The Clayton Fire Department has 4 Companies: 2 Engine Companies, 1 Maritime Company and 1 Ladder Company. There are 5 trucks and 2 boats and one utility bus in operation.
HISTORY OF OUR EQUIPMENT (Click link)
Engine Company #1- Engine 1 and Utility 1
Engine Company #2 - Engine 2 and Tanker 1
Ladder Company - Rescue 1 and Truck 1
Maritime Company - 1 Jet Drive Fire and Rescue Boat (Last Chance) and 1 17' Outboard (Slim Chance)
Description: 2013 Sutphen Custom Pumper 1250 GPM Pump
On Board: 1250 GPM Pump with 750 Gallons of Water, 5" Large Diameter Hose, 5 Air Packs, and Thermal Imaging Camera (TIC).
Description: 1992 E-One 1000 GPM with Foam
On Board: 4" Diameter Hose, On Board Lighting, 2 Air Packs
Description: 1999 E-One 2000 Gallon Tanker
On Board: 2000 Gallons of Water, Prepiped Foam System, Twin 2000 Gallon Drop Tanks, Large Diameter Hose, 2 Air Packs
Description: 2015 Sutphen SVI Heavy Rescue
On Board: Jaws of Life, Generator and Lighting System, High Pressure Air Bags, Cascade Air System, High Angle Rescue Equipment
Recently added: Universal elevator keys for elevator rescues
Description: 2015 Sutphen SPH100, 100 ft. Platform, 1250 GPM Pump
On Board: Large Diameter Hose, Generator, 7 Air Packs, Multiple Ground Ladders.
Description: 2017 Chevy Silverado HD Crew Cab
On Board: Fire Police/safety equipment, medical equipment including AED defibrillator, water pump, additional hose, misc technical tools.
Fire Boat 1. (Last Chance)
Description: 2003 MetalCraft 36' Aluminum Hull, Crew of 8, Top Speed of 37 knots (42.5 mph), Twin Cummins 8.3 liter diesels(450hp each), Twin Hamilton 322 jet drives, 1500 gpm Darley fire pump, 6.5 kw generator
On Board: GPS, Chart Plotter, Radar, Depth Sounder, Nautical Thermal Imaging System (FLIR), Marine, Fire, Law Enforcement & EMS Radios, Patient capacity of 4
Fire Boat 2. (Slim Chance)
Description: 1968 Crestliner, Outboard
On Board: 20 Horsepower Outboard Motor
2008, 24’ 1000 Islands Air Boats Inc. Powered by a 502 CI GM Engine.
It will be used primarily in the winter months to access waterfront and island incidents but can operate year round.