Engine 91 is a 2018 Pierce Enforcer Pumper with a 1500 GPM pump, 750 gallon water tank, and Husky 3 Foam System. Engine 91 features two preconnected front bumper handlines (100' 1 3/4", 200' 2"), three preconnected rear attack lines (250' 2", 300' 2", 250' 2.5"), 2100 feet of supply hose (1000' 5", 800' 3", 300' 2.5") as well as a crosslay with of 200' (2.5") preconnected portable monitor and a pre-piped deck gun. Engine 91 is also equipped with a compliment of Holmatro Pentheon battery powered hydraulic rescue tools (Spreader, Incline Cutter, Ram), wood cribbing, ARS vehicle rescue struts, patient protection, and Milwaukee battery operated power tools. In addition, Engine 91 is outfitted with numerous forcible entry tools, hand tools, hose bundles, saws, a battery operated ventilation fan, thermal imaging camera, gas monitoring equipment, and six Scott SCBAs. Engine 91 responds as the first due fire apparatus for all motor vehicle accidents, motor vehicle fires, and outdoor fires, as well as structural incidents with limited access.
Ladder 91 - 2008 Pierce Dash 75' Rearmount Aerial, 2000GPM Pump, 300GWT, 50 Gallon Foam Tank.
Purchased used from the Yardley-Makefield Fire Company in 2020.
Rescue 91 is a 2007 Pierce Dash Rescue with seating for 6. It has a four pre-connected TNT Rescue extrication tools with 100' hoses. Two pre-connected tools are located in the front bumper. Air bags, rescue struts, and a battery operated Holmatro tool are also located on the rescue. The Rescue has an assortment of cordless sawzalls, electric sawzalls, petrogen cutting torch, cribbing, hand tools, fans, ropes, two K12 saws, 2 roof saws, and various hazardous material equipment. A 6 bottle cascade system with sierra booster refills the firefighter's bottles while on scene. It has a 35 KW generator that power the light tower, scene lights, and cord reels. For patient care, the rescue carries stokes basket, 3 backboards, a burn kit, pediatric kit, patient care equipment, AED (automatic external defibrillator), and a suction unit. The rescue is first out for motor vehicle accidents & plane crashes. 2nd out for structural type alarms in hydrant areas and 3rd out for structural type alarms (non-hydrant areas). This vehicle is owned by the Quakertown Fire Company.
Water Tender 91-1
Tanker 91-1 is a 1992 Mack Saulsbury Tanker with a 450 GPM pump and a 3000 Gallon water tank. It has a 3000 and 1500 gallon folding tank. It runs as part of the County Tanker Task Force and Strike Teams. On both sides is a mural of an actual fire the QFC fought several years ago, and is one of the most photographed vehicles in the state. This vehicle is owned by the Quakertown Fire Company.
Water Tender 91-2
Tanker 91-2 is a 2006 Mack Granite Pierce Tanker with a 1000 GPM pump and a 3000 gallon water tank. It is powered by a 427 horsepower engine, has side dumps controlled at the cab and a manual dump in the rear. It has numerous pre-connects for rapid offloading at operations and a 35” extension ladder. A hydraulic rack holds a 3000 gallon folding tank. The Tanker runs second on all structural alarms and as special request on box alarms. This vehicle owned by the Franklin Twp Fire District No.1
Brush 91 is a 1991 Ford/Grumman Brush truck with a 360 GPM pump and a 300 gallon water tank. It has a ¾" booster line and a 1¾" handline to be used in off-road incidents. A 9,000 pound winch on the front bumper is used to get the brush and other units out of trouble. It is first out for brush and woods incidents. This vehicle is owned by the Quakertown Fire Company.
BLS 91-51 is a 2010 Ford/Braun Basic Life Support Ambulance that carries all of the necessary items for medical care and patient transport. This ambulance can transport 2 patients. BLS 91-51 has (2) Scott 4.5 SCBAs, forcible entry tools, fire extinguishers, and rehab supplies. This vehicle is owned by the Quakertown Fire Company.
BLS 91-52 is a 1997 Ford/Braun Basic Life Support Ambulance that carries all of the necessary items for medical care and patient transport. This ambulance can transport 2 patients. BLS 91-52 also has a thermal imaging camera (TIC), CO gas meter, forcible entry tools, fire extinguishers and rehab supplies. This vehicle is owned by the Quakertown Fire Company.
