Apparatus & Equipment


Issue 5 and Volume 154.

The Huntingburg (IN) Volunteer Fire Department Click here to enlarge image Designed its EMERGENCY ONE nonwalk-in rescue truck to handle a variety of incidents, ranging from heavy rescue to light fire suppression, Chief Glen E. Kissling says. The department protects a 45-square-mile area that is 20 percent urban and 80 percent rural and has a population of 8,500. Features/Equipment: INTERNATIONAL 4900 chassis with 236-inch wheelbase; cab seating for five; INTERNATIONAL 530E 300-hp diesel engine; ALLISON MD 3060P automatic transmission; HALE AP 50 single-stage, 500-gpm pump; EMERGENCY ONE 300-gallon water tank; 100 feet of one-inch hose in front bumper; 50 feet of 11/2-inch line on driver’s side; 50 feet of two-inch line at pump panel; AKRON 95-gpm foam eductor; EMERGENCY ONE 20-gallon foam tank; 18-foot aluminum body with 15 storage compartments, including two rollout compartments under the body and four storage compartments on the roof; A.M.P.S. 20-kw hydraulic generator; two SUPERVAC…

Subscribe to unlock this content

Subscribe Now