New Deliveries 3/13

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THE PORTLAND, OR, FIRE & RESCUE DEPARTMENT has taken delivery of a Pierce heavy rescue unlike any in the company’s history – it is built on a tiller configuration, but features a heavy-duty rescue crane mounted behind the cab. The apparatus is built on a Pierce Arrow XT chassis and is designed to respond to a wide range of emergencies, including trench and confined-space rescues and tunnel collapses. Indicate 2XX on the Reader Service Card.

 

THE NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ, FIRE DEPARTMENT has placed into service a Rosenbauer heavy rescue built on a Freightliner chassis. The unit features rooftop compartments, roll-out tool trays, a Will-Burt Night Scan light tower, 9,000-pound portable winch and LED warning lights. Indicate 2XX on the Reader Service Card.

Photo by Ron Jeffers

 

THE FORT WAINWRIGHT, AK, FIRE DEPARTMENT has taken delivery of a KME Aerialcat 102-foot aerial platform built on a KME Severe Service LFD chassis powered by a 500-hp Cummins ISX-11.9 engine with an Allison 4000EVSR transmission. Components include a 2,000-gpm Waterous CSU-C20 pump, 300-gallon Poly II tank and Straight Shot hosebed. Indicate 2XX on the Reader Service Card.

 

THE CRYSTAL LAKE, IL, FIRE & RESCUE DEPARTMENT has taken delivery of an E-ONE HP100 aerial platform built on an E-ONE Cyclone II chassis. The apparatus features a 500-hp Cummins ISM engine, 2,000-gpm Hale Qmax pump, 300-gallon tank, 10-kilowatt Smart Power generator, Firecom intercom and Fire Research Spectra scene lights. Indicate 2XX on the Reader Service Card.

 

THE WOOD-RIDGE, NJ, FIRE DEPARTMENT has taken delivery of a Sutphen 100-foot mid-mount aerial ladder powered by a 500-hp Cummins ISM engine with an Allison 4000EVS transmission. The aluminum aerial ladder has a pre-piped waterway and 750-pound dry tip-load and 500-pound wet tip-load and remote-controlled nozzle at the end of the ladder. Indicate 2XX on the Reader Service Card.

Photo by Ron Jeffers

 

THE VOORHEES TOWNSHIP, NJ, FIRE DEPARTMENT has placed into service a Spartan ERV Star Series 103-foot rear-mount quint built on a Spartan Gladiator chassis. Components include a 550-hp Cummins ISX engine, Allison 4000EVS transmission, Hale Qmax pump, 500-gallon UPF Poly Tank III water tank, 30-gallon foam tank, Kussmaul Auto Eject, 10-kilowatt Harrison generator, ROM compartment doors and Task Force Tips ladder pipe nozzle. Indicate 2XX on the Reader Service Card.

Photo by Dennis C. Sharpe

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