Wednesday, July 17, 2019
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Bulldog Fire & Emergency Apparatus carries the full line of KME Elliptical tankers. These fire trucks range from the simple water hauler with no pump, to the fully loaded tanker tank with pump, preconnects and hose storage areas. As with all of KME's units, the tanks and apparatus used are designed to meet and exceed NFPA 1901 requirements. The manufacturer's top priority is keeping firefighters safe on the job and arming them with the apparatus response to the best of their ability. KME Elliptical tanks ensure safe operations whether driving the unit full, partially full, or empty of water. The tanks used are designed to provide rapid filling and dumping of water for fast response.

Specifications for KME's Elliptical Tanker Fire Truck


  • LE Series, one compartment forward body, each side
  • LX Series, compartments provided both forward and rearward of the axle
  • Legacy series


  • Commercial and custom chassis available
  • NFPA compliant apparatus
  • Multiple pump configurations and options
  • Lifetime tank warranties
  • Hinged or roll-up door configuration
  • Poly or fiberglass water tanks
  • Unsurpassed tank dump and fill options

Broad Range of Tanks

KME provides a wide variety of tank options for your new Elliptical tanker. Stainless steel tanks are available in a single wall brushed, painted, or double wall mirror finish. Poly tanks come in bare, painted or mirror wrapped finishes. Fiberglass tanks come in color injected, painted or mirror wrapped. On a tandem axle apparatus, you can outfit your unit with a tank up to +4000 gallons. For a single axle unit, up to 2300 gallon tanks are available.

Ample Storage

KME Elliptical tankers offer exceptional storage with unrivaled compartment options. Bodies are custom engineered and fabricated in galvannealed steel, 3/16" aluminum, stainless steel and treadplate. External, enclosed and through-tank options are available for suction hose, ladders and pike poles.

Reliable Delivery

KME offers the widest range of dump options to aid your fire service in unique water supply and water movement challenges. Pumps are available in manual, electric and pneumatic controls. Pumps can be positioned forward of the axle, behind the axle, between the axles on tandems, as a rear tank or as a rear triple dump.

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