2016 HME Rescue Pumper | Used Truck Details

Brindlee Mountain Fire Apparatus

2016 HME Rescue Pumper
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2016 HME Rescue Pumper
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$359,800 

For Additional Information,
Contact Brindlee Mountain at:

Local: 256.776.7786

Apparatus currently resides in
Canada
 
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2016 HME Rescue Pumper
etc. Chassis
Cummins ISL 450 HP Diesel Engine
Allison 3000EVS Automatic Transmission
Engine Brake
Hale QMAX 1750 GPM Side-Mount Pump
1000 Gallon Tank
S-Cam Front and Rear Brakes
Goodyear 315/80R22.5-20PR G291 Front Tires
Goodyear 12R22.5-16PR M&S - G182 Rear Tires
270 Amp Leece-Neville Alternator
50 Gallon Fuel Tank
EXTERIOR:
3-Dimensional Stainless Front Grille
Heated and Remote Controlled Moto-Mirror with Lower Convex
Cab Ground Lights - LED
21” Front Bumper Extension / Front Tow hooks
Dual Stutter Tone Air Horns - Bumper Recessed
Two (2) Cast Products Siren Speakers, Bumper Recessed
Chrome Grab Handles
INTERIOR:
Driver’s Pos - Highback Air-Ride Suspension, Seat Inc.
Officer’s Pos – Split Head Rest, Fixed Mount, SCBA, Seats Inc.
Two (2) Fixed Bottom Rear SCBA, Seats Inc.
Two (2) Forward Facing Fixed Bottom SCBA, Seats, Inc.
Forward Facing Seat Raisers
LED Cab Interior Lighting
Dog House Mounted SPS Panel – EsKey
Apparatus Base Digital Electrical System - Class1 EsKey
46,000 BTU Air Conditioning - Single Condenser
PUMP:
Left/Right 6.0” Steamers
One (1) 2.5” Left Side Intake
Two (2) Leftside 2.5” discharges
Right Side 3.0” and 2.5” Discharges
Right Side 2.5” Rear Discharge
3” Piping to Deluge Riser
Crosslays, (2) Beds, Double Stacked, 1.5" NST / 1.5" NST
3.0” Tank to Pump Piping
BODY:
156ft3 Storage Compartment/72ft3 Hosebed
Through Tank Ladder Compartment
Roll-up, Satin Anodized Doors
Compartment Shelving, Pull-out Trays and SCBA Storage
NFPA Ladder Group
LIGHTING:
Whelen ICC and Head/Tail/Brake Lighting
Federal Signal Turn Signals
Whelen LED Warning Light Package
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT:
Constant Torque Cooling System Clamps - Entire System
CenterHosewell
18” Smart Steering Wheel
1.5” FrontJumplines
Front 22.5”x9.0” Front Aluminum Wheels
Inner and Outer 22.5”x8.25” Rear Aluminum Wheels
40 Amp ProMariner Battery Charger
Kussmaul 20 AMP - 120v - Super Auto Eject
Additional Whelen “PSTank” Water Tank Gauge
6KW Harrison Generator
5” Front Suction on Swivel
Gravelshield MountedQ2B
Whelen LED Scene Lights
FRC Body Quartz Lighting
 

Additional equipment not included with purchase.

GVRW: 42,740

This truck has the pump to move water wherever you need it! The gallons per minute this used fire truck will flow will help get your fire flow capacity needed to help your Fire Department's ISO rating!


This fire truck is a very new piece of apparatus, and rare on the used fire truck market today. Feel free to touch base with us to get the full history on this rig, and we will be glad to pass it along, but with minimal time passed since it was produced, this vehicle will have many years remaining to serve at its next fire department!


