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Truck 10
Truck 10 is a one of a kind apparatus in the fleet due to its unique response area. Serving the area immediately surrounding the airport, it is the only frontline tiller quint in the fleet.
About this creation


Truck 10 was built on the KME Severe Service chassis. Another slight design change to the apparatus is the bumper storage for the extraction tools. As the compartment behind the tiller cab was replaced by the pump, the extraction tools needed to be placed in a different location. The bumper location made the most sense for firefighters to be able to access the equipment rapidly.



The powerful Waterous pump allows the rig to flow water all on its own. Because of this, Truck 10 is also one of two truck companies that is not attached to the 200 series engine. Six men staff Truck 10 on a daily basis.



Special thanks to my good friend Abeed for his assistance with the decals.



As Truck 10 protects the airport, its equipment setup is quite different compared to the regular CBFD truck company. In addition to hoses, couplings, and nozzles, the rig also carries special tools for ARFF.



The street side of the trailer houses a 24-ft extension ladder, two gas blowers, and traffic cones.



The ladder compartment stores the majority of ladders as well as 800 ft of 4in LDH, various hooks and pike poles.



The tillerman can access the cab from the curbside. An 8ft attic ladder is seen on this side as well as the tillerman’s compartment where he stores his PPE and tools.



Truck 10 responds first due to structural assignments. As the first in company, the captain will assign his crew to fire attack, where half of the crew will establish a water supply and charge a line and the other half will begin forcible entry and initiate search and rescue. At this point, the engine company following the truck will have arrived and take over the charged line, allowing the 3 truck company members to begin ventilation duties.



The tiller is the best configuration to carry all the necessary equipment Castle Beach Fire Department truck companies are assigned to carry.



Turntable design credits go to Paulo R.



The truck is also equipped with a NightScan to illuminate even the darkest scene.



The aerial can be raised up to 101 ft in the air!




Truck 10 has received updated graphics before returning to service at Station 10 - CBX. As one can immediately tell, this rig is different than the other frontline truck companies at Castle Beach Fire Department. The most obvious difference is the color scheme. While the other truck companies are red with a white stripe, Truck 10 is lime green with a reflective blue stripe to aid in visualization as it is the first due truck company at CBX. Another huge difference is the fact that this is a quint. As the airport has many terminals and cargo areas, the potential for fire to spread to a large amount of space in a short time is a possible scenario that may occur. Hence, all the frontline suppression apparatus are equipped with a pump and tank to assist with fire alarms. Also, Truck 10 will be the second truck company (after Truck 5) to be fully staffed and will be a separate company from Engine 210. In addition, Truck 10 stores several of the Holmatro extraction equipment in the bumper as the large first compartment was replaced by the pump.

Truck 10 Technical Specs:
2018 KME Severe Service 101' tiller with 500 lb tipload
Cummins X15 600-hp engine
Allison EVS 4500 transmission
Code 3 lighting
NightScan PowerLite
B&M Super Chief siren
Motorola Spectra siren
Grover air horns
2000 gpm Waterous CMU 2-stage pump
300 gal water
20 gal Class A foam
40 gal Class B foam
2000 gpm TFT Monsoon remote controlled wagon battery
225 ft of ground ladders
Holmatro Extraction Equipment
Onan 20 kW on-board generator

The officer's side was structured to carry truck company equipment, while the driver’s side was designed to store rescue tools.

Listed are some of the major tools carried by Truck 10:

Saws:
- (3) Temptest Ventmaster chain saws
- (2) Partner K12-950 rotary saws
- Electric chain saw
- Electric circular saw
- Electric Milwaukee Sawzall
- (2) Dewalt Battery Reciprocating saws
- Dewalt Battery drill
- Dewalt Battery circular saw

Fans:
- Tempest 18” electric ppv fan (16,800 cfm)
- Lifejack 18” gas ppv fan (18,000 cfm)
- 16” electric fan

