Apparatus Deliveries

By John M. Malecky >> The Randolph (VT) Fire Department designed this KME pumper with many safety features, says Chief Jay Collette. The features include a top-mount pump panel to keep the operator off the street, low-profile speedlays which can be deployed from the ground, and hose trays for safer repacking and sliding into the storage compartment. The rescue-style body keeps the inventory protected from harsh road conditions. Features/Equipment: Predator MFD chassis with 227-inch wheelbase and 10-inch raised-roof cab with six seats; NAVISTAR MaxxForce 13 475-hp diesel engine with ALLISON 4000 EVS automatic transmission; WATEROUS CS single-stage, 1,250-gpm pump with HYPRO Foam Pr...

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