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Retired Apparatus

1994 E-One

Engine 1 (January 1995 - April 24, 2006)
Engine 2 (April 24, 2006 - July 23, 2007)

1994 E-One Hush pumper. This rig was designed and purchased in 1994 and was the city's first rescue-body pumper. Among it's many features were a 1,000 gallon tank, three 1.75" pre-connected hoselines, a 2.5" hoseline and 1,000 feet of five-inch supply hose. During it's service, it was equipped with hydraulic extrication tools, commonly known as the Jaws of Life, and had seating for up to nine firefighters.

1994 E-One Hush
1994 E-One Hush Pumper
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1974 Hendrickson

Gravel Ridge Engine 71
1974 Hendrickson Pumper
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Engine 2 (October 7, 2005 - April 24, 2006)
Engine 3 (April 25, 2006 - May 16, 2006)

This 1974 Hendrickson pumper served as a reserve pumper for the department for seven months in late 2005 and early 2006. Rented from the Gravel Ridge Volunteer Fire Department, it was equipped with a 1,000 gallon booster tank and a 1,00 gpm two-stage pump.

1985 Seagrave

Engine 3 (September 7-9, 2005)
Engine 3 (January 26-28, 2007)
Engine 3 (May 23, 2007 - June 31, 2007)
Engine 3 (July 13-15, 2009)

This 1985 Seagrave pumper has been a temporary member of the Maumelle fleet four seperate times between September 2005 and July 2009 -- responding to more than 50 runs, including first-due on a house fire on May 23, 2007. It has a 500 gallon tank and a 1,250 gpm pump.

North Little Rock Engine S103
1985 Seagrave Pumper
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1980 FMC

Engine 2
1980 FMC Pumper
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Engine 1 (1980-1994)
Engine 2 (1994-2004)

The last fire pumper purchased before Maumelle's incorporation as a city in 1985, this 1980 FMC pumper served the city for nearly a quarter of a century.

The rig was equipped with a 500 gallon booster tank, a 1,200 gpm pump and served as the city's front-line engine for fourteen years. It was retired in late 2004 after a decade of reserve service because of mechanical concerns.


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