Quincy Fire Department has taken delivery of a KME Severe Service MFD 100″ Heavy Rescue Fire Truck!
The KME Severe Service cab was originally designed for large fleets in extreme duty use conditions. The Severe Service cab is now available to fire departments coast to coast. The Severe Service™ concept is about a well-planned design created to accommodate the needs of the operators, crews and mechanics and have a rig that’s ready to respond, every time. This is THE extreme-duty chassis.
The Quincy Fire Department worked closely with Bulldog Fire Apparatus and KME Fire Apparatus to configure the layout their walk-thru rescue vehicle that permits entry to the body at the rear and a walk through into the cab. Bulldog provided custom mounting for rescue tools and equipment in both the interior spaces and in the outer compartments of the apparatus.
Quincy Fire Department’s KME Severe Service Heavy Rescue fire truck was built with the following features:
- Cummins X12 500 HP engine
- Allison 4000 EVS transmission
- Jake Brake and Allison Transmission Retarder
- AXIS Smart Vehicle Monitoring System
- Weldon LED Interior lighting
- FRC InView 360 Camera System
- Code 3 XCEL Electronic Siren
- Federal Signal Q2B Siren
- USSC Seating
- Westerbeke 12,500 Watt diesel generator
- XRT hydraulic tool pump mounted on the generator
- Two (2) hydraulic tool reels
- Two (2) CMW cord reels
- 20,000 lb. capacity front mounted winch
- Custom mounts for rescue tools and appliances
- Side and front impact air bag protection
- 22,000 lb. capacity Hendrickson Steertek front axle
- Electronic Stability Control (ESC) with ATC
- Fully removable Stainless Steel fender liners front and rear
- Line-X compartment interiors
- FireTech 80” HiViz brow light
- Fire Research Scene Lighting
Thank you to Chief Joe Jackson and all of Quincy Fire Department for working with Bulldog Fire Apparatus and KME Fire Apparatus. We appreciate your continued patronage and it is our pleasure to work with you!