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Rescue 410, 2014 International 7400 4x4 built by Toyne.
This truck cost $282,262 and was ordered in January of 2013. The truck was delivered on October 24th, 2013, two months ahead of schedule. Link to Toyne Delivery page. Bryan Rosner was the salesman with Toyne. Bryan also assisted us in the purchase of Engine #401 in 2006. Toyne worked very closely with us on the development and building of this truck to modify it to fit our requests. Several design changes were suggested by Toyne to make this truck more efficient. Truck lettering was done locally by Davis Design & Sign Company.
This truck was designed for Rescue, Haz-Mat, Mobile Air & Lighting. The design allows space for more equipment to be added as needed looking forward for the next several years as more high rise hotels and large-area building expansions are expected at the Kansas Star Casino complex. On any given day, as many as 6,400 "seasonal" people visit this complex, which exceeds the 6,300 permanent population of Mulvane.
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, Paratech rescue air bags, saws, cribbing, & hand tools. The truck has an International Max Force 9 330 hp engine with an Allison EVS 3000 automatic transmission, 18' aluminum body, 12,000 lb front axle & 28,000 lb locking rear axle. With the exception of the over the axle compartment, all the compartments are 48" in width allowing us to interchange shelf's and trays. The rollout trays are built by SlideMaster and all compartments have dual Ili LED lighting. The Emergency equipment package is Whelen with a 200 watt dual siren system, exception to that is two Power Arc M90 on the front to break intersections. Kussmaul autocharger and air pump keep the truck ready to roll. A 14' self supporting awning is mounted on the passenger side to provide for Firefighter Rehab.
Construction photos. Truck design drawing PDF file.
A Tri-Max 30 CFAS (compressed air foam system) was added at the factory for an additional $19,000. This equipment is in the passenger side rear compartment (P-4).
Drivers side front compartment (D-1) contains generator controls & breakers, light tower controller, Low Pressure (120 psi) air connection (air hose reel was added later in top of compartment), fire extinguishers and two vertical slide out tool boards containing four SCBA's and common Firefighter hand tools. This truck carries four Interspiro 4,500 psi CBRN SCBA's. Compartment is wired for shore line or generator powered 110 volt outlets for charging equipment.
Second drivers side compartment (D-2) contains (bottom shelf) EMS medical jump bag, Zoll AED, mega movers, blankets, C-collar bag, bio-hazard container and landing zone strobes for Helicopters . Middle 600 lb. slide out shelf contains Rapid Intervention Crew (RIC) bag, floor dri, Level B Haz-Mat suits. Top shelf is a 250 lb. slid out and down shelf with water rescue throw ropes, life jacket bag, SKED board and utility rope bags. Wheel chocks are stored under the body. Compartment is wired for shore line or generator powered 110 volt outlets for charging equipment.
Drivers side over the wheel compartment (D-3) is a transverse compartment. It stores Little Giant ladder, 4' step ladder, Stokes Basket & rigging, 2 spine boards. It also has a 1000 lb. 3/4 deep slide out tray with misc. hand tools and salvage equipment. Stored in the wheel wells is 4 SCBA spare air bottles and two 110 volt generator outlets. Space was allowed between the frame rails of this compartment to add 4 ASME 6,000 psi breathing air bottles at a later date. All SCBA's and spare SCBA's bottles on the Driver Side are 4,500 psi packs and bottles.
Drivers rear compartment (D-4) has a 500 lb. slide out tray on the bottom which carries electric exhaust fan, electric PPV fan and tool box. There are two fixed shelves in this compartment which also contain storage for air bags and controls as well as door hangers for the exhaust fan.
Front passenger side compartment (P-1) carries a 8,000 lb Ramsey Winch, come-a-long, 20' 40,000 lb tow strap and misc towing accessories, bottle jacks, 16' jumper cables that plug into the Winch power outlets. Winch connections are are front and back bumpers. Second shelf is a 3/4 deep 1,000 lb. slide out shelf which contains Rehab tent, folding chairs, rehab supply bag, ice chest with water and traffic cones. Top shelf is a 250 lb. slide out and down shelf with 50' and 100' extension cords, 2- 500 watt portable lights and a saws-all. Compartment is wired for shore line or generator powered 110 volt outlets for charging equipment.
Second passenger side compartment (P-2) carries wooden cribbing on the bottom shelf, second shelf is a 600 lb slide out and carries more cribbing & scene tape. The top shelf is a 250 lb. slide out and down shelf which carries salvage covers, hall runners and equipment. Compartment is wired for shore line or generator powered 110 volt outlets for charging equipment.
Passenger side over the wheel compartment (P-3) is a transverse compartment which almost mirrors D-3. It stores Little Giant ladder, 4' step ladder, Stokes Basket & rigging, 2 spine boards. It has Pac-mount SCBA Bottle storage for eight SCBA bottles. Stored in the wheel wells is 4 more SCBA spare air bottles and two 110 volt generator outlets. Space was allowed between the frame rails of this compartment to add 4 ASME 6,000 psi breathing air bottles at a later date to provide SCBA bottle refills. Future storage above the SCBA rack is possible. All the SCBA bottles on the passenger side of the truck are Survivair 2,216 psi bottles. In the near future we hope to convert to all 4,500 psi packs & bottles.
Rear compartment on this truck, bottom 500 lb. slide out tray carries Hurst 5,000 PSI gas power unit, spare fuel and spreaders. Second shelf is a slide out containing electric junction box, Hurst cutters, Hurst ram and assorted Hurst Jaws of Life acessories. Above that is a 100' electric cord reel and 100' Hurst hydraulic cord reel. The door above that opens up the ladder storage compartment, which contains a 24' extension ladder, 14' roof ladder, 10' foot attic ladder, 2 - 12' pike poles and 2 - 8' pike poles. Back bumper area contains two mounted Akron Tripod telescoping lights with 110 volt outlets, winch & trailer connector & power outlets, Kussmaul 20 amp shoreline auto-eject connector.
Cab of truck is equipped to carry 4 firefighters. Rear console has both 12 volt and 110 volt shoreline power to charge 4-gas detectors, flashlights & portable radios, and storage for EMS gloves. Front console also has 12 volt and 110 volt outlets for charging flashlights and portable radios. Truck is equipped with a dash monitored ASA Voyager backup camera.
Truck is equipped with a 25 KW Onan PTO generator with hot shift PTO and FROG power monitor. It has a 9,000 watt Will-burt Night Scan which elevates 10' and four 220 volt, 1,500 watt FRC Optimum scene lights mounted on the sides of the truck body. It also carries FRC Focus 750 watt portable lights & two Akron 500 watt tripod lights.
December 2013 KSFFA Firewire!
In June 2015 Mulvane Fire Rescue was awarded a FEMA Assistance to Firefighters Grant for $24,999 to equip this truck with a 6,000 psi mobile air cascade system. Low bid for this project went to Emergency Fire Equipment with Bauer equipment.
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