Rescue Pumper 904 
 

Chassis: 1993 Pierce

Body: 1993 Pierce rescue pumper

Pump: 1250 gpm mid ship

Tank: 750 gallon  

Preconnect: 3 1-3/4 x200’

Generator 13kw Diesel

Seating: 7 aripack seats 8 man cab

Lighting: 2 1000w 110v ac & 2 750w 12v dc

Cascade: 4 6000psi bottles

Extraction Tools

Hydraulics: PTO driven pump onboard w/ 3 preconnet tools on 100’ reels that can be run simultaneously & one portable wit 2 lines that run individually

110 power: 2 250’ reels w/ 4plex box 2 150’ reels w/ preconected sawsalls

Air: 150 reel Air tools & air bags

Cribbing: 4x4 Wedges 6X6 long 4X4  Stair step

 

 

This Truck was purchased by the city in November of 2008 and refurbished by fire department members. The refub of this truck included repainting the top half of the truck and restriping and decaling. This also included installing a cascade system for refilling airpacks on the fire scene. Next we installed a PTO driven hydraulic pump which powers our extraction tools giving us live hydraulics on 3 100’ reels connected to tools as soon as we get on scene. Also on this truck we added and moved shelving to lay out in a manner we could get all of our rescue, fire and EMS equipment on this truck. Lastly we installed a 13KV diesel powered generator to run our electric power tools including 2 preconnected sawzsalls as well as our lighting. By doing all of this in house we were able to save $1000s while having a truck that is built in the way we needed it to provide the best protection in all of its capacities.

 

This truck has many roles in our department the primary role is extraction and heavy rescue in ten communities in eastern Story and western Marshall Counties. On Mutual aid fire calls 904 is the first truck out with its 8 man cab and 7 airpack seats, it transports man power that can be ready to make entry as soon as we get there. 904 is also used in a support capacity on most of our calls filling air packs on scene providing lighting, tools and it is a 1250 gpm pumper. This is one of our most used trucks in the fleet.