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ACTRFS – Gungahlin 10 Tanker – Isuzu/Hall Metal (1998 build)

Service – ACT Rural Fire Service
Appliance type – Tanker (Heavy)
Fleet number –
Cab Chassis – Isuzu FTS 750
Body Builder – Hall Metal Fabrications
Registration – 207507
Build Date – 1998

Gungahlin 10 is a Heavy Tanker based on an Isuzu FTS750 cab chassis with bodywork by Hall Metal Fabrications.

This vehicle has since been replaced by a new Hino model in late 2011/early 2012. It was recently seen in Darwin, with the rear removed (also spotted) and operating as a tipper truck.

More photos of this tanker can be viewed in this gallery


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ACTRFS – Gungahlin 30 Medium Tanker – Isuzu/Alexander Perrie

Service – ACT Rural Fire Service
Appliance type – Tanker (medium)
Fleet number –
Cab Chassis – Isuzu NPS 300
Body Builder – Alexander Perrie
Build Date – June 2009
Registration – 213878

Gungahlin 30 is a medium tanker based on the NSW RFS Cat 7 design. It is part of a build by Alexadner Perrie built in 2009 on the Isuzu NP 300 cab chassis

All round photos of this tanker can be viewed in this gallery

Tanker from Gungahlin Brigade in the ACT Rural Fire Service


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ACTRFS – Gungahlin 11 CAFS Tanker – Isuzu/SPEL

Service – ACT Rural Fire Service
Appliance type – CAFS Tanker
Fleet number –
Cab Chassis – Isuzu FTS 750
Body Builder – SPEL (NZ)
Registration – 211496

Gungahlin 11C is a CAFS tanker – Compressed Air Foam System (CAFS) uses an air compressor along with foam induction to provide a more effective application of foam for firefighting. The foam produced from the system can be used to coat buildings, providing a protective barrier from radiant heat and ember attack due to bushfire as an example. CAFS is becoming more prevalent across Australia as agencies search for options to safeguard communities in the urban/bushland interface.

The tanker was built by SPEL in New Zealand on an Isuzu FTS 750 dual cab chassis.

All round photos of this tanker can be viewed in this gallery

CAFS Tanker from Gungahlin Brigade in the ACT Rural Fire Service

CAFS Tanker from Gungahlin Brigade in the ACT Rural Fire Service

CAFS Tanker from Gungahlin Brigade in the ACT Rural Fire Service


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