Car 91-1 is a 2021 Chevy Tahoe that is used as an incident command unit. It has multiple high, ultra high, and low band radios. Car 91-1 carries all the necessary equipment for fire & EMS responses including AED, BLS kit, command boards, SCBA, fire extinguishers, and forcible entry tools. This vehicle is assigned to the Chief and is owned by the Franklin Township Fire District No. 1.
Car 91-2 is a 2018 Chevy Tahoe. It has multiple high, ultra high, and low band radios. Car 91-2 carries all the necessary equipment for fire & EMS responses including an AED, BLS kit, command boards, SCBA, fire extinguishers, and forcible entry tools. This vehicle is assigned to the Deputy Chief of Fire and is owned by the Franklin Township Fire District #1.
Car 91-3 is a 2001 Ford Crown Victoria that is primarily used by the Franklin Township Fire Prevention Office. It is also used at various emergency incidents. The vehicle carries safety vests and traffic control equipment. This vehicle owned by the Franklin Twp Fire District No.1
Engine 91-61 (Engine 1)
Engine 1 is a 1969 Mack CF Pumper with a 1000 GPM pump and a 750 gallon water tank. The body was refurbished by Grumman in 1990. The Engine has seating for 4 with 5 pre-connects. Due to its age and lack of safety features, the Engine has been moved into third line engine status as it has served our service area and company well. It was the first-out engine for 27 years until it was replaced by the 1996 Mack Saulsbury Rescue Engine. The engine does not have any of the safety features that are currently offered by manufacturers today. This vehicle is owned by the Quakertown Fire Company.
Engine 91 is a 2001 Pierce Dash with a 1500 GPM Pump and a 788 Gallon Water Tank. It has seating for 6 and 6 pre-connects including a portable master stream on the front bumper. It carries a 30 Gallon Foam Tank and a TNT combi-tool and gas pump. It is first due to all structural calls and cover assignments and has metering devices and a Thermal imaging camera. On top the truck is a 3000 watt light tower powered by a 10K generator.
This vehicle was purchased new by the Quakertown Fire Company in 2001 and sold to a fire company in Pennsylvania in 2018 following the delivery of Engine 91, a 2018 Pierce Enforcer Pumper.
Squad 91 is a 2011 Pierce Quantum PUC Rescue Engine. It has seating for 6 with 6 pre-connects including a portable master stream on the front bumper. The Squad has a 1500 GPM pump, 750 gallon water tank, 30 gallon class A foam tank with a Husky 3 foam proportioning system that can inject foam into multiple discharges at the same time. Squad 91 has two pre-connected TNT Rescue extrication tools (Jaws of Life) with 100' hoses. The squad has a TIC, RIT Pack, rope rescue equipment, hand tools, a cordless sawzall, an electric fan with variable speed, standard tool kits, K12 saw, roof saw, vehicle struts, and various gas meters. For patient care, Squad 91 carries a stokes basket, 3 backboards, BLS kits, AED (automatic external defibrillator), and a suction unit. The Squad is second out to motor vehicle accidents & plane crashes, First out to all structural type alarms in the district. This unit replaced our 1996 Simon Duplex/Saulsbury Rescue Engine which was the first Squad in Hunterdon County, NJ. The Squad has safety items that include front & side airbags and Tac 4 independent front suspension.
This vehicle was purchased new in 2011 by the Franklin Township Fire District No. 1 and was sold to the Oldwick Fire Company in 2020 following the purchase of Ladder 91.
Tower 91 was a 1975 Mack CF 75' Aerialscope Tower Ladder purchased by the Quakertown Fire Company from the Schuylkill Hose Company #2 in 2019 in order to test the use of an aerial device in our primary response area. This unit responded as the third due apparatus for structural incidents in non-hydranted areas and the second due apparatus in hydranted areas. This apparatus served a valuable purpose in training our members on the operation of aerial devices, however lacked the ability to operate as an engine company, as well as modern safety features.
Tower 91 was sold to the Montoursville Fire Department in 2020 following the purchase of Ladder 91.
Car 91-4 is a 1999 Ford Expedition that is primarily used as an EMS first responder unit. The vehicle has an assortment of EMS supplies including an AED, BLS kits, KED, short boards, and suction unit. It has multiple high, ultra high and low-band radios used for incident command. The vehicle carries a SCBA, fire extinguishers and forcible entry tools. The rear of the car has a full command desk for use on large incidents. This vehicle is owned by the Quakertown Fire Company.