Built by KME in Nesquehoning, PA and sold by Skip Stinger of J.B. Hunt. The engine was placed into service August 1997. The engine is built on a Renegade Excel tilt cab and is powered by a Cummins 400 Diesel engine with a Jacobs brake. Engine/Tanker 2111 is a dual-purpose truck functioning as an engine company and a tanker. It carries 2800 gallons of water, 50 gallons of 1% foam, and has a 1500GPM single stage Hale Q-Max pump. Hose loads consist of 200′ of 1″, 600′ of 1 3/4″, 200′ of 2″, 500′ of 2 1/2″, 400′ of 3″, and 1000′ of 5″ hose. The engine carries the NFPA compliment of ground ladders and a 3000 gallon porta-pond, and other engine company equipment. The engine is used primarily as a supply pumper.
|Driver||Operate (Pump), Establish (Water Supply), Establish (Lighting)||Radio, Reflective Vest|
|Officer||(Radio Traffic), Locate Hydrant, Establish ICS, Assist Can||Pick Axe|
|Can||Fire Suppression||Water Can (nothing showing), 1-3/4″ or 2-1/2″ line (showing)|
|Force||Force Entry, Back-up Can||Irons|
|Hydrant||Hydrant hook-up, Assist w/ exterior ops, PPV fan to front if needed||Hydrant bag, 6′ Hook, Dry Chem Extinguisher (nothing showing)|
|Extra||Non-SCBA Qualified: Perform exterior opsSCBA Qualified: Assist w/ Interior Fire Suppression||TNT Tool, 6′ Hook|
|*ALL (except driver)||Report to Ladder for truck-ops when 2nd due in town||Radio, Flashlight|