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La Plata Volunteer Fire Department / DPC Brush Truck


Client Name: La Plata Volunteer Fire Department
County: Charles County
State: Maryland
Year: 2008
Manufacturer: DPC
Chassis: 2008 Ford F-350 4x4
Lighting: 12-volt, 300-watt HID quartz light attached to a telescoping pole with a weatherproof switch conveniently located at the base of each light.
Warning Lights: The emergency warning light package is comprised of the latest LED lights from Whelen. On the cab roof is a Whelen LFL Liberty Super LED lightbar. There are two (2) Whelen 500 Series Super LED lightheads are positioned on each side of the vehicle and serve as the front and rear intersection lights. In the front grill you will find four (4) Whelen TIR3 Super LED lights. DPC also installed hidden strobe lights in the front and rear light assemblies.
Water Tank: Hale HPX100-H20 ; 200 gallon UPF polypropylene water tank
Hose Reel: 200' of 3/4" booster line
Center Console: Engine 14's cab is outfitted with a custom center console constructed from 1/8" 5052 smooth aluminum and coated with black Line-X.
Sales Person: Mike Heston
Link: www.laplatafiredepartment.com
Additional Information: An additional 100' of pre-connected 1-1/2" hose is stored in a speedlay style tray under the driver's side storage compartment and is accessible from the rear of the vehicle. This tray is removable to allow for easier repacking. In addition, there is also a hose trough located on top of the water tank which serves as a deadlay for 100' of 1-1/2" hose. An 18" riser was constructed to bring the pump controls up to the top of the tailgate. Along with basic controls, a light to illuminate the gauge panel and a fuel level gauge can also be found on the control panel. Custom mounts were fabricated and installed at the rear of the bed to secure the chainsaw, oil, fuel, and related items. Whelen 295HFS electronic siren, controls for the warning lights, two (2) cup holders, and a small storage bin. The rear of the console has ample room for mapbooks and binders. In the extended cab area, the floor and rear wall was overlaid with diamond plate for durability and to provide a stable surface to mount equipment. Another busy area is the front bumper. A brush guard, portable winch receiver with 12-volt connection, and Perlux fog lights adorn the front of Engine 14. There are also two (2) Cast Products siren speakers recess-mounted in each side of the front bumper. The rear bumper features a permanently mounted (brand name) (capacity) winch and two auxiliary backup lights.


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

La Plata Volunteer Fire Department / DPC Brush Truck

Client Name: La Plata Volunteer Fire Department
County: Charles County
State: Maryland
Year: 2008
Manufacturer: DPC
Chassis: 2008 Ford F-350 4x4
Lighting: 12-volt, 300-watt HID quartz light attached to a telescoping pole with a weatherproof switch conveniently located at the base of each light.
Warning Lights: The emergency warning light package is comprised of the latest LED lights from Whelen. On the cab roof is a Whelen LFL Liberty Super LED lightbar. There are two (2) Whelen 500 Series Super LED lightheads are positioned on each side of the vehicle and serve as the front and rear intersection lights. In the front grill you will find four (4) Whelen TIR3 Super LED lights. DPC also installed hidden strobe lights in the front and rear light assemblies.
Water Tank: Hale HPX100-H20 ; 200 gallon UPF polypropylene water tank
Hose Reel: 200' of 3/4" booster line
Center Console: Engine 14's cab is outfitted with a custom center console constructed from 1/8" 5052 smooth aluminum and coated with black Line-X.
Sales Person: Mike Heston
Link: www.laplatafiredepartment.com
Additional Information: An additional 100' of pre-connected 1-1/2" hose is stored in a speedlay style tray under the driver's side storage compartment and is accessible from the rear of the vehicle. This tray is removable to allow for easier repacking. In addition, there is also a hose trough located on top of the water tank which serves as a deadlay for 100' of 1-1/2" hose. An 18" riser was constructed to bring the pump controls up to the top of the tailgate. Along with basic controls, a light to illuminate the gauge panel and a fuel level gauge can also be found on the control panel. Custom mounts were fabricated and installed at the rear of the bed to secure the chainsaw, oil, fuel, and related items. Whelen 295HFS electronic siren, controls for the warning lights, two (2) cup holders, and a small storage bin. The rear of the console has ample room for mapbooks and binders. In the extended cab area, the floor and rear wall was overlaid with diamond plate for durability and to provide a stable surface to mount equipment. Another busy area is the front bumper. A brush guard, portable winch receiver with 12-volt connection, and Perlux fog lights adorn the front of Engine 14. There are also two (2) Cast Products siren speakers recess-mounted in each side of the front bumper. The rear bumper features a permanently mounted (brand name) (capacity) winch and two auxiliary backup lights.