Issue 7 and Volume 143.

APPARATUS DELIVERIES The Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania Fire Company, an all-volunteer unit located in Montgomery County, recently placed in service two rear-engine Hush pumpers built by Emergency One. Larry Kelly, chairman of the Truck Committee, explains that crew safety was of utmost importance when they planned the units to replace two 1981 pumpers. These new pumpers have four doors and seating for 11 crew members with seat belts. Five of the seats are equipped with air packs. The common crew area provides for excellent communications. The units are two of the first with squared-off hosebed due to redesign of the original engine configuration. They also feature the new modular instrument panel, which is mounted in a leather-look Naugaform dashboard and is ergonomically engineered. The units are equipped with a Hale QSMG 1,500-gpm, single-stage pump with a 6-inch front intake and five 3-inch discharges around the sides and rear. They have 3,000…

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