This recently delivered Toyne/Spartan 1,500/750 pumper is in service with the Wayne (NJ) Fire Department.
Dubbed the "MF8" by the Monticello Fire Department, this apparatus will be replacing an older pumper that has served these volunteer firefighters for more than two decades.
Truckee Meadows (NV) Fire Protection District took delivery of this pumper-tanker on a Freightliner cab and chassis in late September 2020.
Loves Park (IL) Fire Department 107-foot Ascendant aerial ladder quint. Impel cab and chassis; Cummins L9 450-hp engine; Pierce 1,500-gpm pump; and UPF Poly 500-gallon water tank.
The pumper-tanker is constructed with a bolted painted stainless steel body mounted to a Spartan Metro Star EMFD chassis. Powering this apparatus is a 450-hp Cummins ISL9 engine and an Allison 3000 EVS transmission.
Royce Horton with Tactical Fire takes you through a walk-around with Wakulla County Fire/Rescue's new Toyne Pumper.
The rig's cab features a 10-inch raised roof and has seating for six firefighters, with two more jump seats at the ready.
The Berkshire (NY) Fire District had the foresight to make this unit operate in more than one capacity for the needs of the community it serves.
Four pumpers and four tankers have recently been delivered by Toyne to the Pottawatomie County Consolidaetd Fire District No.1 in Wamego, Kansas.
The pumper-tankers are equipped with bolted/painted stainless steel bodies on Kenworth T800 two-door chassis.