2,200-gallon tank, 750-gpm Hale pump, Hannay booster reel, Newton dump valve, 3,000-gallon Fol-Da-Tank portable tank, Zico electric folding tank carrier and Whelen LED lighting. Indicate 2XX on the Reader Service Card.
THE CLIFFSIDE PARK, NJ, FIRE DEPARTMENT has taken delivery of a Pierce Arrow XT 100-foot, tractor-drawn aerial equipped with a 500-hp Detroit Diesel engine, Allison 4000EVS transmission, six-kilowatt Harrison generator and Whelen LED scene lights and LED warning lights. Indicate 2XX on the Reader Service Card.
Photo by Ron Jeffers
THE WOODLAWN FIRE COMPANY in South Whitehall Township, PA, has taken delivery of a Smeal pumper tanker built on a Spartan Gladiator EMFD chassis. Components include a 600-hp Cummins ISX-15 engine, Allison 4000EVS transmission, 2,500-gallon poly water tank, 30-gallon foam tank, 1,500-gpm Waterous CMUC20 pump, Williams foam system, 15-kilowatt Harrison MPC generator, Whelen emergency lighting, Weldon multiplex electrical system, ROM rollup doors and Task Force Tips Extenda-Gun and Hurricane deck gun. Indicate 2XX on the Reader Service Card.
Photo by Adam Alberti
THE YAPHANK, NY, FIRE DISTRICT has taken delivery of a Hackney heavy rescue built on a Spartan Gladiator ELFD chassis powered by a 600-hp Cummins ISX engine. Components include a 24-ft Hackney body with drop/pinch frame, 16,500-pound winch in extended front bumper, 9,000-pound portable winch, Fire Research Spectra LED floodlights, Fire Research Optimum floodlights, Hannay electric rewind cord reels and TNT hydraulic hose reels. Indicate 2XX on the Reader Service Card.
LAS VEGAS FIRE & RESCUE has taken delivery of seven Medtec M170 Type I ambulances. The custom rescue ambulances are built on Freightliner M2 chassis and each features a 170-inch module aluminum body, 74 inches of interior headroom, advanced multiplexed electronics and a third air conditioning unit for pre-cooling at the station and to protect medications during extreme heat conditions. Indicate 2XX on the Reader Service Card.
THE HEMPSTEAD, NY, FIRE DEPARTMENT has taken delivery of a Seagrave pumper built on a Seagrave Marauder II chassis powered by a 425-hp Cummins engine with an Allison 3000EVS transmission. Components include a 1,750-gpm Waterous CMU pump, 500-gallon tank, Fire Research LED scene lights and Whelen LED emergency lights. Indicate 2XX on the Reader Service Card.
Photo by Joel Gebet