Fire and Emergency

Nowhere is it more critical to have the ultimate in reliability than in fire and emergency vehicles. That’s why more firefighting and EMS professionals depend on Cummins than any other diesel engine. We offer a complete range of diesel engines from 260 to 600 horsepower (194-447 kW) for everything from ambulances to pumpers. We also offer a full range of hydraulic generators, power take-off (PTO) generators and standby generators.

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Designed for the Fire Service.

Cummins has been powering the fire service since 1937. With the best power to weight ratio and strong auxiliary braking, departments get the best vehicle control.  Specific calibrations integrated with the fire pressure governor interface provide the best engine RPM or discharge pressure control for better pump control. We work to provide full integration with the fire pressure governor.

Better Reliability And Durability.

Cummins designs, develops and supports every component from fuel systems to exhaust aftertreatment as a totally integrated system. This allows us to optimize every function better than other engine manufacturers. We work closely with OEMS to make sure systems are integrated to the highest standards.

The proven Cummins Aftertreatment System uses Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) and Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology, all working together to maximize efficiency and lower emissions. NOx is reduced through cooled Exhaust Gas Recirculation in the engine, then virtually eliminated through a catalytic reaction in the aftertreatment system.

Better Performance.

At Cummins, we're never satisfied with the status quo.  The X15 engine is the most powerful engine in fire service with up to 605 hp and up to 2050 lb-ft of torque. The new X12 offers 600 pound weight savings giving greater flexibility in cab design in addition to longer maintenance intervals.  The L9 has been continuously improved over the last 30+ years including numerous enhancements of the turbo to increase transient response and components with increased heat tolerance.  New single module aftertreatment and DEF control result in fewer regenerations.

Better Technology.

For a more detailed look at how Cummins integrated technology optimizes performance and reliability while delivering near-zero emissions, please view this Cummins Aftertreatment System Overview for Fire Engines video.

 

For more information, download our full line of Fire Engines and Generators brochure and see what makes Cummins better where it counts. Every call.

Better Coverage.

In addition to comprehensive base warranty, Cummins offers a variety of extended coverage plans for up to 10 years/200,000 miles (321,869 km). For more information, please consult your Cummins representative or call us at 1-800-CUMMINS (1-800-286-6467).

The INLINE Mini quickly determines the cause of your fault lamp by providing fault code descriptions, along with your equipment and engine information. The Bluetooth-enabled vehicle adapter can exchange data wirelessly between the Engine Control Module and any Bluetooth-equipped tablet, directly to the Cummins Guidanz mobile app.

Better Customer Care.

Cummins-powered fire trucks and emergency vehicles are backed by the largest and most capable parts and service network in North America, with over 3,500 locations. Our authorized service technicians are fully trained on all of our engines and have the necessary equipment and Genuine Cummins Parts to promptly handle any type of service issue.

For in-house work, if your department’s technician has a question or needs additional assistance during a maintenance or repair event, they can call Cummins Care at 1-800-CUMMINS (1-800-286-6467) and get an answer from a Cummins representative.

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