A quick look at some of recent fire apparatus deliveries around the country.
Sutphen built this SPH 100 aerial platform on a Monarch heavy duty chassis for the Endwell, NY, Fire District with a 300-gallon water tank. Features include a 2,000-gpm Hale Q-Max pump, Firecom 5100D intercom system, Whelen emergency warning lights and Task Force Tips’ Monsoon remote control and manual monitors in the bucket. Click here for more.
The Foothills Fire Protection District in Evergreen, CO, took delivery of this rescue/pumper built on an HME-Ahrens Fox 1871-SFO chassis and a SFOSMFD cab. It is powered by a Cummins L9 engine and fire suppression comes from a Hale 1,500-gpm Q-Max pump and a 1,000-gallon tank. Click here for more.
SVI Trucks built this heavy rescue with a 22-foot aluminum body on a Spartan Gladiator chassis. The rig is equipped with a Warn M15000 electric winch, Hannay electric cable reel, Command Light CL series light tower, FireTech scene lighting and a fold-down step to access for storage. Click here for more.
This 2,000-gallon tanker was built by Midwest Fire on a Freightliner M2-106 Chassis for the Oak Grove Community Fire District in Bethpage, TN. The All-Poly construction body is equipped with a Darley LSP 1000 PTO pump, three stainless steel Newton quick dump chutes, a “tip-down” portable tank carrier for a 2,100-gallon portable tank, Whelen emergency warning and scene lights and On-Spot tire chains. Click here for more.
The Village of San Jon, NM, Fire Department took delivery of a 6×6 brush unit on a Freightliner 108SD with a 17-foot body built by Unruh. It has a crosswalk, 1,500-gallon tank, 25-gallon foam cell, Hale HPX200-KBD24 pump, and dual front bumper ditch sweep nozzles, and a custom built spare tire dropdown cage. Click here for more.