Heavy Duty Rescues

 

Quito Fire Department

Quito, Ecuador

Model CRS0862

Specifications

Quito, the capital of Ecuador, sits along with western slopes of the Andes mountain range at 9,350-ft above sea level, the highest capital city in the world. As of 2014 it has a population of 2.7 million and growing. Some emergency services challenges include the active Pichincha volcano that looms over the western side of the city. Other challenges include a massive population center condensed into a 25 mile long by 5 mile wide area filled with traffic, industry, a newly completed international airport with freight terminals and rail heads. Their new Hackney heavy rescue is poised to stay very busy.

Features:
  • Hackney CRS0862, 21.5-ft heavy rescue body with rear staircase and roof storage
  • 25-kw PTO generator
  • Command Light CL609 light tower with (6) flood lamp heads
  • MagnaFire tripod flood lights (2)
  • MagnaFire upper side body flood lights (4)
  • 240VAC cord reels with 200-ft 10/4 cable (2)
  • SpaceSaver 2-bottle SCBA fill enclosure with 4-bank cascade control panel
  • 6000 psi DOT air storage cylinders (4)
  • Spare SCBA bottle storage tubes (10)
  • Speedi-Dry hopper in right rear wheelskirt panel
  • Flare storage compartment in right rear forward wheelskirt panel
  • Warn 16,500# winch in extended front bumper
  • Whelen M-series LED lighting package
  • Rearview color camera
  • Davis Weather station
  • LED traffic advisor light bars on rear body
  • V-MUX multiplexed electrical system with color graphics control panel, diagnostic display, and vehicle information library – all in Spanish
  • All labels in Spanish

CHASSIS
  • International 7600 chassis with four-door cab
  • Cummins ISM, 400-hp engine with Jacobs brake; Allison 4000EVS automatic 6-speed transmission
  • 16,000# front axle; 23,000# rear axle
  • Tilting steering wheel
  • 320-amp alternator; (3)1950 CCA total batteries 
  • Seats; driver and officer – 911 high-back air suspension; rear – 3-man bench
  • Air conditioning
  • Power and heated mirrors

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