1995 HME New Lexington Rescue Pumper
Four door enclosed cab New Lexington Body with seating for 8 with 7 SCBA seats. Powered by a Detroit Diesel 425HP and Allison automatic transmission. Darley 1750 GPM Pump with 750 gallon water tank and Akron Foam System that has 20 and 30 gallon foam tanks. Front bumper discharge, intake and bumper mounted winch. Four 1.75″ crosslays and 2.50″ crosslay above the pump panel and deck gun. Driver’s side pump panel has 5″ and 2.50″ intake and two 2.50″ discharge. Officers side pump panel has 5″ intake and 2.5″ & LDH discharges. The rear of the truck is equipped with 2.50″ discharge. The truck is equipped with a 17kW Stadco Diesel Generator along with WillBurt Light mounted on the cab roof and scene lights mounted on rear of cab. The truck is equipped with NFPA warning light and siren package. This truck is priced to @ $75,000.00 and will be available in the 3rd quarter of 2024.
HME was founded in 1913 as Hendrickson Motor Truck Company by Mangus Hendrickson. Hendrickson Motor Truck Company was purchased by The Boler Company in 1978 and later sold the truck manufacturing portion in 1985. After the Atonne Group, located in Wyoming, Michigan purchased the company in 1985, the company changed gears to specializing in the manufacture of custom fire truck cabs and chassis. HME’s fire apparatus carry the model name designations SilverFox and HME Ahrens-Fox.
New Lexington Fire Equipment Company Inc. was an American fire apparatus builder located in Rockwood, Pennsylvania. New Lexington was formed in 1992 and built pumpers, tankers, rescue and a few quints on commercial and custom chassis. The company closed in June 2006.