Vineland, NJ, Fire Department Picks a Pair of Pumpers

Feb. 2, 2017
A pair of 2017 KME Predator Panthers have been delivered to City of Vineland Fire Department.

A pair of 2017 KME Predator Panthers have been delivered to City of Vineland Fire Department, Cumberland County, New Jersey. Both apparatus are equipped with four-door climate controlled cabs, raised roofs, full height rear doors, and are powered by 450 hp Cummins ISL engines and Allison 3000 EVS-P automatic transmissions. Other features include Bostrom firefighter seats and in-cab EMS boxes,

For fire suppression and operations, they have Hale QMAX2001-21L single stage pumps, FRC InControl 400 pressure governors, UPF Poly Tank III 750-gallon water tanks, Kussmaul auto-ejects, LED compartment lighting, slide out tool trays & boards, Hannay electric reels, rear LDH intake, low hose bed with retractable cover, high rise packs, saws, fans, tarps, and forcible entry tools They are also equipped with 6,000-watt Harrison generators, front FRC LED Evolution brow lights, front discharges and Federal Q2B mechanical and E2 electronic sirens. They were sold through 1st Priority Fire Apparatus, Manchester, N.J. and the salesman was Fred Hundt.

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