Equipment and Apparatus

The Fire Department's apparatus is comprised of:

Four engine companies, one water tanker, one 4x4 pickup with skid tank/pump, two rescue boat, two administrative vehicles, one rescue squad, one aerial company, one 4x6 grass fire unit,one 4X4 Polaris Ranger grass unit and one 6x6 Polaris Ranger grass unit.

Fire Engine           Engine I

It is powered by an International DT 530 E diesel engine with an Allison automatic transmission. It is equipped with a 1250 GPM single stage Waterous pump, an on-board foam injection system and carries 1000 gallons of water. The following is a list of the hose carried on Engine 1: 800 feet of 4 inch STORZ supply hose, 600 feet of 2 ½ inch supply hose, one pre-connected attack line with 300 feet of 1 ¾ inch hose, two pre-connected attack lines each with 200 feet of 1 ¾ inch hose, one pre-connected attack line with 100 feet of 1 ¾ inch hose, and one 10 foot section of 6 inch hard suction hose and strainer. Some fire fighting tools carried on Engine 1 include: four self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) with spare air bottles, one Honda generator, two truck mounted halogen lights, three flashlights, four spanner belts, hydrant wrenches, spanner wrenches, STORZ wrenches, an assortment of adapters, gated valves and nozzles, one gas powered exhaust fan, one smoke ejector, two salvage tarps, absorbent pads and floor dry, two rescue ropes, one first responder bag, one fire axe, one six foot pike pole, one ten foot pike pole, fire extinguishers, various forcible entry tools and assorted hand tools. Ladders carried on Engine 1 include: one 24 foot extension ladder, one 14 foot roof ladder, and one 10 foot attic ladder.

Fire Engine Engine VIII

1995 Series 4900 International Truck chassis with a five-person cab body built by Central States. It is powered by an International DT 466 diesel engine with an Allison automatic transmission. It is powered by an International DT 466 diesel engine with an Allison automatic transmission. It is equipped with a 1250 GPM single stage Darley pump, an on-board foam injection system and carries 1000 gallons of water. The following is a list of the hose carried on Engine 8: 800 feet of 4 inch STORZ supply hose, 600 feet of 2 ½ inch supply hose, one pre-connected attack line with 300 feet of 1 ¾ inch hose, two pre-connected attack lines each with 200 feet of 1 ¾ inch hose, and two 10 foot sections of 6 inch hard suction hose and strainer. Some fire fighting tools carried on Engine 8 include: five self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) with spare air bottles, one Honda generator, two truck mounted halogen lights, three flashlights, four spanner belts, hydrant wrenches, spanner wenches, STORZ wrenches, an assortment of adapters, gated valves and nozzles, one gas powered exhaust fan, one smoke ejector, two salvage tarps, three grass fire brooms, absorbent pads and flood dry, two rescue ropes, one first responder bag, one fire axe, one six foot pike pole, one ten foot pike pole, fire extinguishers, various forcible entry tools and assorted hand tools. Ladders carried on Engine 8 include: one 24 foot extension ladder, one 14 foot roof ladder, and one 10 foot attic ladder.

   Fire Engine Engine II

1985 Kodiak 70 Series Chevrolet Truck chassis with a four-person cab body built by General. It is powered by a Caterpillar 3208T diesel engine with an Allison automatic transmission. It is equipped with a 1250 GPM two-stage Waterous pump and carries 750 gallons of water. The following is a list of the hose carried on Engine 2: 800 feet of 4 inch STORZ supply hose, 600 feet of 2 ½ inch supply hose, one pre-connected attack line with 300 feet of 1 ¾ inch hose, one pre-connected attack line with 200 feet of 1 ¾ inch hose, and one Booster Line Reel. Some fire fighting tools carried on Engine 2 include: four self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) with spare air bottles, one Winco generator, two truck mounted halogen lights, three flashlights, four spanner belts, hydrant wrenches, spanner wrenches, STORZ wrenches, an assortment of adapters, gated valves and nozzles, one gas powered exhaust fan, one smoke ejector, three salvage tarps, absorbent pads and floor dry, two rescue ropes, one first responder bag, one fire axe, one flat head axe, one six foot pike pole, one ten foot pike pole, fire extinguishers, various forcible entry tools and assorted hand tools. Ladders carried on Engine 2 include: one 24 foot extension ladder, one 12 foot roof ladder, one 10 foot attic ladder, and one 6 foot folding step ladder.

Fire Engine   Engine VII

2000 Kenworth Model T300 truck chassis with the fire apparatus body built by Pierce Manufacturing. It is powered by a Cummins ISC-330 diesel engine with an Allison five (5) speed automatic transmission. It is equipped with a Waterous CSY 1250 GPM single stage, centrifugal pump, an on-board foam injection system and carries 1000 gallons of water. Hose carried on Engine 7 include: 800 feet of 4-inch STORZ supply hose, 600 feet of 2 1/2-inch hose, one pre-connected attack line with 300 feet of 1 3/4-inch hose, two pre-connected attack lines each with 200 feet of 1 3/4-inch hose, one pre-connected attack line with 100 feet of 1 3/4-inch hose and two ten foot sections of 6-inch hard suction hose with strainer. Some fire fighting tools carried on Engine 7 includes: Five (5) self contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) with spare tanks, one truck mounted Honda generator, two truck mounted halogen lights, three flash lights, four spanner belts, hydrant wrenches, spanner wrenches, STORZ wrenches, an assortment of hydrant and hose adapters, gated valves and nozzles, one gas-powered exhaust fan, two salvage tarps, grass fire brooms and flapper, absorbent pads and floor dry, rescue ropes, one first responder bag, one fire ax, one flat head ax, pike poles, various forcible entry tools and assorted hand tools. Ladders carried on Engine 7 include: One 35-foot extension ladder, one 14-foot roof ladder and one 12-foot attic ladder.

