Pierce Pumper Fire Apparatus with 65-Foot Snozzle

Squirt 13 is in service with the Levittown (PA) Company. The fire apparatus is a 2014 Pierce built on an Impel custom cab and chassis and featuring a 65-foot Snozzle. The cab featues a 10-inch raised roof. The body measures 152 inches and is aluminum. Inside, there is seating for six firefighters.

The truck features a Cummins ISL 450-hp engine, Allison EVS3000 automatic transmission, TAK-4 independent front suspension, 500-gallon water tank, and Hale Q-Max single-state 1,500-gpm pump. Other features include four 1¾-inch crosslays, six-inch front suction, booster reel, around-the-pump foam system, 50-gallon foam cell, 6-kW Harrison hydraulic generator, one electric cord reel, Whelen Pioneer 12-volt LED scene lights, and Whelen LED warning lights, hinged doors, and a Zico Quick Lift ladder rack.

The 65-foot Snozzle Hydra-Sword HS-1 water tower featurs radio remote control and a digital color camera/recording device at the tip.

Photo by Jessica Nichole Barnes.



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Pierce Arrow XT Engine

Fire Apparatus & Emergency Equipment Executive Editor Diane Rothschild caught Rutherford (NJ) Fire Department‘s Engine 4 responding to a call when she was at the department’s Ames Avenue station to film Training Minutes. The pumper is a 2005 Pierce Arrow XT with seating for eight, a 2,000-gpm pump, a 500-gallon booster tank, and a 50-gallon foam tank.


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