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Engine 2 went into service with the Kaufman (TX) Fire Department in November, 2014. The cab is an International 7400 4x4, four-door model with seating for 5.
The apparatus is constructed of heavy-duty extruded aluminum with full depth compartments and roll-up doors.
The front bumper contains an Akron 1.5-inch discharge along with a 1.5-inch line with a bumper hose tray.
Audio warning devices include a Federal electronic Q2B-EF siren with two Federal Dynamax 100-watt speakers mounted thru the front bumper.
The deck gun mounted in the hosebed is an Akron with a 3-inch discharge. The foam system is a Hale 2.1 FoamLogix with a 30-gallon foam cell.
The required NFPA complement of ladders is located in a storage compartment on the officer side of the hosebed.
The apparatus has a Waterous CXVK single-stage, PTO midship 1,250-gpm pump with pump-and-roll capability along with a 750-gallon “R” UPF polypropylene tank.
The apparatus has a eMAX single-stage, PTO midship 1,250-gpm pump with pump-and-roll capability along with a 750-gallon “R” UPF polypropylene tank.
Warning lights include a Whelen Freedom LED Lightbar, Whelen M6 Super LED lights on the apparatus body and Whelen Model L31H Super LED beacons located on the upper rear corners of the hosebed.
The vehicle is powered by a Navistar MaxxForce 9 330-hp engine with a vertical exhaust and an automatic transmission.