Amarillo (TX) Fire Department Ferrara Rear-Mount 107-Foot Ladder Truck
  • Inferno
BODY
  • Extruded Aluminum Body
AERIAL
  • 4-section rear mount aerial ladder; 107 vertical reach at 72 degrees
PUMP
  • Rear-Mount – Hale QMAX 1500 GPM
FOAM
  • FoamPro 2001, 20-gallon foam cell
TANK
  • 400-gallon

More information available at www.ferrarafire.com.

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    TYPE HD-107 Ladder CHASSIS Inferno BODY Extruded Aluminum Body AERIAL 4-section rear mount aerial ladder; 107 vertical reach at 72 degrees PUMP Rear-Mount – Hale QMAX 1500 GPM FOAM FoamPro 2001, 20-gallon foam cell TANK 400-gallon More information available at www.ferrarafire.com. Author See also  Endwell (NY) Fire Department Replaces Aerial with Sutphen SPH 100 Aerial […]

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