Archive for category New Delivery

New ambulance remount for Huntley FPD

From the Huntley Fire Protection District Facebook page:

Members of the apparatus committee traveled to Rock Rapids Iowa Thursday to take possession of station two’s new ambulance. Arrow Ambulance specializes in remounting new chassis to existing work boxes which saves the fire district a substantial amount compared to buying an all new ambulance. To learn more about the benefits of remounting follow the link.

Huntley FPD Type 1 ambulance

Huntley FPD photo

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New quint for Elgin FD

From Macqueeneq.com:

Elgin FD Quint 1

Pierce Enforcer PUC Ascendent quint

Pierce composite

Pierce Enforcer PUC Ascendent quint

Elgin FD photo

  • Job Number: 35087
  • Chassis: Enforcer™
  • Body: Ascendant® 107’ Heavy-Duty Aerial Ladder
  • Engine: Cummins L9
  • Horsepower: 450 hp
  • Front Suspension: Leaf
  • Rear Suspension: Spring
  • Electrical System: Command Zone™
  • Pump: Pierce PUC™ Midship
  • Pump GPM: 1,500-GPM
  • Tank: Water
  • Tank Size: 500 gallons

thanks Zach

 

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New quint for the Carpentersville Fire Department (more)

From the Carpentersville Professional Fire Fighters IAFF Local 4790 Facebook page:

Final inspection day/night on our new ladder truck. Thanks to the Carpentersville community supporting their fire department.

Pierce Impel PUC quint

Carpentersville FD photo

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New engine for Palatine

From macqueeneq.com: 

Pierce Enforcer fire engine

Pierce composite

  • Job Number:35091
  • Chassis: Enforcer™
  • Body: Pumper
  • Actual Overall Height: 10? 0?
  • Engine: Cummins L9
  • Horsepower: 450 hp
  • Front Suspension: Leaf
  • Rear Suspension: Spring
  • Electrical System: Hard Wired
  • Pump: Hale Midship
  • Pump GPM: 1,500 gpm
  • Tank: Water
  • Tank Size: 750 Gallons

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New truck for Evanston FD

From the Evanston Fire Department Facebook page:

We are proud to announce that the EFD will take delivery of this 2006 Pierce Dash ladder truck in the next two weeks. This truck is replacing our 30 year old and very tired reserve ladder truck. This truck previously served the Lisle-Woodridge Fire Protection District. Many thanks go out to Battalion Chief Bill Muno, the Foreign Fire Tax Board, Fleet Services, and the City Council for supporting this purchase. The purchase price is being split between the Foreign Fire Tax Board and the city. #evanstonfire

former Lisle-Woodridge Fire Protection District aerial ladder truck

Evanston FD photo

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New Engine for Prospect Heights (more)

The Prospect Heights Fire Protection is proud to announce it has taken delivery of its 2020 Alexis/Spartan rescue pumper. It is outfitted with a 1500-GPM pump, a 750-gallon water tank, and 60-gallon Class B foam tank for the around-the-pump foam system. The clean cab concept was used and all PPE, SCBA, and tools will be carried in the compartment behind the cab. Only EMS gear will be carried in the cab.  The apparatus sports our new appearance (all red with grey stripe and door logo) that we adopted with the 2017 and 2018 rechassis of two ambulances. The signature SQUAD 9 was adopted as it is replacing our Alexis/Freightliner squad pumper. It will carry all of the squad’s gear and will run out of Station 9. The current Engine 9 will be reassigned as Engine 39. The 2001 ALF/Alexis pumper will be placed into reserve. This will ensure that when a frontline apparatus goes down we will have a pumper with sufficient GPM capacity, 1500 feet of LDH, and 750 gallons of water serving in its place. While we originally set out to replace the 2001 ALF/Alexis, we determined that keeping it was a better option than keeping the Alexis/Freightliner with its 500-gallon tank, 1000-GPM pump, and only 600 feet of LDH. Late last year we reviewed how the new apparatus would fit into the fleet and responses, and it was determined it really is a squad and would be best at Station 9. Our officers rotate stations so they felt it wouldn’t matter which firehouse received the new apparatus.

Alexis rescue pumper

Prospect Heights FPD photo

This apparatus was the result of a committee than began in September of 2018 and conducted meetings for about eight months before requesting proposals. In June of 2019, the proposals were opened and at the August 2019 Board of Trustees meeting the purchase was approved. Construction commenced in September 2019 and proceeded until COVID-19 shut down plant operations for a short period. After a few change orders we have finally arrived at delivery and couldn’t be happier with the final product. This is the fifth Alexis apparatus for the PHFD.  Four were purchased using competitive bids. The tanker was an emergency purchase.

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New Engine for Prospect Heights (more)

Completed delivery photos of Prospect Heights FPD Squad 9 from Alexis

 

Alexis rescue pumper

Alexis Fire photo

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New engine for Rosemont Public Safety

This from Randy Buttliere:

2020 Pierce Enforcer heavy duty rescue pumper
84″ cab, top mounted pump
1500/750 30 & 40 foam tanks
Full height / full depth compartments
Unique feature, full Chevron on rear of cab due to tollway responses
Two red 888s and a Roto Rays
2020 Pierce Enforcer heavy duty rescue pumper

Randy Butlierre photo

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New tower ladder for Buffalo Grove (more)

2020 E-ONE Cyclone HP100 platform aerial

John Kleeman photo

From the Fire Service, Inc. Facebook page:

Congratulations Buffalo Grove Professional Firefighters and Paramedics Local 3177 on the recent delivery of a new 2020 E-ONE 100′ platform aerial.

We are extremely proud to provide dependable emergency vehicles for your community! We appreciate your continued trust & loyalty!!

Specs: Cyclone chassis, Cummins X12 500HP engine, Hale QMAX 2000-GPM pump, 300-gal. booster tank, & Whelen LED lighting package.

2020 E-ONE Cyclone HP100 platform aerial

Fire Service, Inc. photo

From the Buffalo Grove Professional Firefighters and Paramedics Local 3177 Facebook page:

Buffalo Grove Firefighters got quite the present on Tuesday! BGFD took delivery of our new Tower 25. Getting a piece of equipment this important is a several year process and involves an enormous amount of research, design, and travel by the Apparatus Committee. We want to thank Village President Sussman, the members of the Village Board, Village Manager Bragg, and Fire Chief Baker for their continued support. Be on the look out for Tower 25 on the streets of Buffalo Grove in the coming weeks!

 

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New ambulance for the Chicago Ridge FD

From the Fire Service, Inc. Facebook page:

Congratulations Chicago Ridge Fire Department on the recent delivery of a new 2020 Road Rescue Emergency Vehicles remount provided by REV Group, Inc. Solutions!

We would like to thank Chief William Bonnar, the members of the CRFD, & the Village of Chicago Ridge for their continued support.

Specs: Ford F-550 chassis, 7.3L gas engine, Liquid Spring Suspension System, Zico Electric O2 bottle lift, & AliArc heavy duty grill-guard

Type 1 ambulance remount

Fire Service, Inc photo

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