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.
The Pelham Fire Department provides hazmat response for Shelby County, Alabama, in partnership with the Alabaster Fire Department, which handles decon.
Loudoun County (VA) Combined Fire and Rescue chose the Velocity cab and chassis for its new rescue to maximize storage space.
The Patchogue Fire Department received a new Pierce Ascendant aerial platform that is highly maneuverable, as far as driving in its village, and also has a simple setup and operation.
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.
This heavy rescue is built on a Pierce Velocity cab and chassis and is set up for structure fire support on the driver's side and vehicle extrication on the officer's side.
Colorado Springs recently unveiled five new fire apparatus: four pumpers and a new ladder truck.