10/23/11 94 W, 1 I - + 5 - 6 Fayetteville's New Aerial Ladder


Found this photo on the Pierce Flickr page. Fayetteville's new aerial ladder, a 2011 Pierce Arrow XT 105-foot rear-mount with a 2000 (!) GPM pump and 500 gallon tank. (How common are 2000 GPM pumps in these parts, anyway?) Specs and drawings on this web page. Looking at the Fayetteville Fire Department's web site (www.bravethefire.com!), they have 16 stations and five truck companies (T1, T6, T7, T9, T11). One platform and the rest are straight sticks, as shown on the web site. Readers can advise of more updated information.
  





Wake Forest previous Ladder had a 2000GPM pump. It was specked with two 6” intakes on the passenger side pump panel for easy service test. Not sure but believe Rolesville Ladder has 2000 GPM pump
Rob Mitchell - 10/23/11 - 13:53

Cary L3, has one, but it was a demo before it belonged to the CFD, it was not speced for the department
shevais - 10/23/11 - 15:03

Fuquay and Garner’s ladders are both 2000 gpm.
911 - 10/23/11 - 16:07

Nice ladder Fayetteville! Butner Public Safety has a 2000gpm E-One HP75 ladder (nice truck in my opinion). Bay Leaf has a 1750gpm ALF pumper.
A.C. Rich - 10/23/11 - 20:12

Engine 4 is a 2000 gpm and engine 5 is 1750 gpm
50-210 - 10/24/11 - 21:22

Concord operates 9 Engines (8 with 2,000gpm pumps and 1 with 1,500) 3 Ladder Cos (1-75’ ladder with 2,000 gpm pump, 1-105’ ladder with 2,000 gpm pump, 1-100’ platform with 2,000 gpm pump and 2- reserve ladders 75’ with 2,000 gpm pumps)
Curtis Teague (Email) - 10/25/11 - 23:03

Kernersville Truck 41 is a 1990 Grumman Aerial Platform 102’ with 2,000 gpm pump.
Curtis Teague (Email) - 10/26/11 - 23:37



  
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