Edmonton Fire Department Heavy Rescue Build Specification

Edmonton Fire Department Heavy Rescue Build Specification

Edmonton Fire Department

Heavy Rescue

Build Specification

INTERNET IN-PROCESS SITE ............................................................................................................................................ 11

VEHICLE STABILITY SUPPLIED WITH CAB/CHASSIS ..................................................................................................... 11

WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION ..................................................................................................................................................... 11

LOAD DISTRIBUTION .......................................................................................................................................................... 11

ROADABILITY....................................................................................................................................................................... 11

SERVICEABILITY ................................................................................................................................................................. 12

CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTATION ................................................................................................................................ 12

OPERATIONS AND SERVICE DOCUMENTATION ............................................................................................................ 13

NFPA REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION FORMAT - CD-ROM ............................................................................................. 14

STATEMENTOF EXCEPTIONS ........................................................................................................................................... 14

CARRYING CAPACITY ........................................................................................................................................................ 15

TESTING ............................................................................................................................................................................... 16

ROAD TEST .......................................................................................................................................................................... 16

LOW VOLTAGE - ELECTRICAL SYSTEM PERFORMANCE TEST ................................................................................... 16

TEST SEQUENCE ................................................................................................................................................................ 16

1. RESERVE CAPACITY TEST ........................................................................................................................................... 16

2. ALTERNATOR PERFORMANCE TEST .......................................................................................................................... 17

TEST AT IDLE....................................................................................................................................................................... 17

TEST AT FULL LOAD ........................................................................................................................................................... 17

3. LOW VOLTAGE ALARM TEST ....................................................................................................................................... 17

LOW VOLTAGE - ELECTRICAL SYSTEM PERFORMANCE TEST ................................................................................... 17

DOCUMENTATION .............................................................................................................................................................. 17

UL 120/240 VAC CERTIFICATION ...................................................................................................................................... 18

DOCUMENTATION .............................................................................................................................................................. 18

DIELECTRIC VOLTAGE WITHSTAND TEST ...................................................................................................................... 19

WARRANTY .......................................................................................................................................................................... 19

GENERAL LIMITED WARRANTY - ONE (1) YEAR ............................................................................................................. 19

LOW VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL WARRANTY - FIVE (5) YEARS ......................................................................................... 19

STRUCTURAL WARRANTY - TEN (10) YEARS ................................................................................................................. 19

PAINT LIMITED WARRANTY - TEN (10) YEARS ................................................................................................................ 20

CONSTRUCTION PERIOD .................................................................................................................................................. 20

OVERALL HEIGHT ............................................................................................................................................................... 20

OVERALL LENGTH .............................................................................................................................................................. 20

INSPECTION TRIPS ............................................................................................................................................................. 20

DELIVERY AND DEMONSTRATION ................................................................................................................................... 20

ALBERTA CSA INSPECTION .............................................................................................................................................. 20

MODEL .................................................................................................................................................................................. 21

MODEL YEAR ....................................................................................................................................................................... 21

COUNTRY OF SERVICE ...................................................................................................................................................... 21

APPARATUS TYPE .............................................................................................................................................................. 21

VEHICLE TYPE..................................................................................................................................................................... 21

AXLE CONFIGURATION ...................................................................................................................................................... 21

GROSS AXLE WEIGHT RATINGS FRONT ......................................................................................................................... 21

GROSS AXLE WEIGHT RATINGS REAR ........................................................................................................................... 21

CAB STYLE........................................................................................................................................................................... 22

CAB FRONT FASCIA ........................................................................................................................................................... 23

FRONT GRILLE .................................................................................................................................................................... 23

CAB PAINT EXTERIOR ........................................................................................................................................................ 23

CAB PAINT MANUFACTURER ............................................................................................................................................ 24

CAB PAINT PRIMARY/LOWER COLOR .............................................................................................................................. 24

CAB PAINT WARRANTY ...................................................................................................................................................... 24

CAB ENGINE TUNNEL ......................................................................................................................................................... 24

CAB ENTRY DOORS ........................................................................................................................................................... 24

CAB ENTRY DOOR TYPE ................................................................................................................................................... 25

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LH EXTERIOR REAR COMPARTMENT .............................................................................................................................. 25

LH EXTERIOR REAR COMPARTMENT LIGHTING ............................................................................................................ 25

LH EXTERIOR COMPARTMENT INTERIOR FINISH .......................................................................................................... 25

RH EXTERIOR REAR COMPARTMENT ............................................................................................................................. 25

RH EXTERIOR REAR COMPARTMENT LIGHTING ........................................................................................................... 25

RH EXTERIOR COMPARTMENT INTERIOR FINISH ......................................................................................................... 25

CAB STRUCTURAL WARRANTY ........................................................................................................................................ 25

CAB TEST INFORMATION .................................................................................................................................................. 26

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM ........................................................................................................................................................ 26

APPARATUS WIRING PROVISION ..................................................................................................................................... 26

MULTIPLEX DISPLAY .......................................................................................................................................................... 26

VEHICLE DATA RECORDER ............................................................................................................................................... 27

POWER & GROUND STUD ................................................................................................................................................. 27

EXTERIOR ELECTRICAL TERMINAL COATING ................................................................................................................ 27

ENGINE ................................................................................................................................................................................. 27

ENGINE PROGRAMMING HIGH IDLE SPEED ................................................................................................................... 28

ENGINE HIGH IDLE CONTROL ........................................................................................................................................... 28

ENGINE PROGRAMMING ROAD SPEED GOVERNOR .................................................................................................... 28

FLUID FILLS ......................................................................................................................................................................... 28

ELECTRONIC ENGINE OIL LEVEL INDICATOR ................................................................................................................ 28

ENGINE BLOCK HEATER .................................................................................................................................................... 28

EMERGENCY ENGINE SHUTDOWN SYSTEM .................................................................................................................. 28

ENGINE WARRANTY ........................................................................................................................................................... 29

ENGINE PROGRAMMING REMOTE THROTTLE ............................................................................................................... 29

ENGINE PROGRAMMING IDLE SPEED ............................................................................................................................. 29

ENGINE FAN DRIVE ............................................................................................................................................................ 29

ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM ............................................................................................................................................... 29

ENGINE COOLANT .............................................................................................................................................................. 30

ENGINE COOLANT FILTER ................................................................................................................................................. 30

ELECTRONIC COOLANT LEVEL INDICATOR ................................................................................................................... 30

COOLANT HOSES ............................................................................................................................................................... 30

ENGINE COOLANT OVERFLOW BOTTLE ......................................................................................................................... 30

ENGINE AIR INTAKE ........................................................................................................................................................... 31

ENGINE EXHAUST SYSTEM ............................................................................................................................................... 31

ENGINE EXHAUST ACCESSORIES ................................................................................................................................... 31

TRANSMISSION ................................................................................................................................................................... 32

TRANSMISSION MODE PROGRAMMING .......................................................................................................................... 32

TRANSMISSION FEATURE PROGRAMMING .................................................................................................................... 32

ELECTRONIC TRANSMISSION OIL LEVEL INDICATOR .................................................................................................. 32

TRANSMISSION SHIFT SELECTOR ................................................................................................................................... 33

TRANSMISSION RETARDER CONTROL ........................................................................................................................... 33

TRANSMISSION PRE-SELECT WITH AUXILIARY BRAKE ................................................................................................ 33

TRANSMISSION WARRANTY ............................................................................................................................................. 33

TRANSMISSION COOLING SYSTEM ................................................................................................................................. 33

LH PTO ................................................................................................................................................................................. 33

LH PTO MODEL ................................................................................................................................................................... 33

PTO LOCATION.................................................................................................................................................................... 33

PTO CONTROL .................................................................................................................................................................... 34

DRIVELINE ........................................................................................................................................................................... 34

FUEL FILTER/WATER SEPARATOR .................................................................................................................................. 34

FUEL LINES .......................................................................................................................................................................... 34

FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE ...................................................................................................................................................... 34

ELECTRIC FUEL PRIMER ................................................................................................................................................... 34

FUEL TANK ........................................................................................................................................................................... 35

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FUEL TANK FILL PORT ....................................................................................................................................................... 35

FRONT AXLE ........................................................................................................................................................................ 35

FRONT WHEEL BEARING LUBRICATION ......................................................................................................................... 35

FRONT SHOCK ABSORBERS ............................................................................................................................................. 35

FRONT SUSPENSION ......................................................................................................................................................... 36

STEERING COLUMN/ WHEEL ............................................................................................................................................ 36

POWER STEERING PUMP .................................................................................................................................................. 36

ELECTRONIC POWER STEERING FLUID LEVEL INDICATOR ........................................................................................ 36

FRONT AXLE CRAMP ANGLE ............................................................................................................................................ 36

CHASSIS ALIGNMENT ........................................................................................................................................................ 36

REAR AXLE .......................................................................................................................................................................... 36

REAR AXLE DIFFERENTIAL LUBRICATION ...................................................................................................................... 36

REAR WHEEL BEARING LUBRICATION ............................................................................................................................ 37

VEHICLE TOP SPEED ......................................................................................................................................................... 37

REAR SUSPENSION ............................................................................................................................................................ 37

REAR SHOCK ABSORBERS ............................................................................................................................................... 37

FRONT TIRE ......................................................................................................................................................................... 37

REAR TIRE ........................................................................................................................................................................... 37

TIRE PRESSURE EQUALIZATION SYSTEM ...................................................................................................................... 38

TIRE PRESSURE INDICATOR ............................................................................................................................................ 38

FRONT WHEEL .................................................................................................................................................................... 38

REAR WHEEL....................................................................................................................................................................... 38

WHEEL TRIM ........................................................................................................................................................................ 38

WHEEL GUARDS ................................................................................................................................................................. 39

BRAKE SYSTEM .................................................................................................................................................................. 39

FRONT BRAKES .................................................................................................................................................................. 39

REAR BRAKES ..................................................................................................................................................................... 39

PARK BRAKE ....................................................................................................................................................................... 40

PARK BRAKE CONTROL ..................................................................................................................................................... 40

FRONT BRAKE SLACK ADJUSTERS ................................................................................................................................. 40

REAR BRAKE SLACK ADJUSTERS .................................................................................................................................... 40

FRONT BRAKE DUST SHIELDS ......................................................................................................................................... 40

REAR BRAKE DUST SHIELDS ............................................................................................................................................ 40

AIR DRYER ........................................................................................................................................................................... 40

FRONT BRAKE CHAMBERS ............................................................................................................................................... 40

REAR BRAKE CHAMBERS .................................................................................................................................................. 40

AIR COMPRESSOR ............................................................................................................................................................. 41

AIR GOVERNOR .................................................................................................................................................................. 41

AUXILIARY AIR RESERVOIR .............................................................................................................................................. 41

MOISTURE EJECTORS ....................................................................................................................................................... 41

AIR SUPPLY LINES .............................................................................................................................................................. 41

WHEELBASE ........................................................................................................................................................................ 41

REAR OVERHANG ............................................................................................................................................................... 41

FRAME .................................................................................................................................................................................. 42

FRAME WARRANTY ............................................................................................................................................................ 42

FRAME CLEAR AREA .......................................................................................................................................................... 42

FRAME PAINT ...................................................................................................................................................................... 43

FRONT BUMPER ................................................................................................................................................................. 43

FRONT BUMPER EXTENSION LENGTH ............................................................................................................................ 43

FRONT BUMPER EXTENSION WIDTH ............................................................................................................................... 43

FRONT BUMPER WINCH .................................................................................................................................................... 43

FRONT BUMPER APRON .................................................................................................................................................... 43

FRONT BUMPER COMPARTMENT CENTER .................................................................................................................... 43

FRONT BUMPER COMPARTMENT COVER HARDWARE ................................................................................................ 43

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AIR HORN ............................................................................................................................................................................. 44

AIR HORN LOCATION ......................................................................................................................................................... 44

AIR HORN SNOW SHIELDS ................................................................................................................................................ 44

AIR HORN RESERVOIR ...................................................................................................................................................... 44

ELECTRONIC SIREN SPEAKER ......................................................................................................................................... 44

ELECTRONIC SIREN SPEAKER LOCATION ..................................................................................................................... 44

CAB TILT SYSTEM ............................................................................................................................................................... 44

CAB TILT AUXILIARY PUMP ............................................................................................................................................... 45

CAB TILT CONTROL RECEPTACLE ................................................................................................................................... 45

CAB WINDSHIELD ............................................................................................................................................................... 45

GLASS FRONT DOOR ......................................................................................................................................................... 45

GLASS TINT FRONT DOOR ................................................................................................................................................ 45

GLASS REAR DOOR RH ..................................................................................................................................................... 45

GLASS TINT REAR DOOR RH ............................................................................................................................................ 45

GLASS REAR DOOR LH ...................................................................................................................................................... 46

GLASS TINT REAR DOOR LH ............................................................................................................................................. 46

GLASS SIDE MID RH ........................................................................................................................................................... 46

GLASS TINT SIDE MID RH .................................................................................................................................................. 46

GLASS SIDE MID LH ............................................................................................................................................................ 46

GLASS TINT SIDE MID LH ................................................................................................................................................... 46

GLASS UPPER SIDE FRONT .............................................................................................................................................. 46

GLASS TINT UPPER SIDE FRONT ..................................................................................................................................... 46

GLASS UPPER SIDE MID .................................................................................................................................................... 46

GLASS TINT UPPER SIDE MID ........................................................................................................................................... 47

GLASS UPPER SIDE REAR DOOR..................................................................................................................................... 47

