Progress Report #13: Engine 59-1

Today, Company 59 received some more photos of the New Engine 59-1. The rig is nearly done and the inspection team from FDLS will be down later this week to check everything out. Once the new engine arrives in Pennsylvania it will be taken for minor work and tool mounting. The lettering will be done as well on the rig. Then the final step is training on the engine will start. This will be a great tool for our department to help serve the community of Lower Swatara Township along with mutual aid areas as well.

H-4806 Lower Swatara, PA

Type: Custom Rescue Pumper

Chassis: Ferrara Intruder 2 custom fire chassis; Cummins ISL-450 engine; Allison 3000 EVS transmission; Intruder 2 extended medium cab with 12” raised roof; Seating for 6; Extreme Duty insulation package; HID headlights.

Body: Heavy duty extruded aluminum fire body; Left and right side full height x 28” deep compartments; Ladders/pike poles between tank and high sides; Spare SCBA over rear wheels; Chassis air outlets in wheel wells.

Pump: Waterous CSU 1500 GPM; Hinged right side pump panel; Fire Research InControl pressure governor; Front suction with Monarch electric valve and 6” swivel; Front jump line; Single plumbed crosslay; Dry crosslay; Rear 2-1/2” discharge; Deck gun plumbing with TFT Extend-A-Gun; Right side LDH discharge; Waterous Platinum Series 200 CFM CAFS; Williams Fire & Hazard Advent 12 foam system.

Tank: 500 gallon poly water tank; 2-1/2” direct tank inlet on side panel; 20 and 30 gallon integral foam cells.

Feature: Code 3 LED warning lights; Federal Signal Q2B siren; Westerbeke 10 kW diesel generator; 2 Fire Research 1000W telescopic lights; Fire Research 1000W brow light.

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