Make: International 4400
Model: Tradition by E-One
Tank: 1000 gallon
Fixed and Portable Master Stream Devices, 2x 200' 1 3/4" Pre-Connected Cross-lay, @50' 2 1/2" preconnected hole, 35' Extension Ladder, 14' Roof Ladder, Closet Ladder, ISG Infrasys Thermal Camera, Gas Meter, 6 Scott 2.2 Air Packs with 6 Spare Bottles, Honda Generator with Fixed and Portable Scene Lighting, 120v Smoke Ejector, 30' Hard Suction, Chain Saw, Hand tools, Chimney Cleaning Tools and Brushes, First-Aid Kit, Mobile and Portable Radios.
Serving as the department’s first-due engine, Engine 1 is the primary apparatus responding to structure fires, alarm activations, chimney fires. Mid-ship controls allow the operator a 360-degree view of the fire ground.
Responding on the initial fire attack, Engine 1 has numerous pre-connected hand lines, supply lines and fixed deck gun. Supplied by the onboard 1000 gallon water tank and 30 gallons of class A foam, the engine can support initial firefighting operations at structure fires.
Pump: 1250gpm Front-Mount
1 Mile of 4" Supply Hose, 30' Hard Suction, 4” Booster Valve, 4" to 3x 1 1/2" Wye, 4" Wye, Portable Master Stream Device, Cascade Refilling System, Chain Saw, Hand Tools, Mobile and Portable Radios.
Engine 2 is assigned to respond to fire incidents with the primary duty of establishing a water supply. The unique front-mount pump and mile of four inch supply line allow flexibility when accessing remote ponds and water sources. The booster valve can be placed in the four inch supply line, allowing a second pump to increase flow. A four tank cascade air-supply system can be used to refill bottles during an extended event.
Model: 4 Guys
Tank: 1000 gallon
4 Scott Air Packs with 4 Spare Bottles, 2x100' preconnected trash lines, 2x 200' 1 3/4" Pre-Connected Lines, 250' of preconnected 2 1/2" hose, Class A foam, 6 Backpack Fire Pumps (Indian Tank), Fixed and Portable Scene Lighting, Honda portable generator, 24' Extension Ladder, 18' Roof Ladder, Chain Saw, Hand Tools, Cable Cutter, Forestry Tools, 30' Hard Suction, Mobile and Portable Radios.
Engine 3 is primarily assigned to respond to auto accidents, forestry and brush fire incidents and mutual aid calls. This apparatus also serves as the second or backup attack piece, with the primary duty of establishing a water supply for the first engine, or expanded coverage in a large scene.
Tank: 2200 gallon
Portable Dump Tank, 4 Scott Air Packs, Chainsaw, 20' Hard Suction, Portable Radios.
The role of Tanker 1 is to support the primary attack engine by providing more than 2000 gallons of water. Alternately, the water can be emptied into the dump tank from one of three electric-operated valves, freeing the tanker to shuttle water from a nearby source. In this rural community with no municipal water supply or hydrants, the role of the tanker is vital to firefighting efforts. Tanker 1 also responds to area mutual aid calls where additional water supply is needed.
300 HP Cummins Diesel engine, Allison automatic transmission
Exellance aluminum walk-in rescue body
Length 28’4″, Height 10’4″ 35,000lb GVWR
LED light tower
20KW PTO Generator, Cold Water Rescue, Hurst eTools "Jaws of Life", Air Bags, Landing Zone Lighting Kit, Rescue Equipment, Traffic Safety, 2000 Watt Portable Generator, Fixed and Portable Lighting, AED, First Aid Kit, Laptop Computer, Mobile and Portable Radios.
Like all apparatus, Rescue One is a specialized unit that responds to most incidents. The primary function of this piece of equipment is to provide traffic control and scene safety. In addition, the Rescue carries the Jaws of Life, airbags, and other vehicle extracation tools. The Rescue is also the primary vehicle to respond to cold-water and ice rescue calls, as it carries the equipment necessary to perform those functions.
Old Engine 1
Pump: 500gpm Front-Mount
Tank: Unknown Size
The first engine of the Deer Isle Fire Department, Old Engine 1 is reserved for parades, celebrations, and special events.