GLASS TINT UPPER SIDE REAR DOOR ........................................................................................................................... 47

CLIMATE CONTROL ............................................................................................................................................................ 47

CLIMATE CONTROL ACTIVATION ..................................................................................................................................... 47

AUXILIARY CLIMATE CONTROL FRONT UNDERSEAT ................................................................................................... 47

AUXILIARY CLIMATE CONTROL REAR UNDERSEAT ...................................................................................................... 48

HEATER HOSE INSULATION .............................................................................................................................................. 48

A/C CONDENSER LOCATION ............................................................................................................................................. 48

A/C COMPRESSOR ............................................................................................................................................................. 48

CAB ROOF VENT ................................................................................................................................................................. 48

CAB CIRCULATION FANS FRONT ..................................................................................................................................... 48

CAB CIRCULATION FANS REAR ........................................................................................................................................ 48

UNDER CAB INSULATION .................................................................................................................................................. 49

INTERIOR TRIM FLOOR ...................................................................................................................................................... 49

INTERIOR FLOOR MAT COLOR ......................................................................................................................................... 49

INTERIOR TRIM VINYL ........................................................................................................................................................ 49

INTERIOR TRIM VINYL COLOR .......................................................................................................................................... 49

INTERIOR ABS TRIM COLOR ............................................................................................................................................. 49

HEADER TRIM...................................................................................................................................................................... 49

INTERIOR TRIM SUNVISOR ............................................................................................................................................... 50

TRIM LH DASH ..................................................................................................................................................................... 50

TRIM CENTER DASH ........................................................................................................................................................... 50

TRIM RH DASH .................................................................................................................................................................... 50

CAB PAINT INTERIOR ......................................................................................................................................................... 50

ENGINE TUNNEL TRIM ....................................................................................................................................................... 50

POWER POINT DASH MOUNT ........................................................................................................................................... 50

STEP TRIM ........................................................................................................................................................................... 50

STEP TRIM KICKPLATE ...................................................................................................................................................... 50

INTERIOR DOOR TRIM ....................................................................................................................................................... 51

DOOR TRIM KICKPLATE ..................................................................................................................................................... 51

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CAB PAINT INTERIOR DOOR TRIM ................................................................................................................................... 51

DOOR TRIM CUSTOMER NAMEPLATE ............................................................................................................................. 51

CAB DOOR TRIM REFLECTIVE .......................................................................................................................................... 51

INTERIOR GRAB HANDLE "A" PILLAR ............................................................................................................................... 51

INTERIOR GRAB HANDLE FRONT DOOR ......................................................................................................................... 51

INTERIOR GRAB HANDLE REAR DOOR ........................................................................................................................... 51

DASH PANEL GROUP ......................................................................................................................................................... 51

SWITCHES CENTER PANEL ............................................................................................................................................... 52

SWITCHES LEFT PANEL ..................................................................................................................................................... 52

SWITCHES RIGHT PANEL .................................................................................................................................................. 52

SWITCH PANEL IGNITION .................................................................................................................................................. 52

SEAT BELT WARNING ........................................................................................................................................................ 52

SEAT MATERIAL .................................................................................................................................................................. 52

SEAT COLOR ....................................................................................................................................................................... 52

SEAT BACK LOGO ............................................................................................................................................................... 52

SEAT DRIVER ...................................................................................................................................................................... 53

SEAT BACK DRIVER ........................................................................................................................................................... 53

SEAT OFFICER .................................................................................................................................................................... 53

SEAT BACK OFFICER ......................................................................................................................................................... 54

POWER SEAT WIRING ........................................................................................................................................................ 54

SEAT REAR FACING OUTER LOCATION .......................................................................................................................... 54

SEAT CREW REAR FACING OUTER ................................................................................................................................. 54

SEAT BACK REAR FACING OUTER ................................................................................................................................... 55

SEAT MOUNTING REAR FACING OUTER ......................................................................................................................... 55

SEAT BELT ORIENTATION CREW ..................................................................................................................................... 55

SEAT FORWARD FACING CENTER LOCATION ............................................................................................................... 55

SEAT CREW FORWARD FACING CENTER ....................................................................................................................... 55

SEAT BACK FORWARD FACING CENTER ........................................................................................................................ 56

SEAT MOUNTING FORWARD FACING CENTER .............................................................................................................. 56

SEAT FRAME FORWARD FACING ..................................................................................................................................... 56

CAB FRONT UNDERSEAT STORAGE ACCESS................................................................................................................ 56

WINDSHIELD WIPER SYSTEM ........................................................................................................................................... 56

ELECTRONIC WINDSHIELD FLUID LEVEL INDICATOR ................................................................................................... 56

CAB DOOR HARDWARE ..................................................................................................................................................... 57

DOOR LOCKS ...................................................................................................................................................................... 57

DOOR LOCK LH REAR CAB COMPARTMENT .................................................................................................................. 57

DOOR LOCK RH REAR CAB COMPARTMENT .................................................................................................................. 57

POWER DOOR LOCK COMPARTMENT ACTIVATION ...................................................................................................... 57

GRAB HANDLES .................................................................................................................................................................. 57

REARVIEW MIRRORS ......................................................................................................................................................... 57

REARVIEW MIRROR HEAT SWITCH ................................................................................................................................. 57

TRIM LOWER SIDE .............................................................................................................................................................. 58

CAB FENDER ....................................................................................................................................................................... 58

MUD FLAPS FRONT ............................................................................................................................................................ 58

CAB EXTERIOR MODEL NAMEPLATE ............................................................................................................................... 58

CAB EXTERIOR FRONT & SIDE EMBLEMS ...................................................................................................................... 58

IGNITION .............................................................................................................................................................................. 58

BATTERY .............................................................................................................................................................................. 58

BATTERY TRAY ................................................................................................................................................................... 59

BATTERY BOX COVER ....................................................................................................................................................... 59

BATTERY CABLE ................................................................................................................................................................. 59

BATTERY JUMPER STUD ................................................................................................................................................... 59

ALTERNATOR ...................................................................................................................................................................... 59

BATTERY CONDITIONER ................................................................................................................................................... 59

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AUXILIARY AIR COMPRESSOR ......................................................................................................................................... 59

ELECTRICAL INLET ............................................................................................................................................................. 60

ELECTRICAL INLET COLOR ............................................................................................................................................... 60

AUXILIARY ELECTRICAL INLET ......................................................................................................................................... 60

AUXILIARY ELECTRICAL INLET COLOR ........................................................................................................................... 60

HEADLIGHTS ....................................................................................................................................................................... 60

FRONT TURN SIGNALS ...................................................................................................................................................... 60

HEADLIGHT LOCATION ...................................................................................................................................................... 60

SIDE TURN/MARKER LIGHTS ............................................................................................................................................ 60

MARKER AND ICC LIGHTS ................................................................................................................................................. 60

CORNERING LIGHTS .......................................................................................................................................................... 61

GROUND LIGHTS ................................................................................................................................................................ 61

STEP LIGHTS ....................................................................................................................................................................... 61

ENGINE COMPARTMENT LIGHT........................................................................................................................................ 61

FRONT SCENE LIGHTS ...................................................................................................................................................... 61

FRONT SCENE LIGHTS ACTIVATION ................................................................................................................................ 61

FRONT SCENE LIGHT LOCATION ..................................................................................................................................... 61

SIDE SCENE LIGHTS .......................................................................................................................................................... 61

SIDE SCENE LIGHT LOCATION ......................................................................................................................................... 61

SIDE SCENE ACTIVATION .................................................................................................................................................. 62

INTERIOR OVERHEAD LIGHTING ...................................................................................................................................... 62

AUXILIARY DOME LIGHT LH .............................................................................................................................................. 62

AUXILIARY DOME LIGHT RH .............................................................................................................................................. 62

AUXILIARY DOME LIGHT FRONT CREW .......................................................................................................................... 62

AUXILIARY DOME LIGHT REAR CREW ............................................................................................................................. 62

MAP LIGHTS......................................................................................................................................................................... 62

SPOTLIGHT .......................................................................................................................................................................... 62

DO NOT MOVE APPARATUS LIGHT .................................................................................................................................. 63

MASTER WARNING SWITCH .............................................................................................................................................. 63

INBOARD FRONT WARNING LIGHTS ................................................................................................................................ 63

INBOARD FRONT WARNING LIGHTS COLOR .................................................................................................................. 63

OUTBOARD FRONT WARNING LIGHTS ............................................................................................................................ 63

OUTBOARD FRONT WARNING LIGHTS COLOR .............................................................................................................. 63

FRONT WARNING SWITCH ................................................................................................................................................ 63

INTERSECTION WARNING LIGHTS ................................................................................................................................... 63

INTERSECTION WARNING LIGHTS COLOR ..................................................................................................................... 63

INTERSECTION WARNING LIGHTS LOCATION ............................................................................................................... 63

SIDE WARNING LIGHTS ..................................................................................................................................................... 64

SIDE WARNING LIGHTS COLOR........................................................................................................................................ 64

SIDE WARNING LIGHTS LOCATION .................................................................................................................................. 64

SIDE AND INTERSECTION WARNING SWITCH ................................................................................................................ 64

INTERIOR DOOR WARNING LIGHTS ................................................................................................................................. 64

SIREN CONTROL HEAD ...................................................................................................................................................... 64

AIR HORN ACTIVATION ...................................................................................................................................................... 64

BACK-UP ALARM ................................................................................................................................................................. 64

INSTRUMENTATION ............................................................................................................................................................ 65

AMMETER ............................................................................................................................................................................ 67

BRAKE APPLICATION PRESSURE GAUGE ...................................................................................................................... 67

CLOCK .................................................................................................................................................................................. 67

AIR RESTRICTION GAUGE ................................................................................................................................................. 68

FUEL PRESSURE GAUGE .................................................................................................................................................. 68

CAB EXTERIOR PROTECTION ........................................................................................................................................... 68

FIRE EXTINGUISHER .......................................................................................................................................................... 68

ROAD SAFETY KIT .............................................................................................................................................................. 68

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DOOR KEYS ......................................................................................................................................................................... 68

WARRANTY - CAB AND CHASSIS ..................................................................................................................................... 68

OPERATORS AND PARTS LIST MANUAL ......................................................................................................................... 68

ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION OPERATION MANUALS .................................................................................................. 68

SPARTAN CAB/CHASSIS .................................................................................................................................................... 68

CAB/CHASSIS PREPAYMENT ............................................................................................................................................ 68

CHASSIS MODIFICATIONS ................................................................................................................................................. 69

LUBRICATION AND TIRE DATA PLATE ............................................................................................................................. 69

VEHICLE DATA PLATE ........................................................................................................................................................ 69

OVERALL HEIGHT, LENGTH DATA PLATE (METRIC) ...................................................................................................... 69

ACCIDENT PREVENTION ................................................................................................................................................... 70

PERSONNEL CAPACITY ..................................................................................................................................................... 70

ACCIDENT PREVENTION ................................................................................................................................................... 70

WEARING HELMET WARNING ........................................................................................................................................... 70

FRONT BUMPER ................................................................................................................................................................. 70

BUMPER GRAVELSHIELD .................................................................................................................................................. 70

AIR HORN(S) ........................................................................................................................................................................ 70

FRONT MOUNTED WINCH BELLY PAN ............................................................................................................................. 70

FRONT LIFTING BAR ........................................................................................................................................................... 70

FRONT MOUNTED "A" FRAME ........................................................................................................................................... 71

FRONT WINCH PIVOT PLATE ............................................................................................................................................ 71

CAB SPOTLIGHTS ............................................................................................................................................................... 71

FRONT TOW PROVISIONS ................................................................................................................................................. 71

EXHAUST ............................................................................................................................................................................. 71

CONVEX MIRROR ............................................................................................................................................................... 72

COMMUNICATIONS RADIO/ANTENNA .............................................................................................................................. 72

CAB ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 72

MDT TRAY ............................................................................................................................................................................ 72

HELMET STORAGE ............................................................................................................................................................. 72

MUDFLAPS ........................................................................................................................................................................... 72

AIR BRAKE SYSTEM QUICK BUILD-UP ............................................................................................................................. 72

ROAD EMERGENCY SAFETY KIT ...................................................................................................................................... 73

CHASSIS AIR TANK LABELS .............................................................................................................................................. 73

FUEL FILL ............................................................................................................................................................................. 73

PLACARD HOLDERS ........................................................................................................................................................... 73

BODY DESIGN ..................................................................................................................................................................... 73

EXTERIOR ALUMINUM BODY ............................................................................................................................................ 74

ROOF CONSTRUCTION ...................................................................................................................................................... 74

BODY SUBFRAME ............................................................................................................................................................... 74

BODY MOUNTING ............................................................................................................................................................... 75

10" REAR STEP BUMPER ................................................................................................................................................... 75

REAR TOW EYES ................................................................................................................................................................ 75

TRAILER HITCH INSTALLATION ........................................................................................................................................ 75

TRAILER BRAKE CONTROLLER ........................................................................................................................................ 75

GROUND LIGHTS ................................................................................................................................................................ 75

WHEEL WELL EXTERIOR PANEL ...................................................................................................................................... 75

STAINLESS STEEL BODY FENDERS ................................................................................................................................ 76

WHEEL WELL LINERS ......................................................................................................................................................... 76

SCBA BOTTLE COMPARTMENTS ...................................................................................................................................... 76

ALUMINUM BODY PAINT SPECIFICATIONS ..................................................................................................................... 76

BODY PAINT PREPARATION .............................................................................................................................................. 76

