Year and Make: 2005 Pierce Dash
Purchase Price: $452,000
Engine:455 HP Detroit Diesel 60 Series
Other Features: Chassis is configured to seat six firefighters and features a 10 inch raised roof, air conditioning, PIERCE exclusive TAK-4 Independent Front Suspension System and 360 Degree Roll Protection Systems. Rescue style compartments, hydraulic ladder rack, a Harrison 15kW hydraulic generator, FRC Optima lights on the cab brow, rear of the apparatus and rear cab wall, and one 200 foot cord reel. The Hale QMAX Single Stage 2000 GPM Pump supplies a front trash line, three preconnected crosslays, and two preconnected bedlays. A PIERCE HUSKY 10 Foam System allows for the use of foam through all six preconnected handlines. Engine 411 is also equipped to carry 1000 ft. of 5” supply line and 500 ft. of 3” supply line and features all Whelen LED Emergency Lighting, and a Federal Q2B mechanical siren. Custom paint and all custom lettering and graphics were also done by PIERCE.
Year and Make: 2012 Pierce Velocity Pumper
Engine: 500 HP Detroit Diesel Series
Tank: 750 gallons
Other Features: Command Zone™, Control Zone™, Hands-Free SCBA Brackets, PS6™ Seats, VLH® Caps. Chassis is configured to seat six firefighters and features, air conditioning, PIERCE exclusive TAK-4 Independent Front Suspension System and 360 Degree Roll Protection Systems. FRC Optima lights on the cab brow, rear of the apparatus and rear cab wall, and one 200 foot cord reel. The Hale QMAX Single Stage 2000 GPM Pump supplies a front trash line, three preconnected crosslays, and two preconnected bedlays. Engine 411 is also equipped to carry 1000 ft. of 5” supply line and 500 ft. of 3” supply line and features all Whelen LED Emergency Lighting, and a Federal Q2B mechanical siren. Custom paint and all custom lettering and graphics were also done by PIERCE.
Year and Make: 2001 Pierce Dash
Purchase Price: $325,000
Engine: 430 HP Detroit Diesel Series 60 Engine
Tank: 750 gallons
Other Features: The custom Dash chassis features a 10 inch raised roof over the crew area with seating for six firefighters in custom Kevlar woven SCBA seats. Other interior features include a FireCom 3010 intercom system for all seats, air conditioning in the full cab and ergonomically designed control consoles for both driver and officer. Engine 414 is equipped with a 2000 GPM, Hale QMAX pump. Intake and large diameter discharges are electrically controlled for operator safety. Transmission is an Allison World-Class 5-speed automatic transmission. Anti-lock brakes (ABS) and a three-stage Jacob brake have been integrated for additional safety. Additional features include an AMPS 8kW hydraulic generator, two telescoping 1500W Floodlights, and a full compliment of Federal and Whelen emergency lighting. The unit carries two 1 ¾" pre-connected hose lines, one 1 ¾" pre-connected trash line, and a unique apartment/warehouse line featuring 3" supply line with a gated wye designed for quick cross lay deployment. The rear bed lays include a 250 Ft. 1 ¾" pre-connected hose line, a 250 Ft. 2 ½" pre-connected blitz line, 500 Ft. of 3" supply line and 1000 Ft. of 5" LDH with hydrant assist valve. The unit carries a 35 Ft. Duo-Safety extension ladder, 14 Ft. Duo-Safety roof ladder, and a 10 Ft. folding ladder.
Year and Make: 2010 Pierce Velocity
Engine: 425 HP Cummins ISL
Tank: 1000 gallons
Other Features: Engine 415 is a 2010 Pierce Velocity Pumper. Engine 415 is a 1000 gallon pumper with a 2000 GPM Hale Q-Max fire pump. It is equipped with a Harrison 15 kW Generator, Pierce TAK-4 Independent Front Suspension, Side Roll and Frontal Impact Protection air bags, Infrared scene lighting and Whelen emergency lighting. Engine 415 seats six firefighters with SCBA and is equipped for 6 preconnected attack lines as well as 1000 feet of LDH supply line. The truck is powered by a Cummins ISL 450hp diesel engine and an Allison 6 speed automatic transmission. Engine 415 was placed in service in September 2010 and completed the make up of an All Pierce fleet at Abingdon Fire Company.
