New Wilmington (PA) Fire Department brush truck/initial attack unit. Ford F-350XL 4×4 Super Cab and chassis; 6.7L 330-hp gas engine; 150-gallon polypropylene tank; aluminum fire body.
The rig has four-wheel drive and a Cummins 350-hp engine. It has a 750-gallon water tank and a 1,000-gpm pump.
Aspen (CO) Fire Department Type 3 wildland engine. International 7500 SFA 4×4 cab and chassis; Cummins L9 380-hp engine; Hale MBP 1,000-gpm pump; UPF Poly 750-gallon water tank.
The new truck was manufactured by Rosenbauer and is built on an International cab and chassis.
A selection of recent delivers form the November 2019 issue.
According to customer representatives, it takes an average of 1,800 hours to complete a large fire apparatus, but during wildfire season, the company can't deliver the rigs fast enough.
Tarkio (MO) Rural Fire Department brush truck. Ford F-550 Super Cab and chassis; Power Stroke 6.7L 4V OHV 330-hp diesel engine; Darley 2BE 21-hp 375-gpm portable pump; UPF Poly 400-gallon water tank.
The new fire apparatus will help the department extinguish brush fires in hard-to-reach areas such as those found along railroad tracks.
The BrushHawk is a compact monitor suitable for limited bumper space on brush and wildland trucks.
Kremmling (CO) Fire Protection District Type 6 brush unit. Ford F-550 Super duty extended four-door cab and chassis; 6.7L Power Stroke diesel engine; National Fire Fighter NFF4 24-hp 110-gpm portable pump; 300-gallon polypropylene water tank.