Sister Bay Liberty Grove Fire Department
2258 Mill Rd.
Sister Bay, WI 54234
Engine 8 is a 2000 Saulsbury/Spartan pumper tanker,with a 2250 gallon water tank, a 2500 GPM pump and an is equipped with a pneumax CAFS (Compressed Air Foam System).
Engine 8 is the first due from the South Station
Tower 22 is a 2011 Pierce 100 foot Aluminum Tower.
This truck is Pierce's first PUC style pump built with the Aluminum tower and was on display at FDIC 2011.
Tower 22 uses a Velocity cab, and a Cummins 500 HP Engine. The Pump is capable of 1500 GPM with a 300 gallon tank, this truck has no foam capability. The Generator is a 10 KW hydraulically driven unit.
Tower 22 replaced a 1985 Pierce Arrow 50 foot tele-squirt, This apparatus was sold to and is currently in service on Washington Island.
Rescue 12 is a 1988 R model Mack with a 20 foot stainless steel Salisbury rescue body.
Rescue 12 is equipped with a 30 KW PTO generator powering a 6,000 watt light tower and multiple quartz body lights. For auto extrication the rescue has multiple Amkus extrication tools, powered from a on board electric simo-pump or a portable gas powered simo-pump. Additionally rescue 12 is equipped with a 500 GPM Waterous PTO pump and 500 gallon tank as well as a 8 bottle 6,000 psi cascade system. Rescue 12 is powered by a 350 HP Mack engine with a Allison automatic transmission.
Rescue 12 was originally built for the Kressen Fire Company of Voorhees NJ. and was then purchased by the Hardee, Virginia Fire Department. The Sister Bay & Liberty Grove Fire Fighters Association purchased and donated the truck to the Fire Department with funds from marina fest and donations from our citizens.
Rescue 12 responds to all accident and working fires in our district as well as mutual aid call for air and R.I.T. support.
Utility 54 is a 2010 Chevy 2500HD pickup truck that is used for trailer towing, traffic control, fire inspections and general utility work.
Utility 54 was purchased locally by the Fire Fighters Association and turned over to the Fire Department.
Tanker 12 is a 1500-gallon tanker on a International chassis.
This tank was originally installed on an Ex-Door County Highway plow truck chassis.
The current chassis was purchased in 1993 with all funds for the chassis being provided by donations and fund-drives.
Brush 20 is a 1988 Ford F-350 pickup chassis with a slide in brush fire unit.
The chassis for this unit was purchase through donations and fund drives.
H25 is a 1997 Saulsbury / Navistar 4900 all wheel drive water supply truck.
H25 is equipped with a 1250 GPM front mount hale pump. A Hannay Large Diameter Hose reel with 4,000 feet of Angus LDH (large diameter hose).
At right, H25 is shown in its intended specialized environment.
The truck was driven into Lake Michigan to pump water to crews fighting
a brush fire near the shore.
Purchase of this truck was made possible by a donation from Judith Blazer.
The ATVs was purchased locally by the Fire Fighters Association and turned over to the Fire Department.
Engine 6 is a 2006 Crimson Fire Apparatus on a Spartan Gladiator chassis.
Engine 6 was purchased to replace the 1990 Pierce Arrow that was damaged in a motor vehicle accident in 2005.
Engine 6 carries 2000 gallons of water and is equipped with a 2000 GPM Waterous pump, to improve its fire fighting capability Engine 6 is also CAFS (Compressed Air Foam) capable. CAFS components include a foam pro 2002 foam pump and a Pneumax P-200 air compressor system In addition to its firefighting equipment E-6 is equipped with a 30 KW Hydraulic generator, 9000 watt light tower, and dual hydraulic ladder racks with over 200 feet of ground ladders.
Engine 6 is station in the Ellison Bay Station and responds as the first due unit to all calls.
1998 IHC 1500 Gallons
Fire Prevention Trailer
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