City of Statesville (NC) Fire Department Sutphen SPH 100 Aerial

WHEEL BASE: 236”

TRAVEL HEIGHT: 11’ 6” 

TRAVEL LENGTH: 46’ 7”

CHASSIS    

  • Sutphen Monarch Heavy-Duty Custom Chassis, 62” Extended Cab with a 10” Raised Roof
  • Four-Door, Six-Person Cab
  • 10” Double Domex Frame Rails (110K PSI)
  • Front Axle and Suspension 23,000 lbs
  • Rear Axle and Suspension 52,000 lbs
  • Engine: Cummins X 12, 500-hp
  • Alternator: Leece Neville, 320-Amp
  • Transmission: Allison Gen 5, EVS 4000

PUMP

  • Hale Qmax 2,000-gpm Single-Stage Pump
  • Discharges: (2) 2 ½” Left; (1) 3” Right; (1) 2 ½” Right
  • Crosslays: (1) 2 ½”, 2 ½” Swivel & (2) 2” Crosslay with 1 ½” Swivel
  • 300-Gallon Water Tank

BODY

  • Sutphen Huck Bolted #304 Stainless Steel
  • Amdor Roll-Up Compartment Door
  • Over 283 cu. ft. of Total Compartment Space
  • Alco-Lite Ladder Compliment (115’: 14’, 16’, 16’, 24’ 2-Section, 35’ 2-Section & 10’ F)
  • SPH-3: Left 56” High/ Right 56” High

ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT

  • 12” Polished Stainless Steel Bumper Extension
  • Federal Q2B Siren, Grille Mount
  • Hannay Electric Cord Reel, 150’ (1)
  • 10-kW Harrison Generator
  • Brigade, Backeye 360 Camera System
  • Whelen Freedom IV 72” (12) LED Lightbar
  • Firetech 12-V LED Brow
  • FRC Spectra 12V LED Scene
  • FRC Spectra 240 LED Tele
  • FRC Spectra 900 12-V LED

MONITOR

  • Drive Side Monitor: Akron 3482 Stream Master2, Electric, 1,250-gpm w/ Akron 5177 Electric Nozzle
  • Officer Side Monitor: Akron 3483 Stream Master2, Manual 1,250-gpm

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    Topics

    The Statesville (NC) Fire Department recently took delivery of this Sutphen SPH 100 aerial built on a Sutphen Monarch custom chassis.

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