Gallery: Fire Truck Friday - Dec. 1, 2023

Dec. 1, 2023
This week's gallery showcases all things water - pumpers, tankers and rescue-style pumpers, including two top-mount pumpers.

Spartan ERV built this tanker for the Hampton Lakes Volunteer Fire Company in Southampton Township, NJ, on a Spartan Metro Star ERV chassis and the cab boasts a raised roof and full-height, barrier-style doors. The rescue-style body features a Zico swing-down Fol-Da-tank bracket, a 10-inch A.H. Stock rear swivel dump chute, a Hale QMAX200-23L single-stage pump, 3,000-gallon UPF Poly Tank III, and a top-mounted booster hose reel.

Sutphen built this pumper for the Pedernales Fire Department in Briar Cliff, TX, on a Monarch heavy-duty custom chassis with a front axle and suspension rated at 20,000 lbs. and the rear at 27,000 lbs. The body boasts 294 cu. ft. compartment space and carries a 1,500-gpm Waterous S101 pump, 1,000-gallon tank and a 24-inch formed steel channel bumper extension. Click here for more.

The Lower Bank Volunteer Fire Company in Washington Township, NJ, placed this Pierce pumper in service, built on an International chassis with a four-door cab. It has top-mount pump controls for a Waterous CSUC20C 1,500-gpm pump, a 1,000-gallon UPF Poly Tank III, a Husky3 foam system and 30-gallon F500 foam tank and the body features Gortite shutters, slide-out tool trays, and ladder and hard sleeve tunnels.

CustomFire worked with the Emily, MN, Fire Department to build this top-mounted, in-cab pumper mounted on a Peterbilt 548 chassis, powered by Paccar PX-9 360-hp engine. It has a 1,250-gpm Waterous PTO-driven pump, FoamPro 2001 Class A foam system, 1,250-gallon foam tank, 25-gallon foam tank, a Whelen warning light package and a Grover airhorn. Click here for more.

West Berlin Volunteer Fire Company in Berlin Township, NJ, added this pumper with a rescue-style body to their fleet, built on a Seagrave Marauder chassis and powered by a 450-hp Cummins L9 engine and Allison EVS3000 transmission. Fire suppression includes a two-stage Waterous 2,000-gpm CMU pump, Cummins Pump Boss, Harrison generator, rooftop storage, and a low-access rear hose bed.

 

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