Rapid Intervention Team:
- RIT tool bag
- RIT scba bag
- RIT rescue rope

Salvage:
- (5) 9x12 salvage covers
- (1) Floor runner cover
- (2) Salvage tubs

Suppression:
- (2) AFFF extinguishers
- (2) Dry chemical extinguishers
- CO2 extinguisher
- (2) Water extinguishers

Rope Rescue:
- (6) 200' rescue rope
- (2) 300' rescue rope
- (4) Full body harnesses
- (2) Rigging bags, each containing:
- (20) 20' webbing
- (20) Prussics (assorted sizes)
- (20) steel carabiners
- (2) gibbs ascenders
- rigging plate
- brake bar rack
- Full body harness
- (2) 3/8 double sheave pulley
- (2) 4 inch pulleys (prussic minded)
- (4) 3 inch single pulleys

Homatro Jaws of Life Hydraulic Rescue System:
- PPU 15 power plant (220V)
- DPU 30 power plant (220V)
- 32’ Holmatro hydraulic hose reels
- SP 5260 32” spreader (112,400 lbs)
- TR 4340 C Telescopic Ram (48,780 lbs)
- TR 4350 C Telescopic Ram (48,780 lbs)
- CU 5050 cutter (317,430 lbs)
- CU 4035 C NCT cutter (79,810 lbs)
- CU 4055 C NCT cutter (228,900 lbs)
- HRS22 Ram Support
- Various accessories

Cribbing/Stabilization:
- (10) 6x6's
- (4) 6x6 wedges
- (25) 2x4's
- (4) 4x4x36's
- (46) 4x4's
- (20) 4x4 wedges
- (4) Step-chocks
- (2) Hi-lift jacks
- (2) Junkyard Dog Nightmare struts
- (2) Junkyard Dog G-Force struts
- (10) Steel pickets
- (2) Enerpac P392 manual hydraulic pumps
- Enerpac spreader
- (2) 25-Ton hydraulic bottle jacks
- (2) 10-Ton bottle jacks
- (2) 1.5 Ton Com-a-long
- .75 Ton Com-a-long
- (6) 3/8” chain – 10ft
- (4) 3/8" chain - 20ft
- Chain shorteners and hooks

Paratech Maxiforce Air Bags:
- KPI-1 ton airbag (6x6)
- (2) KPI-5 ton airbags (10x10)
- (2) KPI-8 ton airbags (12x12)
- KPI-12 ton airbag (15x15)
- (2) KPI-22 ton airbags (20x20)
- (2) KPI-32 ton airbags (24x24)
- KPI-44 ton airbag (28x28)
- (2) KPI-55 ton airbag (32x32)
- KPI-74 ton airbag (37x37)
Total: 375 tons

Pneumatic Tools:
-Paratech Air Source Cart (160 cuft of air)
-Paratech Airgun 40
-Paratech Pakhammer 90
-Impact wrench
-Pneumatic drill
-Pneumatic cut-off saw

In addition, the apparatus carries 241 ft. of ground ladders. The complement consists of extension ladders, wall ladders, and roof ladders. The extension ladder complement consists of one 35 ft. ladder, one 14 ft. ladder, one 12 ft ladder, and one collapsible 10 ft. ladder. The wall ladder complement includes two 24 ft. ladders, two 20 ft. ladders, and two 16 ft. ladders. The roof ladder complement has one 20 ft. ladder, one 16 ft. ladder, and two 12 ft. ladders.

Credits:
David H for the functional compartments
Paulo R for the turntable design and cord reel
Abeed M and Jeff B for their big time assist with the decals

Inspired by:
Orange County Fire Authority Truck 61
Los Angeles County Fire Dept Quint 15



Comments

 I made it 
  October 2, 2019
Quoting A Taylor Interesting Truck. With the tools in the bumper, a pump, and the airport role; it's different. Looks good in the lime green.
Aside from having different manufacturers, I wanted something else to set my tillers apart haha Thanks again!
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  October 1, 2019
Interesting Truck. With the tools in the bumper, a pump, and the airport role; it's different. Looks good in the lime green.
 
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