New Deliveries 5/14

NUTLEY, NJ, ENGINE COMPANY 3 has been assigned a Rosenbauer pumper built on a Spartan Force chassis and featuring a 350-hp Cummins engine, 1,500-gpm Hale pump, 500-gallon water tank and LED warning lights. Photo by Ron Jeffers

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rosenbaueramerica.com

 

THE PRESIDIO OF MONTEREY, CA, FIRE DEPARTMENT has taken delivery of a BullEx 27-foot Fire Safety and Emergency Training Trailer that features interactive kitchen and bedroom training scenarios and a pre-training briefing room. The interactive kitchen training room features a fully interactive stove with oven and stovetop fire training scenarios complete with digital flame, smoke and sound effects. In the bedroom scenario, smoke issues from the “feel for heat” door allowing for interactive hazard recognition and evacuation lessons.

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bullex.com

 

THE CHARLESTON, SC, FIRE DEPARTMENT has taken delivery of a Pierce Arrow XT 100-foot aerial tiller, the department’s first aerial tiller in more than 60 years. The unit features a 500-hp Detroit Diesel DD13 engine, TAK-4 independent suspension, light tower on top of the crew cab roof and 500 cubic feet of body storage capacity. Photo courtesy of Jerry Morrison

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piercemfg.com

 

GOODWILL FIRE COMPANY 1 in York Township, PA, has taken delivery of a KME walk-in rescue built on a KME Predator Severe Service S2D chassis powered by a 450-hp Cummins ISL9 engine with an Allison 3000EVS transmission. Components include Amkus hydraulic rescue tools, Warn 16500 electric winch, Warn 9,000-pound portable winch, Whelen light package, Firecom 5100 digital intercom, 20-kilowatt Harrison MPC generator, Hannay electric cord reels and Will-Burt Nightscan Profiler 3.0 light tower.

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kovatch.com

 

THE BRADFORD CITY, PA FIRE DEPARTMENT has taken delivery of a Chevrolet/Road Rescue Metro Medic ALS paramedic-certified ambulance. It is the first custom ALS ambulance purchased by the department since taking over the paramedic service from the Bradford Hospital in 2001. Photo by Jay K. Bradish/IFPA

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roadrescue.com

 

THE NAHANT, MA, FIRE DEPARTMENT has placed in service a Sutphen SL 100 mid-mount quint featuring a 500-hp Cummins engine, 100-foot aerial, 2,000-gpm waterway, 490-gallon water tank and 20-gallon foam tank. The truck replaces a 1979 ladder received from the federal government after the Blizzard of 1978 and was purchased through the Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) program. Photo by David Liscio

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sutphen.com

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