New Deliveries 7/14

THE NEEDHAM, MA, FIRE DEPARTMENT has taken delivery of a KME 79-foot AerialCat rear-mount ladder built on a KME Predator MFD chassis powered by a 450-hp Cummins ISL engine. Components include a 2,000-gpm Hale Qmax 200 pump, 300-gallon UPF poly tank, Fire Research INControl pressure governor, KME Store Front Blitz, six-kilowatt Smart Power generator and Federal Signal camera system.

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kovatch.com

 

OCALA, FL, FIRE RESCUE has taken delivery of an E-ONE 10-foot non-walk-in rescue mounted on a Ford F-550 extended cab chassis. Components include LED emergency lighting and scene lights, hydraulic extrication tools and advanced life support equipment.

Photo courtesy of Ocala Fire Rescue

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e-one.com

 

THE PHILLIPS 66 WOOD RIVER REFINERY in Wood River, IL, has taken delivery of a Sutphen foam engine built on a Sutphen Monarch chassis. Features include a 500-hp Cummins ISX 11.9 engine, Allison GEN IV 4000EVS transmission, 3,000-gpm Hale 8FG pump, 1,000-gallon foam tank, 5,000-gpm Williams monitor, National Foam Servo Command 300 foam system, 10-kilowatt Onan generator, 3,000-watt Command Light light tower and Whelen LED warning lights.

Photo by Joel Gebet

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sutphen.com

 

THE GREENWOOD, DE, VOLUNTEER FIRE COMPANY has taken delivery of a Rosenbauer Commander 109-foot rear-mount aerial equipped with a 500hp Cummins ISX-12 engine, Allison EVS4000 transmission, Rosenbauer EZ Climb turntable ladder, Hale DSD150-23L pump, 500-gallon poly water tank, 30-gallon foam cell, Fire Research INControl 300 pressure governor, Kussmaul Auto Eject, eight-kilowatt Rosenbauer Green Star IRT generator, Whelen M Series LED warning lights, Will-Burt Night Scan Power-Lite telescoping light tower, ROM shutters, Fire Research Evolution LED lights and Akron ERWC electric cord reels.

Photo by Dennis C. Sharpe

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rosenbaueramerica.com

 

THE ADAMS-MARKLEVILLE FIRE PROTECTION TERRITORY in Markleville, IN, has taken delivery of an HME rescue pumper featuring an HME 1871-W custom chassis, 450-hp Cummins ISL9 engine, Allison 3000EVS transmission, 1,250-gpm Hale Qmax pump, 900-gallon poly water tank, 30-gallon foam tank, HME Mad Dog CAFS, Hale FoamLogix 2.1 foam system, Task Force Tips Extend-A-Gun telescoping waterway, 10-kilowatt Smart Power HR-10 generator and FireCom intercom system.

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firetrucks.com

 

THE NEPTUNE, NJ, FIRE DEPARTMENT has taken delivery of a Pierce Velocity 100-foot aerial platform equipped with a 500-hp Detroit Diesel engine, 2,000-gpm Hale pump, 300-gallon tank, Command Zone, PS6 seats, Side Roll Protection system and Harrison generator.

Photo by Ron Jeffers

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piercemfg.com

 

THE GREEN LAKE/BROOKLYN FIRE DEPARTMENT in Green Lake, WI, has taken delivery of a Darley Command Cab pumper built on a Spartan Metro Star chassis powered by a 380-hp Cummins ISC engine. The unit features a PolyBilt body surrounding the integral copolymer 1,000-gallon water tank and 30-gallon foam tank, along with a 1,500-gpm Darley LDMBC pump, AutoCAFS pumping system and FoamPro 2001 foam system.

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darley.com

 

THE RAHWAY, NJ, FIRE DEPARTMENT has taken delivery of a Spartan ERV pumper built on a Spartan Metro Star chassis. Components include a 450-hp Cummins ISL engine, Allison 3000EVS transmission, 1,500-gpm Hale Qmax pump, 750-gallon water tank, 30-gallon foam tank, Akron 125-gpm foam eductor, Hale EZ-Fill foam system and six-kilowatt Smart Power generator.

Photo by Ron Jeffers

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spartanerv.com

 

THE GORMAN VOLUNTEER FIRE COMPANY in Oakland, MD, has taken delivery of a Ford F550 XLT/4 Guys rescue engine equipped with a Ford Powerstroke engine, Hale MG-1000 pump, 290-gallon UPF Poly Tank III water tank, FoamPro 1600 foam system, ROM shutters and Kussmaul Auto Eject.

Photo by Dennis C. Sharpe

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4guysfire.com

 

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