Type 2 Engine
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Year Introduced:

Length - 22 studs to rear of ladder overhang
Height - 9 bricks to top of extended antenna
Width - 10 studs to outside of mirrors
Note: 6 stud wide cab with 7 stud wide body

Pump Specifications:
1250 gpm @ 150 psi
Pump powered by PTO for pump and roll
Around the pump foam proportioner
Two 6" intakes on pump panel
Two 2.5" discharges on pump panel
Two 1" discharges for booster reels
Two 1.5" discharge for the attack lines
All discharges foam capable
Optional 3" discharge for deck gun

Tank Capacity:
500 gallons

Foam System:
25 Gallon Class A Foam Cell

Two 28" preconnected attack lines
Two 38" booster reels
14" supply line
28" supply line
Two hard suction hoses w/strainer

In Cab Storage
Axe, Sledgehammer, and Forcible Entry Tool
Two Portable Radios
Two flashlights
Exterior of Apparatus
Shortened two section extension ladder
Pike pole
2.5 gallon water fire extinguisher
20 pound ABC dry chemical fire extinguisher
5 gallons of drinking water in cooler
Two hydrant wrenches
Double female hose adapter
Double male hose adapter
Water rescue ring with rope
Driver's Side Compartments
Two SCBA masks
Two SCBA bottles
Officer's Side Compartments
Small hammer, screwdriver, and open ended wrench
First Aid Kit
Top Rear Compartment
Bottom Rear Compartment
Two spare SCBA bottles
Two bags of absorbent
Two shovels

The Type 2 Engine features a three man cab, with an offset rear jump seat, as requested by a local department of forestry. If the rear jump seat is removed, additional equipment, such as ALS/Paramedic gear can be carried. The ALS/Paramedic gear can be located in the cab or the SCBA masks and bottles can be moved into the cab and the ALS/Paramedic gear can be relocated to the Driver's side compartment.

The Type 2 Engine can be modified in a variety of ways, including the aforementioned cab modifications. The Type 2 Engine can be fitted with a 1000 gpm deck gun or with the reduction of some of the storage in the bottom rear compartment, a 750 gallon booster tank, and of course, four wheel drive is also an option.

The Type 2 Engine has been on the drawing board for a few years now, but was only recently completed. After a few trial runs, several modifications were made, including changes to the hose bed and the in cab storage and jump seat area. We feel this is a unique apparatus that will hopefully fill the gap between full size Type 1 (or Class A) Engines and smaller mini pumpers or attack engines in your fire department.

Note: The pictures of the Type 2 Engine were taken after the rig was loaned out to a local department of forestry, hence the "FDNY 343" decal and the California Exempt License Plates, however, the department's magnetic door markings were removed prior to the photographs being taken.

Click here to see the inside of the cab, including the equipment storage and jump seat area.

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