ENGINE 1

Norwich Engine 1
2005 Diesel Engine HME “First Due” Rescue/Pumper with a 1500 GPM pump and 1,000 gallons of water, 35 gallons of Class A foam and 25 gallons of Class B foam, 2,000 of 4″ hose, 800′ of 2 1/2″ hose, 200′ of 2″ hose, 800′ of 1 3/4″ hose, 24′ extension ladder, 14′ roof ladder, 10′ attic ladder, folding ladder, 2 – 14′ 6″ hard suctions, thermal imaging camera, multi-gas meter, generator, lighting equipment, 4-SCBA with 8 extra air bottles, firefighting equipment, vehicle extrication equipment, 2-backboards and EMT supplies and has seating for 5 firefighters.

ENGINE 2

Norwich Engine 2
2000 Diesel Engine Freightliner Pumper with a 1500 GPM pump and carries 1,000 gallons of water, 35 gallons of Class A foam and 25 gallons of Class B foam, 2,000 of 4″ hose, 800′ of 2 1/2″ hose, 200′ of 2″ hose, 800′ of 1 3/4″ hose, 35′ three section extension ladder, 16′ roof ladder, 10′ attic ladder, 3- 10′ 6″ hard suctions, thermal imaging camera, multi-gas meter, generator, lighting equipment, 4-SCBA with 4 extra air bottles, 500 GPM portable pump and firefighting equipment and has seating for 5 firefighters.

TANKER 1

Norwich Tanker 1
2002 Diesel Engine Freightliner tanker that carries 2,000 gallons of water, has a 500 GPM pump, 700′ of 4″ hose, 200′ of 2 1/2″ hose, 400′ of 1 3/4″ hose, 2 SCBA and a 350 GPM portable pump and has seating for 3 firefighters.

Utility 1

Norwich Utility 1
2019 four-wheel drive Ford F550. It has a forestry skid unit with a high-pressure low volume gasoline powered pump, 300 gallons of water, 12 gallons of Class A foam, 1,000′ of 1″ forestry hose, 200′ of 1 1/2″ hose, 200′ of 2 1/2″ hose, 10,000 lbs. WARN winch, 5 gallon back pumps, chainsaw and forestry tools.

LADDER 1

1991 Spartan LTI Quint. 1750 GPM Pump, 300 gallon tank, and 75 foot aerial, ground ladders, 6 KW generator, and piped ladder pipe. Dual aerial ladder controls to operate the aerial from the turntable or pump panel. Ladder 1 was purchased used in 2010.

CAR 1

Norwich Car 1
2013 Ford Interceptor SUV. Command vehicle for the Fire Chief. Equipped for emergency medical responses with basic life support equipment and an automatic external defibrillator.