Chevron Phillips Company,  Baytown, TX, Sutphen Aerial

WHEEL BASE: 277 ½”

TRAVEL HEIGHT: 11’ – 7” 

TRAVEL LENGTH: 51’ 

CHASSIS

  • Sutphen Monarch Heavy-Duty Custom Chassis, 53” Extended Cab with a 10” Raised Roof
  • Four-Door, Four-Person Cab
  • 10” Double Domex Frame Rails (110K PSI)
  • Front Axle and Suspension 25,500 lbs
  • Rear Axle and Suspension 62,000 lbs
  • Engine: Cummins X 15, 600-hp
  • Alternator: Delco Remy, 420 AMP
  • Transmission: Allison Gen 5, EVS 4000

PUMP     

  • Waterous CRIU-2C21 4,000 GPM
  • Discharges: (3) 6” Passenger Side; (1) 2 ½” Passenger Side; (1) 2 ½” Driver Side
  • 800-Gallon Foam Tank
  • Foam System: Waterous Ultrafoam

BODY

  • Sutphen
  • Huck Bolted #304 Stainless Steel
  • Hinged Compartment Door
  • Over 183 cu. ft. of Total Compartment Space
  • SPI-3: Left High/ Right Intermed

ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT

  • 12” Polished Stainless Steel Bumper Extension
  • Federal Q2B Siren, Grille Mount
  • Hannay Electric Cord Reel, 150’ (1)
  • 6-kW Smart Power Generator
  • Camera System Brigade Backeye 360
  • Thermal Camera in Bucket
  • SCBA Bottle Compartments (7)
  • FRC ACT 3-Station Intercom System
  • FRC Spectra Brow Light
  • FRC Spectra Tele Lights
  • FRC 900 LED Scene Lights
  • Whelen Freedom IV 72” 12 Module LED Lightbar
  • Rigid Boom Tracking Light

MONITOR

  • Drive Side Monitor: TFT Monsoon 2,000-gpm w/ VUM
  • Officer Side Monitor: TFT Monsoon 2,000 gpm w/ VUM

 

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