New Pierce Impel® Pumper for Fayetteville, Arkansas

All hoselines off the back in Fayetteville.
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All hoselines off the back of Fayetteville’s fire engines

Pierce Manufacturing

Walk around Fayetteville Fire Department’s Impel® Pumper with Assistant Fire Chief Willie Watts. To maximize storage space throughout the apparatus, a hydraulic ladder rack holds all ground ladders. The Situational Awareness System by Fotokite allows for the incident commander to see real time picture when responding to structure fires, search and rescue calls, or hazmat situations. For additional safety this apparatus is also equipped with the HAAS Alert Collision Mitigation system, alerting nearby vehicles and emergency apparatus within the area when responding to a call. Due to the rugged terrain in Fayetteville, AR the stirrup steps on the cab provide easy access to the cab.

CHASSIS
Chassis: 70” Impel cab
Seating capacity: 5
Overall height: 9’ 7”
Overall length: 31’ 8.5”
GVW rating: 43,500 lb
Front axle: TAK-4® Independent Front Suspension, 19,500 lb
Rear axle: Meritor RS24-160, 24,000 lb
Engine: Cummins L9, 450 hp, 1250 torque
Electrical: Command Zone™ Advanced Electronics System

BODY
Material: Aluminum
Shelving: Adjustable, up to 500 lb
Doors: Lap
Pump: Waterous, 1500 gpm
Tank: 500 gallons
Safety: HAAS Alert Collision Mitigation

Job No: 35044
Dealership: Emergency Vehicle Specialists

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