This heavy rescue delivered to the Woodlands Township (TX) Fire Department is built on a Pierce Velocity cab and chassis.
The Naperville (IL) Fire Department chose to have its new rear-mount aerial platform quint built by Pierce on a Velocity cab and chassis.
The new fire apparatus will replace aging trucks and will allow the Cottleville Fire Protection District to improve standardization with an entirely Pierce fleet.
This apparatus will be used to train industrial firefighters from across the world at the Brayton Fire Field in College Station, Texas.
The new fire apparatus is an essential upgrade to the department’s fleet, supporting the need for greater maneuverability, enhanced response times, and expanded service capabilities.
The new fire apparatus is built on a Pierce Velocity cab and chassis and features an Ascendant 107-foot aerial.
Indianapolis (IN) Fire Department heavy-duty rescue. Velocity cab and chassis; Detroit DD13 525-hp engine; and 25.5-foot walk-in rescue body.
Engine 1 began service with the Frisco (TX) Fire Department on February 20, 2019. The cab/chassis is a Pierce Velocity model with seating for five and two rear-facing overhead compartments.
The custom compartments throughout the apparatus allow for a large variety of equipment to be stored for different deployments.
Pierce Manufacturing and PACCAR have collaborated to make MX-13 big block engines exclusively available to the fire service on Pierce® Arrow XT™, Enforcer™, and Velocity® chassis.