Satellite 1 arrived from Pierce MFG on March 3, 2017. Satellite 1 and Foam 1 can be paired to form Foam Task Force 1, which is a regional response team.
About this creation
Driver's side shows the large pump panel.
The high flow Williams Ambassador monitor is capable of flowing up to 5000 gallons of water/foam per minute.
The Snozzle is a specially designed boom to access hard to reach areas.
The Snozzle can reach up to 50 feet in the air.
The articulating section allows for low angle attack on the seat of the fire.
Satellite 1 and Foam 1 together!
Both are equipped with High Reach Extendable Turrets to provide additional elevated master streams during fire operations.
Digital rendering of Engine 501, a reserve engine company at Castle Beach. She is a 1998/2014 Seagrave Marauder. Inspired by Long Beach Fire Department Engine 1. Credits: Henry H., Ben M. Paulo R.
Digital render of Castle Beach Fire Department's new ambulances as a result of the previous contractor not renewing their ambulance contract. However, the transition is expected to be slow as paramedics are now being trained and recruited. The new ambulances will be 2017 Ford Super Duty chassis with a Wheeled Coach Box. Credits: James K. for the incredible Ford model.
Satellite 1 Technical Specs:
2017 Pierce Arrow XT
470 HP Detroit Diesel DD13 engine
TAK-4 independent front suspension
Husky 60 Industrial foam system
3000 gpm Hale 8FG Single Stage Pump
250 gal. Class A foam
250 gal. Class B foam
750 lbs. of Purple K
50 ft Snozzle
Rear-mounted 5000 gpm Williams Ambassador Monitor
400 cubic foot per minute air compressor
MM for the Snozzle
Paulo R. for the SNOT compartments