Bow Horn Bay Fire Department

Engine 7-2

2011 Freightliner, diesel engine chassis, all-wheel drive with a Rosenbauer body and Waterous pump capable of 1050 IGPM (1260 USGPM).  It carries 1000 Imp Gal (1200 USG) on board.  This is our first out of the hall engine for structural fires.  It has a built-in foam system that will produce up to a 1% foam mixture. It also has a portable eductor if higher foam concentrations are required.


Tender 7-5

1997 Freightliner chassis, diesel engine, with a 1500 Imp Gal (1800 USG) capacity water tank.  This is strictly a water tender - it cannot pump directly from the water tank.  It does, however, carry portable pumps, including a float pump, as well as additional structural and forestry hose.  It also carries two bladder style port-a-tanks that are used in areas where there are no hydrants - the tender shuttles water from a static source and dumps into the port-a-tanks, from which E-72 and/or E-71 can draft.



2008 Pierce Contender Custom Pumper Rescue. This beautiful rescue is powered by a Cummins ISL 400 hp diesel engine and comes with a Waterous CS 1250 GPM side-mount 1-stage-pump and a 975 Gallon polypropylene tank, a Husky 1% Foam System and an additional Hercules 140 Hyd CAFS System. Rescue 76 is fully equipped for all motor vehicle incidents, fire related incidents as well as all first responder medical incidents


Tender 7-4

2000 Freightliner chassis, diesel engine, with a 1500 Imp Gal (1800 USG) capacity water tank. This unit is almost identical to T-75, however, it does have a deck mounted pump that can pump directly from the water tank. It also carries additional portable pumps and two bladder style port-a-tanks.    




Chief Command 702

This 2021 Ford F150 is primarily used as the Fire Chief command vehicle.  It  is fully equipped and ready for service at a moments notice.


Command 700

This 2021 Chevrolet Silverado is fully equipped with essential tools and gear, and is poised for rapid deployment.