PAINT PROCESS ................................................................................................................................................................. 77

MACHINE POLISHED .......................................................................................................................................................... 77

PAINT - ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ................................................................................................................................... 77

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PAINT FINISH - SINGLE COLOR......................................................................................................................................... 77

BODY UNDERCOATING ...................................................................................................................................................... 77

UNDERCOAT WARRANTY .................................................................................................................................................. 78

PAINT WARRANTY .............................................................................................................................................................. 78

COMPARTMENT INTERIOR FINISH ................................................................................................................................... 78

REFLECTIVE STRIPE .......................................................................................................................................................... 78

REFLECTIVE STRIPE - CAB SIDE ...................................................................................................................................... 78

REFLECTIVE STRIPE - CAB FRONT .................................................................................................................................. 79

REFLECTIVE STRIPE - BODY SIDES ................................................................................................................................. 79

CHEVRON REFLECTIVE STRIPE - REAR SIDES PANELS .............................................................................................. 79

LETTERING .......................................................................................................................................................................... 80

SIDE CAB DOOR LETTERING ............................................................................................................................................ 80

UPPER BODY SIDE LETTERING ........................................................................................................................................ 80

REAR BODY LETTERING .................................................................................................................................................... 80

FRONT OF CAB LETTERING .............................................................................................................................................. 80

CAB ROOF LETTERING ...................................................................................................................................................... 80

SUPPLIED DECALS ............................................................................................................................................................. 80

EXTERIOR COMPARTMENT DOORS ................................................................................................................................ 81

ROLL-UP DOOR CONSTRUCTION - ROBINSON (ROM) .................................................................................................. 81

EXTERIOR ROLL-UP DOOR FINISH - SATIN ..................................................................................................................... 81

BODY HEIGHT MEASUREMENTS ...................................................................................................................................... 82

UPPER BODY COMPARTMENTS ....................................................................................................................................... 83

UPPER BODY WALKWAY ................................................................................................................................................... 84

GRIP STRUT OVERLAYS FOR WALKWAY/STEPS ........................................................................................................... 84

ROOF ACCESS STAIRWAY ................................................................................................................................................ 84

STAIRWAY HANDRAILS ...................................................................................................................................................... 85

WALKWAY LIGHTS .............................................................................................................................................................. 85

STEP COMPARTMENT(S) - LOWER .................................................................................................................................. 85

STEP COMPARTMENT - UPPER ........................................................................................................................................ 85

FOLD-DOWN STEP .............................................................................................................................................................. 85

REAR BODY HANDRAILS ................................................................................................................................................... 86

BODY WIDTH DIMENSIONS ............................................................................................................................................... 86

STREETSIDE COMPARTMENT - FRONT (S1) ................................................................................................................... 87

STREETSIDE COMPARTMENT - AHEAD OF REAR WHEELS (S2) ................................................................................. 89

STREETSIDE COMPARTMENT - ABOVE REAR WHEELS (S3) ....................................................................................... 91

STREETSIDE COMPARTMENT - REAR (S4) ..................................................................................................................... 92

CURBSIDE COMPARTMENT - FRONT (C1) ....................................................................................................................... 93

CURBSIDE COMPARTMENT - AHEAD OF REAR WHEEL (C2) ........................................................................................ 95

CURBSIDE COMPARTMENT - ABOVE REAR WHEEL (C3) .............................................................................................. 97

CURBSIDE COMPARTMENT - REAR (C4) ......................................................................................................................... 98

ROOF ACCESS STAIRWAY .............................................................................................................................................. 100

STAIRWAY HANDRAILS .................................................................................................................................................... 100

PLASTIC FLOOR AND SHELF TILE .................................................................................................................................. 100

ROPE TIE-OFF OR PORTABLE WINCH RECEIVERS ..................................................................................................... 101

SIDE BODY PROTECTION - RUB RAIL ............................................................................................................................ 101

COMPARTMENT COMPONENTS DESCRIPTIONS ......................................................................................................... 102

ADJUSTABLE SHELVING HARDWARE ............................................................................................................................ 102

SLIDE-OUT EQUIPMENT TRAY - (400 LB CAPACITY) .................................................................................................... 102

HEAVY DUTY 100% EXTENSION EQUIPMENT SLIDE - (1,000 LB. CAPACITY) ........................................................... 102

HEAVY DUTY 70% EXTENSION EQUIPMENT SLIDE TRANSVERSE (1,000 LBS. CAPACITY) ................................... 103

SLIDE-OUT TOOL BOARD (SMOOTH ALUMINUM) ......................................................................................................... 103

COMPARTMENT PARTITIONS ......................................................................................................................................... 103

TRANSVERSE STORAGE MODULE ................................................................................................................................. 103

AIR BAG MODULE ............................................................................................................................................................. 103

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SCBA CYLINDER STORAGE MODULE ............................................................................................................................ 104

REMOVABLE TOOL BOX - (ALUMINUM) ......................................................................................................................... 104

COMPARTMENT LIGHTING .............................................................................................................................................. 104

ELECTRIC CORD REEL .................................................................................................................................................... 105

POWER DISTRIBUTION BOX ............................................................................................................................................ 106

LOW PRESSURE AIR HOSE REEL .................................................................................................................................. 106

UTILITY AIR SYSTEM ........................................................................................................................................................ 107

AIR COMPRESSOR ........................................................................................................................................................... 108

UTILITY AIR SYSTEM TESTING ....................................................................................................................................... 108

HYDRAULIC HOSE REEL .................................................................................................................................................. 108

UNDERBODY SLIDE-OUT STEP....................................................................................................................................... 109

STEP / GROUND LIGHTS .................................................................................................................................................. 109

LOW VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM- 12 VDC ............................................................................................................ 110

12 VOLT MULTIPLEX CONTROL CENTER ...................................................................................................................... 112

MULTIPLEX SYSTEM COLOR DISPLAY .......................................................................................................................... 112

BATTERY SYSTEM ............................................................................................................................................................ 112

BATTERY SWITCH ............................................................................................................................................................ 113

BATTERY SOLENOID ........................................................................................................................................................ 113

BATTERY CONDITIONER ................................................................................................................................................. 113

ENGINE COMPARTMENT LIGHT...................................................................................................................................... 113

CAB HAZARD WARNING LIGHT ....................................................................................................................................... 113

BACK-UP ALARM ............................................................................................................................................................... 113

TAIL LIGHTS ....................................................................................................................................................................... 114

MIDSHIP MARKER/TURN SIGNAL ................................................................................................................................... 114

MARKER LIGHTS ............................................................................................................................................................... 114

LICENSE PLATE LIGHT ..................................................................................................................................................... 114

ELECTRONIC SIREN ......................................................................................................................................................... 114

SIREN SPEAKER ............................................................................................................................................................... 114

SIDE SCENE LIGHTS ........................................................................................................................................................ 114

REAR SCENE LIGHTS ....................................................................................................................................................... 114

TRAFFIC DIRECTIONAL LIGHT ........................................................................................................................................ 115

INTERCOM SYSTEM - PELTOR Y2000 ............................................................................................................................ 115

WARNING LIGHT PACKAGE ............................................................................................................................................. 116

UPPER WARNING LIGHT SYSTEM .................................................................................................................................. 116

LOWER LEVEL WARNING LIGHTS .................................................................................................................................. 117

LINE VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM ........................................................................................................................... 118

ONAN PTO GENERATOR .................................................................................................................................................. 118

GENERATOR ENGAGEMENT ........................................................................................................................................... 118

WARRANTY PERIOD ......................................................................................................................................................... 118

GENERATOR SPLASH GUARD ........................................................................................................................................ 118

GENERATOR MOUNTING ................................................................................................................................................. 119

MANUALS AND SCHEMATICS.......................................................................................................................................... 119

POWER-TAKE-OFF GENERATOR DRIVE ........................................................................................................................ 119

ENGINE SPEED CONTROL ............................................................................................................................................... 119

GENERATOR MONITORING PANEL ................................................................................................................................ 120

GENERATOR GROUNDING .............................................................................................................................................. 120

LOADCENTER .................................................................................................................................................................... 120

SHORE POWER INLET - BATTERY CHARGER ............................................................................................................... 120

OUTLETS AND CIRCUITS ................................................................................................................................................. 121

EXTENSION CORDS ......................................................................................................................................................... 121

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................................................................................. 121

120/240 VAC SCENE LIGHTING ....................................................................................................................................... 127

FRONT CAB-MOUNTED SCENE LIGHT(S) ...................................................................................................................... 127

SIDE UPPER RECESSED SCENE LIGHTS ...................................................................................................................... 127

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REAR UPPER RECESSED SCENE LIGHTS .................................................................................................................... 128

COMMAND LIGHT TOWER w/ BACKLIGHT ..................................................................................................................... 128

EQUIPMENT PAYLOAD WEIGHT ALLOWANCE .............................................................................................................. 129

EQUIPMENT ....................................................................................................................................................................... 129

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INTERNET IN-PROCESS SITE

The Bidder shall post and maintain a website where the Edmonton Fire Department will be able to view digital images of their apparatus as its being manufactured. The digital images shall be posted once a week starting when the body begins production or when the cab/chassis arrives and shall continue until the final completion of the apparatus.

VEHICLE STABILITY SUPPLIED WITH CAB/CHASSIS

The cab/chassis shall be equipped with a stability control system. The system shall have, at a minimum, a steering wheel position sensor, a vehicle yaw sensor, a lateral accelerometer, and individual wheel brake controls.

WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION

When the fire apparatus is loaded to its estimated in-service weight, the front-to-rear weight distribution shall be within the limits set by the chassis manufacturer.

The front axle loads shall not be less than the minimum axle loads specified by the chassis manufacturer under full load and all other loading conditions.

LOAD DISTRIBUTION

The apparatus manufacturer shall calculate the load distribution for the apparatus, and that load distribution plan shall be delivered with the fire apparatus.

The manufacturer shall engineer the fire apparatus to comply with the gross axle weight ratings (GAWR), the overall gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR), and the chassis manufacturer’s load balance guidelines.

The fire apparatus, when loaded to its estimated in service weight, shall have a side-to-side tire load variation of no more than 7 percent of the total tire load for that axle.

Each tire shall be equipped with a visual indicator or monitoring system that indicates tire pressure.

ROADABILITY

The apparatus, when loaded to its estimated in-service weight, shall be capable of the following performance while on dry, paved roads that are in good condition:

(1) From a standing start, the apparatus shall be able to attain a speed of 35 mph (55 km/hr) within 25 seconds on a level road.

(2) The apparatus shall be able to attain a minimum top speed of 50 mph (80 km/hr) on a level road.

(3) The apparatus shall be able to maintain a speed of at least 20 mph (32 km/hr) on any grade up to and including 6 percent.

The maximum top speed of fire apparatus with a GVWR over 26,000 lb (11,800 kg) shall not exceed either 68 mph (105 km/hr) or the manufacturer’s maximum fire service speed rating for the tires installed on the apparatus, whichever is lower.

If the combined water tank and foam agent tank capacities on the fire apparatus exceed 1250 gal (4732 L), or the GVWR of the vehicle is over 50,000 lb (22,680 kg), the maximum top speed of the apparatus shall not exceed either 60 mph (85 km/ hr) or the manufacturer’s maximum fire service speed rating for the tires installed on the apparatus, whichever is lower.

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SERVICEABILITY

The fire apparatus shall be designed to allow the manufacturer’s recommended routine maintenance checks of lubricant and fluid levels to be performed by the operator without lifting the cab of a tilt-cab apparatus or without the need for hand tools.

Where special tools are required for routine service on any component of the apparatus, such tools shall be provided with the apparatus.

Apparatus components that interfere with repair or removal of other major components shall be attached with fasteners, such as cap screws and nuts, so that the components can be removed and installed with ordinary hand tools. These components shall not be welded or otherwise permanently secured into place.

CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTATION

The contractor shall supply, at the time of delivery, at least one (1) copy of the following documents:

(1) The manufacturers record of apparatus construction details, including the following information:

(a) Owner’s name and address

(b) Apparatus manufacturer, model, and serial number

(c) Chassis make, model, and serial number

(d) GAWR of front and rear axles and GVWR

(e) Front tire size and total rated capacity in pounds (kilograms)

(f) Rear tire size and total rated capacity in pounds (kilograms)

(g) Chassis weight distribution in pounds (kilograms) with water and manufacturer-mounted equipment (front and rear)

(h) Engine make, model, serial number, rated horsepower and related speed, and governed speed; and if so equipped, engine transmission PTO(s) make, model, and gear ratio

(i) Type of fuel and fuel tank capacity

(j) Electrical system voltage and alternator output in amps

(k) Battery make, model, and capacity in cold cranking amps (CCA)

(l) Chassis transmission make, model, and serial number; and if so equipped, chassis transmission PTO(s) make, model, and gear ratio

(m) Ratios of all driving axles

(n) Maximum governed road speed

(o) Pump make, model, rated capacity in gallons per minute (liters per minute where applicable), and serial number

(p) Pump transmission make, model, serial number, and gear ratio

(q) Auxiliary pump make, model, rated capacity in gallons per minute (liters per minute where applicable), and serial number

(r) Water and Foam tank certified capacity in gallons or liters

(s) Paint manufacturer and paint number(s)

(t) Company name and signature of responsible company representative

(u) Weight documents from a certified scale showing actual loading on the front axle, rear axle(s), and overall fire apparatus (with the water tank full but without personnel, equipment, and hose)

(2) Certification of compliance of the optical warning system

(3) Siren manufacturer’s certification of the siren

(4) Written load analysis and results of the electrical system performance tests

(5) Certification of slip resistance of all stepping, standing, and walking surfaces

(6) If the apparatus has a fire pump, the pump manufacturer’s certification of suction capability

(7) If the apparatus is equipped with a fire pump and special conditions are specified by the purchaser, the pump manufacturer’s certification of suction capacity under the special conditions

(8) If the apparatus has a fire pump, a copy of the apparatus manufacturer’s approval for stationary pumping applications

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(9) If the apparatus has a fire pump, the engine manufacturer’s certified brake horsepower curve for the engine furnished, showing the maximum governed speed

(10) If the apparatus has a fire pump, the pump manufacturer’s certification of the hydrostatic test

(11) If the apparatus has a fire pump, the certification of inspection and test for the fire pump

(12) If the apparatus is equipped with an auxiliary pump, the apparatus manufacturer’s certification of the hydrostatic test

(13) When the apparatus is equipped with a water tank, the certification of water tank capacity

(14) If the apparatus has an aerial device, the certification of inspection and test for the aerial device

(15) If the apparatus has a foam proportioning system, the foam proportioning system manufacturer’s certification of accuracy and the final installer’s certification the foam proportioning system meets this standard

(16) If the system has a CAFS, the documentation of the manufacturer’s pre delivery tests

(17) If the apparatus has a line voltage power source, the certification of the test for the power source

(18) If the apparatus is equipped with an air system, air tank certificates, the SCBA fill station certification (see

24.9.7), and the results of the testing of the air system installation

(19) Any other required manufacturer test data or reports

OPERATIONS AND SERVICE DOCUMENTATION

The contractor shall deliver with the fire apparatus at least two (2) sets of complete operation and service documentation covering the completed apparatus as delivered and accepted.

