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Washington Township/Buck Creek Rescue 906

The Washington Township/Buck Creek Volunteer Fire Department Rescue 906 was built by Alexis Fire Equipment out of Alexis, Illinois.  The 18 foot custom rescue is mounted to a Spartan Metro Star MFD 20” raised roof Chassis.

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Washington Township/Buck Creek Volunteer Fire Department

The Washington Township/Buck Creek Volunteer Fire Department Rescue 906 was built by Alexis Fire Equipment out of Alexis, Illinois.  The 18 foot custom rescue is mounted to a Spartan Metro Star MFD 20” raised roof Chassis.

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Apparatus Information

  • Spartan Metro Star MFD 20” raised roof Chassis
  • Cummins ISL9, 380-HP Diesel Engine
  • Allison 3000 EVS Automatic Transmission
  • Six (6) man cab seating with three (3) SCBA seats
  • Heavy Duty 3/16” Aluminum Body with ROM painted Roll Up Doors
  • Four (4) Upper storage compartments, two (2) each side recessed into roof
  • Front and Rear Reese type hitch/winch receivers with electrical connections
  • Two (2) winch points, one (1) each side behind rear wheels
  • Three (3) EMS compartments, custom map box and tray, cab interior
  • One (1) Triple bottle Air bottle compartment, left side wheel well
  • Two (2) Fire Extinguisher compartments, right side wheel well
  • Oil Dry hopper, left side upper compartment with control value and chute lower
  • Top access Sure Grip stainless steel ladder, rear mounted
  • Turtle Tile on floors and/or shelves and trays of compartments
  • Stokes basket/backboard rack, transverse area
  •  Two (2) Vertical pull-out tool boards and Air bag rack, right side
  • SCBA bottle storage rack for eight (8) bottles and tool chest, left side
  • CMW Hydraulic/Air hose reels,
  • FireCom  Wireless Intercom System
  • Norcold built-in Refrigerator, left side
  • Kussmaul 1200 on-board battery charger with Viair Air compressor
  • Kussmaul Super Auto Eject 120-volt shoreline connection
  • Brigade Backeye 360 degree camera system with 7” LCD montior
  • Federal Q2B mechanical Siren and two (2) Air Horns, front bumper
  • Whelen Electronic Siren with two (2) Whelen 100-watt speakers
  • Whelen and FRC Scene Light Packages
  • Smart Power HR-10, 10,000 watt hydraulic Generator with 120-volt system
  • Two (2) Electric cord reels with 200-ft of 10/3 cord and junction boxes
  • Command Light Knight 2 light tower
  • Six (6) bottle 6000-PSI Cascade system with control panel and Fill enclosure
  • Whelen LED Warning Light Package and Chevron pattern striping, rear
  • 10’ 9” Overall height
  • 30’ 9” Overall length
  • 194” Wheelbase
  • 140” Cab to Axle
  • 20,000 FAWR
  • 27,000 RAWR
  • 47,000 GVWR

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El Dorado Fire District Heavy Rescue

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Santa Fe County’s El Dorado Fire District has added this SVI-built Heavy Rescue. Mounted to a Spartan Metro Star chassis, this heavy-duty aluminum body maximizes compartment space with select transverse trays. This fire truck also features a Weldon V-MUX multiplex system and a Command Light CL Series tower with six heads. For more information about this apparatus, choose one of the options below or contact us for more details. Check out more photos here.

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Fort Worth, TX Fire Department Heavy Rescue

Here’s another SVI Truck headed to the Lone Star state.  This Tandem Rear Axle Heavy Rescue was built for Fort Worth, Texas. It features a

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Here’s another SVI Truck headed to the Lone Star state.  This Tandem Rear Axle Heavy Rescue was built for Fort Worth, Texas. It features a 24′ aluminum body with a walk-in area, all mounted on a Spartan Gladiator LFD chassis with a 24-inch raised roof and powered by a Cummins X15 505HP engine. This truck features a powerful 180,000-lumen LED Command Light CL602A-W4 light tower, a Holmatro Core rescue tool system, OnScene Solutions heavy-duty aluminum cargo slides and much more!

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Violet Township Fire Department Heavy Rescue

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Checkout the video below of the Non-Walk-In Violet Township Heavy Rescue.

Basic Rig Information:

  • Department Name – Violet Township Fire Department
  • City – Pickerington
  • State – Ohio
  • Type – HDR / Pumper
  • Product Model – Pierce
  • Chassis – Velocity
  • Engin – Cummins ISX12 / 500 HP
  • Pump – Pierce PUC / 1500 GPM
  • Tank Size – 500 Gallon
  • Foam System – Husky 12 Single Agent
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