Mulvane Emergency Services
110 Years of Volunteer Fire Service
ISO Class 3 / 5
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M.E.S. Fire Apparatus
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Engine #1, 1927 International/Boyer pumper. Used for Parades and Public Relation events. Left Lt. Lowell Ester & Capt. Duane Brill during Old Settlers parade in Aug. 2001. Right Engine #1 is used for P.R. to wisk away the Bride & Groom at a Wichita wedding.
Engine #1 went online in December 1927.
Engine 401, 2006 Elite 1,750 GPM pumper. Delivered on August 14th, 2006!
It is a 4 door Freightliner with a 1000 gallon tank & 20 gallons foam. It has a 2000 watt elevating "Stem Light". This truck was purchased for us by the City of Mulvane.
It is a 4 door Freightliner FL-80 Dakota SS with a 1000 gallon tank. This truck was purchased for us by Sumner County Fire District #12.
Shown here with FF Dave Arthur and FF Robert Grace.
Engine 403, 1991 Smeal 1,000 GPM, preparing to pump at a structure fire. Engine 403 is the only fire apparatus housed at Station #2 and is considered a Reserve Engine. The other front 3 lines Engine rotate between Station #1 & Station #2.
Engine 403 went online in 1991.
Engine 404 is owned by the City of Mulvane.
Brush 407 went online October 1st, 2014.
Pickup 409, 2005 F-350 Supercab 4x4 brush truck. This truck carries 300 gallons of water with a 250 GPM Hale Pump.
Pickup 409 went into service March 2005.
Brush Pumper / Tender #406
BP/Tender 406, 2018 International with a 350 hp Cummins ISL-9 engine with 6 speed Allison ERV transmission. 2000 gallon Tender / Brush Pumper with 400 gpm Hale 35 HP pump, left & right side, rear electric 10" Newton Dump Valves controlled from the cab. A 3,000 gallon dump tank is carried in an electric holder on the passenger side. Truck has rear 2.5 fill and a 5" tank fill which also doubles as a dump valve to speed up off loading.
Tender 406 went into service February 2018.
Tender 408 went into service November 2007.
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Last modified: Friday October 18, 2019