The documentation shall address at least the inspection, service, and operations of the fire apparatus and all major components thereof.

The contractor shall also deliver with the fire apparatus the following documentation for the entire apparatus and each major operating system or major component of the apparatus:

(1) Manufacturer’s name and address

(2) Country of manufacture

(3) Source for service and technical information

(4) Parts replacement information

(5) Descriptions, specifications, and ratings of the chassis, pump (if applicable), and aerial device (if applicable)

(6) Wiring diagrams for low voltage and line voltage systems to include the following information:

(a) Pictorial representations of circuit logic for all electrical components and wiring

(b) Circuit identification

(c) Connector pin identification

(d) Zone location of electrical components

(e) Safety interlocks

(f) Alternator–battery power distribution circuits

(g) Input/output assignment sheets or equivalent circuit logic implemented in multiplexing systems

(7) Lubrication charts

(8) Operating instructions for the chassis, any major components such as a pump or aerial device, and any auxiliary systems

(9) Precautions related to multiple configurations of aerial devices, if applicable

(10) Instructions regarding the frequency and procedure for recommended maintenance

(11) Overall apparatus operating instructions

(12) Safety considerations

(13) Limitations of use

(14) Inspection procedures

(15) Recommended service procedures

(16) Troubleshooting guide

(17) Apparatus body, chassis, and other component manufacturer’s warranties

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(18) Special data required by this standard

(19) A material safety data sheet (MSDS) for any fluid that is specified for use on the apparatus

The contractor shall deliver with the apparatus all manufacturers’ operations and service documents supplied with components and equipment that are installed or supplied by the contractor.

NFPA REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION FORMAT - CD-ROM

The vehicle construction details and the operations and service documentation as required per NFPA 1901 latest edition shall be provided on a CD-ROM. These manuals shall be divided into sections for ease of reference. There shall be two

(2) copies of the CD-ROM provided with the completed vehicle.

 There shall be two (2) printed copies of the manual provided with the apparatus.

STATEMENTOF EXCEPTIONS

The contractor shall deliver with the fire apparatus either a certification that the apparatus fully complies with all requirements of this standard or, alternatively, a Statement of Exceptions specifically describing each aspect of the completed apparatus that is not fully compliant with the requirements of this standard at the time of delivery.

The Statement of Exceptions shall contain, for each noncompliant aspect of the apparatus or missing required item, the following information:

(1) A separate specification of the section of the applicable standard for which compliance is lacking

(2) A description of the particular aspect of the apparatus that is not in compliance therewith or required equipment that is missing

(3) A description of the further changes or modifications to the delivered apparatus that must be completed to achieve full compliance

(4) Identification of the entity that will be responsible for making the necessary post delivery changes or modifications or for supplying and installing any missing required equipment to the apparatus to achieve full compliance with this standard

Prior to, or at the time of, delivery of the apparatus, the Statement of Exceptions shall be signed by an authorized agent of the entity responsible for final assembly of the apparatus and by an authorized agent of the purchasing entity, indicating mutual understanding and agreement between the parties regarding the substance thereof.

An apparatus that is delivered subject to a Statement of Exceptions other than a certification of full compliance shall not be placed in emergency service until the apparatus has been modified as necessary to accomplish full compliance with this standard.

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CARRYING CAPACITY

The GAWR and the GCWR or GVWR of the chassis shall be adequate to carry the weight of the completed vehicle when loaded to its estimated in-service weight. The Body Manufacturer shall establish the estimated in service weight during the design of the vehicle

The estimated in-service weight shall include the following:

(1) The chassis, body, and tank(s)

(2) Full fuel, lubricant, and other chassis or component fluid tanks or reservoirs

(3) Full water and other agent tanks

(4) *250 lb (114 kg) in each seating position

(5) Fixed equipment such as pumps, aerial devices, generators, reels, and air systems as installed

(6) Ground ladders, suction hose, designed hose load in their hose beds and on their reels

(7) An allowance for miscellaneous equipment that is the greatest of the values for type of vehicle per NFPA

1901, a Purchaser provided list of equipment to be carried with weights, or a Purchaser specified miscellaneous equipment allowance.

The Body Manufacturer shall engineer and design the vehicle such that the completed unit, when loaded to it's estimated in-service weight, with all movable weights distributed as close as is practical to their intended in-service configuration, does not exceed the GVWR.

A final Body Manufacturer’s certification of the GVWR or GCWR, along with a certification of each GAWR, shall be supplied on a label affixed to the vehicle.

Equipment Allowance

Apparatus Type

Special Service Fire

Apparatus

Equipt. Storage Area

Minimum of 120 cu ft

(3.4 cu mt) of enclosed compartmentation.

Apparatus Size

40,001 lb to 50,000 lb

(18,001 kg to 23,000 kg)

GVWR

lb.

6,000

kg.

2,700

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TESTING

ROAD TEST

Road test shall be conducted in accordance with this section to verify that the completed apparatus is capable of compliance with Roadability Section.

The tests shall be conducted at a location and in a manner that does not violate local, state or provincial, or federal traffic laws.

The tests shall be conducted on dry, level, paved roads that are in good condition. The apparatus shall be loaded to its estimated in service weight.

The engine shall not operate in excess of the maximum governed speed. Acceleration tests shall consist of two runs in opposite directions over the same route. The fire apparatus shall attain a speed of 35 mph (55 km/hr) from a standing start within 25 seconds. The fire apparatus shall attain a minimum top speed of 50 mph (80 km/hr).

If the apparatus is equipped with an auxiliary braking system, the manufacturer shall road test the system to confirm that the system is functioning as intended by the auxiliary braking system manufacturer.

If the apparatus is equipped with an air brake system, the service brakes shall bring the apparatus, when loaded to it's

GVWR, to a complete stop from an initial speed of 20 mph (32.2 km/hr) in a distance not exceeding 35 ft (10.7 m) by actual measurement on a paved, level, dry surface road that is free of loose material, oil, or grease.

If the apparatus is equipped with a hydraulic brake system, the service brakes shall bring the apparatus, when loaded to its GVWR, to a complete stop from an initial speed of 30 mph (48.2 km/hr) in a distance not exceeding 88 ft (26.8 m) by actual measurement on a paved, level, dry surface road that is free of loose material, oil, or grease.

LOW VOLTAGE - ELECTRICAL SYSTEM PERFORMANCE TEST

The vehicles low voltage electrical system shall be tested and certified by the manufacturer. The certified test results shall be delivered with the completed vehicle. Tests shall be performed when the air temperature is between 0°F and 110°F (–

18°C and 43°C).

TEST SEQUENCE

The following three (3) tests shall be performed in the order in which they appear below. Before each test, the batteries shall be fully charged until the voltage stabilizes at the voltage regulator set point and the lowest charge current is maintained for 10 minutes. Failure of any of these tests shall require a repeat of the sequence.

1. RESERVE CAPACITY TEST

The engine shall be started and kept running until the engine and engine compartment temperatures are stabilized at normal operating temperatures and the battery system is fully charged. The engine shall be shut off, and the minimum continuous electrical load shall be activated for 10 minutes.

All electrical loads shall be turned off prior to attempting to restart the engine. The battery system shall then be capable of restarting the engine. Failure to restart the engine shall be considered a test failure of the battery system.

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2. ALTERNATOR PERFORMANCE TEST

TEST AT IDLE

The minimum continuous electrical load shall be activated with the engine running at idle speed. The engine temperature shall be stabilized at normal operating temperature. The battery system shall be tested to detect the presence of battery discharge current. The detection of battery discharge current shall be considered a test failure.

TEST AT FULL LOAD

The total continuous electrical load shall be activated with the engine running up to the engine manufacturer’s governed speed. The test duration shall be a minimum of 2 hours. Activation of the load management system shall be permitted during this test.

An alarm sounded by excessive battery discharge, as detected by the warning system required in 13.3.4, or a system voltage of less than 11.8 V dc for a 12 V nominal system, 23.6 V dc for a 24 V nominal system, or 35.4 V dc for a 42 V nominal system for more than 120 seconds shall be considered a test failure.

3. LOW VOLTAGE ALARM TEST

The following test shall be started with the engine off and the battery voltage at or above 12 V for a 12 V nominal system,

24 V for a 24 V nominal system, or 36 V for a 42 V nominal system.

With the engine shut off, the total continuous electrical load shall be activated and shall continue to be applied until the excessive battery discharge alarm activates. The battery voltage shall be measured at the battery terminals.

The test shall be considered a failure if the alarm does not sound in less than 140 seconds after the voltage drops to

11.70 V for a 12 V nominal system, 23.4 V dc for a 24 V nominal system, or 35.1 V for a 42 V nominal system.

The battery system shall then be able to restart the engine. Failure to restart the engine shall be considered a test failure.

LOW VOLTAGE - ELECTRICAL SYSTEM PERFORMANCE TEST

DOCUMENTATION

The manufacturer shall deliver the following with the fire apparatus:

(1) Documentation of the electrical system performance tests

(2) A written electrical load analysis, including the following:

(a) The nameplate rating of the alternator

(b) The alternator rating

(c) Each of the component loads specified that make up the minimum continuous electrical load

(d) Additional electrical loads that, when added to the minimum continuous electrical load, determine the total continuous electrical load

(e) Each individual intermittent electrical load.

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UL 120/240 VAC CERTIFICATION

The 120/240 volt electrical system shall be tested and certified by Underwriters Laboratories, to perform as listed below;

The prime mover shall be started from a cold start condition, and the unloaded voltage and frequency shall be recorded.

The line voltage electrical system shall be loaded to at least 100 % of the continuous rated wattage stated on the power source specification label. Testing with a resistive load bank shall be permitted.

The power source shall be operated in the manner specified by the apparatus manufacturer as documented on instruction plates or in operation manuals. The power source shall be operated at a minimum of 100 % of the continuous rated wattage as stated on the power source specification label for a minimum of 2 hours.

The load shall be adjusted to maintain the output wattage at or above the continuous rated wattage during the entire 2hour test.

The following conditions shall be recorded at least every 1/2 hour during the test:

(1) The power source output voltage, frequency, and amperes

(2) The prime mover’s oil pressure, water temperature, and transmission temperature, if applicable

(3) The power source hydraulic fluid temperature, if applicable

(4) The ambient temperature and power source air inlet temperature

The following conditions shall be recorded once during the test for power sources driven by dedicated auxiliary internal combustion engines:

(1) Altitude

(2) Barometric pressure

(3) Relative humidity

If the generator is driven by the chassis engine and the generator allows for operation at variable speeds, the chassis engine speed shall be reduced to the lowest rpm allowed for generator operation and the voltage and frequency shall be recorded.

The load shall be removed, and the unloaded voltage and frequency shall be recorded.

Voltage shall be maintained within ±10 % of the voltage stated on the power source specification label during the entire test. Frequency shall be maintained within ±3 Hz of the frequency stated on the power source specification label during the entire test.

The total continuous electrical loads, excluding those loads associated with the equipment defined in NFPA

22.15.7.3.11.2, shall be applied during the testing unless an auxiliary engine drives the power source.

If the apparatus is equipped with a fire pump, the 2-hour certification test of the power source shall be completed with the fire pump pumping at 100 % capacity at 150 psi (1000 kPa) net pump pressure. The test shall be permitted to be run concurrently with the pump certification test.

DOCUMENTATION

The manufacturer shall deliver the following with the fire apparatus:

(1) The results of each test shall be recorded on an appropriate form and provided with the delivery of the fire apparatus.

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DIELECTRIC VOLTAGE WITHSTAND TEST

The line voltage wiring and permanently connected devices and equipment shall be subjected to a dielectric voltage withstand test of 900 volts for 1 minute. The testing shall be performed after all body work has been completed.

The test shall be conducted as follows:

(1) Isolate the power source from the panel board and disconnect any solid state low voltage components.

