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Sparrowbush New York

Sparrowbush Fire District, Sparrowbush NY

     This Pumper/Tanker for Sparrowbush NY Fire District is built on a Spartan Gladiator cab powered by a Cummins ISX12 500HP engine and Allison transmission.  The pump is a Waterous CSU 1500GPM single stage pump.  The pump supplies multiple pre-connected discharges and 2-1/2” and LDH discharges along with an Akron Hi-Riser deck gun monitor at the top of the apparatus.  There is also a 6” front suction inlet to supply water to the pump.  The water tank is a 2500-gallon United Plastics Fabricating tank.  The rear of the tank is equipped with a Newton Stainless Steel electrically operated dump valve with a Newton swivel chute and a 4” fill valve with 5” storz elbow.  The body is an all extruded aluminum structure with Gortite aluminum roll up doors on the body compartments.  The ground ladders are stored at the passenger side of the body on a Ziamatic electric ladder rack.  At the driver side of the apparatus there is a Ziamatic electric folding tank bin.  The apparatus is equipped with a Harrison 15kw hydraulic generator to supply 120VAC power to any outlets, lights, light tower and cable reels.  There is a Command Light CL-611 6000-watt light tower and two (2) Fire Research 1000-watt Focus Tripod lights installed at the rear of the body.  The apparatus is equipped with an all Whelen Super LED warning light package.

For more information about this pumper/tanker, contact:
Custom Fab and Body
158 US Hwy 45
Marion WI 54950
Phone: (715) 754-5316
Fax: (715) 754-2903

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