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Appliances Fire & Rescue NSW Isuzu Medium Pumper New South Wales Pumper SEM (Skilled)

Fire & Rescue NSW – ME487 – Isuzu Pumper by Skilled (SEM)

Service – NSW Fire & Rescue
Appliance type – Rescue Pumper
Fleet number – ME487
Cab Chassis – Isuzu
Body Builder – Skilled (SEM)
Registration – BC37RL

Served at 399 Narrabri

Built by Skilled Engineering (now SEM Fire & Rescue) in July 2002

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FRNSW P399 Narrabri (ME487)

FRNSW P399 Narrabri (ME487)


WA Fire & Rescue – MP60 – Acco 2350 Medium Pumper

Service – Fire & Rescue Service of WA
Appliance type – Medium Pumper
Fleet number – MP60
Cab Chassis – International ACCO 2350
Body Builder – South West Fire Units
Registration – 1ALI099

This pumper was part of a build of 6 on ACCO 2350 cab chassis. Most were originally setup as a standard Medium Pumper and later modified to become a Medium Pumper Heavy Rescue for use at major regional stations. The addition of a bullbar and updated signage are key visual signs of the rebuild. This appliance appears to have the midlife rebuild complete without the upgrade to Heavy Rescue

By 2015, this appliance had been replaced at Karratha by a Scania

Photographed in 2013, thanks Matt
Dept Fire & Emergency Services - Karratha


WA Fire & Rescue – UP05HR – Scania Urban Pumper Heavy Rescue

Service – Fire & Rescue Service of WA
Appliance type – Urban Pumper
Fleet number – UP05
Cab Chassis – Scania P310
Body Builder –
Registration – 1QBP374

This Urban Pumper replaced an Acco 2350 based Medium Pumper at Bunbury station.

DFES states: “UP Series appliance design is a continuous improvement upgrade to the Heavy Pump appliance series first commissioned in 2008.
The UP series development process incorporates the commissioning by Fleet and Equipment Services of FESA generated drawings and specifications, proto type manufacture under direction, and full scale manufacturing. This process was adapted in recognition of the variations experienced across the preceding MP and HP series where the contracted manufacturer directed the appliance build process. The process provides for standardisation across the series irrespective of manufacturers (provided capability has been demonstrated) and has resulted in reduced delivery timelines.”

FRSWA UP05HR Photo Gallery


WA Fire & Rescue – UP07 – Scania Urban Pumper

Service – Fire & Rescue Service of WA
Appliance type – Urban Pumper
Fleet number – UP07
Cab Chassis – Scania P310
Body Builder –
Registration – 1QBP394

This Urban Pumper replaced an Acco 2350 based Medium Pumper at Kalgoorlie-Boulder station.

DFES states: “UP Series appliance design is a continuous improvement upgrade to the Heavy Pump appliance series first commissioned in 2008.
The UP series development process incorporates the commissioning by Fleet and Equipment Services of FESA generated drawings and specifications, proto type manufacture under direction, and full scale manufacturing. This process was adapted in recognition of the variations experienced across the preceding MP and HP series where the contracted manufacturer directed the appliance build process. The process provides for standardisation across the series irrespective of manufacturers (provided capability has been demonstrated) and has resulted in reduced delivery timelines.”

Thanks to Matt for these photos.
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WA Fire & Rescue – MP(HR)61 – Acco 2350 Medium Pumper Heavy Rescue

Service – Fire & Rescue Service of WA
Appliance type – Medium Pumper
Fleet number – MP61
Cab Chassis – International ACCO 2350
Body Builder – South West Fire Units
Registration – 1QAJ503

This pumper was part of a build of 6 on ACCO 2350 cab chassis. It was originally setup as a standard Medium Pumper and then after a midlife rebuild was modified to become a Medium Pumper Heavy Rescue for use at major regional stations. The addition of a bullbar and updated signage are key visual signs of the rebuild.

Photographed in 2004 at Daglish Fire Station – in MP configuration

Photographed at the training academy at Forrestfield in 2012

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ACT Fire Rescue Appliances Australian Capital Territory Australian Fire Company Scania

ACTFR – Pumper 3 – Scania/AFC ’90s Build

Service – ACT Fire Rescue
Appliance type – Pumper
Fleet number –
Cab Chassis – Scania 93M 250
Body Builder – Australia Fire Co.
Registration – 207106

This Pumper was built by Australia Fire Co in SA in the early 1990s. It was replaced at Woden Valley Fire Station by a 2010 Varley Build Scania.

More photos of all around the vehicle in this album
http://photos.liveitseeit.com/FireGear/ACT-Fire-Service/ACTFR-Pumper-3/

Scania 93M Pumper at Philip Foire Station


Appliances Fire & Rescue NSW New South Wales Varley

Fire & Rescue NSW – ME856 – Varley Commander – Pumper

Service – Fire & Rescue NSW
Appliance type – Pumper
Fleet number – ME856
Cab Chassis – Varley Commander
Body Builder – Varley
Registration – BC38RU

Served at 52 Campsie

Nov 2010


Appliances MFB Melbourne Mills Tui Scania Victoria

MFB Melbourne – Car 012 – Scania Mk5 Pumper

Service – MFB Melbourne
Appliance Type – Mark 5 Pumper
Fleet Number – Car 12
Cab Chassis – Scania 94G 300
Body Builder – Mills Tui
Registration – MBB332
Commissioned – 2003

Car 12 is a ‘Mark 5 Pumper’ built by Mills Tui in 2003.
It’s been used as a training appliance, spent about 4 years at FS1 and is now in the reserve pool.

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Appliances MFB Melbourne Mills Tui Scania Victoria

MFB Melbourne – Car 003 – Scania Mk5 Pumper

Service – MFB Melbourne
Appliance Type – Mark 5 Pumper
Fleet Number – Car 3
Cab Chassis – Scania 94G 300
Body Builder – Mills Tui
Registration – MBB349
Commissioned – 2003

Car 3 is a ‘Mark 5 Pumper’ built by Mills Tui in 2002.
It’s spent most of its life as Pumper 12 and more recently a Reserve Pool appliance.

This vehicle is signed with a dedication to L Lavelle, Chief Fire Officer 1982-1988


Appliances MFB Melbourne Mills Tui Scania Victoria

MFB Melbourne – Car 015 – Scania Mk5 Pumper

Service – MFB Melbourne
Appliance Type – Mark 5 Pumper
Fleet Number – Car 15
Cab Chassis – Scania 94G 300
Body Builder – Mills Tui
Registration – MBM451
Commissioned – 2005

Car 15 is a ‘Mark 5 Pumper’ built by Mills Tui in 2004/05
It has served with the Training Department, 35 Windsor and is currently in the reserve pool.


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