HME is proud to carry the Ahrens-Fox® emblem on its finest fire apparatus. Founded in 1910 in Cincinnati, Ohio by John Ahrens and Charles Fox, Ahrens-Fox® built its first motorized fire engine in 1911, one year before the end of production of horse-drawn fire apparatus. Ahrens-Fox® fire apparatus were known for their quality, power, durability, and long service life and served many departments, not only in the United States but throughout the world. Today, HME Ahrens-Fox® keeps this great tradition alive, and pays tribute to its legacy with innovative and high-quality fire apparatus engineering that is worthy of the Ahrens-Fox® name. The HME of today can trace its roots back to 1913, Founder Magnus Hendrickson. Magnus Hendrickson was an innovative designer and manufacturer of custom truck chassis. He was one of the first engineers of his day to see the potential of two rear-axles, along with the incorporation of suspension systems. Today there still remains a division of Magnus Hendrickson’s original company, still bearing the name “Hendrickson”, that continues to supply suspensions for trucks and trailers. While it wasn’t the largest fleet of Ahrens-Fox® fire apparatus to serve any one department, 50 Ahrens-Fox® fire trucks served in New York City for six decades, starting in 1915. These Ahrens-Fox® fire apparatus included pumpers, aerial ladders, and an airport crash rig, converted from a pumper, which is thought to be the only Ahrens-Fox® airport crash unit of its kind. Ahrens-Fox® apparatus were engaged in some of the most historic multiple fires in New York's history. Ahrens-Fox® produced over 1500 fire apparatus until the late 1970s. The F.D.N.Y. unit best known for its use of Ahrens-Fox® fire apparatus, was Engine Company 65, located in midtown Manhattan. Engine 65 operated every model of Ahrens-Fox® piston pumpers in New York from 1916 until the end of the Ahrens-Fox® era. While the last delivery of Ahrens-Fox® to NYS was recorded in the late 1930s, with the largest delivery of Ahrens-Fox® fire apparatus that was recorded in 1938, Ahrens-Fox® fire trucks were found in service in the city well into the 1950s, and some outside the city in the 1970s. In fact, in the late 1970s, a 1938 Ahrens-Fox® HT model was discovered in upstate Orange County. This historic fire truck was eventually relocated to the New York State Museum in Albany where it’s currently on display with several other pieces of fire apparatus. It is the only surviving example of an F.D.N.Y. Ahrens-Fox®. In 1978, the Hendrickson family sold Hendrickson’s various divisions to the Boler Group. Under the management of the Boler, the divisions continued to supply suspension and chassis to the truck industry. In 1985, the Hendrickson Mobile Equipment Division, dedicated to fire truck manufacturing, was sold to Kovatch Mobile Equipment. Kovatch focused their energy on a segment of the Mobile Equipment Division dedicated to building extreme, heavy-duty chassis. Kovatch sold the remaining assets to HME’s present owners. The name Hendrickson Mobile Equipment was retained and eventually shortened to the now more familiar “HME.” HME introduced tilt-cab engineering to the fire industry in 1983. The first-ever tilt-cab design function, and the use of cab-forward trucks with their shorter overall lengths and improved maneuverability and handling characteristics, proved to be highly practicable for fire apparatus applications. In addition to improved turning and handling, and the creation of more compact and shorter fire trucks, the design also provided easier and more efficient access to the engine compartment – lowering maintenance time and costs for fire departments. In 1988, HME relocated its manufacturing facilities from Chicago to a suburb of Grand Rapids, Michigan. In Grand Rapids, HME began to design and manufacture a line of fire truck chassis for Grumman Emergency Products, located in Roanoke, Virginia. The chassis HME created for Grumman was a variation of the original VT-100, which eventually became known as the Panther I (aerial), and the Panther II (pumper). Within a three-year period, HME Manufactured nearly 300 chassis for Grumman until the closure of Grumman’s Emergency Products Division. In 1992, after Grumman, HME realized the potential for serving the fire service industry with its own innovative, tough, and durable designs and launched the HME 1871 Series® , a line of custom fire truck chassis. With the 1871 chassis, HME entered the industry as an independent manufacturer and began to market cabs and chassis to apparatus manufacturers across North America and around the world. In the spring of 2002, HME took another giant step forward by designing, engineering, and manufacturing a line of complete fire apparatus. HME introduced the SilverFox® and the Ahrens-Fox® fire apparatus lines with the objective of providing quality custom fire apparatus that are easy to maintain, durable, and highly cost effective. This philosophy was reflected in the design approach and materials used in the construction of HME fire apparatus, as well as the integration of new technologies in the design and manufacturing process. The application of advanced engineering and digital technologies allowed HME to design its fire trucks down to the smallest nut, bolt, and screw. Digital blueprints provide precision reproduction or replacement of parts and components as needed – for faster and trouble-free repair and installation in the field, when needed. IN 2010 HME introduced the world’s first 100% compressed natural gas powered fire truck. The HME Ahrens-Fox® CNG is the first fire, EMS and rescue response vehicle powered by a clean emission, compressed natural gas (CNG) engine. This innovative and industry leading fire apparatus meets all present EPA emission standards without the use or addition of exotic filters or exhaust gas treatment devices. While the HME Ahrens-Fox® CNG engine may be innovative and unusual, the quality and capability of this CNG fire apparatus features all the advanced design features, capabilities, and quality engineering found in every HME fire apparatus.
https://www.firetrucks.com/about-us/history-of-hme

