Howard County VFD

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Howard County VFD

Big Spring, TX | Delivery Information File

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Howard County [VFD] covers a fair amount of ground in Texas and in turn provides a lot of support to area communities. We’re grateful to be part of their process and to provide an apparatus to help support their efforts. 

– Mike Schwabe, President of Toyne, Inc.

About Howard County VFD

In 1909, Big Spring was the first city in the state of Texas to receive a motorized fire truck. That dedication to innovation continues today with the delivery of a Toyne Pumper Tanker/Tender to the Howard County VFD. 

Protecting the 34,000 residents of Big Spring and surrounding communities, the Howard County VFD (HCVFD) comprises 75 members across five stations. HCVFD provides various services including automobile extrication, emergency medical services, hazardous materials response, fire suppression, fire prevention education, rescue, and more.

HCVFD tasked Toyne, Inc., a fire apparatus manufacturer based out of Breda, Iowa, to build a pumper tanker/tender to fit their needs. Mounted on a bolted painted stainless steel body, the new apparatus is powered by a Freightliner 114SD SBA 2-door chassis, a Cummins ISL9 450 horsepower engine, and an Allison 3000 EVS transmission.

Additional features include

  • Waterous CSU 1,500 GPM Pump
  • Foam Pro 2002 Class B Foam System with 100 Gallon Tank
  • UPF 3,000 Gallon Tank
  • Zico Hydraulic Painted Porta-Tank Rack
  • Syntex 3000 Gallon Portable Tank
  • ROM Painted Roll Up Doors
  • Rear Slide-In Ladder and Pike Pole Storage
  • Roll-Out Storage Trays
  • Roll-Out and Swing-Out Tool Boards
  • Custom Rolled Hose Storage Rack
  • And more!

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