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Jefferson City (MO) Fire Department replaced all of its front-line apparatus — three engines, two rescue-pumpers, an aerial ladder, and an aerial platform — with Rosenbauer rigs. (All photos by Larry Shapiro.)
The Jefferson City engines built by Rosenbauer have Waterous S-100 1,500-gpm pumps, 750-gallon water tanks, and 40-gallon foam tanks.
The rescue-pumpers have Waterous S-100 1,500-gpm pumps, 750-gallon water tanks, 40-gallon foam tanks, Smart Power System 10-kW hydraulic generators, and Command Light Knight series light towers.
The Jefferson City aerial platform built by Rosenbauer is a Cobra 101-foot model that has a Waterous S-100 pump, 500-gallon water tank, 40-gallon foam tank, and 210 feet of compartment space.
The jack spread on the Cobra aerial platform is 17 feet 2 inches.
The Viper 109-foot aerial ladder has a jack spread of 15 feet 6 inches.
The interior of the Commander cab is identical on all seven apparatus that Rosenbauer built for Jefferson City.
The pump panels on all the apparatus for Jefferson City have the same layout.