Gallery: Fire Apparatus Friday - Aug. 4, 2023

Aug. 4, 2023
A look at a new 75-foot quint, Type 1 urban interface pumper, a custom pump and both a 2,000- and 3,000-gallon tanker for Minnesota and Wisconsin.

This 75-quint was built for the Independence, KY, Fire District by E-ONE with an HP-75extruded aluminum ladder on a Typhoon chassis and sold by Vogelpohl Fire Equipment. With a 210-inch wheelbase, the rig carries a Qmax 1,500-gpm pump, 500-gallon water tank, five ground ladders, FireTech scene lights and a Whelen warning light package.

The Laurence Harbor Fire Department in Old Bridge Township, NJ, took delivery of this Sutphen rescue-pumper built on a Monarch chassis. Suppression equipment includes a Hale Qmax 200-23L single-stage pump, 750-gallon UPF Poly Tank III and an Akron 3096 95-gpm foam system with a 40-gallon foam tank, Firetech LED scene lights and Amdor shutters.

Pierce built this Type 1 Urban Interface Vehicle for the Ramtown Volunteer Fire Company, in Howell Township, Monmouth, NJ, that is equipped with a four-door cab with 911 Seats. Features include a 4x4 suspension, Waterous CSU 1,250-gpm single-stage pump and a PTO driven 320-gpm pump, Tank Vision Pro, two booster reels, a UPF 750-gallon Poly Tank III and a TFT deluge gun.

The Elk River, MN, FIre Department worked with Midwest Fire to design this custom tanker built on an International MV607 chassis and equipped with a 2,000-gallon poly tank and a 1,000-gpm Waterous CX pump. Features include a rear stainless-steel Newton 10-inch square dump valve with a 36-inch telescoping chute, two Newton 10-inch square dump valves with 18-inch telescoping chutes, and a Zico “Tip-Down” carrier with a 2,100-gallon portable tank. Click here for more

Town of Turtle, WI, Fire & Rescue took delivery of this 3,000-gallon tanker built with a Rosenbauer FX body on a Freightliner M2-112 chassis. It is equipped with a  500-gpm Darley HM pump.

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