Gallery: Fire Apparatus Friday - Oct. 20, 2023

Oct. 20, 2023
Deliveries this week include a pumper with a piercing Snozzle, a custom pumper for Oregon, and two brush units for New Jersey and New Mexico.

The Glendora Volunteer Fire Company, Gloucester Township, NJ, placed this mini-pumper built by HME-Ahrens Fox on a Ford F550 in service. It is equipped with Bostrom FF seats, a Hale DSD150-19X single-stage pump, Tank Vision Pro water level gauge, 300-gallon UPF tank and a top-mounted booster hose reel with forestry hose.

Rosenbauer built this custom pumper for the Halsey Shedd Fire District in Halsey, OR, on the Warrior chassis, powered by a 400-hp Cummins L9 engine. Fire suppression includes a Rosenbauer HM55 1,250-gpm pump, 1,250-gallon water tank with a Rosenbauer HP Fix Mix foam system. Click here for more.

The Manchester, MI, Fire Department took delivery of this PRO Rescue Pumper built by KME. The 232-inch body boasts 550 cu. ft. of storage space and the rig is equipped with an 850-gallon water tank, 1,500-gpm pump. 

Pierce built this unique pumper for the Allen Township Fire Company No.1 in Northampton, PA, that is equipped with a Snozzle designed to penetrate structures. With an overall length of 36’ 9”, the rig features a 1,500-gpm Waterous pump, 1,000-gallon tank and 30-gallon foam cell with a Husky 3 foam system. 

The Logan, NM, Fire Department took delivery of this Type 5 step-side brush unit from Skeeter. It it equipped with a PFP-25HP Diesel Pump, 500-gallon water tank, 10-gallon Plas-Mac foam tank and Scotty 4171 foam system, plus Akron remote forestry and ground sweep nozzles and a Warn M16ti winch. 

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