Marion (IN) Fire Department Places HME Top-Mount Pumper Fire Apparatus in Service

WYOMING, MI—The Marion (IN) Fire Department has taken delivery of an HME rescue-pumper mounted on an 1871-W custom chassis and powered by a Cummins ISL9 450-hp diesel engine.

The top-mount pumper includes an exclusive 52-degree cramp angle, double frame rails, 12-inch raised-roof/100-inch cab and 45-degree tilt cab, interior rear-wall gear rack, cab crew area foot rest, interior grab handles on officer’s A-post and both crew doors, heater hose insulation package for extremely cold climates, seven-inch LCD back-up camera, and AM/FM stereo CD/weather band radio with four speakers.

It also features a three-dimensional stainless front grille, SCBA fixed-bottom cushions, 18-inch front bumper extension, chrome tow hooks, center hosewell, HME Hydra Technology™ with 1,750-gpm performance, 96-inch top-mount laser grip walkway, 1.5-inch front jumpline, one crosslay, two speedlay beds, removable aluminum hose tray, 500-1,000-gallon short body configurations, 720-gallon rectangular polypropylene tank, through-the-tank ladder group (10-foot folding ladder, 14-foot roof ladder, and 24-foot two-section ladder), adjustable hosebed dividers, deep adjustable shelves, and gas-shock pullout trays.

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