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Benedict Volunteer Fire Department & Rescue Squad / DPC Brush Truck


Client Name: Benedict Volunteer Fire Department & Rescue Squad
County: Charles County
State: Maryland
Year: 2008
Manufacturer: DPC
Chassis: 2008 Ford F-350 4x4
Lighting: Whelen Super LED lights can be found throughout the vehicle. pair of 500 Series are in the front grill while 700 Series lights serve as the front and rear intersection lights and are also mounted on the rear of the storage compartments. Hide-a-way LED lights were installed in the front and rear taillight assemblies.
Warning Lights: Visual warning lights are a combination of Whelen and Code 3 products. On the cab roof is a Code 3 MX7000 52" lightbar which features LED lights across the bottom and rotators in the upper portion. Fire and Ice LED lightstick tucked away below the tailgate. It is wired to activate with the taillights and also to function as a warning light.
Audible Warning: A Whelen SA315P siren speaker is also located in the front bumper.
Water Tank: 200-Gallon
Hose Reel: 200' of 3/4"
Center Console: (2) Motorola M5 mobile radios, (1) marine band radio, a cellular phone, (2) Motorola portable radio chargers, a MC Products water tank level gauge, a Whelen 6-switch panel, Powercall DX5 electronic siren, and (2) cup holders.
Sales Person: Mike Heston
Link: http://www.bvfdrs.com/
Additional Information: Out front you'll find a Warn stainless steel brush guard that includes wings to protect the headlight assemblies. Engine 5-4 features not one, but two Warn winches. Located in each bumper is a 12,000 pound winch, each equipped with 100' of 3/8" carbon fiber cable. Also incorporated into the rear bumper is a pair of halogen auxiliary backup lights for increased safety and visibility. Rounding out the interior are a pair of H.O. Bostrom "Tanker" SCBA seats that were installed in lieu of the rear factory seating. As an extra measure of safety, a Rocky Americas backup camera was installed on the rear of the vehicle and can be viewed through a 6.8" wide screen LCD monitor that is automatically activated when the transmission is engaged in reverse. The monitor doubles as the rearview mirror when the camera is not in use. Prior to any items being installed in the bed, it was coated with black Line-X to ensure durability for many years to come. Two large storage compartments were fabricated from aluminum treadplate and installed on each side of the body. They are illuminated by rope lighting and contain items such as a chainsaw, gas cans, winch accessories, forestry packs, and many other related tools. In addition to the main storage compartments, custom slide-out storage trays were fabricated and installed in the area below the water tank. The trays were designed for the storage of hand tools, chains, and other loose items. At the front of the body, two Fire Research Optimum 150-watt HID, 12-volt quartz lights were installed, one on each side. Immediately behind the cab is a hose tray for storage of 150' of 1-3/4" hose.


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Benedict Volunteer Fire Department & Rescue Squad / DPC Brush Truck

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DPC Emergency Equipment
Phone: (302) 492-1245
Website: https://dpcemergency.com
335 Strauss Avenue
Marydel, DE 19964

Benedict Volunteer Fire Department & Rescue Squad / DPC Brush Truck

Client Name: Benedict Volunteer Fire Department & Rescue Squad
County: Charles County
State: Maryland
Year: 2008
Manufacturer: DPC
Chassis: 2008 Ford F-350 4x4
Lighting: Whelen Super LED lights can be found throughout the vehicle. pair of 500 Series are in the front grill while 700 Series lights serve as the front and rear intersection lights and are also mounted on the rear of the storage compartments. Hide-a-way LED lights were installed in the front and rear taillight assemblies.
Warning Lights: Visual warning lights are a combination of Whelen and Code 3 products. On the cab roof is a Code 3 MX7000 52" lightbar which features LED lights across the bottom and rotators in the upper portion. Fire and Ice LED lightstick tucked away below the tailgate. It is wired to activate with the taillights and also to function as a warning light.
Audible Warning: A Whelen SA315P siren speaker is also located in the front bumper.
Water Tank: 200-Gallon
Hose Reel: 200' of 3/4"
Center Console: (2) Motorola M5 mobile radios, (1) marine band radio, a cellular phone, (2) Motorola portable radio chargers, a MC Products water tank level gauge, a Whelen 6-switch panel, Powercall DX5 electronic siren, and (2) cup holders.
Sales Person: Mike Heston
Link: http://www.bvfdrs.com/
Additional Information: Out front you'll find a Warn stainless steel brush guard that includes wings to protect the headlight assemblies. Engine 5-4 features not one, but two Warn winches. Located in each bumper is a 12,000 pound winch, each equipped with 100' of 3/8" carbon fiber cable. Also incorporated into the rear bumper is a pair of halogen auxiliary backup lights for increased safety and visibility. Rounding out the interior are a pair of H.O. Bostrom "Tanker" SCBA seats that were installed in lieu of the rear factory seating. As an extra measure of safety, a Rocky Americas backup camera was installed on the rear of the vehicle and can be viewed through a 6.8" wide screen LCD monitor that is automatically activated when the transmission is engaged in reverse. The monitor doubles as the rearview mirror when the camera is not in use. Prior to any items being installed in the bed, it was coated with black Line-X to ensure durability for many years to come. Two large storage compartments were fabricated from aluminum treadplate and installed on each side of the body. They are illuminated by rope lighting and contain items such as a chainsaw, gas cans, winch accessories, forestry packs, and many other related tools. In addition to the main storage compartments, custom slide-out storage trays were fabricated and installed in the area below the water tank. The trays were designed for the storage of hand tools, chains, and other loose items. At the front of the body, two Fire Research Optimum 150-watt HID, 12-volt quartz lights were installed, one on each side. Immediately behind the cab is a hose tray for storage of 150' of 1-3/4" hose.