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Natchitoches (LA) Fire Department Ferrara Commercial Pumper

Type Commercial Pumper   Chassis Freightliner   Body Extruded Aluminum Body   Pump Side-mount 1,500-gpm Waterous CSU Pump   Foam Foam Pro 2002, 200-gallon tank   Tank 750-gallon water tank   More information: https://www.ferrarafire.com/trucks/6487/

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Gallery: 2018 Ferrara Cinder Pumper

Photos and description by Lindsay Dye Engine 1 began service on March 16, 2018, with the Lowry Crossing (TX) Volunteer Fire Department. The rig is built on a Ferrara Cinder cab and chassis with an 8-inch raised roof. Seating for ...

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Top 5 Posts from “The Rig” in 2018

Enjoy looking back on the top five posts of 2018 from “The Rig.”   Miami-Dade (FL) Fire Rescue Department Taking Delivery of Six Clean Cab Concept Rescue-Pumpers The Rig: It’s the Little Things Gallery: Rigs on the Show Floor at ...

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Amarillo (TX) Fire Department Ferrara Rear-Mount 107-Foot Ladder Truck

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 ...

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New Orleans PD Rolls Out Rig Built by Ferrara Fire Apparatus

In a time where peaceful gatherings can quickly turn into unruly demonstrations, having the ability to quickly adjust to any dynamic situation is paramount in keeping civilians and law enforcement teams safe. The New Orleans (LA) Police Department get that and have taken necessary precautions with their new Special Operations Unit.

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Detroit (MI) Fire Department Ferrara Cinder 1,500/500 Pumpers

Photographer Steve Redick was recently in Detroit, Michigan, and was able to work in a photo shoot of the Detroit (MI) Fire Department‘s new pumpers. The rigs are part of an order the department placed with Ferrara Fire Apparatus. The new pumpers are built on Cinder cabs and chassis and feature 500-gallon tanks, modular bodies, and 1,500-gpm pumps.

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