Apparatus

CVFD utilizes state of the art fire suppression techniques on its vehicles and apparatus.

 

When responding to a structural fire, CVFD responds with:

  • Engine 2 - 2,000 GPM CAFS, 1250 gallons of water, 30 gallons of Class A foam

  • Engine 1 - 2,000 GPM CAFS, 1,000 gallons of water, 30 gallons of Class A foam

  • Tanker - 500 GPM, front mounted pump - 1,500 gallons of water

  • Rescue 3 - AMKUS Ultimate extrication system, Command post equipment

  • Other apparatus as needed

 

In addition, we have automatic mutual aid partners in surrounding communities who respond with similar apparatus, as well as an ambulance response to every CVFD call. 

When responding to a motor vehicle collision, CVFD responds with: 

  • Rescue 3 - AMKUS Ultimate extrication system, Command post equipment

  • Engine 1 - 2,000 GPM CAFS, 1,000 gallons of water, 30 gallons of Class A foam, with additional equipment for MVCs

  • Engine 2 - 2,000 GPM CAFS, 1250 gallons of water, 30 gallons of Class A foam, with additional equipment for MVCs

  • Other apparatus as needed.

Engine 1
2004 Seagrave Pumper
2,000 GPM  CAFS
1,000 gallons of water
30 gallons of Class A foam
Engine 2

2019 KME Pumper

2000 GPM CAFS

1250 gallons of water

30 gallons of Class A Foam

Rescue 3
2012 Spartan Walkaround Heavy Rescue
AMKUS Ultima System
Engine 4
2008 GMC
1,250 GPM  CAFS
250 gallons of water
20 gallons of Class A foam
Tanker
1993 International
500 GPM
Front Mount Pump
1,500 gallons of water
Kawasaki Mule

2007 Kawasaki 4WD ATV

Marine 2
2001 18' Zodiak
40hp Mercury Outboard
Marine 3

2005 SAFEBoat