West Bertram Volunteer Fire District
Vehicles

Our 1971 pumper/tanker is a vehicle built on an International chassis.  It has a gasoline engine.  Mounted in the front of the vehicle is a 1200 gallon-per-minute water pump.  The rear third of the truck holds a 750 gallon water tank. The operator stands beside the vehicle and controls all aspects of the pump operation including the suction line to the water drop tank or to the several hose lines going to the fire.

Our 1997 pumper/tanker is a vehicle built on a GMC "Topkick" chassis.  It has a gasoline engine. 
Mounted in the middle of the vehicle is a 1250 gallon-per-minute water pump.  The rear two-thirds of the truck is holds an 1,800 gallon water tank.  The operator stands beside the vehicle and controls all aspects of the pump operation including the suction line to the water drop tank or to the several hose lines going to the fire.

Our 2005 fast-attack vehicle was built on a Ford F550 chassis.  It has a gasoline engine.  This vehicle has a 300 gallon water tank and small pump.  It is used to transport medical and accident response equipment and materials to a situation and to deal with small grass/brush fires.

 
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