This pumper is one of two Pierce pumpers recently delivered to the Hobart (IN) Fire Department.
The new fire apparatus will support the department’s efforts to standardize its fleet to allow personnel consistency in their response and service delivery.
Battalion Chief Eric Hauser of Cathedral City Fire Department is walking around the department's Pierce Quantum pumper.
Indianapolis Fire Department 110-foot Ascendant platform aerials (2). Enforcer cabs and chassis; and Detroit DD13 515-hp engines.
Harmony Township, New Harmony, IN, PUC pumper-tanker. Enforcer cab and chassis; Detroit DD13 525-hp engine; Pierce 1,500-gpm single-stage PUC pump; and UPF Poly 2,500-gallon water tank.
This engine features the Pierce Enforcer cab/chassis with seating for five and a forward-facing cabinet mounted on the left wall of the cab. The apparatus is constructed of standard aluminum with side roll and frontal impact protection.
Loudoun County (VA) Combined Fire and Rescue chose the Velocity cab and chassis for its new rescue to maximize storage space.
Lake Villa (IL) Fire Protection District 107-foot Ascendant aerial quint. Arrow XT cab and chassis; Detroit DD13 525-hp engine; and Waterous CMU 2,000-gpm pump.
This Southern Platte (MO) Fire Protection District's Velocity 100-footer features clean cab features.
Focusing on the clean cab concept, air packs will be mounted in a compartment outside of the cab. The department also went with seats that are easy to wipe down after responding to a call.