Lake Mills, WI Enforcerâ„¢ Pumper

Chief Todd Yandre gives a tour of this
new engine

(PierceMfg, YouTube)

Pierce Manufacturing – Take a walk around this Enforcer Pumper with both Chief Todd Yandre and Captain John Helt from the Lake Mills Fire Department. This apparatus is the second unit that was bought through the stock program for their department. Being pleased with the performance of their first rig, they went the same route with this purchase. This enables the department to speed up the turn-around time of the apparatus.

The department was looking for additional compartment storage, better scene lighting and additional safety features as this unit will be used a rescue engine. To serve the need of more overall space, the Enforcer cab gives firefighters more room and comfort. The rig allows for additional cabinet storage space including roll-out shelves, pegboard tool storage and SCBA storage located on both sides of the rig.

CHASSIS
Chassis: 70” Enforcerâ„¢ cab 10” raised roof
Seating capacity: 6
GVW rating: 46,500 lb
Front axle: TAK-4® Independent Front Suspension, 19,500 lb
Rear axle: Dana S26-190, 27,000 lb
Engine: Cummins L9, 450 hp, 1,250 torque
Safety: Side Roll and Frontal Impact Protection
Electrical: Hard Wired

BODY
Material: Aluminum
Shelving: Adjustable, up to 500 lb
Doors: Gortite Rollup
Pump: Waterous, 1,500 gpm
Tank: 1,000 gallons
Foam cell: 20 gallons

Job No: 33451
Dealership: Reliant Fire Apparatus

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