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Rescue-Engine 66 ~ 2018 Pierce Arrow XT
Apparatus
Aug 20, 2014 - 6:11: AM


Lancaster Township Fire Department took delivery of a new Pierce
Arrow XT Heavy Duty Rescue/Engine on April 3, 2018 from Pierce Manufacturing of Appleton. Wisconson. It was placed into service June 3, 2018 at 6:10 p.m.

 

The cab has seating for 6 firefighters and a 10” raised roof. The unit features a Hale 2000 GPM single stage pump, 750-gallon water tank and three Crosslays. There are four Hydraulic Reels for pre-connected rescue tools.  Two are placed inside a driver side compartment and two inside the front 26” extended bumper to supply two pre-connected Amkus hydraulic rescue tools.

 

The color scheme of the new rescue rescue engine matches the 2015 Pierce Arrow XT Engine 66-1 which is white with red lettering and striping.

 

The sale of their 2006 rescue unit to New Brighton borough, PA in August of 2016 made it possible for LTFD to consolidate apparatus functions from two units, into one rescue-pumper and downsize their fleet.

 

When the new rescue/engine arrived, the current Engine 66-2, a 1993 Pierce Lance engine was placed out of service and sold.

 

Lancaster Township Board of Supervisors approved the purchase of the new rescue engine at their March 13, 2017 Board of Supervisors meeting.





Engine 66-1 ~ 2015 Pierce Arrow XT
Apparatus
Aug 21, 2004 - 9:35: AM


Engine 66-1 is a new custom built engine from Pierce Manufacturing arriving in Lancaster Township March 13, 2015.

The new engine is a Pierce Arrow XT, outfitted with a 10-inch raised roof cab and seating for six firefighters.

This is the first brand new unit purchased by Lancaster Township Fire Department since 1998.

The new engine was placed into service in early May after equipment mounting and training. It ran it’s first structure fire on July 30. The first fire was a 2 alarm building fire in Sterling Place where firefighters rescued a dog from the burning building.

The new engine replaced Engine 66-3, a 1992 Spartan/American La France engine which was sold. Engine 66-2, a 1995 Pierce Lance, which was housed in the South Station in the village of Bausman, was moved to the North Station in Hamilton Park.

Some of the equipment is as follows:

Cummins ISL 450HP engine with Jake Brake, Allison EVS 3000 transmission with aggressive down shift mode, OnSpot tire chains, A/C, aluminum pumper body, high side compartments both sides, hatch compartments, 750-Gallon FDNY style water tank, Hale QMAX 2000gpm single stage pump, front bumper 2.50” discharge, two (2) 1.75” crosslays, three (3) rear 2.50” discharges, one (1) 3.00” Deluge W/TFT Hurricane, model XFIH-E remote controlled monitor, booster reel with 200’ of 1.00” hose, Whelen LED warning light package, Mars 888 front warning light, Q2B & Sho-Me electronic sirens, 10KW Harrison hydraulic generator, one (1) Whelen 12-Volt PFP2 LED visor light, four (4) Whelen 120-Volt PCP2 LED recessed lights, and one (1) cord reel with 200’ of 10/3 cable with junction box.





Engine 66-2 ~ Retired 2018
Apparatus
Aug 21, 2004 - 9:33: AM
Photo By Assistant Chief Brett Fassnacht
Purchased in December 2000, Engine 66-2 is a 1993 Pierce Lance 4-door pumper with seating for six.
Powered by a Detroit Diesel 8V92TA 450 HP DDEC engine with Jacobs engine brake and an Allison HT-740 4-speed automatic transmission.
Engine 2 is equipped with a Waterous 2000 GPM 2-stage pump, 1000 gallon water tank and front suction.
This engine is outfitted with 1,200 feet of 5" supply hose, crosslays from 1 3/4" to 2 1/2", a pre-connected TFT Blitzfire step gun, a pre-piped TFT Crossfire deck gun, extended length "apartment" attack line, both Class A and AFFF foam, TFT Foam Jet, TFT Pro/Pak portable foam system and traditional engine company tools. This unit is also equipped with a 7.5 kW liquid cooled Onan generator, electric rewind cord reel with junction box and 4000 watts of quartz lights.




Engine 66-3
Apparatus
Aug 21, 2004 - 9:32: AM
Photo By Assistant Chief Brett Fassnacht
Engine 66-3 is a 1995 Pierce Lance with seating for 9 personnel, it has a Series 60 Detroit engine and a Allison world transmission.
It has a 1500 GPM topmount Hale pump, and has 640 gallons of water.
This engine is extensively equipped for structural fires to include crosslays from 1 3/4" to 2 1/2 ", a pre-connected step gun, pre-piped "extend-a-gun" deluge nozzle, extended length "apartment" attack line, and large quantities of spare hose.
This unit is also equipped with a 7.5 kW liquid cooled generator and 7000 watts of quartz lights.




