Apparatus & Equipment

The Mastic Fire Department has a large fleet of apparatus and equipment. This fleet of diverse apparatus allows the department to respond effectively and efficiently to all types of incidents in our community. Our volunteers are highly trained and motivated individuals with years of experience, training, and love for helping within our community. Our department is committed to not only keep up to date with the latest changes in equipment and training, but also with the changes needed to use this equipment in the best way possible.

Engine 5-12-1

Engine 5-12-1

2008 Spartan Engine

  • Detroit Deisel
  • 2,000 Gallon per minute Hale Single Stage Pump
  • 1,000 Gallon on board water tank
  • 3″ & 5″ Supply Hose
  • On Board Harrison 10k generator with light tower
  • 1 3/4″ pre-connect hose lays, Bumper Line, on on rear hose bed
  • 2 1/2″ pre-connect on rear hose bedon rear hose bed
  • 8- 1 hour Scott SCBAs
  • Portable Foam Inductor
  • Remote control Deluge Gun
  • Portable Hurst tool, Multiple extraction tools, and hand tools
Engine 5-12-2

Engine 5-12-2

2004 Spartan Engine

  • Detroit Diesel
  • 2,000 Gallon per minute Hale Single Stage Pump
  • 950 Gallon on board water tank – 50 Gallon Foam Tank
  • 3″ and 5″ supply Hose
  • On board Harrison 10k Generator with Light Tower
  • 1 3/4″ pre-connect hose lays, Bumper Line, on on rear hose bed
  • 2 1/2″ pre-connect on rear hose bedon rear hose bed
  • Foam Induction System
  • 5 – 1 Hour Scott SCBAs
  • Portable Combo Hurst Tool
  • Multiple Types of Power Tools
Engine 5-12-3

Engine 5-12-3

2004 Spartan Engine

  • Detroit Diesel
  • 2,000 Gallon per minute Hale Single Stage Pump
  • 950 Gallon on board water tank – 50 Gallon Foam Tank
  • 3″ and 5″ supply Hose
  • On board Harrison 10k Generator with Light Tower
  • 1 3/4″ pre-connect hose lays, Bumper Line, on on rear hose bed
  • 2 1/2″ pre-connect on rear hose bedon rear hose bed
  • Foam Induction System
  • 5 – 1 Hour Scott SCBAs
  • Portable Combo Hurst Tool
  • Multiple Types of Power Tools
Engine 5-12-4

Engine 5-12-4

1997 Freightliner Engine

  • 1250 gallon per minute Waterous Pump
  • 1000 gallon on board water tank
  • 3″ and 5″ Supply Hose
  • On Board Generator with Light Tower
  • 2-1 3/4 Pre-connect hose line
  • 4 – 1 Hour Scott SCBAs
  • Foam Inductor
Mini Pumper 5-12-5

Mini Pumper 5-12-5

M.I.R.T. 5-12-8

M.I.R.T. 5-12-8

Heavy Rescue 5-12-10

Heavy Rescue 5-12-10

2012 Spartan Chassis/Marion Body

  • 8 Person Crew Cab
  • 60 gallon fuel tank
  • GPS with Voice Command
  • Back-Up Camera
  • on board extrication equipment
  • Portable saws and Power tools
  • Chocks & Cribbing
Fire Police 5-12-80

Fire Police 5-12-80

5-12-14

5-12-14

2002 Sutphen 100′ Aerial Tower

  • Caterpillar Diesel Engine
  • 2,000 gallon per minute Hale Pump
  • 400 gallon on board water tank
  • Various Saws For Roof operation
  • equipped for High Angle rescue
  • 100′ Turret mounted Sutphen Ladder
  • Multiple Portable Ground Ladders’
  • 5″ supply Line
5-12-26

5-12-26

Fire/Dive Rescue Boat

  • Built in 2005
  • 28 foot
  • Aluminum Construction
  • 550 Gallon Per Minute Fire Pump
  • Drop Down Divers Door
  • Side Scan Sonar
5-12-25

5-12-25

1952 High Water Rescue Vehicle

  • 2 1/2 TON Capacity
Unit 30

Unit 30

Unit 31

Unit 31

Ford Expedition

  • First Responder
5-12-9

5-12-9

Ford Pick up

  • Utility Vehicle
  • Tow Boats and Fire Prevention Trailer
5-12-6

5-12-6

Ford Passenger Vehicle

  • Personel Transport Vehicle
  • Used for fire Police duties as needed
5-12-7

5-12-7

Ford Passenger Vehicle

  • Personel Transport Vehicle
  • Used for fire Police duties as needed
5-12-12

5-12-12

Brush Truck

  • 2 1/2 converted G.I. Truck to a all terrain wood truck
  • 350 gallon Tank
  • 4 – on board hose line for mobile Firefighting
  • 1 – rear hose reel for ground firefighting
  • Chain saws
5-12-1A

5-12-1A

1936 Ward LaFrance Pumper

Restored in 1980 by the MFD Antique Committee