Stock#: 11661

General Specs

  • Stock#: 11661
  • 2016
  • etc. Chassis
  • HME
  • Custom
  • Cummins ISL 450 HP Diesel Engine
  • Engine Brake
  • Allison 3000EVS Automatic Transmission

Pump

  • Hale QMAX 1750 GPM Side-Mount Pump
  • 1000 Gallon Tank

Electrical

Options

  • GVRW: 42,740
  • S-Cam Front and Rear Brakes
    Goodyear 315/80R22.5-20PR G291 Front Tires
    Goodyear 12R22.5-16PR M&S - G182 Rear Tires
    270 Amp Leece-Neville Alternator
    50 Gallon Fuel Tank
    EXTERIOR:
    3-Dimensional Stainless Front Grille
    Heated and Remote Controlled Moto-Mirror with Lower Convex
    Cab Ground Lights - LED
    21” Front Bumper Extension / Front Tow hooks
    Dual Stutter Tone Air Horns - Bumper Recessed
    Two (2) Cast Products Siren Speakers, Bumper Recessed
    Chrome Grab Handles
    INTERIOR:
    Driver’s Pos - Highback Air-Ride Suspension, Seat Inc.
    Officer’s Pos – Split Head Rest, Fixed Mount, SCBA, Seats Inc.
    Two (2) Fixed Bottom Rear SCBA, Seats Inc.
    Two (2) Forward Facing Fixed Bottom SCBA, Seats, Inc.
    Forward Facing Seat Raisers
    LED Cab Interior Lighting
    Dog House Mounted SPS Panel – EsKey
    Apparatus Base Digital Electrical System - Class1 EsKey
    46,000 BTU Air Conditioning - Single Condenser
    PUMP:
    Left/Right 6.0” Steamers
    One (1) 2.5” Left Side Intake
    Two (2) Leftside 2.5” discharges
    Right Side 3.0” and 2.5” Discharges
    Right Side 2.5” Rear Discharge
    3” Piping to Deluge Riser
    Crosslays, (2) Beds, Double Stacked, 1.5" NST / 1.5" NST
    3.0” Tank to Pump Piping
    BODY:
    156ft3 Storage Compartment/72ft3 Hosebed
    Through Tank Ladder Compartment
    Roll-up, Satin Anodized Doors
    Compartment Shelving, Pull-out Trays and SCBA Storage
    NFPA Ladder Group
    LIGHTING:
    Whelen ICC and Head/Tail/Brake Lighting
    Federal Signal Turn Signals
    Whelen LED Warning Light Package
    OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT:
    Constant Torque Cooling System Clamps - Entire System
    CenterHosewell
    18” Smart Steering Wheel
    1.5” FrontJumplines
    Front 22.5”x9.0” Front Aluminum Wheels
    Inner and Outer 22.5”x8.25” Rear Aluminum Wheels
    40 Amp ProMariner Battery Charger
    Kussmaul 20 AMP - 120v - Super Auto Eject
    Additional Whelen “PSTank” Water Tank Gauge
    6KW Harrison Generator
    5” Front Suction on Swivel
    Gravelshield MountedQ2B
    Whelen LED Scene Lights
    FRC Body Quartz Lighting
     
Apparatus currently resides in
Canada



$359,800 



For Additional Information,
Contact Brindlee Mountain at

Local : 256.776.7786 or
**Ask More Questions About This Truck**



$359,800  



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