Rehobeth Beach, DE, Vol. Fire Dept. Puts Custom Pumper in Service

July 26, 2018
The Rehobeth Beach, DE, Volunteer Fire Department has put in service a 2018 Pierce Enforcer pumper.

The Rehobeth Beach, DE, Volunteer Fire Department has put in service a 2018 Pierce Enforcer pumper. The four-door, eight occupant, climate-controlled cab has 911 seats and is powered by a Detroit Diesel DD13 engine and an Allison 3000EVS transmission. To fight fire, it has a Waterous CMU C20D, 2,000-gpm pump, a Fire Research Corp Pump Boss control, a Husky III foam system and a Trident air primer. It's also equipped with a TFT deck gun, a Kussmaul auto-eject battery conditioner, LED compartment lighting, slide-out tool trays and boards, Hannay electric reel, Fire Research scene lights, a Federal Signal Q2B mechanical siren and Holmatro rescue tools.

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