Mulvane Emergency Services

 1905                 2015

110 Years of Volunteer Fire Service

ISO Class 3 / 5

Mulvane, Kansas

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Retired Trucks

 

Engine #1

  

Engine #1, 1927 International/Boyer pumper.  Used for Parades and Public Relation events.  Left Lt. Lowell Ester & Capt. Duane Brill during Old Settlers parade in Aug. 2001.  Right Engine #1 is used for P.R. to wisk away the Bride & Groom at a Wichita wedding.

 

Engine #401

Engine 401, 2006 Elite 1,750 GPM pumper.  Delivered on August 14th, 2006!

It is a 4 door Freightliner with a 1000 gallon tank & 20 gallons foam.  It has a 2000 watt elevating "Stem Light".  This truck was purchased for us by the City of Mulvane.

 

 

Engine #402

Engine 402, 2002 Luverne 1,250 GPM pumper.  Delivered in August of 2002! 

It is a  4 door Freightliner FL-80 Dakota SS with a 1000 gallon tank.  This truck was purchased for us by Sumner County Fire District #12.

Shown here with FF Dave Arthur and FF Robert Grace.

 

Engine #403

        Engine 403, 1991 Smeal 1,000 GPM, preparing to pump at a structure fire.

Engine 403 is the only fire apparatus housed at Station #2.

 

Brush #407

   

Brush 407, is a 1999 Ford F-550 Cab and Chassis that was converted into a brush truck.  Truck went online October 1st, 2014.  Brush 407 is the combination of retired Rescue 407 and retired Pickup 405.

 

Pickup #409

 

Pickup 409, 2005 F-350 Supercab 4x4 brush truck.  This truck carries 300 gallons of water with a 250 GPM Hale Pump.  Pickup 409 went into service March 2005.

 

Tender #406

     

Tender 406, 1972 6x6 2,000 gallon tank, KS Forestry Tanker/Brush Truck. 

This truck is equipped with a 3,000 gallon Dump Tank, 400 gpm Hale pump, Hale Foamlogix Class A Foam System, Elkhart Sidewinder remote monitor, bumper ground sweep nozzles,  10" Dump valve, and a 5" Storz Quick fill line that doubles as a Dump valve to speed up off-loading.

 

Tender #408

    

Tender 408, 2000 Freightliner with a 410 hp Caterpillar C-12 engine with auto-shift transmission.
3000 gallon tender with 500 gpm Hale PTO pump, left & right side electric 10" Newton Dump Valves with a manual rear dump valve. 
A 4,000 gallon double folding dump tank is carried in the rear compartment under the tank.  Truck has rear 2.5 fill and a 5" tank fill which also doubles as a dump valve to speed up off loading.

Tender 408 went into service November 2007.

 

Rescue #410

     

Rescue 410, 2014 International 7400 4x4 built by Toyne.  It cost $282,262 and was ordered in January of 2013.
This truck responds to injury accidents, EMS assists, specialized rescues, Haz-Mat incidents, and structure fires.  It carries a full compliment of rescue gear including Hurst Jaws of Life, air bags, saws, cribbing, & hand tools.  The truck is equipped with a Tri-Max 30 Compressed Air Foam System (CAFS) which can be used for Class B fires (vehicle, fuel & haz-mat fires).

Rescue 401 went into service October 2013.

 

 

 

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