New Deliveries 8/14

Aug. 1, 2014

THE FLINT, MI, FIRE DEPARTMENT has taken delivery of a KME Flex custom pumper featuring a KME 100-inch Predator Severe Service chassis XMFD, 400-hp Cummins ISL9 engine, Allison 3000EVS transmission, 1,750-gpm Hale Qmax-175 pump, 750-gallon poly water tank, 2½-inch Fireman’s Friend Extra Fill, Class One Captain pressure governor, Whelen light package and Fire Research Evolution LED telescoping light.

THE WOLFEBORO, NH, FIRE RESCUE DEPARTMENT has taken delivery of an HME side-mount rescue pumper built on an HME 1871-SFO custom chassis powered by a 370-hp Cummins ISL9 engine with an Allison 3000EVS transmission. Components include HME Hydra Technology, a 1,500-gpm Hale Qmax pump, 1,095-gallon water tank, 30-gallon foam tank, Hale FoamLogix 2.1 foam system and eight-kilowatt Smart Power generator.

THE O’FALLON, IL, FIRE DEPARTMENT has taken delivery of a Smeal Custom Midship Series pumper built on a Spartan Metro Star chassis. The unit is equipped with a 450-hp Cummins ISL9 engine, Allison 3000EVS transmission, 2,000-gpm Hale Qmax pump, 600-gallon UPF poly water tank, 50-gallon poly foam tank, Hale 5.0 foam system, ROM roll-up doors, Code 3 LED light bar, Code 3rear rotator warning lights and Whelen 600 Series LED warning lights.

Photo by Joel Gebet

ELIZABETH, NJ, FIRE DEPARTMENT Engine 5 has been assigned a Pierce Arrow XT foam unit outfitted with a 500-hp Cummins ISX12 engine, Allison 4000EVS transmission, 2,000-gpm Hale 8FG pump, 750 750-gallon water tank, 300-gallon foam cell, Pierce Husky 60 foam system, 65-foot Snozzle aerial waterway, 1,000-gpm Williams Hydro-Chem nozzle, Akron Brass Apollo Hi-Riser monitors and six-kilowatt Harrison generator.

Photo by Ron Jeffers

CITIZENS FIRE COMPANY 2 in Charles Town, WV, has taken delivery of a Rosenbauer Commander rescue engine equipped with a 450-hp Cummins ISL engine, Waterous CXVC200 pump, 750-gallon UPF Poly Tank III water tank, Fire Research Pump Boss pressure governor, Holmatro Core extrication tools, Will-Burt Night Scan Power-Lite telescoping light tower, Kussmaul Auto Eject, Akron ERWC electric cord reels, 7.9-kilowatt Rosenbauer Green Star IRT generator, ROM shutters, Whelen M Series LED warning lights and Fire Research Evolution LED brow lights.

Photo by Dennis C. Sharpe

AMERICAN REFINING GROUP of Bradford, PA, has taken delivery of a Sutphen foam pumper built on a Kenworth T-440 chassis powered by a 450-hp Paccar PX-9 engine. The apparatus features a 2,000-gpm Hale 8FG pump, National Foam Servo Command foam system, 1,000 gallon foam tank, two 500-gpm Task Force Tips Blitzfire nozzles, an Elkhart 2,000-gpm deck gun, 1,000 feet of five-inch supply hose and 350 feet of three-inch supply hose. It carries a 4,000-kilowatt portable generator, scene lights and EMS, hazmat and confined-space/rope-rescue equipment.

Photo by Jay K. Bradish

THE MILLVILLE, DE, VOLUNTEER FIRE COMPANY has taken delivery of an E-ONE Typhoon E-Max rescue pumper equipped with a 450-hp Cummins ISL engine, Allison 3000EVS transmission, 1,500-gpm E-ONE pump, 1,000-gallon Pro Poly water tank, 30-gallon foam cell, Holmatro extrication tools, Whelen Super LED warning lights, Kussmaul Auto Eject, 10-kilowatt Smart Power generator and Will-Burt Nightscan Chief telescoping light tower.

Photo by Dennis C. Sharpe

THE HUFFMAN, TX, VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT has taken delivery of a Darley CAFS pumper built on a Spartan Metro Star-X chassis with a 380-hp Cummins ISC engine. Features include a 1,500-gpm Darley LDMBC pump with AutoCAFS, Darley Wrap-Around top-console control panel, 1,500-gallon water tank, 30-gallon foam tank and FoamPro 2001 foam system.

THE BAYONNE, NJ, FIRE DEPARTMENT has placed into service a Spartan ERV foam tender built on a Freightliner Severe Duty 114 chassis powered by a 500-hp Detroit Diesel DD13 engine. Features include a 3,000-gpm Hale FG pump, 200-gallon water tank, 4,000-gallon Pro Poly foam tank, 500-pound Williams Gorilla Purple K System, 2,000-gpm Task Force Tip Monsoon monitor and FoamPro Accumax 3150 foam system.

Photo by Ron Jeffers

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