Langley, British Columbia’s New SVI Heavy Rescue

A 18' aluminum SVI body mounted on a 10" raised roof Spartan Metro Star chassis.
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A 18′ aluminum SVI body mounted on a 10″ raised roof Spartan Metro Star chassis

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Monty Armstrong, the Township of Langley Deputy Fire Chief, provides an in-depth walk-around of the department’s new SVI-built Heavy Rescue.

When spec’ing its new Heavy Rescue, the Township of Langley (BC) Fire Department chose a 18′ aluminum SVI body mounted on a 10″ raised roof Spartan Metro Star chassis, which houses a 400HP Cummins L9 engine. This rescue apparatus comes with two Command Light CL Series light towers, Onan Protec 30,000-watt PTO generator, Weldon V-MUX Vista IV Multiplex System, a portable Ramsey 9,000-lb. winch, OnScene Solutions heavy-duty cargo slides and much more.

For full specs, drawings and photos, visit http://bit.ly/langley-1145

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