Grenora, ND, Pumper-Tanker

The Grenora, ND, Fire Department has taken delivery of a Midwest Fire pumper-tanker built on a Peterbilt 348 chassis.

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The Grenora, ND, Fire Department has taken delivery of a Midwest Fire pumper-tanker built on a Peterbilt 348 chassis.

Other features include:

  • 2 ½” Direct Tank Fill, and Tank Level Gauge
  • 4” NST Direct Tank Fill, and Tank Level Gauge
  • (1) Rear Stainless Steel Newton 10” Swivel Dump Valve with 36” Telescoping Chute
  • ll-Poly® Construction, “Sweep Out” Style Compartments, Including ROM Anodized Aluminum Roll Up Doors, Door Activated LED Lighting, Vents, and Floor Dry Decking
  • Pac Trac Mounting Boards
  • NFPA Compliant LED Lighted Folding Steps and Grab Rails
  • NFPA Compliant LED DOT Lighting
  • NFPA Compliant Whelen LED Warning Light Package & Siren/Speaker
  • Rear View Safety Camera
  • Power Inverter
  • Six (6) Whelen Stationary Scene Lights
  • Whelen Removeable Tripod Telescoping Lights
  • Electric Cord Reel
  • NFPA Compliant Red and Yellow Chevron Striping, White Reflective Striping, and Customer Lettering
  • Elkhart Vulcan Deck Gun
  • Hale ATP Foam System w/ 200-gallon Integrated Foam Cell
  • Pump House Heater and Heat Pan
  • Full Width and Length Hose Bed, Adjustable 3/4” Polypropylene Dividers and Hose Covers
  • Pre-connected Hose Crosslays
  • In Tank Ladder, Suction, and Pike Pole Storage
  • Two (2) 4.5”x10’ PVC Flexible Hard Suction Hose and Carrier
  • Kussmaul Battery Conditioner w/ Auto Eject
  • Kussmaul Air w/Auto Eject
  • Extended Front Bumper w/ Hinged Aluminum Tread-Brite Cover
  • 300 DPI High Res image 3x5 inches to be attached separately
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