Unit : Engine 3211
Year : 1998
Model : Spartan Smeal
Engine 3211 is a 1998 Spartan Smeal 1,500 gallon per minute waterous two stage top mount pump, with a 1,000 gallon water tank. It has a six man cab and has five SCBA jump seats with five Scott SCBA air packs with 30 minute 2216 psi bottles. Also in the cab is all our communications for the truck along with: portable radio's, flashlights, safety vests, and a Cairns Viper thermal imaging Camera.
Upon dispatch Engine 3211 is the first due apparatus on all fire related emergencies in our response area. For this purpose there is 1,700 feet of Large Diameter Hose (LDH) with a hydrant assist valve, 250 feet of three inch blitz line hose, two cross lays of 200 feet inch and three quarter hose, two speed lays of 200 feet each of inch and three quarter hose, and a TFT monsoon master stream deck gun with a 36 inch rise mounted on top of the pump panel with a 1,500 gallon per minute out put. In addition all of our attack lines are fitted with Task Force Tip nozzles.
Along with these there is also a 6,000 watt generator, two 1,500 watt lights with: extension cords, multiple hose fitting and adaptors, a 200 feet inch and three quarter high rise pack, axes, pike poles and other assorted hand tools. We also have two sections of hard suction hose with a low level strainer on board, salvage covers, six spare 2216 psi SCBA bottles, and a AV hydro ladder rack with a 36 foot ,24 foot, and 14 foot roof ladder. Along with both positive and negative pressure ventilation fans.
As you can see Engine 3211 is the pride and joy of Station 32 and the work horse of our company. Having everything on bored that allows are crews to get the job done quickly, safely, and effectively
In Honor of his 50 years of service to the community and the company, in 1998 Engine 3211 was dedicated to former fire chief William "Bill" Savercool. In all Mr. Savercool dedicated 54 years to the company until his passing in 2002 and we honor him with a plaque on the truck forever.