Apparatus

The Beemerville Fire Dept is comprised of 3 engines, 2 Tankers, a light tower and one Chiefs vehicle.

Engine 3

2012 KME Predator MFD chassis with six-inch raised roof cab, International MaxxForce 13, 450 hp diesel engine, Allison 3000 EVS automatic transmission, Hale two-stage 1250 gpm pump with top mount panel, Akron 3096, 95 gpm foam educator system, UPF 750 gallon water and 30 gallon foam tanks, 144 inch KIME Flush Back 3/16 inch aluminum body with ROM roll-up doors, interior storage for ladders and hard suction hose and an Onan 10 kw CMHG (Commercial Mobile Hydraulic) generator.
 
This Engine is first out on all fire related calls. It carries fire suppression equipment, 1200 ft of 5" Supply Hose, 3- preconnected hose loads, and additional 3" and 1 3/4" attack hose, ground ladders, ventilation fans, portable and truck mounted lighting, forcible entry tools, 7- MSA M7 Firehawk 4500 psi SCBAs, AED, MSA 4-gas meter, ISG XR Elite Thermal Imaging Camera, Portable radios for all seated position, and safety vests for crew members
 

Tanker 647

Tanker 647 is an International which carries two firefighters and 3000 gallons of water.  This tanker is very useful in most parts of the township to deliver water to a fire scene when there are no fire hydrants available.

Tanker 646

Tanker 646 is a Mack/ New Lexington which carries two firefighters and 3500 gallons of water. This tanker is very useful in most parts of the township to deliver water to a fire scene when there are no fire hydrants available. 646 is the first due tanker to all active fires within Wantage and Sussex County as well.

Engine 4

Engine 644 2006 KME 2000 GPM HALE 2 STAGE PUMP 1000 GAL WATER TANK 30 GAL FOAM TANK 644 IS 1ST Due on all Motor vehicle related calls.  644 offers seating for 6 firefighters and carries 5 SCBA setups as well as a compliment of spare bottles.  644 carries Holmatro rescue tools, a full assortment of stabilization cribbing, k12, chainsaw, sawzall, rescue struts, scene lights, negative pressure fan, rope bags, various ground ladders and hand tools, and an AED for firefighter assistance.

Engine 5

Engine 5 1995 International / New Lexington 1250 GPM pump 750 gallon tank.  Engine 5 is utilized for Standbys, Brush Fires and Extreme Weather Situations.

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Apparatus Photo's taken by Adam Alberti