Flagstaff, Arizona’s New Velocity® Pumper

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Engineer/Paramedic Tanner Callan shows us his department’s new fire engine

Pierce Manufacturing

Walk around Flagstaff Fire Department’s Velocity® Pumper with Engineer and Paramedic Tanner Callan. This will be the department’s first Velocity, providing a new cab layout and increased engine capacity.

For additional safety, they added back-up and side view cameras and an extended rear platform. The raised hose bed allows for extra compartmentation in the rear to store more equipment in the rollup compartments.

On the front of the apparatus, the department chose to have an individual light design instead of a lightbar for easy replacement.

CHASSIS
Chassis: 70” Velocity cab with 10” raised roof
Seating capacity: 6
Overall height: 10’6”
Overall length: 31’3.5”
GVW rating: 49,800 lb
Front axle: TAK-4® Independent Front Suspension, 22,800 lb
Rear axle: Meritor RS26-185, 27,000 lb
Engine: Cummins X15, 600 hp, 1850 torque
Electrical: Command Zone Advanced Electronics System

BODY
Material: Galvanneal
Shelving: Adjustable, up to 500 lb
Doors: Gortite Rollup
Pump: Waterous, 1500 gpm
Tank: 500 gallons
Foam system: Husky™ 3
Foam cell: 20 gallons

Job No: 34563
Dealership: Hughes Fire Equipment

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