(2) Connect one lead of the dielectric tester to all the hot and neutral buses tied together.

(3) Connect the other lead to the fire apparatus frame or body.

(4) Close any switches and circuit breakers in the circuit(s).

(5) Apply the dielectric voltage for 1 minute in accordance with the testing equipment manufacturer’s instructions.

The electrical polarity of all permanently wired equipment, cord reels, and receptacles shall be tested to verify that wiring connections have been properly made.

Electrical continuity shall be verified from the chassis or body to all line voltage electrical enclosures, light housings, motor housings, light poles, switch boxes, and receptacle ground connections that are accessible to fire fighters in normal operations.

If the apparatus is equipped with a transfer switch, it shall be tested to verify operation and that all non grounded conductors are switched.

Electrical light towers, floodlights, motors, fixed appliances, and portable generators shall be operated at their full rating or capacity for 30 minutes to ensure proper operation.

WARRANTY

A full statement shall be provided of the warranties for the vehicle(s) being bid. Warranties should clearly describe the terms under which the vehicle manufacturer accepts responsibility for the cost to repair defects caused by faulty design, quality of work or material, and for the applicable period of time after delivery.

Cost of repairs refers to all costs related thereto including, but not limited to, the cost of materials, and the cost of labor.

The Body Manufacturer shall warrant all materials and accessories used on the vehicle(s), whether fabricated by manufacturer or purchased from an outside source, and will deal directly with the Edmonton Fire Department on all warranty work.

GENERAL LIMITED WARRANTY - ONE (1) YEAR

The vehicle shall be free of defects in material and workmanship for a period of one (1) year or 12,000 miles, whichever occurs first starting thirty (30) days after the original invoice date.

The contractor must be the "single source" coordinator of all warranties on the vehicle.

LOW VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL WARRANTY - FIVE (5) YEARS

The vehicle low voltage electrical system shall be free of defects in material and workmanship for a period of five (5) years or 60,000 miles, whichever occurs first, starting thirty (30) days after the original invoice date.

STRUCTURAL WARRANTY - TEN (10) YEARS

The body shall be free of structural or design failure or workmanship for a period of ten (10) years, or 100,000 miles whichever occurs first, starting thirty (30) days after the original invoice date.

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PAINT LIMITED WARRANTY - TEN (10) YEARS

The body shall be free of bubbling, or peeling as a result of a defect in the method of manufacture for a period of ten (10) years, or 100,000 miles whichever occurs first, starting thirty (30) days after the original invoice date.

CONSTRUCTION PERIOD

The completed vehicle shall be delivered within one hundred eighty (180) days after receipt of a purchase order, or contract.

Contractor shall not be held liable for delays of chassis delivery due to accidents, strikes, floods or other events not subject to their control. Contractor shall provide immediate written notice to Edmonton Fire Department as to delays and to what extent these delays have in completing vehicle within the stated construction time period.

OVERALL HEIGHT

The overall height (OAH) of the vehicle shall be approximately 129" (10' - 9") from the ground. This measurement shall be taken on flat ground with the tires properly inflated, in the unloaded condition, at that highest point of the vehicle.

OVERALL LENGTH

The overall length (OAL) of the vehicle shall be approximately 424" (35' - 4").

INSPECTION TRIPS

The financial responsibility of the inspection trips will lie in the hands of the Edmonton Fire Department.

DELIVERY AND DEMONSTRATION

The contractor is to be responsible for the delivery of the completed unit to the Edmonton Fire Departments location. On initial delivery of the apparatus, the contractor is to supply a qualified representative to demonstrate the apparatus and provide initial instruction to representatives of the Edmonton Fire Department regarding the operation, care, and maintenance of the apparatus and equipment supplied at the Edmonton Fire Departments location. Training is to be conducted at the in Edmonton for the Emergency Response Department and Mobile Equipment Training and Mechanical staff - 1½ days for mechanical staff and 1 day for training staff. Training materials will include apparatus manual and/CDs and/or DVD's.

The delivery engineer/tech is to set delivery and instruction schedule with the person appointed by Edmonton Fire

Department.

After delivery of the apparatus, the Edmonton Fire Department will be responsible for ongoing training of its personnel to proficiency regarding the proper and safe use of the apparatus and associated equipment as defined in NFPA 1002,

Standard for Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Professional Qualifications, and NFPA 1500, Standard on Fire Department

Occupational Safety and Health Program.

ALBERTA CSA INSPECTION

The vendor will be responsible for obtaining and arranging for the completed unit is to undergo a CSA electrical inspection to be completed by a representative of the Alberta CSA Inspection Branch once the vehicle arrives in Edmonton.

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MODEL

The chassis shall be a Gladiator model. The cab and chassis shall include design considerations for multiple emergency vehicle applications, rapid transit and maneuverability. The chassis shall be manufactured for heavy duty service with the strength and capacity to support a fully laden apparatus, one hundred (100) percent of the time.

MODEL YEAR

The chassis shall have a vehicle identification number that reflects a 2009 model year.

COUNTRY OF SERVICE

The chassis shall be put in service in the country of Canada (CAN).

APPARATUS TYPE

The apparatus shall be a rescue vehicle designed for emergency service use which shall include the functions of a multipurpose vehicle which primarily provides support services at emergency scenes.

VEHICLE TYPE

The chassis shall be manufactured for use as a straight truck type vehicle and designed for the installation of a permanently mounted apparatus behind the cab. The apparatus of the vehicle shall be supplied and installed by the apparatus manufacturer.

AXLE CONFIGURATION

The chassis shall feature a 4 X 2 axle configuration consisting of a single rear drive axle with a single front steer axle.

GROSS AXLE WEIGHT RATINGS FRONT

The front gross axle weight rating (GAWR) of the chassis shall be 21,500 pounds.

This front gross axle weight rating shall be adequate to carry the weight of the completed apparatus including all equipment and personnel.

GROSS AXLE WEIGHT RATINGS REAR

The rear gross axle weight rating (GAWR) of the chassis shall be 24,000 pounds.

This rear gross axle weight rating shall be adequate to carry the weight of the completed apparatus including all equipment and personnel.

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CAB STYLE

The cab shall be a custom, enclosed model, built specifically for the fire service by a company specializing in cab and chassis design for all fire service applications.

The cab shall be manufactured for heavy-duty service utilizing adequate strength and capacity for the application of protecting firefighters. The cab shall be of a modular design offering improved strength, durability and reduced weight.

The modular design shall allow for faster, less costly replacement of components. Per pound, sheet panel aluminum extrusions offer a higher tensile strength, 45,000 PSI, and yield strength, 40,000 PSI, than that of lower grade sheet such as 3003-H13. For this reason, the cab shall be of aluminum extrusion construction, which shall offer superior strength and the truest, flattest surface ensuring less expensive paint repairs if needed.

The method of cab construction shall use a process incorporating techniques outlined in accordance with the American

Welding Society D1.1-96 requirements for structural steel welding. All aluminum welding shall be completed to the

American Welding Society and ANSI D1.2-96 requirements for structural welding of aluminum.

To provide a superior finish by reducing welds that fatigue cab metal; the roof, the rear wall and side panels shall be assembled using proven industrial adhesives, designed specifically for aluminum fabrication, which exceed the strength of a weld, for construction.

All interior and exterior seams shall be sealed for optimum noise reduction in addition to the most favorable efficiency for heating and cooling retention.

The cab shall be constructed of 5052-H32 Marine Grade, one hundred percent primary aluminum plate. A single formed, one (1) piece extrusion, manufactured from 6061-T6 100 percent primary one- quarter inch thick aluminum shall be used for the “A” pillar adding strength and rigidity to the cab as well as additional roll-over protection. The cab side wall skins and shall be 0.125 inch thick, the rear wall and roof skin shall be 0.19 inch thick, the front skin shall be 0.125 inch thick.

The cab shall incorporate tongue and groove fitted 6061-T6 0.25 inch thick aluminum extrusions for extreme duty situations. The cab shall include multi-layer composite insulation for improved cab heating and cooling in addition to noise reduction.

Proposals offering products built with anything less than the alloy-temper mentioned or from any other material, other than aluminum, shall not be considered. Additionally, any cabs utilizing recycled or recovered aluminum plate or extrusion products shall not be considered due impurities in the composition leading to a lack of strength.

The cab shall incorporate a fully enclosed design, allowing for a spacious cab area with no partition between the front and rear sections of the cab. The walls of the vehicle shall include roof supports allowing for an open design. The outside dimension of the cab shall be 96.00 inches wide with a minimum interior width of 90.00 inches.

The cab overall length shall be 143.88 inches in length with 67.50 inches from the centerline of the front of the axle to the back of the cab. The cab shall offer an interior height of 58.00 inches from the front floor to the headliner and a rear floor to headliner height of 75.00 inches in the crew area, at a minimum. All interior measurements shall include the area within the interior trimmed surfaces and not to any unfinished surface.

In order to offer the optimum amount of cab space to occupants, there shall be no consideration given for any cab unable to comply with the minimum measurements for interior cab space as listed.

The cab shall include a driver and officer area with two (2) cab door openings. The front door opening shall offer a clear door opening of 43.00 inches wide X 56.00 inches high. The rear door opening shall offer a clear door opening of 34.00 inches wide X 85.00 inches high. This style of cab shall also include a crew area offering up to ten (10) seating positions.

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The cab shall incorporate a two (2) step configuration from the ground to the cab floor for each door opening. The lower step shall be constructed of heavy duty safety grating which meets or exceeds Federal Specification RRG-1602-latest revision and performs under dry, greasy, muddy, soapy and icy conditions and offers open drainage.

The first step for the driver and officer area shall measure 11.44 inches deep X 31.13 inches wide. The intermediate step shall measure 8.75 inches deep X 33.00 inches wide. The height from the first step to the intermediate step and the intermediate step to the cab floor shall not exceed 11.00 inches.

The first step for the crew area shall measure 12.13 inches deep X 20.44 inches wide. The intermediate step shall measure 10.50 inches deep X 23.00 inches wide. The height from the first step to the intermediate step and the intermediate step to the cab floor shall not exceed 12.50 inches.

CAB FRONT FASCIA

The front cab fascia shall be constructed of 5052-H32 Marine Grade, 0.090 of an inch thick, one hundred percent primary aluminum plate which shall be an integral part of the cab.

The cab fascia will encompass the entire front of the aluminum cab structure from the bottom of the windshield to the bottom of the cab and shall be the “Classic” design.

The front cab fascia shall include two (2) molded plastic modules on each side accommodating a total of up to four (4)

Hi/Low beam headlights and two (2) turn signal lights or up to four (4) warning lights. A chrome plated molded plastic bezel shall be provided on each side around each set of four lamps.

FRONT GRILLE

The front cab fascia shall include a classic box style, 304 stainless steel front grille with a Spartan logo. The grille shall measure 44.45 inches wide at the top of tapering to 39.30 inches wide at the bottom X 33.50 inches high X 1.50 inches deep.

The grille shall include a minimum free air intake of 632.90 square inches shall be installed on the front of the cab.

The upper portion of the grille shall be hinged at the bottom so it can be opened to allow easy access for examination of the windshield wiper motor, linkage and other options mounted within that area. The upper portion of the grille shall be secured with two (2) flush push button latches.

CAB PAINT EXTERIOR

The cab shall be painted prior to the installation of glass accessories and all other cab trim to ensure complete paint coverage and the maximum in corrosion protection of all metal surfaces.

All metal surfaces on the entire cab shall be ground by disc to remove any surface oxidation or surface debris which may hinder the paint adhesion. Once the surface is machine ground a high quality acid etching of base primer shall be applied. Upon the application of body fillers and their preparation, the cab shall be primed with a coating designed for corrosion resistance and surface paint adhesion. The maximum thickness of the primer coat shall be 2.00 mils.

The entire cab shall then be coated with an intermediate solid or epoxy surfacing agent that is designed to fill any minor surface defects, provide an adhesive bond between the primer and the paint and improve the color and gloss retention of the color. The finish to this procedure shall be a sanding of the cab with 360 grit paper, the seams shall be sealed with

SEM brand seam sealer and painted with two (2) to four (4) coats of an acrylic urethane type system designed to retain color and resist acid rain and most atmospheric chemicals found on the fire ground or emergency scene.

The cab shall then be painted with the specific color designated by the customer with a minimum thickness of 2.00 mils of paint, followed by a clear top coat not to exceed 2.00 mils.

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CAB PAINT MANUFACTURER

The cab shall be painted with PPG Industries paint.

CAB PAINT PRIMARY/LOWER COLOR

The lower paint color shall be PPG FBCH 71665 Red.

CAB PAINT WARRANTY

The cab and chassis shall be covered by a limited manufacturer paint warranty which shall be in effect for ten (10) years from the first owners date of purchase or in service or the first 100,000 actual miles, whichever occurs first.

CAB ENGINE TUNNEL

The cab interior shall include a fixed type engine tunnel cover sized to accommodate an engine with a smaller block or an engine which has a large block. The engine tunnel shall be an integral part of the cab constructed of 5052-H32 Marine

Grade, .190 of an inch thick, one hundred percent primary aluminum plate. The tunnel shall be a maximum of 41.50 inches wide X 29.00 inches high.

The engine tunnel shall be insulated with multi-layer insulating material, consisting of foam, a sound barrier of 1.0 pounds per square foot with a facing which resists heat transfer. This insulation shall be held in place by adhesive, aluminum stick pins and retention caps. Any exposed insulation seams and edges shall be sealed reducing moisture and debris.

