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Engine/Tanker 62-2

Engine 62-2 is a 2009 Pierce Arrow XT Engine/Tanker. This unit serves as our main fire suppression unit and responds first due to all structure fires, vehicle fires and automatic fire alarms in our primary response area and on mutual-aid responses. Some of its main features include:

Seating for Six Firefighters
Detroit Series 60, 515HP Engine
Allison Automatic Transmission
2,000 GPM Hale Q-Max Single-Stage Pump
2,500 Gallon Poly Water Tank
Whelen LED Warning Lights
Federal Q Mechanical Siren
Powercall Electronic Siren
Standard and Locomotive Air Horns
10” Newton Square Dump Valve – Rear
8” Bray Round Dump Valves – Each Side
(2) – 3.00” Direct Tank Fills – Rear
TFT Hurricane 1,250 GPM Remote-Controlled Deck Gun
26” Extended Front Bumper with (3) Attack Lines:

  • 150’ 2.00” Attack Line
  • 100’ 2.00” Attack Line
  • 100’ 1.20” Attack Lose
Mid-Ship Crosslay Configuration:
  • 200’ 1.50” Attack Line
  • 300’ 1.50” Attack Line
  • 200’ 2.00” Attack Line
  • 300’ 2.00” Attack Line
Hose Bed Capacity:
  • 1,100 feet of 5.00” Supply Hose
  • 400’ 2.00” Attack Line (pre-connect)
  • (2) - 300’ 3.00” Attack Line (pre-connect with TFT Blitzfire Guns)
High-Rise Pack with 150’ of 1.75” Hose
20 Gallons AFFF Foam
(6) MSA Firehawk SCBAs
(2) MSA Thermal Imaging Cameras
20 KW Harrison Hydraulic Generator
Will-Burt 15’ 5,400-Watt Light Tower
(2) 200’ Cord Reels with Junction Boxes
14,000+ Watts of Scene Lighting
Dry chemical, Carbon Dioxide, (2) Class D and (2) Pressurized Water Extinguishers
Gas-Powered PPV Fan
Electric PPV Fan
Stihl Chainsaw with Carbide Chain
Partner K-12 Rotary Saw
28’ Extension Ladder
14’ Roof Ladder
10’ Attic Ladder
Numerous Pike Poles and Other Hand Tools

Tanker 62

Tanker 62 is a 1994 Peterbilt/New Lexington Tanker. It has a 1,750 GPM Darley pump and a 3,000-gallon water tank. This piece is designed to operate in a tanker shuttle and also to serve as a nurse tanker utilizing a single or dual port-a-tank setup. This piece responds first due to all tanker assist calls and third due to all structure fires in our primary response area. Some of its main features include:

  • Seating for three firefighters
  • (2) MSA Firehawk SCBAs
  • (3) 10.00 Air-operated dump valves: (1) on each side and (1) in rear
  • (2) 3.00 Gated dry tank fills w/ 3.00 Stortz couplers
  • 3,500 Gallon port-a-tank
  • 6.00 Floating strainer w/ riser plate
  • 6.00 Low-level strainer
  • (3) Sections 6.00 hard suction hose
  • Rear 6.00 gated suction inlet
  • (4) 4.00 Large-diameter discharge gates
  • (2) 200 2.00 Attack lines on reels
  • Various pony lengths of 4 and 5 hose
  • Set of 5 hose ramps

Engine 62-1

Engine 62-1 is a 1998 HME/New Lexington All-Wheel Drive Engine. It has a 2,000 GPM Darley pump and a 600-gallon water tank. It carries 20 gallons of AFFF in a cell inside the main tank. This piece is our main vehicle accident piece and responds first due to all vehicle accidents, rescue calls and brush/woods fires in our primary response area. It also functions as our primary drafting piece for water supply operations. Some of its main features include:

  • Seating for eight firefighters
  • (5) MSA Firehawk SCBAs
  • MSA Evolution thermal imaging camera
  • 15-foot, 6,000 Watt light tower
  • 15 KW Amps hydraulic generator
  • 250 cord reel with junction box
  • TFT Crossfire deck gun mounted above pump
  • (2) - 6.00 Gated suction intakes on each side of pump
  • (2) 4.00 Large-diameter discharge gates
  • 1,550 5.00 Supply line set up to lay single or dual lines
  • 250 4.00 Supply line
  • 450 3.00 Supply line
  • (2) 250 2.00 Attack lines on reels
  • (2) 200 1.50 Preconnected crosslays
  • 200 2.50 Blitz line
  • TFT Blitzfire portable deck gun
  • (4) 12 6.00 hard suctions
  • (2) 10 6.00 hard suctions
  • (2) 6.00 Floating strainers w/ riser plate
  • 5.00 by (4) 2.50 Gated manifold for tanker fill-site operations
  • Dry chemical, carbon dioxide, class d and (2) pressurized water extinguishers
  • Water-powered 36 PPV fan
  • Shihl chainsaw w/ carbide chain
  • Holmatro Core rescue tool system with duo pump, cutter, spreader, combi-tool and ram
  • (3) Maxiforce air bags
  • Oil dry and spill control kit
  • Milwaukee reciprocating saw
  • Large amount of cribbing
  • Numerous pike poles, pry bars and other hand tools

Squad 62-1

Squad 62-1 is a 1997 Freightliner/Emergency-One vehicle that previously served as an ambulance. This unit serves as a manpower transport unit, vehicle-accident support and traffic control unit. This unit responds first-due to traffic control calls, second-due to vehicle accidents and at other times when specifically requested by the Incident Commander. Some of its main features include:

  • Seating for eight firefighters
  • Large quantity of traffic control equipment, including cones, barricades, vests, flashlights and detour signs
  • Refrigerator for bottled water
  • (5) MSA Firehawk SCBAs
  • Various hand tools
  • Dry chemical, Class D and Pressurized Water extinguishers
  • Large quantity of absorbent