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Laona, WI

Laona Wisconsin Fire Department
Commercial Pumper

   This pumper for Laona, WI was built on an International 4400 series commercial chassis.  The pump operator’s control panel is located in a fully enclosed crew cab.  The crew cab has seating for three (3) firefighters with SCBA provision.  This enclosed water pump operation area contols a Waterous CSYBX 1250 GPM single stage pump.  Speed lays are plumbed and stored under the crew area, removable bench seat, for ease in repacking the speed lays.  The water tank has a capacity of 1000 gallons of water and 20 gallons of foam concentrate.  The pump is supplied with a Foam Pro 1600 foam proportioner.  The apparatus body is entirely constructed from aluminum and has high side compartments on the driver’s side only.  The ground ladders are stored above the passenger side low compartments and the suction hose is stored one (1) each side, under the tank “T” sections.  There are four (4) SCBA bottle compartments in the rear wheel wells, and there are eight (8) SCBA bottle brackets and straps in the front two (2) high side compartments.  The apparatus is equipped with Code 3 halogen warning lights and Federal siren & speaker.  This unit was finished off with stainless steel wheel simulators.

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For more information about this commercial pumper contact:
Custom Fab and Body
158 U.S. Hwy 45
Marion WI 54950
Phone: (715) 754-5316
Fax: (715) 754-2903

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