Over the summer and fall of 2017, Pierce Manufacturing in Appleton, Wisconsin, built our new Pumper to take over the designation of 236-Engine.  It is  2017 Enforcer PUC pumper that has a Husky 3 foam system. The truck’s engine is a Detroit Diesel DD13 525 hp engine. 750 Gallons of water plus 30 Gallon Foam Tank.   See the construction taking shape in the photos below. Our delegation took final inspection and acceptance from the plant on November 8th and we took delivery on December 9th.  It will take a few weeks to get it ready at our station and train key personnel on operating it. We would like to thank the Borough of Plum, its council, and residents for helping to contribute to the funding of this new engine.

Blue Prints Delivery Day Video


Final Inspection
236-Engine Final Inspection: Enginner Franitti, Chairman Reynolds, & Assistant Chief Usher

Senior Engineer Mike Franitti, New Engine Committee Chairman Jim Reynolds, & Assistant Chief Chuckie Usher after approving the final inspection on November 8th up at Pierce Manufacturing in Appleton, WI.

  236-Engine Final Inspection: Driver Side  
236-Engine Final Inspection: Rear

From the final inspection trip (Nov 7-8)

236-Engine Final Inspection: Rear Officer Side

From the final inspection trip (Nov 7-8)

236-Engine Final Inspection: Pump Control Panel

From the final inspection trip (Nov 7-8)

236-Engine Final Inspection: Front of Cab

From the final inspection trip (Nov 7-8)

  Construction Photos