Engine-451: E-451 is a HME manufactured in 1997. The
750 gallons of water in the tank. The hose bed on
the top of the truck holds 1000 feet of 5-inch
supply line, as well as 300 feet of 3 inch. The cross-
lays hold 2 sections of 200 foot 1 ¾ inch attack
line, as well as a 2 ½ inch attack line. The engine is
equipped with rescue tools, as well as structural
Quint-451: Q451 is a Sutphen manufactured in 2010.
The Quint can seat 4 firefighters. It has a 475-
gallon tank for water and 25-gallon tank for foam,
and the hose bed under the ladder holds 1000
feet of 5 inch. The cross-lays hold two 200 foot 1
¾ inch attack lines, as well as a 200 foot 2 ½ inch
attack line. There is also 100 feet of 1 ½ inch line
on the front of the truck that is used as a trash
line. The quint has primarily structural firefighting
equipment, but also houses rescue tools.
Grass-451: G-451 is a Ford F-350 manufactured in 2000.
The grass truck can seat 2 firefighters. It has a
100-gallon water tank, as well as a wide array of
Tanker-451: T-451 is an International manufactured in 1998.
It has a 1500-gallon tank. This tanker is
mostly used for water supply in areas where
hydrants are not easily accessible.
Medic-451: M-451 is a Chevy/Horton that was
manufactured in 2021. Harlem Township took
delivery of it in 2022. It is currently the second
newest piece of equipment Harlem Township has.
It serves as the main medic unit, and is equipped
with ALS-life saving equipment.
Cheif-450: C-450 is a Chevy Tahoe that was
manufactured in 2015. It currently is used by the
chief of Harlem Township Division of Fire. The
Chief’s vehicle is used as a command vehicle at
Utility-451: U-451 is a Chevy Silverado 1500 that was
manufactured in 2022. This vehicle is currently the
newest vehicle in Harlem Township’s fleet. It is
used for various things, and can seat 5 firefighters.