1984 Pierce Arrow

 Engine 641 is a 1984 "Pierce Arrow" Custom Pumper built by the Pierce Manufacturing Company of Appleton, Wisconsin. Purchased at a cost of $135,682.00, this was the first truck in the department to be powered by a diesel engine. The apparatus is also equipped with a automatic transmission, 1250 G.P.M. Two-stage pump, 500 gallon water tank, one booster reel, two 1.5 inch pre-connect attack lines of 200 feet each, one rear 2.5 inch pre-connected attack line, 1000 gallons-per-minute portable deluge gun, 3 and 4 inch supply hose along with Scott Air-Paks, extension ladders, etc.

 

- Seating for total of 5 Firefighters
- 500 Gallon Water Tank
- 1,250 Gallon Per Minute Pump
- Booster Hose Reel
- Two Pre-Connected 1.75 inch attack lines
- One pre-connected 2.5 inch attack line
- 1,000 G.P.M. Deck Gun
- 3 inch and 4 inch Supply Hose
- Thermal Imaging Camera
- Extension ladders
- Pike Poles
- Forcible Entry Tools
- Medical Bag
- Pump-Out Equipment
- Portable Generator
- Brush Fire Rake
- A-Frame Ladder
- One 1.75 inch High Rise Pack
- Three Extra Air Packs