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Equipment

Neenah-Menasha Fire Rescue depends upon a variety of equipment for our operations.  Click on the links below to view this equipment and find out more information.

Engine 31  |  Engine 32  |  Quint 32  |  Engine 35  |  Engine 36  |  Pumper 35  |  Marine 3

Engine 31

E31

Engine 31 (E31) is a 2005 Pierce Quantum engine/pumper. E31 is currently housed at Station 31 located at 1080 Breezewood Lane in the City of Neenah.  E31 holds 750 gallons of water and is capable of pumping 1,250 gallons of water per minute.  It also carries “Jaws of Life” rescue equipment and responds to rescue calls if this equipment is needed.  Its primary response area includes the City of Neenah’s south and west sides including Interstate 41 and the Neenah industrial park.

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 Engine 32

E32

Engine 32 (E32) is a 2008 Pierce Velocity Rescue Pumper.  E32 is currently housed at Station 32 located at 125 E. Columbian Avenue in the City of Neenah.  E32 holds 500 gallons of water and is capable of pumping 1,250 gallons of water per minute.  E32 also carries “Jaws of Life” heavy rescue equipment.  Its primary response area includes Neenah downtown and eastern portions of the city.  It serves as the heavy rescue for all areas in Neenah and Menasha including Interstate 41 and Hwy 441.

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 Quint 32

Quint 32 (Q32) is a 2014 Pierce Dash CF Custom chassis with a 105′ steel aerial ladder.  Q32 is currently housed at Station 32, which is located at 125 E. Columbian Avenue in the City of Neenah.

Quint 32 features a 1,500 gmp (gallons per minute) single stage pump.  It carries 500 gallons of water.  the aerial ladder has a 500 lb tip load rating and an Akron electric 1,250 gmp aerial nozzle.

Its primary response area is department wide including both Neenah and Menasha.

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Engine 35IMG_1055

Engine 35 (E35) is a 2015 Pierce Saber engine/pumper.  E35 is currently housed at Station 35 located at 430 First Street in the City of Menasha.  E35 holds 750 gallons of water and is capable of pumping 1,500 gallons of water per minute and has a Husky 3 foam system.  Primary response area covering the Menasha downtown and eastern side of the city.

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Engine 36E36

Engine 36 (E36) is a 1998 Pierce Quantum engine/pumper. E36 is currently housed at Station 36 located at 1108 Province Terrace in the City of Menasha.  E36 holds 750 gallons of water and is capable of pumping 1,250 gallons of water per minute.  E36 carries “Jaws of Life” rescue equipment and responds to any rescue calls if this equipment is needed.  It has a primary response area including Menasha’s east and north sides.  It also is a primary engine for responses into the City of Appleton through our automatic aid agreement.

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Pumper 35E35

Pumper 35 (P35) is a 1997 Pierce Saber engine/pumper.  P35 is our reserve engine and housed at Station 35 located at 430 First Street in the City of Menasha.  P35 holds 750 gallons of water and is capable of pumping 1,250 gallons of water per minute.  This engine (pumper) serves as a reserve unit and is put into service when other units are out for repairs, maintenance or training.

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Marine 3

M3Marine 3 is a Pro Line 2200 DC.  This boat is used during the summer months for all water rescue calls.  It was purchased and maintained by the Winnebago County Sheriff’s Department and is staffed and operated by NMFR personnel.  We respond to water rescue calls on the Northwest area of Lake Winnebago and also Little Lake Butte Des Morts.  It is also used as another vehicle for water rescue calls with Oshkosh Fire Department.

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