Apparatus
BRUSH 13-5
BRUSH 13-5
1952 DODGE POWERWAGON
This apparatus is one of the original brush trucks at Company 13. It was purchased by the department and outfitted with a steel tank and pump. It was repainted less than 10 years ago and is used when other trucks cannot reach a brush fire due to rough terrain.
BRUSH 13-6
BRUSH 13-6
2000 FORD F-350
This apparatus was originally Concord Rescue's 4A2. Thanks to the generosity of the Concord Rescue Squad, the Concord Volunteer Fire Department was able to build a new brush truck on this chassis. The truck features two large hose reels, a cross lay, and a foam system. It also features two sprayers under the front bumper for quick field fire extinguishment.
COMMAND 13
COMMAND 13
2003 FORD EXPLORER
This vehicle was once owned by the Campbell County Sheriff's Office. It is now used by the Concord Volunteer Fire Department as a command vehicle. It features a slide out unit that holds the command board, a Scott SCBA, and various other tools.
ENGINE 13-1
ENGINE 13-1
2007 PIERCE ARROW XT
This apparatus is the first out piece for all motor vehicle crashes. It features a 20KW hydraulic generator, electric Holmatro pump, Core Technology Holmatro extrication tools (Combi Tool, O Cutter, Mini Cutter, Spreaders, Ram), Res-Q-Jacks, Paratech high pressure air bags, cribbing. It powered by a Series 60 Detroit and has a 750 gallon tank with a 1500 GPM pump. Engine 13-1 also has a Husky foam system.
ENGINE 13-2
ENGINE 13-2
1998 E-ONE CYCLONE II
This apparatus is in its second tour of service. The Concord Volunteer Fire Department purchased it from the Cranston Heights Volunteer Fire Company in 2008. Engine 13-2 features an 8 person cab, a large assortment of structural firefighting tools, a 1000 gallon tank and a 1500 GPM two stage pump. It is powered by a Series 60 Detroit and a 4000 series Allison transmission.
RESCUE 13
RESCUE 13
1998 E-One Cyclone
Rescue 13 is equipped with a large assortment of Technical Rescue tools including Hurst extrication tools, high and low air pressure bags, cribbing, rappelling equipment, as well as a cascade, light tower, and 25 Kw generator. This apparatus was designed to handle almost any situation.
TANKER 13-4
TANKER 13-4
1999 INTERNATIONAL (BUILT BY M&W)
This apparatus has a 1250 gallon tank and a 500 GPM PTO pump. This apparatus is the third out piece for most incidents involving fire. It features 6 Scott SCBA, a 3000 gallon dump tank and an assortment of structural and brush firefighting tools.
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