Delivery: El Segundo, CA, Industrial Aerial Platform

April 26, 2024
The Chevron Fire Department worked with Sutphen to build this 112-foot aerial platform with a 3,500-gpm pump.

The Chevron Fire Department in El Segundo, CA, placed this Sutphen industrial 112-foot aerial platform in service. 

It is built on a Sutphen Monarch heavy-duty chassis with a 56-inch extended cab with an overall length of 48' 7" and a 277.5" wheelbase.

The rig is powered by a 500-hp Cummins X12 engine with an Allison Gen EVS4000 transmission.

Fire suppression includes a 3,500-gpm Waterous CRU-2C21 pump, a 300-gallon water tank. Discharges include three 6-inch, a 3-inch and two 2.5-inch, plus two 2-inch crosslay discharges. The platform is outfitted with two TFT electric Monsoon and master stream nozzles.

The body, featuring Huckbolt #304 stainless-steel, has over 225 cu. ft. of compartment space and hinged compartment doors.

Lighting includes a Whelen Freedom IV 72-inch light bar, 12V FR Spectra brow light, Rigid D2 aerial spotlights, Whelen 600 warning light and 240V FR Spectra Tele Light

Other options include a Smart Power, 10kw generator, a 12-inch formed steel channel bumper extension, a Federal Q2B siren, FireCom 5100D, a 150-foot Hannay electric cord reel and a Brigade  Backeye 360 camera system.


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