CAB ENTRY DOORS

The cab shall include a driver and officer area with two cab door openings which offer a clear door opening of 40.75 inches wide.

The doors shall be constructed of extruded aluminum with a nominal thickness of .125 inch. The exterior skins shall be constructed of .125 inch aluminum plate. The cab shall include four (4) entry doors as high as possible for ease of entering and egress when outfitted with an SCBA.

All cab and crew doors shall be of substantial weight for the optimum strength and rigidity for the best performance in all cab crash testing. Any cab with front and crew doors manufactured of less than the material thickness of .125 inch in both the extrusion and exterior skin shall not be considered.

The doors shall include a double rolled style automotive rubber seal around the perimeter of each door frame and door edge which ensures a weather tight fit.

All door hinges shall be hidden within flush mounted cab doors for a pleasing smooth appearance and perfect fit along each side of the cab. Each hinge shall be .375 inch piano style and be constructed of stainless steel.

The piano style hinge and hidden flush mounted door is the most favorable construction keeping dirt and debris out of the hinge allowing for optimum operation throughout the lifetime of the door.

Proposals offering door hinge thickness any less than stated shall not be considered.

Proposals including doors that do not comply with the flush mounting as described or those including exposed hinges shall not be considered.

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CAB ENTRY DOOR TYPE

All cab entry doors shall be full length in design to fully enclose the lower cab steps.

LH EXTERIOR REAR COMPARTMENT

The cab shall offer an exterior compartment on the left side of the cab behind the rear door. The compartment opening shall be 10.00 inches wide X 21.19 inches high. The compartment size shall be 11.34 inches wide X 21.19 inches high X

21.19 inches deep. The compartment shall have a 10.63 inch wide, 32.00 inch high and 1.50 inch thick hinged box pan style flush mount door with a locking bent D-ring slam latch. There shall be a switch to activate the open compartment warning light in the cab in the event the door is left ajar.

LH EXTERIOR REAR COMPARTMENT LIGHTING

There shall be one (1) SoundOff Signal brand LED strip light installed to illuminate the exterior rear compartment on the left side of the cab. The strip light shall be 10” long and shall include three (3) bright white Gen3 LEDs for long life and low amp draw.

LH EXTERIOR COMPARTMENT INTERIOR FINISH

The interior of the left hand exterior compartment shall have a DA sanded finish.

RH EXTERIOR REAR COMPARTMENT

The cab shall offer an exterior compartment on the right side of the cab behind the rear door. The compartment opening shall be 10.00 inches wide X 21.19 inches high. The compartment size shall be 11.34 inches wide X 21.19 inches high X

21.19 inches deep. The compartment shall have a 10.63 inch wide, 32.00 inch high and 1.50 inch thick hinged box pan style flush mount door with a locking bent D-ring slam latch. There shall be a switch to activate the open compartment warning light in the cab in the event the door is left ajar.

RH EXTERIOR REAR COMPARTMENT LIGHTING

There shall be one (1) SoundOff Signal brand LED strip light installed to illuminate the exterior rear compartment on the right side of the cab. The strip light shall be 10” long and shall include three (3) bright white Gen3 LEDs for long life and low amp draw.

RH EXTERIOR COMPARTMENT INTERIOR FINISH

The interior of the right hand exterior compartment shall have a DA sanded finish.

CAB STRUCTURAL WARRANTY

The cab structure shall be warranted for a period of ten (10) years or one hundred thousand (100,000) miles which ever may occur first. Warranty conditions may apply and shall be listed in the detailed warranty document that shall be provided upon request.

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CAB TEST INFORMATION

The cab shall have successfully achieved survival of the International crash test ECE-29, Addendum 28, Revision 1 as indicated below.

As part of the ECE regulation 29 test, the frontal area of the cab is struck by a 3,700 pound pendulum weight. The weight is brought back to a sixty degree angle and then the weight is released and allowed to swing forward, imparting some

32,600 lbs/ft of force to the cab front face.

The cab shall be so constructed that after the test, there will be minimal intrusion of the cab structure into the passenger area. The doors shall remain usable for both entry and exit. Also, as part of the test the cab roof must withstand a static load bearing test. The cab shall withstand a weight of over 60,000 pounds without permanent damage or collapse.

The above tests shall be witnessed by and attested to by an independent third party. The test results shall be recorded on/by cameras, high speed imagers, accelerometers and strain gauges. Documentation of the testing shall be provided upon request.

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

The chassis shall include a single starting electrical system which shall include a 12 volt direct current Weldon brand of multiplexing system, suppressed per SAE J551. The wiring shall be appropriate gauge cross link with 311 degree

Fahrenheit insulation. All SAE wires in the chassis shall be color coded and shall include the circuit number and function where possible. The wiring shall be protected by 275 degree Fahrenheit minimum high temperature flame retardant loom.

All nodes and sealed Deutsch connectors shall be waterproof.

APPARATUS WIRING PROVISION

An apparatus wiring panel shall be installed on the officer side bulkhead below the dash which shall include eight (8) open circuits consisting of three (3) 20 amp, one (1) 30 amp, three (3) 10 amp, and one (1) 15 amp circuit, with relays and breakers with trigger wires which shall be routed to the rocker switch panel.

MULTIPLEX DISPLAY

The multiplex electrical system shall include a Weldon Vista III display which shall be located on the left side of the dash in the switch panel. The Vista III shall feature a full color LCD display screen which includes a message bar displaying the time of day, the current ambient outside temperature and important messages requiring acknowledgement by the user which shall all be displayed on the top of the screen in the order they are received. There shall be virtual controls for the auto climate control and on-board diagnostics. The display screen shall be video ready for back- up cameras, thermal cameras, and DVD.

The Vista III display shall measure approximately 10.38 inches wide X 7.50 inches overall. The display shall offer varying fonts and background colors. The display shall be fully programmable to the needs of the customer and shall offer virtually infinite flexibility for screen configuration options.

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VEHICLE DATA RECORDER

The chassis shall have a Weldon Vehicle Data Recorder system installed. The system shall be designed to meet NFPA

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1901 and shall be integrated with the Weldon Multiplex electrical system. The following information shall be recorded:

Vehicle Speed

Acceleration

Deceleration

Engine Speed

Engine Throttle Position

ABS Event

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Seat Occupied Status

Seat Belt Status

Master Optical Warning Device Switch Position

Time

· Date

Each portion of the data shall be recorded at the specified intervals and stored for the specified length of time to meet

NFPA 1901 guidelines and shall be retrievable by connecting a laptop computer to the VDR system.

POWER & GROUND STUD

A 40 amp battery direct power and ground stud shall be provided and installed in the electrical distribution panel. The stud shall be size #10 and protected with a 40 amp circuit breaker.

EXTERIOR ELECTRICAL TERMINAL COATING

All terminals exposed to the elements will be sprayed with a yellow protective rubberized coating to prevent corrosion.

ENGINE

The power plant for the vehicle shall offer proven performance and reliability while meeting all 2007 Federal diesel-engine emission requirements. During acceleration, the electronically actuated variable geometry turbocharger (VGT) shall automatically and precisely boost output across the operating range for improved throttle response and greatly reduced turbo lag. The VGT shall optimize airflow during Jake operation which shall offer increased auxiliary engine braking performance.

The Detroit Diesel engine shall achieve the oxides of nitrogen by 55 percent and particulate matter by 90 percent. The

Detroit Diesel shall achieve the nitrogen oxide target by optimizing the existing exhaust gas recirculation system.

Particulates shall be reduced with the after treatment system, comprised of a Diesel Oxidation Catalyst and a Diesel

Particulate Filter (DPF). The engine manufacturer shall be responsible for total engine emissions by the addition of maintenance free crankcase breather and oil separator. The centrifugal oil separator shall send oil droplets back to the sump which shall emit a much cleaner vapor.

The Series 60 engine shall include an advanced fuel system which shall add performance and cleanliness to the engine.

Dual solenoid Electronic Unit Ejectors shall provide exact fuel and metering and enable independent injection pressure control. This system shall have multiple injection capability to maintain performance advantages and improved sound quality. The Series 60 shall be rated at 445 HP at 1800 RPM and shall be governed at 2100 RPM with 1450 foot pounds of torque with peak torque occurring at 1200 RPM for rapid off the line acceleration. The engine shall have an 855 cubic inch displacement (14 Liters).

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The Series 60 shall include a DDEC VI engine management system. The DDEC VI shall employ a powerful microprocessor, increased memory and enhanced diagnostics. The DDEC VI shall be capable of managing all engine functions and shall be a key strategy in greater operating efficiency and cleaner exhaust emissions. A wiring harness shall be supplied ending at the back of the cab. The harness shall include a connector which shall allow an optional harness for the pump panel. The included circuits shall be provided for a tachometer, oil pressure, engine temperature, hand throttle, high idle and a PSG system. A circuit for J1939 data link shall also be provided at the back of the cab.

The engine shall include Citgo brand Citgard 500, or equivalent SAE 15W40 CJ4 low ash engine oil which shall be utilized for proper engine lubrication.

ENGINE PROGRAMMING HIGH IDLE SPEED

The engine high idle control shall maintain the engine idle at approximately 1250 RPM when engaged.

ENGINE HIGH IDLE CONTROL

The vehicle shall be equipped with an automatic high-idle speed control. It shall be pre-set so when activated, it will operate the engine at the appropriate RPM to increase alternator output. This device shall operate only when the master switch is activated and the transmission is in neutral with the parking brake set. The device shall disengage when the operator depresses the brake pedal, or the transmission is placed in gear, and shall be available to manually or automatically re-engage when the brake is released, or when the transmission is placed in neutral. There shall be an indication on the Vista screen for the high idle speed control.

ENGINE PROGRAMMING ROAD SPEED GOVERNOR

The engine shall include programming which will govern the top speed of the vehicle.

FLUID FILLS

The front of the chassis shall accommodate fluid fills for the engine oil and the windshield washer fluid though the grille.

This area shall also accommodate checks for the engine oil.

ELECTRONIC ENGINE OIL LEVEL INDICATOR

The engine oil shall be monitored electronically and shall send a signal to activate a warning in the instrument panel when levels fall below normal. The warning shall activate in a low oil situation upon turning on the master battery and ignition switches without the engine running.

ENGINE BLOCK HEATER

A Kim Hotstart 1000 watt, 120 volt engine coolant heater with automatic thermostat shall be installed. The block heater shall be connected to the electrical inlet.

EMERGENCY ENGINE SHUTDOWN SYSTEM

An emergency engine shutdown, which shuts off the air supply to the engine by activating a flapper valve to stop a runaway engine, shall be installed in the air intake system. It shall be activated by a locking rocker switch located on the rocker switch panel.

Resetting this flapper valve shall require manually resetting the rocker switch and turning the lever on the air intake flapper valve. Refer to the chassis operator manual for complete instructions for resetting the air intake flapper valve.

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ENGINE WARRANTY

The Detroit Diesel engine shall be warranted for a period of five (5) years or 100,000 miles, whichever occurs first.

ENGINE PROGRAMMING REMOTE THROTTLE

The engine ECM (Electronic Control Module) discreet wire remote throttle circuit shall be turned off for use with a J1939 based pump controller or when the discreet wire remote throttle controls are not required.

ENGINE PROGRAMMING IDLE SPEED

The engine low idle speed will be programmed at 700 rpm.

ENGINE FAN DRIVE

The engine cooling system fan shall incorporate a thermostatically controlled, Horton clutched type fan drive.

When the clutched fan is disengaged it shall facilitate improved vehicle performance, cab heating in cold climates, and fuel economy. The fan clutch design shall be fail safe so that if the clutch drive fails the fan shall engage to prevent engine overheating due to the fan clutch failure.

ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM

There shall be a heavy-duty aluminum cooling system designed to meet the demands of the fire industry. The cooling system shall have the capacity to keep the engine properly cooled under all conditions of road and pumping operations.

The cooling system shall be designed and tested to meet or exceed the requirements specified by the engine and transmission manufacturer and all EPA requirements. The complete cooling system shall utilize heavy-duty welds and be mounted to isolate the entire system from vibration or stress. The individual cores of the cooling system shall be mounted in a manner to allow expansion and contraction at various rates without inducing stress into the adjoining cores.

The cooling system shall be comprised of a stacked, single depth package that provides the maximum cooling capacity for the specified engine as well as offers excellent serviceability. The main components shall include a surge tank, a charge air cooler, a recirculation shield, and a radiator.

There shall be a single depth core that allows greater efficiency, enhanced serviceability, and lighter weight with a higher ambient capability.

The cooling package core shall be protected by a radiator skid plate and not protrude below the frame of the vehicle by more that 3.5 inches. This feature shall provide an improved angle of approach thereby reducing possible damage.

The radiator shall be a cross-flow design constructed completely of aluminum with welded side tanks. The radiator shall include a minimum of a 910 square inch core and shall be bolted to the bottom of the charge air cooler to allow a single depth core, thus allowing a more efficient and serviceable cooling system. The radiator shall be equipped with a drain cock to drain the coolant for serviceability.

The cooling system shall include a one piece injected molded Polymer fan blade designed to provide long life in harsh environments. Polymer fans provide a significant weight reduction over metal fans providing longer life for fan clutch linings and bearings along with increased fan belt life.

The cooling system shall be equipped with a surge tank that is capable of removing entrained air from the system. The surge tank shall be equipped with a low coolant probe and sight glass to monitor the level of the coolant. The surge tank shall have a cap that meets the engine manufactures pressure requirements as well as the system design requirements.

