Spartan Emergency Response Introduces the IPS-NXT

Spartan’s IPS-NXT offers first responders a powerful rescue-pumper combination with a compact design, making it a versatile vehicle. Its tight turn radius, short wheelbase, high horsepower, compact external cab dimension (available in a 94-inch cab), and maximum water flows provide a balanced and high performing platform for urban, suburban, or rural operations. The IPS-NXT provides departments with a multifunctional pumper without compromising high-flow pump capacity. 

Designed with a low-profile pump located behind the cab under the seating extension, the IPS-NXT offers added room and storage options in an already spacious cab. Its nonproprietary market-proven pump is available with PTO or split-shaft pump in single or two-stage operation with parts readily available, minimizing cost and maximizing options.

The IPS-NXT provides the capabilities of a large pumper with the versatility of a rescue unit, yet its smaller footprint makes it easier to maneuver in tight spaces. Its engine is a Cummins X12 with up to 600 hp; 500 hp in a narrow cab. The truck is also customizable to provide lower flows and alternate engine packages and other characteristics to tailor to the changing needs of the departments it will serve.

According to Wyatt Compton, fleet application engineer, the unit packages together a large pump, short wheelbase, and a low hosebed.

Options include:

  • Available on a narrow cab with high horsepower engine
  • Full-body pump with single and two-stage operation
  • Up to 2,250-gpm pump capacity
  • Cramp angles of up to 53°
  • Short and medium wheelbase configurations
  • Maximized compartment space
  • Simplified pump access for easy maintenance
  • Ergonomic controls and easy access to hose & equipment

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