Apparatus Deliveries: July 2020

St. John’s Regional Fire Department

The City of St. John’s/St. John’s Regional Fire Department (Newfoundland, Canada) operates this SUTPHEN platform quint.

Features/Equipment:
  • Model TSAL4K chassis with a 62-foot length and a 10-inch raised-roof cab;
  • CUMMINS L9 450-hp diesel engine;
  • HALE Qmax 1,500 (U.S.)-gpm single-stage pump;
  • UPF 500 (U.S.)-gallon water and 30 (U.S.)-gallon foam tanks;
  • FOAM PRO 2002 system;
  • Model SP-70 platform with two TFT Monsoon electric monitors;
  • ROM roll-up compartment doors; and
  • WHELEN scene lighting.

Lake Cowichan Fire Department

The Lake Cowichan Fire Department, British Columbia, Canada, operates this rescue pumper built by FORT GARRY FIRE TRUCKS.

Features/Equipment:
  • Spartan Metro Star chassis with a 10-inch raised-roof cab and an EMS cabinet;
  • CUMMINS L9 450-hp diesel engine;
  • MXV model aluminum body;
  • WATEROUS CSU and CAFS 200P systems;
  • 1,500-Imperial-gpm pump with top-mount panel;
  • 1,000-Imperial-gallon water tank;
  • FOAM PRO 2002;
  • ELKHART EXM Cobra monitor;
  • ZICO ladder rack;
  • ONSPOT tire chains; and
  • WHELEN scene lighting.

South Ogden (UT) Fire Department

The South Ogden (UT) Fire Department placed in service this PIERCE patient transport pumper.

Features/Equipment:
  • VELOCITY chassis with a Detroit DD13 525-hp engine and a two-seat cab with a three-seat patient module.
  • WATEROUS CSU 1,500-gpm pump;
  • UPF 500-gallon water tank.
  • HARRISON eight-kw generator;
  • WHELEN scene lighting;
  • NORCOLD refrigerator; and
  • the separate patient module has a separate HVAC system, built-in gurney lift (with floor fastening system) for patient entry and egress and numerous storage compartments, piped oxygen, and suction systems.

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