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Engine 67

Engine 67 is a 1995 EONE Cyclone Pumper with seating for seven personnel and the following specifications/equipment:

Tank / Pump

1500 GPM Hale Q-Max Pump

1000 Gallons of Water

2 5 Gallon Buckets of Foam w/inductor

 

Hose / Extinguishers

1000’ of 5” supply line

800’ of pre-connected 1 ¾” hand lines

500’ of 3” supply line

250’ of pre-connected 2 ½” hand line

150’ of dry storage 1 ¾” hand line (Hi-rise pack)

20’ of hard sleeve

Hydrant Assist Valve

Multiple short sections of dry storage hose

1 Class A Fire Extinguisher (Water Can)

1 Class B Fire Extinguisher (CO2)

1 Class C Fire Extinguisher (Dry-Chem)

 

Ladders

1 24’ extension ladder

1 14’ roof ladder

1 10’ folding ladder

 

Miscellaneous Equipment

10 pounds of stay-dry

15kw Diesel Generator

4 hand lights

4 scene lights

400’ of electric cord reels

7 Motorola portable radios

7 Scott Air Pac’s w/spare cylinders

Big Eason Lock-out Kit

Binoculars

Brooms, Shovels and Brush Rakes

Gas Can

Ipads

Knox Box

Multiple hand tools / hooks

Negative Pressure Van w/jack  

Pre-plan and map books

Quick Vent Saw

Salvage covers and floor runners

Toolbox

Traffic cones

Tyson Mega Mover 

Various EMS Supplies

Various lengths of rope (rescue and utility)

Water cooler

Engine 67 and Engine 68 are twin engines both purchased at the same time. 

 


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