HME Rescue-Pumper Delivery

The Charlton (NY) Volunteer Fire Department has taken delivery of a 2015 HME, Inc. rescue-pumper. Built on an 1871-W chassis with an MFDxl cab and 12-inch raised roof, the fire truck is powered by a 450-hp Cummins ISL9 engine, has an Allison 3000EVS transmission, and Spicer 1760 drivelines. A Federal Q2B siren is recess-mounted in the cab grille. The extended bumper houses dual stutter tone air horns and a Cast Products siren speaker. The 47-inch heated pump enclosure features a 1,250-gpm Hale Q-Flo Plus combined with HME Hydra Technology™, three speedlays, a Hale FoamLogix 3.3 Class B foam system, and a side-mounted stainless steel pump panel. Additionally, the truck has seating for a crew of six, a backup camera, a ProMariner battery charger with a Kussmaul auto eject, a 12-volt Kussmaul Auto Air compressor, On-Spot automatic tire chains, a TFT monitor, and an interior LED lighting package. The stainless steel body features 176 cubic feet of compartment storage space with trays, shelves, and toolboards throughout, an 80-cubic-foot hosebed, 1,614-gallon polypropylene water tank with through-tank-ladder storage, a six-inch jet dump, roll-up doors, coffin compartments, FRC LED quartz and scene lighting, and a Whelen emergency lightning package.

Salesman: Glenn Davis

Dealer: Lake Regions Fire Apparatus, Inc.

Dealer Location: West Ossipee, NH 

 

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