Riverton, Iowa Accepts Delivery of Toyne Pumper

BREDA, Iowa (November 2015) - The Riverton, Iowa Volunteer Fire Department has accepted delivery of a new Toyne Pumper built on a Freightliner M2 cab and chassis. The apparatus is powered by a Cummins ISL 350 hp engine and an Allison 3000EVS transmission. To fight fire, the pumper has a Hale QFlo 1,250 gpm pump with a UPF 1,250 gallon tank and a FoamPro 1600 foam system. Other equipment include Fire Research Corp. telescoping lights, a 1,500 gallon portable tank on a hydraulic rack, Innovative Controls tank level gauges, and an Akron Apollo monitor.

Nestled in the southwest corner of the state, Riverton Volunteer Fire and Rescue provides protection and ambulance services to the citizens of Riverton, Iowa as well as support for their surrounding communities. For more information on Riverton’s new pumper and other Toyne Tailored Apparatus, please visit Toyne.com.


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