Malden (MA) Welcomes Fire Apparatus

Courtesy Greenwood Emergency Vehicles

The Malden Fire Department has taken delivery of a 2020 pumper, reports WickedLocal.com.

The truck was built by the E-One Fire Apparatus Company and carries 780 gallons of water, 2,000 feet of fire attack and water supply hose-lines and other firefighting and rescue equipment. The new pumper replaces a truck that has been in the department’s fleet for the past 22 years.

The delivery of the new 2020 aerial ladder truck, also built by E-One, is expected to occur in mid-January.

Fire Apparatus Specs

E-One Typhoon chassis

  • Long cab with external extinguisher storage
  • (2) EMS cabinets with interior access
  • 450hp Cummins Engine
  • 3/16” Aluminum Cab and Body
  • Galvanized Frame Rails
  • Galvanized Cross Members/Extensions
  • Waterous CSU 1500 GPM Pump
  • 780 water tank
  • Front steamer intake/4″ rear intake

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