A look at some of recent fire apparatus deliveries around the country.
SVI Trucks built this water supply unit for the West Metro Fire Protection District in Lakewood, CO, on a Freightliner 108SD four-door chassis. The 14-foot aluminum body carries 2,000 gallons of water and is outfitted with a Waterous CGVK 750-gpm pump, Zico Quic-Lift portable water tank lift system and a Hannay booster reel. Click here for more.
The Lookout Mountain, TN, Fire Department took delivery of this pumper built by HME-Ahrens Fox with a MFDxl-12 chassis. Built on 1871-W chassis and powered by a Cummins L9 engine and Allison 3000 EVS transmission, the pumper has a Hale Q-Max 1,500-gpm pump and 700-gallon tank. Click here for more.
Mason City, IA, Fire Department had Pierce built this Impel pumper with a focus on equipment storage and features a light tower and dual steps for easier access/egress from the cab. The rig has a 1,500-gpm PUC pump, 1,000-gallon water tank, Husky3 foam system with a 20-gallon foam cell. Click here for more.
The City of Sturgis, MI, Fire Department designed this 100-foot Cobra tower ladder by Rosenbauer built on a Commander chassis. The Rosenbauer EXT body features a 2,000-gpm Waterous CSCU20 pump and a 300-gallon water tank. Click here for more.
E-ONE built this 100-foot rear-mount aerial ladder for the Delhi Township Fire Department in Cincinnati, OH, on a Typhoon chassis powered by a Cummins 500-hp X12 engine. The Sidestacker has a 300-gallon water tank and 2,250-gallon Hale Q-Max single-stage pump. Click here for more.