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tomr

New pumper for Newark, NJ

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NICE!! E-One's are really growing on me lately. This one looks like it can make quick work of foam!

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Not only do you have to have a college degree to operate the pump, you have to be over six feet tall to reach the relief valve! lol

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19 minutes ago, tomr said:

Not only do you have to have a college degree to operate the pump, you have to be over six feet tall to reach the relief valve! lol

 

You ain't kidding! I was going to ask if you had a pump panel shot, thanks for sharing it!

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There is a slide out tray to stand on, but being tall would be a big help!

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On 9/19/2016 at 8:33 PM, tomr said:

Not only do you have to have a college degree to operate the pump, you have to be over six feet tall to reach the relief valve! lol

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How big is the pump??

 

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2000 GPM Huge panel btw

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Typhoon X Urban Foam Pumper. Q-Max 2000 gpm pump.  1030 gallon L shaped water tank. 250 gallon Foam tank. Williams Hot-Shot II 150 Foam system. This rig was bought through a Port Authority grant, hence the large foam capability.

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40 minutes ago, tomr said:

Typhoon X Urban Foam Pumper. Q-Max 2000 gpm pump.  1030 gallon L shaped water tank. 250 gallon Foam tank. Williams Hot-Shot II 150 Foam system. This rig was bought through a Port Authority grant, hence the large foam capability.

Money well spent  Thanks for all the spec's 1st 2000 Gpm pumper for city of Newark btw

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Actually, it is the 2nd 2000 gpm pumper for the City of Newark. This 1999 ALF 2000 gpm pumper, which was originally used as a loaner by the City was purchased used in 2009, served at Engine 27, was destroyed in SuperStorm Sandy.

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28 minutes ago, tomr said:

Actually, it is the 2nd 2000 gpm pumper for the City of Newark. This 1999 ALF 2000 gpm pumper, which was originally used as a loaner by the City was purchased used in 2009, served at Engine 27, was destroyed in SuperStorm Sandy.

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That's right forgot about  the loaners

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Thanks everyone very nice piece of apparatus.

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Members of Engine 14 training with their new rig today. This rig can flow some serious water!

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Is this the first rig to have a true Federal Q siren?

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11 hours ago, tomr said:

Members of Engine 14 training with their new rig today. This rig can flow some serious water!

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With them dual deck guns it sure can!!

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Looks like Engine 10 has one on their 2014 E-1 pumper.

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10 hours ago, tomr said:

Looks like Engine 10 has one on their 2014 E-1 pumper.

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Engine 10 looks like it has the electronic Q on it 14's got the real thing

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Thanks for the correction. I don't know much about sirens!

 

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E10 has the Electronic Q. E14 has the machanical Q.

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2 hours ago, pump305 said:

E10 has the Electronic Q. E14 has the machanical Q.

I believe the Ferrara Engines have  the E Q's too

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