Apparatus

Engine 30 is a 1990 American-Lafrance on a Spartan chassis. It comes equipped with a 750 gallon tank, 1200 feet of  5-inch supply line, 550 feet of 2 hose, 450 feet of 1 hose, and 100 feet of 1 hose. It has a flow capacity of  1250 gallons a minute. It seats four and has a deluge gun that flows 1250 gallons a minute.
Engine 31 is a 1997 Smeal on a Freightliner chassis. It comes equipped with a 750 gallon tank, 1200 feet of  5 inch supply line, 550 feet of 2 hose, 450 feet of 1 hose, and 100 feet of 1 hose. It has a flow capacity of 1250 gallons a minute. It seats three firefighters and also is equipped with brush firefighting equipment.

Ladder 1 is a 2006 Smeal Ladder. It comes equipped with 1200 feet of 6 inch supply line and 400 feet of 2 hose. It has a flow capacity of 1250 gallons a minute and seats six firefighters. It responds to all multiple story commercial structure alarms and anything more than a two family dwelling. The ladder is capable of reaching 75 feet.

Engine 33 is a 2001 Smeal on a Freightliner chassis. It comes equipped with a 1000 gallon tank, 1200 feet of  5 inch supply line, 550 feet of 2 hose, 450 feet of 1 hose, and 100 feet of 1 hose. It has a flow capacity of 1250 gallons a minute. It seats three firefighters and also carries auto extrication equipment. The extrication equipment is made by Amkus and includes spreaders, ram, and cutters which are hydraulic. The generator is a duo-pump which enables us to use two tools at the same time. We also use a air chisel set, saw-zall, and cribbing.

 

A 1936 Dodge Buffalo conversion with a 500 gpm Hale pump.Truck is used only for parade details and special occasions however remained in service as a hose truck until 1990.Truck represents the long standing history of the Princeton Fire Department.

Aerial 1 is a 1976 Ford on a Pierce chassis. It comes equipped with 800 feet of 4 inch supply line and 400 feet of 2 hose. It has a flow capacity of 1000 gallons a minute and seats three firefighters. It responds to all multiple story commercial structure alarms and anything more than a two family dwelling. The boom is capable of reaching 85 feet. The platform has a weight capacity of 900 pounds. It also has a cascade system, safety belts, axe, 14 foot extension ladder, and rescue ropes. The master stream device flows 1000 gallons a minute by a pre-piped connection.

 

Currently used for transporting Rope Rescue, Confined Space Rescue, and Trench Rescue Equipment.....
Service-1 is a special emergency response vehicle. It is a 1985 step-van. It carries all haz-mat equipment. Members of  Princeton fire department spent approximately three months fixing the vehicle to meet ISO standards and our needs
   
   

 

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