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All radiator tubes shall be formed from aluminized steel tubing. Recirculation shields shall be installed where required to prevent heated air from reentering the cooling package and affecting performance. When a center bumper compartment is installed an additional shield may be required to redirect the airflow into the coolers.

The charge air cooler shall be a cross-flow design constructed completely of aluminum with welded side tanks. The charge air cooler shall have a minimum of a 473 square inch core and be bolted to the top of the radiator to allow a single depth core, thus allowing a more efficient and serviceable cooling system.

All charge air cooler tubes shall be formed from aluminized steel tubing and installed with silicone hump hoses and stainless steel “constant torque” style clamps meeting the engine manufactures requirements.

ENGINE COOLANT

The cooling package shall include Extended Life Coolant (ELC). The use of ELC provides longer intervals between coolant changes over standard coolants providing improved performance. The coolant shall contain a 50/50 mix of ethylene glycol and de-ionized water to keep the coolant from freezing to a temperature of -34 degrees F.

Proposals offering supplemental coolant additives (SCA) shall not be considered, as this is part of the extended life coolant makeup.

ENGINE COOLANT FILTER

An engine coolant filter with a shut-off valve for the inlet and outlet shall be installed on the chassis. The location of the filter shall allow for easy maintenance.

Proposals offering engines equipped with coolant filters shall be supplied with standard non-chemical type particulate filters.

ELECTRONIC COOLANT LEVEL INDICATOR

The instrument panel shall feature a low engine coolant indicator light which shall be located in the center of the instrument panel. An audible tone alarm shall also be provided to warn of a low coolant incident.

COOLANT HOSES

The cooling systems hose shall be formed silicone hose and formed aluminized steel tubing and include stainless steel constant torque band clamps.

ENGINE COOLANT OVERFLOW BOTTLE

A remote overflow bottle shall be provided in the case of over filling the coolant system; this is usually done to locate the expansion fluid in the overflow bottle rather than on the ground. The overflow bottle that is used on the system will only be a catch bottle and will not return coolant back to the surge tank. The system is designed with a single seal cap and does not allow the coolant to return to the surge tank.

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ENGINE AIR INTAKE

The engine air intake system shall include an ember separator air intake filter which shall be located in the front of the cab behind the officer side fascia. This filter shall protect the downstream air filter from embers using a combination of unique flat and crimped metal screens constructed into a galvanized steel frame. This multilayered screen shall be designed to trap embers or allow them to burn out before passing through the pack, while creating only minimal air flow restriction through the system. Periodic cleaning or replacement of the screen shall be all that is required after installation.

The engine shall also include an air intake filter which shall be bolted to the frame and located under the front of the cab on the officer side. The dry type filter shall ensure dust and debris safely contained inside the disposable housing, eliminating the chance of contaminating the air intake system during air filter service via a leak-tight seal.

The air flow distribution and dust loading shall be uniform throughout the high-performance filter cone pack, which shall result in pressure differential for improved horsepower and fuel economy. The air intake shall be mounted within easy access via a hinged panel behind the headlight module. The air intake system shall include a restriction indicator light in the warning light cluster on the instrument panel, which shall activate when the air cleaner element requires replacement.

ENGINE EXHAUST SYSTEM

The exhaust system shall include a diesel particulate filter and a diesel oxidation catalyst to meet current EPA standards.

The system shall utilize 0.065 inch thick stainless steel exhaust tubing between the engine turbo and the diesel particulate filter. This section of the exhaust system shall be wrapped with a thermal cover in order to retain the necessary heat for system regeneration. Zero leak clamps seal all system joints between the turbo and diesel particulate filter.

From the diesel particulate filter to the end of the tailpipe the system shall be plumbed with 0.065 inch thick aluminized steel tubing connected with overlapping band style clamps. The discharge shall terminate horizontally on the officer side of the vehicle ahead of the rear tires.

The exhaust system shall be mounted below the frame in the inboard position maximizing space for the body compartments.

ENGINE EXHAUST ACCESSORIES

The exhaust system shall be modified to accept a Nederman 45 degree exhaust extraction system.

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TRANSMISSION

The drive train shall include an Allison Gen IV-E model EVS 4000 torque converting, automatic transmission which shall include electronic controls and an output retarder. The transmission shall feature two (2) 10-bolt PTO pads located on the converter housing.

The transmission shall include two (2) internal oil filters which shall offer Castrol TranSynd™ synthetic TES 295 transmission fluid which shall be utilized in the lubrication of the EVS transmission. An electronic oil level sensor shall be included with the readout located in the shift selector.

The Gen IV-E transmission shall include prognostic diagnostic capabilities. These capabilities shall include the monitoring of the fluid life, filter change indication, and transmission clutch maintenance.

The transmission gear ratios shall be:

1st 3.51:1

2nd 1.91:1

3rd 1.43:1

4th 1.00:1

5th 0.74:1

6th 0.64:1 (if applicable)

Rev 4.80:1

TRANSMISSION MODE PROGRAMMING

The transmission, upon start-up, will automatically select a four (4) speed operation. The fifth speed over drive shall be available with the activation of the mode button on the shifting pad.

TRANSMISSION FEATURE PROGRAMMING

The EVS group package number 127 shall contain the 199 vocational package in consideration of the duty of this apparatus for rescue. This package shall incorporate an automatic neutral with selector override. This feature commands the transmission to neutral when the park brake is applied, regardless of drive range requested on the shift selector. This requires re-selecting drive range to shift out of neutral for the override.

An eight (8) pin Delphi connector will be provided next to the steering column connector. This will contain the following input/output circuits to the transmission control module.

Function ID

C

Description

PTO Request

F

G

S

Aux. Function Range Inhibit (Special)

PTO Enable Output (See Input Function C)

Neutral Indicator for PTO

Signal Return

Wire assignment

143

101/142

130

145

103

ELECTRONIC TRANSMISSION OIL LEVEL INDICATOR

The transmission fluid shall be monitored electronically and shall send a signal to activate a warning in the instrument panel when levels fall below normal.

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TRANSMISSION SHIFT SELECTOR

An Allison pressure sensitive range selector touch pad shall be provided and located to the right of the driver within clear view and easy reach. The shift selector shall provide a prognostic indicator (wrench symbol) on the digital display between the selected and attained indicators. The prognostics monitor various operating parameters to determine and shall alert you when a specific maintenance function is required.

TRANSMISSION RETARDER CONTROL

The Allison transmission retarder control shall be modulated by a one-third at 0% throttle and two- thirds brake pedal actuation and shall include a virtual button on the multiplex display. The activation of the retarder shall activate the brake lights and shall be inactive during pump mode.

TRANSMISSION PRE-SELECT WITH AUXILIARY BRAKE

When the auxiliary brake is engaged, the transmission shall automatically shift to second gear to decrease the rate of speed assisting the secondary braking system and slowing the vehicle.

TRANSMISSION WARRANTY

The Allison EVS series transmission shall be warranted for a period of five (5) years with unlimited mileage. Parts and labor shall be included in the warranty.

TRANSMISSION COOLING SYSTEM

The transmission shall include an air to oil cooler integrated into the lower portion of cooling package. The transmission cooling system shall meet all transmission manufacturer requirements.

The transmission retarder application shall feature a separate water to oil cooling system consisting of a tube bundle cooler installed into the transmission hydraulic circuit to provide additional cooling for the retarder. The tube bundle cooler shall be mounted to the chassis, connected to the engine cooling system plumbing.

LH PTO

A Spartan supplied ten (10) bolt standard duty clutched drive PTO shall be installed on the transmission. Installation shall include mounting of the PTO and wiring the unit with a control switch.

LH PTO MODEL

A ten (10) bolt Chelsea model 277-XGFJP-B5XD heavy duty transmission driven PTO shall be installed. The clutched shifted PTO is designed specifically for the Allison world transmission and provides torque ranges from 250 to 335 lb. ft.

PTO LOCATION

The transmission driven power take off (PTO) shall be mounted in the 8:00 oclock position.

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PTO CONTROL

The left hand power take off shall be controlled by the transmission. It will use a virtual switch on vista with text messages.

Disable is displayed when switch is off. Enable is displayed when the switch is turned on. Active is displayed when the switch is on with positive engagement of the power take off.

Required operating conditions for enabling this function are:

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Throttle position is low

Engine speed is within customer modifiable constant limits

· Output speed is within customer modifiable constant limits

Park brake set

DRIVELINE

All drivelines shall be heavy duty metal tube and equipped with Spicer 1710 series universal joints. The shafts shall be dynamically balanced prior to installation to alleviate future vibration. A splined slip joint shall be provided in each driveshaft and shall be coated with Glide coat®.

FUEL FILTER/WATER SEPARATOR

The fuel system shall have a Fuel Pro 382 fuel filter/water separator as a primary filter. The fuel filter shall have a see through cover to allow visual inspection of fuel and filter condition and a drain valve.

A secondary fuel filter shall be included as approved by the engine manufacturer.

An instrument panel lamp and audible alarm which indicates when water is present in the fuel-water separator shall also be included.

FUEL LINES

The fuel system lines shall be black textile braid covered high tensile steel reinforced wire braided supply and return hoses with steel reusable fittings installed from the tank to engine.

FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE

There shall be two (2) fuel shutoff valves which shall be installed, one (1) in the fuel draw line at the primary fuel filter and one (1) in the fuel draw line at the secondary fuel filter to allow the fuel filter to be changed without loss of fuel to the fuel pump.

A third fuel shutoff valve shall be installed in the fuel draw line, near the fuel tank to allow maintenance to be performed with minimal loss of fuel.

ELECTRIC FUEL PRIMER

A Facet brand electric fuel primer pump shall be provided and include a fuel primer momentary switch located on a panel under the dash to activate the primer pump. A check valve and by-pass system shall be installed for normal draw of fuel for the engine fuel pump.

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FUEL TANK

The fuel tank shall have a minimum capacity of one hundred (100) gallons and measure 35.00 inches wide X 15.00 inches high X 48.00 inches long. The baffled tank shall be made of 14 gauge aluminized steel. The tank exterior is painted with a PRP Corsol™ black anti-corrosive exterior metal treatment finish. This results in a tank which offers the internal and external corrosion resistance.

The fuel tank shall be mounted 2.00 inch below the frame, behind the rear axle. The tank can be easily lowered and removed for service purposes.

The tank shall have a vent port to facilitate venting to the top of the fill neck for rapid filling without "blow-back" and a roll over ball check vent for temperature related fuel expansion and draw.

Dual draw tubes and dual sender ports shall be installed. A 2.00 inch NPT fill ports shall be available for right or left hand fill. A 0.5 inch NPT drain plug shall be centered in the bottom of the tank.

FUEL TANK FILL PORT

The fuel tank fill ports shall be provided with the right fill port located in the rearward position and the left fill ports located one (1) in the forward position and one (1) in the middle position of the fuel tank.

FRONT AXLE

The front axle shall be a Meritor Easy Steer Non drive front axle, model number MFS-20. The axle shall include a 3.74 inch drop and a 71.00 inch king pin intersection (KPI). The axle shall include a conventional style hub with a standard knuckle. The weight capacity for the axle shall be rated to 21,500 pounds FAWR.

FRONT WHEEL BEARING LUBRICATION

The front axle wheel bearings shall be lubricated with clear oil. The oil level can be visually checked via clear inspection windows in the front axle hubs.

FRONT SHOCK ABSORBERS

Two (2) Bilstein inert, nitrogen gas filled shock absorbers shall be provided and installed as part of the suspension system. The shocks shall be a monotubular design and fabricated using a special extrusion method, utilizing a single blank of steel without a welded seam, achieving an extremely tight peak-to-valley tolerance and maintains consistent wall thickness. The monotubular design shall provide superior strength while maximizing heat dissipation and shock life.

The ride afforded through the use of a gas shock is more consistent and shall not deteriorate with heat, the same way a conventional oil filled hydraulic shock would.

The Bilstein front shocks shall include a digressive working piston assembly allowing independent tuning of the compression and rebound damping forces to provide optimum ride and comfort without compromise. The working piston design shall feature fewer parts than most conventional twin tube and “road sensing” shock designs and shall contribute to the durability and long life of the Bilstein shock absorbers.

Proposals offering the use of conventional twin tube or “road sensing” designed shocks shall not be considered.

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FRONT SUSPENSION

The front suspension shall include nine (9), 54.00 inch long and 4.00 inches wide taper leaf springs with a military double wrapped front eye. Both spring eyes shall have a case hardened threaded bushing installed with lubrication counter bore and lubrication land off cross bore with grease fitting. The spring capacity shall be rated at 21,500 pounds.

STEERING COLUMN/ WHEEL

The cab shall include a Douglas Autotech steering column shall be a seven (7) position tilt and 2.25 inch telescopic type with an 18.00 inch steering wheel located on the left side of the cab designating the drivers position. The steering wheel shall be covered with black absorbite padding.

The steering column shall contain a horn button, self-canceling turn signal switch, four-way hazard switch and headlamp dimmer switch.

POWER STEERING PUMP

The hydraulic power steering pump shall be a Vickers 20V and shall be gear driven from the engine. The pump shall be a fixed displacement vane type.

ELECTRONIC POWER STEERING FLUID LEVEL INDICATOR

The power steering fluid shall be monitored electronically and shall send a signal to activate an audible alarm and visual warning in the instrument panel when fluid level falls below normal.

FRONT AXLE CRAMP ANGLE

The chassis shall have a front axle cramp angle of 48 degrees to the left and 44 degrees to the right.

