The Air Unit is a 1995 Freightliner/New Lexington with seating for 5 firefighters. It is equipped with a 25 CFM Bauer air compressor with a cascade system consisting of (8) 6,000 psi cylinders. The unit has a 4 cylinder fill station in the rear, along with a 300 foot & 450 foot reel to establish a remote fill site. In all, the unit can potentially fill 7 cylinders at a time. In addition to the breathing air, The unit also is a mobile power station. It is equipped with a 45 KW PTO generator that powers 21,000 watts of lighting. That lighting consists of a 6,000 watt light tower, 3,000 watts of portable lighting and another 12,000 watts of lighting fixed to the body. The unit also carries 3 portable generators, 1 of which acts as a back up to operate either the lighting or compressor. The unit also carries a compliment of basic firefighting equipment including handtools, thermal imaging camera, 5 gas meter, and 6 SCBA. This unit was designated as Air 41 prior to the conversion of Swatara Fire-Rescue.