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Posted: Jun 21, 2019

Ana Benefited (IA) Fire District Enclosed Top-Mount Pumper-Tanker

Features Include:
• Spartan Metro Star MFD 24” raised roof Tandem Chassis
• Cummins L9, 450-HP Diesel Engine
• Allison 3000 EVS Automatic Transmission
• Heavy Duty Stainless-steel Body and Sub-Frame
• ROM Roll Up Compartment Doors
• 24” Front bumper extension with 5” suction and 1 ½” Preconnect
• Five (5) Person Cab seating with four (4) SCBA seats
• 3000-Gallon Poly Tank
• One (1) 2 ½” Tank fill, right side and One (1) 4” Tank fill, rear
• One (1) Newton 10” square electric swivel dump with 36” manual extension
• Hale QMAX150, 1500-GPM Pump with enclosed top operator’s controls
• Two (2) 2 ½” Discharges, one (1) each side
• Three (3) 3” Discharges, one (1) right side, one (1) rear and one (1) over pump
• One (1) 2 ½” and two (2) 1 ½” Cartridge Lay Preconnects, front of body
• One (1) 2 ½” Gated Suction, left side
• Free floating hosewell, right side pump module running board

For more information, visit https://www.alexisfire.com/listings/enclosed-top-mount-pumper-tanker-2345/ 

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Posted: Jun 21, 2019

Rosenbauer Rising Stem Handwheel Valve Control

The Rosenbauer exclusive rising stem handwheel valve control. This valve control can be used on any discharge. Very easy to operate with precision control of your valve.

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Posted: Jun 21, 2019

Truck Talk with North Brunswick (NJ) Volunteer Fire Company

Body: Extruded Aluminum Chassis: Cyclone II Long Cab with 67.5″ CA Engine: Cummins ISX12 500HP Tank: 300 Gallon “T” Water Tank Pump: Waterous CSu 1500 GPM Pump Axle:  Tandem Aerial:  105' steel ladder with 575 pound tip load, pinnable waterway and a 2.5 to 1 structural safety factor

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Posted: Jun 21, 2019

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Posted: Jun 21, 2019

'Built From The Ground Up' Volvo Trucks Donates Firetruck to Pulaski County

Volvo Trucks, one of the largest employers in Pulaski County, recently gifted the county a new fire apparatus. The new rig seats up to seven firefighters, and it carries 2,500 gallons of water. The truck will be stationed at the New Bern Fire Department, but it will be for the entire county to use.

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