Ridgefield, Washington’s New Pierce Enforcer™ Pumper

This apparatus will be one of three across the stations to have more extrication equipment for increased preparedness.
(Pierce Manufacturing, YouTube)

Firefighter/EMT Kenny Bjur shows us his department’s
new fire engine

Pierce Manufacturing

Walk around Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue’s Enforcer™ Pumper with Firefighter and EMT Kenny Bjur. Moving toward a clean cab design, the department chose leather seats and designated compartments to keep gear outside of the cab. This apparatus will be one of three across the stations to have more extrication equipment for increased preparedness. This apparatus includes extensive lighting for the department when they are serving a dark area with little street lighting.

CHASSIS
Chassis: 60” Enforcer cab with 10” raised roof
Seating capacity: 6
Overall Height: 10’ 5”
Overall Length: 31’ 2”
GVW Rating: 46,800 lb
Front Axle: TAK-4® independent front suspension, 22,800 lb
Rear Axle: Meritor RS23-186, 24,000 lb
Engine: Cummins X12, 500 hp, 1695 torque
Electrical: Hard Wired

BODY
Material: Aluminum
Shelving: Adjustable, up to 500 lb
Doors: Lap
Pump: Waterous, 1500 gpm
Tank: 750 gallons
Safety: HAAS Alert Collision Mitigation

Job Number: 34950
Dealership: Hughes Fire Equipment, Inc.

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