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2009 Sutphen Pumper
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General Specs

  • Stock#: 10498
  • 2009
  • Sutphen
  • Shield Sutphen Chassis
  • Custom
  • Width: 9'1"
  • Length: 30' 9"
  • Truck Height: 10' 10"
  • Wheelbase: 172"
  • GVWR: 40,000
  • Seating for 5; 4 SCBA seats
  • Mileage: 82,879
  • Engine Hours: 7,989
  • Cummins ISL 425 HP Diesel Engine
  • Engine Brake
  • Allison EVS3000 Automatic Transmission
  • Additional equipment not included with purchase unless otherwise listed.

Pump - Tank

  • Waterous CSU 1500 GPM Side-Mount Pump
  • 500 Gallon Polypropylene Tank
  • 30 Gallon Foam Cell
  • Foam System
  • Driver's Side Discharges: (2) 2 1/2"
  • Front Discharges: (1) 1 3/4"
  • Crosslays/Speedlays: Crosslays: (2) 1 3/4"
  • Officer's Side Discharge: (1) 2 1/2", (1) 4"
  • Rear Discharges: (2) 2 1/2"
  • Driver's Side Suction: (1) 6", (1) 2 1/2"
  • Officer's Side Suction: (1) 6", (1) 2 1/2"
  • Piped for Deck Gun

Electrical - Lighting

  • Electric Reel
  • Smartpower Generator
  • Telescoping Lights: (2)
  • LED Lighting
  • Arrowstick Traffic Indicator

Options

  • Air Conditioning
  • Automatic Tire Chains
  • Aluminum Hose Bed Cover
  • Hydraulic Ladder Rack
  • Federal Q Siren

Apparatus Information

  • Sutphen began in 1890 as a dream of C.H. Sutphen. His son, Harry, took an interest in the business and carried it on until his death. Harry's two sons, Thomas and Robert, joined the business after World War II. They gained experience and job responsibility over the years, with Robert becoming Chairman of the Board and Thomas, President of the Company. Sutphen has over 120 years of operation; making it the oldest continuously owned and operated fire apparatus manufacturers in the country. Never reorganized, owned and operated by anyone other than a Sutphen, family atmosphere is apparent.
    http://www.sutphen.com/Page/History
  • With an on-board foam system, your fire fighting will use the water more efficiently. Adding foam to a fire can help reduce the total water needed to extinguish the fire, and reduce the damage that can be caused to property by excess water usage on a fire scene.