WYOMING, MI—Lockheed Martin, in Marietta, Georgia has taken delivery of two HME SilverFox fire apparatus, both mounted on an 1871-SFO custom chassis with single frame rails and seating for six.
HME received the opportunity to create these apparatus specifically for this American global aerospace, defense, security and advanced Technology Company.
Each SilverFox apparatus is powered by a Cummins ISL9-330-hp diesel engine and equipped with a Hale Q-Flo Plus 1,250-gpm midship pump.
They each feature a 52-degree cramp angle, a Meritor/Wabco four-wheel ABS brake system and stability enhancement system, an Allison 3000EVS automatic transmission, three-dimensional stainless front grille, cab tilt road interlock, center hosewell, HME Hydra Technology™, brushed stainless steel pump panel finish, pump panel LED lighting, two crosslay beds, Hale FoamLogix foam system with a 30-gallon class A polypropylene external foam tank, 156 cubic feet of compartment space, 63-inch hosebed height, multipurpose storage inside the tank compartment, adjustable hosebed dividers, satin-anodized-finish roll-up doors, seven rear wheelwell SCBA tubes, four adjustable shallow shelves, pull-out trays, FoxTrax toolboards, two Worden wheel chocks, 36,700-pound GVWR, three-inch deck gun riser, and a Whelen LED warning light system.
Dealer: Steven Bowles, HME, Inc.
Source: Fire Apparatus Magazine