Truck 66 ~ 2016 Seagrave Aerialscope
Apparatus
Aug 21, 2004 - 9:31: AM
Truck 66 was placed in service December 20, 2018

LTFD replaced their 1998 Spartan/LTI 93’ midmount tower ladder with a 2016 Seagrave 95’ Aerialscope Non-Quint Platform.
The Aerialscope was purchased from Falls Township Fire Department in Bucks County, PA who acquired it new from Seagrave Fire Apparatus in 2016.






Truck 66 ~ Retired 2018
Apparatus
Aug 21, 2004 - 9:30: AM

Photo By Assistant Chief Brett Fassnacht
Truck 66 is a 1998 Spartan/LTI 93' Midmount Tower Ladder with a 6 man cab.

It has a Series 60 Detroit Diesel and an Allison World Transmission and a Hale
 1500 GPM side mount pump.

The truck's main emphasis is placed on tools, both hand and power but also has 200' of 5" supply line, 2 pre-connected 1" 3/4 crosslays as well as a 100' pre-connected line in the bucket.

Some of the power tools carried include 2 Stihl 044 chainsaws with carbide blades, a Stihl rotary saw, a K12 rotary saw with a WORT HOG blade, 2 gas powered PPV ventilation fans, 2 electric fans and a 6 KW diesel generator.

An extensive array of hand tools and ground ladders are also carried to facilitate search and rescue, ventilation, overhaul and salvage. It also is equipped with a thermal imaging camera, a CO2 meter and a heat gun. An AED is also carried as a QRS device for medical assistance.




Engine 66-3 ~ Retired 2015
Apparatus
Aug 21, 2004 - 9:29: AM

Photo By Assistant Chief Brett Fassnacht
Engine 66-3 is a 1992 Spartan/American LaFrance with a 6 man cab.
 It has a Cummins 300 HP diesel with an Allison automatic transmission, a 1500 GPM Hale topmount pump & 750 gallon tank.

Engine 66-3 is our structural engine/rescue assigned to the North station.

 The unit carries a light compliment of vehicle rescue tools including: cribbing, hand tools, air chisel and absorbent materials. In addition, it carries an Amkus rescue system with spreader, cutter and 2 midsized rams.

 For structural firefighting purposes it has 1000' of 5" supply line, pre-connected stepgun, deluge gun, "apartment" line, 3 crosslays and spare attack hose. The unit also has a TFT PRO PAC foam unit with 15 gals of foam on board, a 3000 watts of quartz lights and a GKW Onan generator.




Rescue 66 ~ Retired 2016
Apparatus
Aug 21, 2004 - 9:29: AM


Photo By Assistant Chief Brett Fassnacht
Rescue 66 is a 2006 Pierce enforcer walk-around style heavy rescue with seating for six.

Originally owned by McCool fire and rescue Department of McCool, Maryland, the unit was purchased early in May, 2011 and was officially placed into service at 3:29 p.m. on Saturday, May 28, 2011 after a long day was spent by members to get equipment mounted and moved over from the old rescue.

Major features of the rescue include a 450 hp Cummins diesel engine and Jake brake and automatic transmission, 35kw PTO generator, two independently controlled Will-Bert Night Scan light towers, four 6000 psi cylinder breathing air cascade with a Haskell booster pump and a two cylinder fill station, high and low pressure breathing air reels, 200 foot electric cord reels, an absorbent hopper (holding approximately 400 pounds of oil dry) and a 9000 pound bumper mounted winch, which can be moved to additional mounting locations on the other three sides of the vehicle.

Powered rescue equipment includes an Amkus hydraulic rescue system and a Maxi-Force airlifting bag system. The Amkus system consists of both an electronically powered vehicle mounted power plant with a pre-connected cutter and spreader (each on 100 foot cord reels), and a gasoline powered, portable power unit with two 25 foot sections of pre-connected hose, giving the rescue the ability to run four hydraulic tools simultaneously in addition to the two pre-connected tools, there are two additional cutters and 3 rams. The Maxi-Force system consists of two sets of controllers and 20 various size airbags with a total of lifting capacity of more than 300 tons.





Squad 66-1
Apparatus
Aug 21, 2004 - 9:28: AM

Photo By Assistant Chief Brett Fassnacht
Squad 66-1 is a 2002 Ford Excursion and is housed at the South Station.

This unit is used by the department for response to medical calls, extra manpower transport, and it is the primary vehicle to pull the boat trailer.

It carries a BLS bag, AED, fire extinguisher, and miscellaneous equipment.




Squad 66-2
Apparatus
Aug 21, 2004 - 9:27: AM

Photo By Assistant Chief Brett Fassnacht
Squad 66-2 is a 1992 Ford F-350 4 x 4, 4 door pick-up truck that is used as a traffic unit by the Fire Police and is housed at the South Station.
It carries various traffic control equipment to include wooden barricades, cones, LED signals, and traffic barrels.




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