By John M. Malecky
The Jacksonville Fire Company in Springfield Township (NJ)
has in service this Firovac pumper/tanker with a vacuum system.
Mounted on a Freightliner M2 106 chassis, it is powered by a
300-hp Cummins diesel engine and has a Darley KSP 1,000-
gpm pump and a 3,000-gallon water tank.
Firovac Power Systems
The La Ronge Regional Fire/Rescue Services in Saskatchewan, Canada, uses this four-person crown type pumper
built by Fort Garry Fire Trucks. It has an International 4400
chassis with a 330-hp Navistar 9 diesel engine. Features
include a Darley PSP 1,050-Igpm pump; an Advantus 6
foam system with a 25 IG “A” tank and a 50 IG “B” tank;
an Akron FireFox bumper turret; a Honda five-k W generator; and a Zico ladder rack.
Fort Garry Fire Trucks
firerescue.hotims.com The Delmar (DE) Fire Department operates this 4 Guys tanker/
pumper on a Peterbilt 389 chassis with a 550-hp Cummins ISX
15 diesel engine. It has a Hale Qmax XS 1,500-gpm pump and
a UPF 3,000-gallon water tank with a Newton three-way swivel
rear dump chute. It has a rear 2½-inch direct fill and a large-
diameter hose discharge.
4 Guys Fire Trucks
In service in the Bakers Volunteer Fire Department in Monroe
(NC) is this Midwest pumper/tanker on a Kenworth T-800
chassis. It has a 455-hp Cummins diesel engine; a Hale Qflo
1,250-gpm pump; an APR 3,000-gallon water tank; three 10-inch
Newton stainless steel dump valves with 18-inch electric extend-
able chutes; an Elkhart Vulcan deck gun; a Zico electric tank rack
with a 4,000-gallon portable tank; and On-Spot tire chains.
Midwest Fire Tanker
firerescue.hotims.com Marco Equipment Sales converted this Jeep Wrangler JK Rubicon
4 × 4 to a brush unit for the Gibraltar Fire Company in Birdsboro
(PA). It has a 3.6L V6 engine and a Marco high-pressure brush
skid unit with a Foam Pro TurboStream pump with a 13-hp
engine, a four-gpm 12-v electric pump, and UPF 80-gallon water
and five five-gallon foam tanks. There are three front bumper spray
nozzles, a Warn portable winch, and Whelen scene lights.
Marco Equipment Sales, LLC
The Serena (IL) Fire Protection District has in service this Alexis
rescue unit built on a Spartan Metro Star LFD chassis. Features
include a 450-hp Cummins ISWL 9 diesel engine, a six-seat cab
with a 10-inch raised roof, an EMS compartment, an oil dry
hopper, a four-bottle air cascade system with Spacesaver two-cylinder fill, a rack for 20 spare SCBA cylinders, an Onan 25-k W
generator, Will Burt Night Scan FRC scene lights, and six CMW
reels (two each hydraulic, electric/hydraulic, and air).
Alexis Fire Apparatus