Built by KME in Nesquehoning, PA and sold by Skip Stinger of J.B. Hunt. Ladder 2116 was placed into service in January 2000. The unit is built on a Renegade Excel tilt cab and is powered by a Cummins 450 Diesel engine with a Jacobs Brake. Ladder 2116 is a dual-purpose apparatus known as a Quint. Serving both as an engine and a ladder. The truck is equipped with a 75ft boom and carries 500 gallons of water. It has a 1500GPM single stage Hale Q-Max pump with a Class A & B foam system. The Ladder is equipped with a vehicle extrication tool, EMS equipment, 115′ of ground ladders, a 10kw amps generator and Truck company tools. Ladder 2116 is first out for all structure fires.
|Driver||Engage Generator, PTO, Ladder Power, Pump, Establish Water Supply, Operate Boom, PPV to front of structure, Establish Lighting||Radio, Reflective Vest|
|Officer||Radio Traffic, Locate Hydrant, Establish ICS, Fill-in crew as needed||Axe, 6′ hook, CO/LEL meter as needed|
|Can||Engine Duties-Fire Suppression, Truck Duties- primary search||Water Can (nothing showing), 1-3/4″ or 2-1/2″ line (showing – engine), 6′ hook, 16′ roof ladder (truck ops)|
|Force||Engine Duties-Force Entry, Assist Can, Truck Duties-Force Entry, Primary Search||Irons, T.I.C.|
|Hydrant||Engine Duties-Hydrant hook-up, Truck Duties, Vent/Enter/Search from rear||6′ Hook, 16′ Roof Ladder|
|OVM||Vent/Enter/Search from rear||TNT Tool, Appropriate Saw|
|*ALL (except driver)||Truck Duties-Assist w/Placement and Set-up of Ladder||Radio, Flashlight|