Engines and Aerial Platform

Engines 2001 Emergency 1 Pumper
  • Designation: Engine 1 (E-1)
  • Operated by Career Force out of Central Station
  • Pump: 1,500 GPM* single-stage Hale
  • Water On-board: 750 gallons
  • Seating: 6
  • Other Equipment:
    • Jaws of Life
    • Thermal imager
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 2008 Emergency 1 "Quint"
  • Designation: Engine 2 (E-2)
  • Operated by Career Force out of North Station
  • Pump: 2,000 GPM* single-stage Hale
  • Water On-board: 500 gallons
  • Seating: 6
  • Other Equipment:
    • 75' aerial ladder with 1,000gpm nozzle
    • Jaws of Life
    • Thermal imager
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1999 Kovatch Mobile Equipment Pumper
  • Designation: Engine 3 (E-3)
  • Operated by the Student Force out of North Station
  • Pump: 1,500 GPM* single-stage Hale
  • Water On-board: 1000 gallons
  • Seating: 6
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2003 Emergency 1 Pumper
  • Designation: Engine 4 (E-4)
  • Operated by Call Force out of North Station
  • Pump: 1,500 GPM* single-stage Hale
  • Water On-board: 1000 gallons
  • Seating: 6
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1996 HME / Central States Pumper
  • Designation: Engine 5 (E-5)
  • Assigned to Central Station as a reserve engine
  • Pump: 1,500 GPM* single-stage Hale
  • Water Onboard: 1000 gallons
  • Seating: 6
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Aerial Platform
1988 Duple Simon / LT1 D-4507FD Aerial Platform
  • Designation: L-1
  • Pump: 1,250 GPM* Waterous
  • Seating: 6
  • Other Equipment:
    • 102 foot aerial platform with prepiped 1,000 GPM* gun
*Gallons Per Minute
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