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The Epping (NH) Fire Department has taken delivery of an all-new HME 3,000-gallon top-mount tanker

The Epping (NH) Fire Department has taken delivery of an all-new HME 3,000-gallon top-mount tanker built on an 1871-Spectr custom chassis with a 12-inch raised roof and seating for six. The fire apparatus is powered by a Cummins ISX12 500-hp diesel engine and is equipped with a 2,000-gpm Hale Q-Max midship pump.

 

Epping Fire Department, NH


It features tandem-axle drive, double frame rails; 45-degree cramp angle for tight turns and maneuverability; six-wheel stability enhancement system; Allison 4000EVS automatic transmission with push-button selector; cab tilt road interlock; HME Hydra Technology with 2,000-gpm performance and a 47-inch-wide stainless steel top-mount pump; TFT model XG18VL-XX 18-inch Extend-A-Gun unit and mounting kit; Akron model 3416 Apollo direct-mount, lift-off-style monitor with 360-degree rotation and 1,250-gpm performance; one crosslay bed; two speedlays; aluminim removable hose tray; through-the-tank storage; 137 cubic feet of compartment space; 102 cubic feet of hosebed; 218-inch overall apparatus length; adjustable hosebed dividers; satin anodized roll-up doors; six rear SCBA tubes; deep, adjustable shelving; pull-out trays; FoxTrax toolboards; and a custom Whelen lighting package.

Source: Fire Apparatus Magazine