Engine 36-1 is a 1982 Seagrave Pumper, with a 1250 GPM Waterous Pump & a 500 Gallon water tank.
The Engine carries 1100+ feet of 5 inch Supply Hose & 400 feet of 3 inch hose dead loaded. Off the rear step there are 2 – 200 foot 3 inch pre-connected lines, one with a gated wyes & the other with an Elkhart Low Pressure Fog Nozzle equipped with a 1 & 1/8 smooth bore slug. The nozzle can deliver 300 gpm at 75 psi. On the other side of the supply load there is a 100 foot 1 & ¾ inch pre-connect with a Navy Nozzle & 6 foot applicator, a 200 foot 1 & ¾ inch pre-connect & 2 – 100 foot shoulder load High Rise packs of 1 & ¾ inch hose. There are also 2 – 150 foot crosslays housed over the pump panel. All 1 & ¾ hand lines are equipped with Elkhart Low Pressure Nozzles equipped with a 15/16 inch smooth bore slug. This nozzle is capable of delivering 200 gpm at 75 psi.
Off the rear step of the Engine there are several tools available to Fire Fighters. In the hose bed are also stored the handles for two brush rakes & a Pulaski tool. These complement the two brush vests kept in the Officer’s side rear compartment. Also ground level off the rear there is a large diameter hose clamp, a small diameter hose clamp, hose appliances, foam & tools.
In the Officer’s side compartments Fire Fighters have access to an electric smoke ejector, a PW, a 20 Lb. ABC, a 20 Lb. CO2, a Hydro Spreader, an O2 bag, a ZOLL AED, a basic trauma bag, 4 – water rescue throw bags & misc. hose appliances used for supply operations.
In the Driver’s side compartments Fire Fighters will find 40 gals. of National Foam’s 1% X 3% AR-AFFF, a JS-10 Foam Nozzle, 10 gals. of wet water, a standpipe/sprinkler bag, extra SCBA’s with spare cylinders, salvage covers, extra nozzles & hose adapters.
The Jump Seat area contains 2 SCBA’s with spare cylinders, hand tools & traffic cones.