E-One Cyclone II 2001
Engine 20 is a 2001 E-One Cyclone II Engine/Rescue with a 2000 GPM Hale pump with a Pneumax CAFS system. Engine 20 has a 970 gallon water tank and a 30 gallon class-A foam tank.
Is a 1997 Sutphen Mini-Tower with a 70+ foot tower ladder. Truck 20 has a full complement of ground ladders and in addition, a 1,500 GPM Hale pump with 300 gallons of water.
Is a 1991 E-One International Engine with a 1,250 GPM Hale pump. Engine 201 has a 1,000 gallon water tank and has 1,000 feet of 5” hose and 500 feet of 3” hose.
Gaurdian/Ford F-550 2006
Is a 2006 Ford F-550 Guardian mini-pumper with a Odin Kodiak CAFS pump. Attack 20 has a 250 gallon water tank and a 10 gallon class-A foam tank.
Is a 2002 E-One Freightliner Tanker with a 1,250 GPM Hale pump. Tanker 20 has a 3,100 gallon water tank with a 3,500 gallon portable dump tank.
Is a 2002 Scotty Fire Safety Trailer that has been outfitted to serve as a safety house for fire prevention. This trailer is used by the company at public relations functions and is loaned out from time to time to other organizations and companys for open houses and kids fairs to teach fire and community safety.
American LaFrance and Ford 1922
Purchased in 1922 to replace the hand drawn carts, these were the first modern motorized fire apparatus for Millersburg. The American LaFrance Type 48 Triple Combination Pumper, Serial# 4135 was purchased for $9,500 and had a 600 gallon tank.
The Hahn was purchased in 1974 to augment the aging Oren engines and was the first major apparatus purchase since 1949. The Hahn had a 750 GPM pump and a 500 gallon tank.
A 1979 Emergency One/GMC Attack Pumper designated as Attack 20, this pumper provided a quick response truck with a short wheel base that allowed for access to narrow alleys and country roads.
The White/General tanker had a 4,000 gallon tank and was replaced by the 1989 Freightliner Tanker. This was the first tanker for the Millersburg Fire Company and was purchased by the Lower Mahanoy Fire Company in Dalmatia, Northumberland County.
Millersburg re-entered the truck company business in 1989 with the purchase of a 1974 Spartan Tele-Squirt. The truck was refurbished and put on a Pierce chassis and painted the white over red scheme to match the rest of the apparatus.
Brush 20 was an ex-military truck that was converted to be used as a Brush unit and was outfitted with a full complement of wildland firefighting equipment and was in service until 2007 when the current Attack 20 was purchased.