Truck 431 is a 2017 Pierce Enforcer 105 FT Heavy Duty Aerial Ladder. It was built by Pierce Manufacturing in Appleton, Wisconsin. Truck 431 features a 105 foot heavy duty aerial device, Waterous 1250 gallon per minute, single-stage fire pump, 500 gallon water tank and a pre-piped aerial waterway. The unit also has two pre-connected crosslays. It has seating for six (6) firefighters with frontal impact and side roll occupant protection. Sigtronics radio interfaced intercom system for crew communication and hearing protection in the cab. The unit is powered by a Detroit Diesel DD13 Engine with 525 HP and 1850 Lb FT of torque. Additionally the unit is equipped with Pierce TAK-4 independent front, and T3 Independent rear suspension with rear steering. This system creates a smoother ride for firefighters and greater control of the apparatus for the operator. The aerial unit is equipped with over 174 Feet of Ground Ladders. Truck 431 features Amdor roll-up doors, Whelen emergency and scene lighting, a Harrison 10kW hydraulic generator, aerial illumination, perimeter lighting, and rear facing and side facing cameras for safety.
Year and Make: 2012
F-350 Purchase Price: $43,300
Heavy Rescue 451
Year and Make: 2005 PIERCE LANCE
Purchase Price: $663,000
Engine: 515 HP Detroit Diesel Series 60 Engine
Other Features: Extended Chassis is configured to seat eight firefighters and features a 22 inch raised roof, 84” cab extended cab, air conditioning, PIERCE exclusive TAK-4 Independent Front Suspension System and 360 Degree Roll Protection Systems and an Allison EVS 4000 Automatic Transmission. Large EMS compartments were also integrated into the crew cab for quick deployment of equipment. A 23.5 foot tandem axle rescue body contains a wide array of equipment including Hurst tools, air tools, air bags, and equipment for confined space, trench rescue, water rescue, high angle rescue and other specialized equipment. RESCUE 451 also features a Command Workstation in the crew cab, a Harrison 30kW hydraulic generator, FRC Optima lights on the sides and rear of the apparatus, FRC Optima HID lights on the cab brow and the rear of the apparatus, a six head Wil-Burt light tower, six Hurst reels with remote dump valves, two service air reels with a Matco service air compressor, two breathing air reels, a four cylinder cascade system with booster pump, Eagle Sidewinder dual fill station, and four 200 foot electric cord reels. The front bumper design allows for quick deployment of a combination tool and other Hurst equipment while operating in close quarters in busy traffic situations. RESCUE 451 also features a rear 12,000 lb. winch as well as a 9,000 lb. portable winch which can be deployed at the front or both sides of the vehicle. RESCUE 451 is equipped with a full compliment of HURST tools powered by two HURST TRIMO power supplies. Special compartments were configured for trench and confined space equipment. A slide out folding stairway allows access to the roof walkway containing additional storage in large hatch compartments. The new Heavy Rescue Vehicle features custom paint and graphics by PIERCE, and features Whelen Super LED Warning lights.
Rescue Boat 452
Year and Make: 1999 22’ Maycraft
Purchase Price: $35,000
Year and Make: 2014 Ford F550 designed by Horton Ambulance
Purchase Price: $205,000
The unit has added features such as 4x4 drive power and also has liqud suspension system for a more comfortable ride to the hospital. The rear of unit has custom designed blue and orange reflective chevrons along with lighted chevron lights in the back for extra safety on the roadway. The interior of the unit is designed to provide safety to the provider(s) while caring for patients with seats all around in the back.
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Year and Make: 2000 Ford F-350 SD
Purchase Price: $35,000
Year and Make: 2008 Ford
Purchase Price: $29,600
Year and Make: 2005 Dodge Grand Caravan
Purchase Price: $21,500
Year and Make: 2005 Suburban
Purchase Price: $31,000
EMS and fire crews utilize this utility allowing them to be available while in the area and is used to deliver additional manpower to scenes.