Silver Lake fire department pumper 931 is the department's
first out engine on all calls except for grass fires. Engine
931 hauls 1000 gallons of water and can pump 1000 gallons
per minute. 931 was custom built by General.
Pumper 933 responds to residential. She has a tank capacity of 500 gallons
and can pump 1500 gallons per minute.
Tanker 932 hauls 2000 gallons of water
and is our first-out tanker on all rural fire calls.
935, our newest rescue truck, is built
by Pierce and was delivered in July of 2002. Equipped with
a Hurst Tool (Jaws of Life) and spare air tanks, 935 responds
to all calls.
938 "Gamma Goat", Purchased
from the DNR, this unit is very unique for its ability to
go anywhere with its full wheel drive articulated body.
It carries 450 gallons of water and a small pump unit that
is used primarily for getting into the swamps and un-developed
areas. This unit is fully equipped with emergency lights,
comunications and carries two fire fighters.