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Spring Lake FD Ulster, NY

Fire Lineup, a photo by ctware on Flickr.
Spring Lake Fire Department is an all-volunteer department protecting the Ulster Fire District #1, one section of the Town of Ulster just outside of Kingston, NY in the mid-hudson valley.

E59-10 is a 2004 Pumper manufactured by 4 Guy Fire Apparatus on an HME Chassis. It serves the Spring Lake Fire Department as 2nd due to all structure fires in the district and to all mutual aid requests for an engine. 59-10 has a six man cab, 1500 gpm pump and a 1500 gallon tank. It is outfitted with a Compressed Air Foam System and a 40 gallon Class A foam cell as well as a 15kw on board generator and Wilburt Light Tower. 59-10 started its service with the Adam's Area Fire District outside of Pittsburgh, PA before being purchased by our fire district in 2013.

E59-20 is the newest member of the engine fleet. Purchased from Pierce Fire in 2000, it is equipped with a 1250 gpm pump and carries 750 gallons of water, as well as 20 gallons of class A foam and 10 gallons of class B foam, both of which are available from several dischages at concentrations adjustable from 0.1 % to 6%.

E59-30 was purchased from Pierce Fire in 1996. It carries 2,500 gallons of water on twin axles, with a 1250 gpm pump and a 10 gallon class A foam system to 2 discharges.


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