Fire Engine   Tanker

2001 Sterling Model L7500 truck chassis with fire apparatus body built by Midwest Fire Equipment. It is powered by a Caterpillar 3126B diesel engine with an Allison MD-3560P automatic transmission. The tanker is equipped with a truck mounted Honda portable pump. Hose carried on the tanker includes: 50 feet of 4-inch STORZ supply hose, 50 feet of 2 1/2-inch hose, 50 feet of 1 3/4-inch hose, one pre-connected attack line with 150 feet of 1 3/4-inch hose and two 10 foot sections of 2 1/2-inch hard suction hose with strainer. Some of the fire fighting equipment carried on the tanker includes: Two flashlights, assorted hydrant and hose adapters, hydrant wrenches, spanner wrenches, STORZ wrenches, assorted gated valves and nozzles, one first responder bag, one portable drop tank and assorted hand tools.

Rescue UnitRescue Truck

1996 Welch Heavy rescue truck with a Freightliner chassis powered by a Cummins 5.9 L.- 230 HP. diesel engine, an Allison 6 speed automatic transmission. The rescue truck body has a full walk-in design making it useful for a mobile command vehicle. Truck is equipped with an on-board PTO driven generator. Equipment carried on the rescue are: Hurst extrication power tools, several rescue and firefighting hand tools, first responder medical supplies, six class 3 rescue harnesses, both rescue and utility rope, rope rescue accessories, Stokes basket with two backboards, Sked stretcher, K-12 gas powered saw, cribbing blocks, confined space air blower, electric smoke ejector fan, Anthrax response kit, salvage tarps, blankets, 3 flashlights, and several other misc. items needed in various different rescue responses.

Arial EngineAerial-9

1977 Sutphen 85ft. aerial platform ladder truck. Truck is powered by a Detroit V-71 diesel engine with a 5 speed Allison manual transmission. It is equipped with a 1250 GPM Hale pump and a 300-gallon water tank. Aerial-9 carries the following hose: one pre-connected attack line with 300 ft. of 1 ¾ inch hose, 600 ft. of 2 ½ inch supply hose, and 600 ft. of 4 inch Storz supply hose. Aerial platform is equipped with 2 quick connect air mask adaptors supplied by an on-board 300 cu.ft. air cylinder. Other equipment carried on Aerial 9 are: one gas powered generator, several pike poles of different lengths, an assortment of adaptors, nozzles, fire extinguisher, several mass casualty stretchers, 2 flashlights, various firefighting and forcible entry hand tools. Ladders carried on the truck include, the 85 ft. hydraulic controlled platform and ladder capable of a full 360 degree turntable rotation, one 40 ft. Bangor extension ladder, one 35 ft. extension ladder, one 30 ft. extension ladder, one 18 ft. single ladder, one 16 ft. single ladder and two 8 ft. folding attic ladders.

Unit 1Unit-1

Unit 1 is a 2005 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 extended cab 4x 4 pick-up. Unit 1 is powered by a 5.3 Liter V8 engine with an automatic transmission. Unit 1 is primarily used as the Fire Chief’s vehicle for conducting fire business, both emergency and non emergency situations. Unit 1 is equipped with a code three light and siren package used to respond as a quick response vehicle for the Fire Chief. The vehicle contains all the same valuable information that our command vehicles have. We have command books, pre-incident fire pre-plans for commercial businesses along with several other command tools and information that may be needed at an emergency scene.

Unit 3 Unit -3

Unit 3 is a 2002 F-150 Ford 4 x 4 pick-up power by a 4.6 Liter V8 engine with an automatic transmission. Unit 3 serves our department in several different ways. We use the truck as our primary inspection or general business vehicle. Unit 3 is also equipped with code three lighting and siren to be used as a quick response vehicle to respond right to the scene if needed. Unit 3 also response to several emergency scenes to provide a means of transporting used hose and equipment back to the station as needed.

Unit -6

Unit 6

ATVs

Ranger

6X6 Ranger

Unit 6 is a 1991 Cheyenne 3500 Series Chevrolet 4x4 Truck chassis with a flat bed body. It is powered by a 6.2-Liter Chevrolet diesel engine with an automatic transmission.

Unit 6 has become the Fire Department’s primary wild land fire attack vehicle. The truck is equipped with various equipment to fight wild land fires. We carry pump cans, brooms, shovels, drip torches and other equipment on the truck. The skid unit on the flat bed is equipped with a portable Honda pump, a 250 gallon water tank and 300 feet of hose on a reel. On the trailer we haul a 4X4 Polaris Ranger and a 6X4 Polaris Ranger. Like Unit 6, both Rangers carry a Honda portable pump, a 60 gallon water tank, and a hose reel.

Fire Engine GrassFireUnit

Decon Trailer DeconTrailer

Rescue Boat Rescue Boat