Hillsborough Township Volunteer Fire Company #2

Hillborough Twp Co. #2 Apparatus

Fire
 

Engine 37

  Pierce Dash
  1998

Engine 37 is our secondary engine and is rotated to primary on a quarterly basis. Engine 37 has a 750-gallon water tank and a 35-gallon foam tank. It can pump 2000 gpm (gallons per minute) and has seating for six firefighters.

  • Telescopic Light Tower
  • On-Board Electric Generator
  • Forcible Entry tools
  • Ventilation Equipment
  • Power Saws
  • Thermal Imaging Camera
  • Multi-Gas Detector
  • Blitz-Fire Portable Monitor
  • Haz-Mat Supplies
  • Wireless Intercom Headset System
  • County MDT-capable laptop w/Pre-Plan software

 



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Engine 37-2

  Seagrave Marauder II
  2008

Engine 372 is our newest apparatus and is first-due for all structure fires as well as mutual aid requests. It has a 900-gallon water tank as well as two 50-gallon foam tanks. It can pump 2000 gpm (gallons per minute) and is CAFS-capable. The engine has seating for eight firefighters.

  • Telescopic Light Tower
  • On-board Electric Generator and Scene Lighting on all four sides
  • Forcible Entry tools
  • Ventilation Equipment
  • Power Saws
  • Thermal Imaging Camera
  • Multi-Gas Detector
  • Scott Pak-Tracker
  • Haz-Mat supplies
  • Blitz-Fire Portable Monitor
  • Remote-Controlled...

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Tower Ladder 37

  Simon/LTI
  1994

Tower 37 is the only platform ladder in Hillsborough Twp. The Tower often responds on mutual aid requests to neighboring communities. It has a 100-foot tower ladder with two monitors mounted on the bucket but does not carry any water. The truck seats six firefighters.

  • Ventilation Equipment
  • Power Saws
  • Thermal Imaging Camera
  • Multi-Gas Detector
  • Cutting Torch
  • Full compliment of Ground Ladders
  • Full compliment of Forcible Entry Tools
  • Rope Rescue Equipment
  • Wireless Intercom Headset System
  • On-board Air System for Bucket operations
  • County MDT-capable la...

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Mini-Pumper 37

  M & W
  2005

Mini-Pumper 37 is a quick-attack pumper that can also be used for limited brush and wildland firefighting. It has a 350-gallon water tank and can seat two firefighters.

  • Chain Saw
  • Misc. Forcible Entry tools
  • Portable Winch
  • 100 ft. Booster Reel
  • Preconnected Handlines
  • Electric Generator

 



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Rescue 37

  Freightliner
  2003

Rescue 37 is our vehicle extrication and tactical support vehicle. The rescue allows for seating of 5 firefighters.

  • 16 spare SCBA bottles
  • Cascade System
  • Haz-Mat supplies
  • Misc. Forcible Entry and Hand Tools
  • Misc. Cribbing
  • HURST extrication tools
  • Power Saws

 



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Brush 37

  Ford F-350
  1989

Brush 37 is our off-road brush and wildland firefighting apparatus. Brush 37 provides additional support to "The Duce" Brush 37-2 for both manpower and equipment. The truck carries a compliment of additional hand tools specifically for wildland and brush fires, a chain saw, water vests/cans and a bumper mounted winch. The truck has seating for a maximum of 3 firefighters. 


 



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Brush 37-2

  Military 6 x 6
  1971

The "Deuce" Brush 37-2 is equipped with a deep water kit, a 400-gallon water tank with two booster reels and can pump 250 gpm (gallons per minute). It also has a 10-gallon foam tank. The Deuce is used for traffic control at accident scenes, deep-seated brush fires and can be used for water rescue capabilities. The Duce also carries miscellaneous hand tools for forestry firefighting and winch.

 



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Car 37

  Ford Expedition
  2016

Car 37 is the Chief's Incident Command vehicle.

  • Seating for 5 personnel
  • Full Incident Command System (ICS) board
  • VHF and UHF mobile radios
  • Dry Chem and Water Extinguishers
  • Thermal Imaging Camera
  • Multi-Gas Detector
  • County MDT-capable laptop w/Pre-Plan software
  • LED Lighting
  • AED
  • Gear Cabinet - Containing a full set of gear, Scott air pack and set of irons.

 



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Car 37-2

  Chevrolet Suburban
  2002

Car 372 is the former Chief's Incident Command vehicle. As of August 2013, Car 372 will be utilized mainly by the Deputy Chief.

As a backup command vehicle to Car 37, Car 372 contains most the same tools and information.

  • Seating for 5 personnel
  • Full Incident Command System (ICS) board
  • VHF and UHF mobile radios
  • Dry Chem and Water Extinguishers
  • Multi-Gas Detector
  • County MDT-capable laptop w/Pre-Plan software
  • AED

 



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