Apparatus
 
 
ENGINE No. 1
 
This truck was recenently delivered by 4-Guys Fire Apparauts of Meyersdale, PA. It has a 1500 gallon per minute Hale single-stage fire pump. The chassis is a Spartan Gladiator, with a Cummins six cylinder Diesel engine which develops 450 horse power. It has an Allsion HD-4060P five speed automatic transmission. The truck has an all stainless steel body, 4 crosslays, a TFT Crossfire deck gun and two LDH discharges. It has a 1200 watt inverter powering two 500 watt telescopic floodlights. It carries 2000 feet of 5" supply line, and six 200 ft 1-3/4" attack lines and two 200 ft 2-1/2" attack lines. This is our "first due" engine, it replaces our 1973 Ward LaFrance engine.
 
ENGINE No. 3

503This truck was purchased in 1996 as an additional engine.  It was delivered in April, 1996.  It is a Saulsbury Fire Equipment Corp. pumper.  The unit has a 1500 gallon per minute Hale single-stage fire pump.  The body is a "standard" pumper type body of stainless steel construction.  The booster tank is 1000 gallons and is constructed of poly material.  The engine is a Cummins Diesel six cylinder engine which develops 350 horse power.  It has an Allsion World automatic transmission.  The chassis is a Spartan Motors Gladiator.  It has a 1200 watt inverter powering two 500 watt telescopic floodlights, pre-piped TFT Crossfire deck gun with Extend-a-gun.  It currently carries 2000 feet of 5" supply line in tow 1000 ft beds, and six 200 ft 1-3/4" attack lines and two 200 ft 2-1/2" attack lines.  This is our "first due" engine.
 
Brush Truck 1

511This is our newest unit it was purchased in 1999. It is a Ford Super Duty crew cab pick up truck. The engine is a Ford eight cylinder diesel engine, with an automatic transmission, and four-wheel-drive. It has a variety of brush fire fighting equipment on board, such as brooms, shovels, and two, 250' lays of 1" single jacket fire hose, a Waterous 500 GPM fixed skid pump, and a 250 gallon poly tank and compartment unit. The skid unit was manufactured by Har-Rob Fire Apparatus in Syracuse New York..


 
Tanker No. 1

521This truck was a combination of a new 1999 Freightliner chassis, and an existing 1992 tanker body. It is a Saulsbury Fire Equipment Corporation Mohawk model tanker. The unit has a 250 gallon per minute Hale portable fire pump. The engine is Cummins eight cylinder diesel engine which develops 275 horsepower. It has an Allison five speed automatic transmission. The tank isa 1600 gallon poly tank. It carries two 1600 gallon portable ponds, a 24' extension and 14' roof ladder, and two 150' 1-1/2" hose lines to be used on grass, brush, or minor fires.
 
 
Tanker No. 2
 
522 bThis truck was purchased 1986.  It is a Saulsbury Fire Equipment Corporation Mohawk model tanker.  The unit has a 250 gallon per minute Hale portable fire pump.  The engine is Ford gasoline eight cylinder engine which develops 250 horse power.  It has an four speed manual transmission.  The tank isa 1600 gallon corten steel tank.  It carries two 1600 gallon portable ponds, ladders, and two 150' 1-1/2" hose lines to be used on grass, brush, or minor fires.
 
 
 
 
 
Rescue 1
 
541This truck was purchased in 1992 as a replacement for our 1972 rescue truck.   It is a Saulsbury Fire Equipment Corp. Cardinal Series 20' stainless steel heavy rescue unit.  The unit has a 15KW PTO driven frame mounted generator that powers 6, 1500 watt flood lights and miscellaneous portable electical equipment.  The body is all stainless steel construction, walk in type with a command center and an SCBA fill station in the rear body.  The unit carries a variety of heavy rescue tools including a full Hurst Hydraulic Rescue Tool set up.  It also carries such firefighting equipment as PPV fans, salvage  and overhaul equipment, and is a second response EMS apparatus. The engine is a Cummins Diesel six cylinder engine which develops 350 horse power.  It has an Allsion World automatic transmission.  The chassis is a Spartan Motors Gladiator raised roof LFD with seating for  ten (10) firefighters and SCBA  It also has an eight bottle 6000 PSI cascade system with air reel capability.  This apparatus runs on all fire alarms and motor vehicle accidents.
 
 
Rescue 2
 
This truck was purchased in 2000.  It is a Ford Excursion four wheel drive used primairly for EMS calls, that do not require the response of a Heavy Rescue Apparatus.  The engine is a Powerstroke 8 cylinder diesel, with an automatic transmission. It has a wide variety of EMS equipment on board.  The conversion from sport utility to rescue truck was done by Odyssey Specialty Vehicles  of Wharton, NJ.  On average this truck will respond to alarms twice a day.