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Quint 1201

Quint 1201 is a Pierce 75-foot rear-mount Quint manufactured in Appleton, Wisconsin.

A 2008 model, Quint 1201 features a 1,500 gpm pump and carries 500 gallons of water in the booster tank. The cab includes seating for six firefighters with five SCBA seats.

As a Quint, this fire truck can operate as a standard engine or as an aerial. As a standard engine, the truck can pump 1,500 gpm. As an aerial, the truck can flow 1,000 gpm from the elevated nozzle. The configuration includes an intake on the rear that directly feeds the aerial from another water source, and the elevated waterway includes a 1-1/2” gated discharge at the tip.

The aerial nozzle is pinnable and can be set to the fly section or middle section. The nozzle discharge pattern and direction can be adjusted from a control station at the nozzle or from a control station at the base of the aerial.

Quint 1201 features one 3” and two 1-3/4” crosslays, along with an 1-1/2” trash line in the front bumper.

The fire truck features aluminum wheels, a hydraulic generator mounted in the dunnage area, painted roll-up doors, double SCBA cylinder storage compartments above the rear wheels and a storage compartment for a Stokes basket. Two quartz-halogen removable tripod lights are mounted behind the cab with two more such lights at the aerial tip. DC-powered spotlights are mounted at the aerial tip and base. Duplex electrical outlets are located on the front bumper, truck rear and aerial tip.

The aluminum ladder includes three sets of fold down steps, along with a pike pole, axe, and roof ladder mounted along its length. A variety of ground ladders are located in storage compartments accessed from the rear of the truck.

The distinctive mirrors are electrically controlled by the driver, and a camera system eliminates the blind spot immediately behind the fire truck.

Quint 1201 is powered by a 425 hp Cummins Diesel with an Allison automatic transmission and a Waterous pump.

Owned by the Town of Pine Mountain, this fire truck was funded through use of a 2006 Assistance to Firefighter’s Grant coupled with a substantial grant from Callaway Gardens.

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