2013 KME Ladder – 3615
Ladder 3615 is a 2013 KME Ladder truck equipped with a severe service chassis, a 2000 GPM Hale pump, a 500 gallon water tank, and a large compliment of fire hose, including 950 feet of 5” hose, 500 feet of 3” hose, and over 900 feet of smaller diameter hoses used for fire attack. It carries a rear mount Aerial cat steel straight ladder with a pre-piped water way capable of flowing up to 1500 GPM from an elevated position up to 103 feet. It carries 15 gallons of foam concentrate primarily meant for fires involving flammable or combustible liquids. It carries 156 feet of ground ladders of various lengths. It is equipped with an onboard generator and a cord reel in order to provide power to lights and equipment up to 150 feet from the apparatus. It is equipped with a full compliment of Holmatro hydraulic rescue tools and vehicle stabilization equipment for motor vehicle accidents involving extrication. It carries a small compliment of rope rescue and patient packaging equipment for low angle rescue incidents. It is equipped with emergency medical equipment, including oxygen and an Automated External Defibrillator (AED).
2013 KME Foam Tender – Foam 36
Foam 36 is a 4000 gallon foam tender carrying Universal Gold foam concentrate and is equipped with a 250 GPM transfer pump. It is capable of delivering up to 3000 gallons per minute of foam solution. It carries a 500 GPM Mercury ground monitor for foam application. It’s main purpose is to inject foam into a fire ground operation, thus applying a foam solution to the fire. Foam is primarily used to extinguish fires involving flammable or combustible liquids. However, it can also be used to combat hard to reach or deep-seated fires or to control vapors resulting from a chemical spill.
This apparatus belongs to Burlington County and was acquired through grant funding from the Delaware River Port Authority. The Mount Laurel Fire Department has agreed to house and staff the apparatus along with conducting training for our members. The apparatus is part of each of the two foam task forces and four foam strike teams within Burlington County. It is also part of New Jersey’s Southern Neptune system, a cache of equipment and resources capable of delivering water at a rate of 5000 gallons per minute or more during large scale incidents.
2012 KME Heavy Duty Rescue Unit – 3629
Rescue 3629 is a 2012 KME Heavy Rescue. It is equipped for basic firefighting, carrying a small amount of fire hose for a quick attack. It has a 500 GPM Hale pump and a 500 gallon water tank. It is also equipped with a 30 gallon foam concentrate tank primarily meant to be utilized to fight flammable or combustible liquid fires. It is designated as a specialty apparatus, which can handle many types of rescue incidents, including vehicle extrication. It is equipped with a full compliment of Holmatro hydraulic rescue tools and various air operated rescue equipment which are powered by an onboard air compressor. It carries a large amount of wood for vehicle and structural stabilization, along with low and high pressure air bags capable of lifting vehicles or machinery. It is equipped with lifesaving emergency medical equipment including Oxygen and an Automated External Defibrillator (AED).
This apparatus is designated as part of Burlington County’s Technical Rescue Task Force and is equipped with specialty equipment for technical rescue incidents. For example, the apparatus carries water rescue dry suits and associated equipment to affect a rescue in ice and/or cold water. It carries rope and various hardware for high angle rescue incidents, allowing our members to rappel and/or lower a victim from a significant height. It is equipped with confined space entry equipment such as a remote breathing air system, a communications system, and special low profile patient packaging devices.
2012 KME Engine – 3632
Engine 3632 is a 2012 KME Engine equipped with a severe service chassis, a 1500 GPM Hale pump, a 650 gallon water tank and a large compliment of fire hose, including 1000 feet of 5″, 900 feet of 3″, and 850 feet of fire attack hose. As our most basic apparatus in our fleet, it’s main purpose is fire extinguishment. However, it is equipped with a full complement of Holmatro hydraulic rescue tools and wood meant for motor vehicle accidents involving extrication. It carries 20 gallons of foam concentrate for fires involving flammable or combustible liquids. It is equipped with an onboard electric generator and a cord reel capable of supplying power up to 150 feet from the apparatus.
2001 E-One 95-Foot Rear Mount Ladder Tower – 3635
This Ladder Tower is a 2001 E-One 95-Foot Rear Mount Tower Ladder with a 1250 GPM Hale pump. It carries 300 gallons of water along with a full compliment of hose and ground ladders. This truck is more than self-sufficient. The hose compliments consist of 550 feet of 1¾ attack hose, 200 feet of 2½ inch attack hose, 1125 feet of 3 inch supply hose, and 850 feet of 5 inch supply line. Tower Ladder 3635 carries two 14-foot roof ladders, a 16-foot roof ladder, a 10 foot attic ladder, a 28 foot ladder, a 45 foot ladder, and a 17 foot little giant ladder. 3635 also carries an AED, a suction unit, oxygen, and other first aid items to help stabilize a patient until an ambulance arrives. The Tower Ladder also carries a Thermal Imaging Camera.
2001 E-One Engine – 3621
Engine 3621 is a 2001 E-One Engine with a 2000 GPM Hale pump and a 900 gallon water tank. The engine carries 1350 feet of 5 inch supply hose, 975 feet of 3 inch supply hose, 300 feet of 2½ inch attack hose, 750 feet of 1¾ inch attack hose, and 200 feet of ¾ inch booster hose. It carries hard suction and floating docks to draft water from lakes, streams, etc. It carries a 28 foot ladder and a 16 foot roof ladder. There is a set of Hurst cutters and spreaders on the Engine. The Engine also carries 75 gallons of foam concentrate and a full array of EMS equipment. The equipment layout is similar to that of the Quint 3614.
2001 E-One Engine – 3631
Engine 3631 is a 2001 E-One Engine with a 2000 GPM Hale pump and a 900 gallon water tank. The engine carries 1350 feet of 5 inch supply hose, 975 feet of 3 inch supply hose, 300 feet of 2½ inch attack hose, 750 feet of 1¾ inch attack hose, and 200 feet of ¾ inch booster hose. It carries hard suction and floating docks to draft water from lakes, streams, etc. It carries a 28 foot ladder and a 16 foot roof ladder. There is a set of Hurst cutters and spreaders on the engines. The engine also carries 75 gallons of foam concentrate and a full array of EMS equipment. The equipment layout is similar to that of the Quint 3614.
1992 Ford Brush Truck – 3616
Brush 3616 is a 1992 Ford F350 pickup equipped with four wheel drive and a 150 GPM skid mount pump with a 200 gallon water tank placed in the bed of the pickup. It is equipped with 500 feet of forestry hose. This apparatus is meant to fight fires in off-road terrain inaccessible by heavier fire engines. It is capable of drafting water from ponds or other bodies of water in remote areas in order to establish a sustainable water supply during incidents. In addition, it serves as the primary tow vehicle for our Marine unit.
1995 16′ Mirrocraft Aggressor – Marine 36
Marine 36 is a 16′ v-haul boat equipped with a 25 HP Mercury outboard motor. It is equipped with radio equipment capable of communicating with the US Coast Guard and an underwater camera for search operations. It carries a small cache of emergency medical equipment to provide treatment to the injured while underway, along with other various equipment for search and rescue/recovery operations. Able to be deployed from a number of locations along the Rancocas Creek in a matter of minutes, it is capable of providing assistance to stranded boaters or potential drowning victims. It may also be utilized to remove stranded residents and/or pets facing rising flood waters during severe weather.
The following are utilized by Departmental Chief Officers:
Chief of Department (3600)
2012 Ford Explorer
Deputy Chief (3601)
2012 Ford Explorer
Duty Chief (3602)
2009 Ford Expedition
Battalion Chief (3603)
2009 Ford Expedition (2 units)