Gallery: Fire Apparatus Friday: Nov. 10, 2023

Nov. 10, 2023
This week's gallery includes two 3,000-gallon tankers, a mid-mount aerial platform and a custom heavy rescue.

Woodland, NJ, Township Fire & EMS placed this 3,000-gallon tanker built by Alexis in service. It is mounted on a Freightliner M2 chassis and is equipped with 911 seats, a Waterous CXVC20 1500-gpm pump, Trident air prime and a Newton 10-inch swivel dump. 

The Vander Fire District in Fayetteville, NC, worked with SVI to build this heavy rescue mounted on a Spartan Gladiator LFD chassis powered by a Cummins X12 engine. The 24-foot aluminum body has slide-out tool boards, OnScene Solutions slide-out trays and PRO LED lighting, a Warn Winch, Command Light Knight 2 light tower, four Hurst hydaculic power plants and storage for 28 SCBA bottles. Click here for more

This 3,000-gallon tanker was built by Midwest Fire on a Freightliner M2-112 chassis for the Forrest City, AR, Fire Department.. Features include a 1,000-gpm PTO Waterous CX pump, Sigtronics radio headset, Hannay electic hose reel, and a Foam Pro 1600 system with a 20-gallon foam cell. Click here for more.

Pierce built this 100-foot mid-mount Ascendant aerial platform on the Enforcer chassis for the Upper Allen, PA, Fire Department. The rig has an overall height of 11' 2" and an overall length of 44' 2.5" Click here for more.

Spartan EVS built this pumper for Belford Engine Company in the Middletown Township, NJ, Fire Department on a Gladiator chassis with an LFD cab with 10-inch raised roof. It has a 21-inch stainless steel bumper, a FRC front LED brow light, Hale QMAX200-23L single-stage pump, Amdor shutters an a 750-gallon UPF Poly Tank III.

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