Delivery: Harvard, MA, Aerial Platform

May 15, 2024
The 100-foot mid-mount aerial platform was built by Sutphen for the Harvard Fire Department.

Sutphen built this SPH 100 mid-mount, 100-foot aerial platform for the Harvard Fire Department. 

The rig, with a 236-inch wheelbase, has a six-person, 62-inch cab with a raised roof. It is powered by a 525-hp Cummins X12 engine and Allison Gen 5 EVS4500 transmission.

Fire suppression includes a 2,000-gpm single-stage Waterous pump, a 500-gallon water tank and 20-gallon foam tank, with five discharges and three crosslays.

The stainless-steel SPH3 body has more than 280 cu ft. total compartment space and includes both hinged and roll-up compartment doors. 

Features includes a FRC, Act 3-Station intercom system, 150-foot Hannay electric cord reel, 8kw Smart Power generator, Brigade Backeye 360 rear-view camera, Whelen Freedom IV 72-inch WeCanx Light Bar and 12V Whelen Pioneer Brow Light.

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