The order for nine pumpers is the largest in the department’s history and will be distributed among each of its nine fire stations to replace aging apparatus.
Sturgeon Bay (WI) Fire Department pumper. Igniter cab and chassis; Cummins L9 450-hp engine; 1,000-gallon polypropylene water tank; and 30-gallon foam cell.
The new 2,500-gallon Pierce pumper truck is the third such black apparatus at the department.
Hadley Township (MI) Fire-Rescue, pumper-tanker. Spartan Metro Star cab and chassis; Cummins L9 450-hp engine; and Hale Qmax-XS 1,500-gpm pump.
Girefighters said they’re getting a new fire truck to help them out without using any taxpayer dollars, reports KHQ Q6. With a shorter wheelbase for tackling tighter areas and the ability to carry 750 gallons of water, GFFR bought the nearly $500,000 pumper after applying for a grant with help from city Planning and Community...
The Edwardsville (IL) has taken delivery of its first new fire apparatus in almost 20 years.
The St. Charles (IL) Fire Department, located in the western suburbs of Chicago, runs a fleet of three engines and an aerial ladder made by Pierce Manufacturing, so when it wanted to replace an engine, it turned again to Pierce to build the unit.
Total Petrochemicals and Refining USA, Carville, LA, top-mount pumper. Inferno cab and chassis; Cummins X15 600-hp engine; Hale 8FG 3,000-gpm pump; 1,000-gallon polypropylene foam tank; Williams Hot Shot 2-150-gpm balanced pressure Class B foam system; and more.
The pumper has a bolted painted stainless steel body that is mounted onto a Spartan Metro Star ELFD chassis.
This apparatus is the department's second apparatus equipped with a PUC pump.