CHASSIS ALIGNMENT

The chassis frame rails shall be measured to insure the length is correct and cross checked to make sure they run parallel and are square to each other. The front and rear axles shall be laser aligned. The front tires and wheels shall be aligned and toe-in set on the front tires by the chassis manufacturer.

The completed apparatus shall be rechecked for proper alignment once the chassis has been fully loaded and before being placed in service.

REAR AXLE

The rear axle shall be a Meritor model number RS-24-160. The axle shall be built of superior construction and quality components to provide the rugged dependability needed to stand up to the fire industrys demands. The axle shall include rectangular shaped, hot-formed housings for extra strength and rigidity. The axles shall also include torsion flow axle shafts that feature a surface hardness which resists fatigue and a resilient core which absorbs shock. There shall be unitized pinion seals within the axle helping to prevent leakage and harmful road contaminants from entering the axle components. The axle shall include a rigid differential case for high axle strength and reduced maintenance.

The axle shall include single reduction gearing and shall have a rated capacity of 24,000 pounds.

REAR AXLE DIFFERENTIAL LUBRICATION

The rear axle differential shall be lubricated with oil.

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REAR WHEEL BEARING LUBRICATION

The rear axle wheel bearings shall be lubricated with oil.

VEHICLE TOP SPEED

The top speed of the vehicle shall be approximately 65 MPH +/-2 MPH at governed engine RPM.

REAR SUSPENSION

The single rear axle suspension shall feature a Neway AD-127 air suspension. The suspension shall include optimized air springs mounted to the equalizing beams and integral transverse beam. An adjustable torque rod and adjustable track bar shall also be included.

Dual air height control valves shall be installed to ensure equal frame height on both sides of the vehicle regardless of the load. The rear suspension is run flat capable at reduced speeds.

The rear suspension capacity shall be rated at 24,000 to 27,000 pounds.

REAR SHOCK ABSORBERS

Shock absorbers shall be supplied by the suspension manufacturer and installed on the rear axle suspension.

FRONT TIRE

The front tires shall be Michelin 425/65R-22.5 20PR "L" tubeless radial XZY3 mixed service tread.

The front tire stamped load capacity shall be 22,800 pounds per axle with a speed rating of 65 miles per hour when properly inflated to 120 pounds per square inch.

The front tire U. S. Fire Service intermittent load capacity shall be 23,000 pounds per axle with a speed rating of 65 miles per hour when properly inflated to 120 pounds per square inch.

REAR TIRE

The rear tires shall be Michelin 11R-22.5 16PR "H" tubeless radial XDN2 all weather tread designed for exceptional traction and mileage.

The rear tire stamped load capacity shall be 24,020 pounds per axle with a speed capacity of 75 miles per hour when properly inflated to 120 pounds per square inch.

The rear tire US Fire Service Intermittent Usage load capacity shall be 24,820 pounds per axle with a speed capacity of

75 miles per hour when properly inflated to 120 pounds per square inch.

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TIRE PRESSURE EQUALIZATION SYSTEM

There shall be a voucher provided with the chassis for Crossfire dual tire equalization system provided on both sets of dual tires on the rear axle. The Crossfire pressure system shall equalize and monitor the valve which is mounted between the dual tires. This shall bolt easily to the drive axle end allowing air to flow freely from one tire to the other, maintaining equal tire pressure and load distribution. The Crossfire system shall maximize tire life, decrease rolling resistance for increased fuel mileage and improve stability braking and overall safety.

The Crossfire dual tire equalization system shall be redeemed upon the vehicle manufactures receipt of the voucher along with the vehicle in-service weight for each axle.

TIRE PRESSURE INDICATOR

There shall be a voucher provided with the chassis for a pop up style tire pressure indicator at the front tire valve stem.

The indicator shall provide visual indication of pressure in the specific tire.

The tire pressure indicators shall be redeemed upon the vehicle manufacturers receipt of the voucher for installation by the customer.

FRONT WHEEL

The front wheels shall be Alcoa hub piloted, 22.50 inch X 12.25 inch aluminum wheels with the Alcoa XBR Dura-Bright® wheel treatment as an integral part of the wheel. Alcoa XBR Dura-Bright® wheels keep their shine without polishing; the wheels shall come clean simply by spraying with soap and water. Brake dust, grime and dulling oxidation shall wash off with no scrubbing and no special chemicals required.

REAR WHEEL

The rear wheels shall be Alcoa hub piloted, 22.50 inch X 8.25 inch aluminum wheels with the Alcoa XBR Dura-Bright® wheel treatment as an integral part of the wheel. Alcoa XBR Dura-Bright® wheels keep their shine without polishing; the wheels shall come clean simply by spraying with soap and water. Brake dust, grime and dulling oxidation shall wash off with no scrubbing and no special chemicals required.

SPARE REAR WHEEL

One (1) Alcoa hub piloted, 8.25 inch X 22.50 inch aluminum wheels with the Alcoa Dura-Bright ® wheel treatment as an integral part of the wheel shall be provided.

WHEEL TRIM

The front wheels shall include stainless steel lug nut covers and stainless steel baby moons with cutouts for oil seal viewing (there shall be no cutout on front drive, IFS axles, or when the front wheel bearing lubrication is grease). The covers and baby moons shall feature a mirror shine finish and shall be shipped loose with the chassis for installation by the apparatus builder.

The rear wheels shall include stainless steel lug nut covers and band mounted spring clip stainless steel high hats, also in a mirror shine finish, which shall be shipped loose with the chassis for installation by the apparatus builder.

The lug nut covers, baby moons, and high hats shall be RealWheels® brand, and constructed of 304L grade, noncorrosive stainless steel meeting D.O.T. certification standards.

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WHEEL GUARDS

The rear dual wheels shall include a plastic isolator approximately 0.04” installed between the inner and outer wheel hub to help prevent corrosion caused by metal to metal contact. There shall also be a plastic isolator between the axle hub and the wheels on both front and rear axles.

BRAKE SYSTEM

A rapid build-up air brake system shall be provided. The air brakes shall include a two (2) air tank, three (3) reservoir system with a total of 4152 cubic inch of air capacity. A floor mounted treadle valve shall be mounted inside the cab for graduated control of applying and releasing the brakes. An inversion valve shall be installed to provide a service brake application in the unlikely event of primary air supply loss.

The rear axle spring brakes shall automatically apply in any situation when the air pressure falls below 25 PSI and shall include a mechanical means for releasing the spring brakes when necessary. An audible alarm shall designate when the system air pressure is below 60 PSI.

A four (4) sensor, four (4) modulator anti-lock braking system (ABS) shall be installed on the front and rear axles in order to prevent the brakes from locking or skidding while braking during hard stops or on icy or wet surfaces. This in turn shall allow the driver to maintain steering control under heavy braking and in most instances, shorten the braking distance. The electronic monitoring system shall incorporate diagonal circuitry which shall monitor wheel speed during braking through a sensor and tone ring on each wheel. A dash mounted ABS lamp shall be provided to notify the driver of a system malfunction. The ABS system shall automatically disengage the auxiliary braking system device when required. The speedometer screen shall be capable of reporting all active defaults using PID/SID and FMI standards.

Automatic traction control which shall be installed on the single rear axle. The automatic traction control system shall apply the anti-lock braking system when the drive wheels loose traction. The system shall scale the electronic engine throttle back to prevent wheel spin while accelerating on ice or wet surfaces.

Additional handling capabilities shall include roll stability control which shall monitor the vehicles rollover threshold based on the lateral acceleration. The system shall activate a computerized device which shall slow the vehicle when the threshold is exceeded in either direction. Normal vehicle operation shall resume once the problematic conditions cease.

Roll stability control shall be integral with the ABS and ATC systems.

A virtual style switch shall be provided and properly labeled “mud/snow”. When the switch is pressed once, the system shall allow a momentary wheel slip to obtain traction under extreme mud and snow conditions. During this condition the

ATC light shall blink continuously notifying the driver of activation. Pressing the switch again shall deactivate the mud/snow feature.

The electronic stability control unit (ESC) is a functional extension of the electronic braking system. It is able to detect any skidding of the vehicle about its vertical axis as well as any rollover tendency. The control unit comprises an angularspeed sensor that measures the vehicles motion about the vertical axis, caused, for instance, by cornering or by skidding on a slippery road surface. An acceleration sensor measures the vehicles lateral acceleration. The CAN bus provides information on the steering angle. On the basis of lateral acceleration and steering angle, an integrated microcontroller calculates a theoretical angular speed for the stable vehicle condition.

FRONT BRAKES

The front brakes shall be Meritor 16.5" x 6" S-cam drum type.

REAR BRAKES

The rear brakes shall be Meritor 16.50 inch X 7.00 inch S-cam drum type.

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PARK BRAKE

Upon application of the push-pull valve in the cab, the rear brakes will engage via mechanical spring force. This is accomplished by dual chamber rear brakes, satisfying the FMVSS parking brake requirements.

In addition to the mechanical rear brake engagement, the front service brakes will also engage via air pressure, providing additional braking capability.

PARK BRAKE CONTROL

A Meritor-Wabco manual hand control push-pull style valve shall operate the parking brake system. The control shall be yellow in color.

The parking brake actuation valve shall be mounted on the left hand dash to the right of the steering column within easy reach of the driver.

FRONT BRAKE SLACK ADJUSTERS

The front brakes shall include Meritor automatic slack adjusters shall be installed on the chassis which features a simple, durable design offering reduced weight. The automatic slack adjusters shall feature a manual adjusting nut which cannot inadvertently be backed off and threaded grease fittings for easy serviceability.

REAR BRAKE SLACK ADJUSTERS

The rear brakes shall include Meritor automatic slack adjusters shall be installed on the chassis which features a simple, durable design offering reduced weight. The automatic slack adjusters shall feature a manual adjusting nut which cannot inadvertently be backed off and threaded grease fittings for easy serviceability.

FRONT BRAKE DUST SHIELDS

The front axle shall be equipped with brake dust shields.

REAR BRAKE DUST SHIELDS

The rear brakes shall be equipped with brake dust shields.

AIR DRYER

The brake system shall include a Wabco System Saver 1200 air dryer with an integral heater with a Metri-Pack sealed connector. The air dryer incorporates an internal turbo cutoff valve that closes the path between the air compressor and air dryer purge valve during the compressor "unload" cycle. The turbo cutoff valve allows purging of moisture and contaminants without the loss of turbo boost pressure. The air dryer shall be located on the right frame rail behind the officer step.

FRONT BRAKE CHAMBERS

The front brakes shall be provided with MGM type 30 brake chambers.

REAR BRAKE CHAMBERS

The rear axle shall include TSE 30/30 brake chambers which shall convert the energy of compressed air into mechanical force and motion. This shall actuate the brake camshaft, which in turn shall operate the foundational brake mechanism forcing the brake shoes against the brake drum. The TSE Type 30 brake chamber shall offer a 30.00 square inch effective area.

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AIR COMPRESSOR

The air compressor provided for the engine shall be to provide and maintain air under pressure to operate devices in air brake systems. The brand provided shall be a Bendix BA-922 which shall be a twin-cylinder reciprocating compressor rated at 32.00 CFM. The compressor shall consist of a water-cooled cylinder head assembly and an integral air-cooled crankcase assembly.

The cylinder head assembly shall be made up of the cylinder head, cooling plate and valve plate assembly and shall use two sealing gaskets. Depending on the application, the cylinder head and cooling plate may be aluminum or cast iron. A cooling plate shall be located between the cylinder head and valve plate assemblies and assists in cooling. The valve plate assembly consists of brazed steel plates which have valve openings and passages for air and engine coolant to flow into and out of the cylinder head. The compressor's discharge valves shall be part of the valve plate assembly. The inlet reed valve/gasket shall be installed between the valve plate assembly and the top of the crankcase.

AIR GOVERNOR

An air governor shall be provided to control the cut-in and cut-out pressures of the engine mounted air compressor. The governor shall be calibrated to meet FMVSS requirements. The air governor shall be located on the air cleaner bracket on the right frame rail behind the officer step.

AUXILIARY AIR RESERVOIR

One (1) auxiliary air tank, 2084 cubic inch reservoir, shall be installed on the chassis to act as an additional reserve supply to the air system for air horn, air tool, or other non-service brake use. The reservoir shall be isolated with a 90 PSI pressure protection valve on the reservoir supply side to prevent depletion of the air to the air brake system.

MOISTURE EJECTORS

Heated, automatic moisture ejectors with a manual drain provision shall be installed on all reservoirs of the air supply system. The actuation pull cable shall be coiled and tied at the drain valve on the tank. The supplied lengths shall be sufficient to be extended to the frame rail to allow drains to be activated from the side of the chassis.

AIR SUPPLY LINES

A dual air system plumbed with color coded reinforced nylon tubing air lines shall be installed on the chassis. The primary

(rear) brake line shall be green, the secondary (front) brake line red, the parking brake line orange and the auxiliary

(outlet) will be blue.

Brass compression type fittings shall be used on the nylon tubing. All drop hoses shall include fiber reinforced neoprene covered hoses.

WHEELBASE

The chassis wheelbase shall be 215.50 inches.

REAR OVERHANG

The chassis rear overhang shall be 84.00 inches.

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FRAME

The frame shall consist of double channel side rails and cross members forming a ladder style frame. The sides of the rails shall be formed in the shape of a "C" channel, 10.25 inches high X 3.50 inches deep upper and lower flanges X .38 inches thick with an inner channel of 9.44 inches high X 3.13 inches deep and .38 inches thick. The high strength low alloy steel shall have a Tensile Elastic Limit of 110,000 psi. Each double rail shall be rated by a Resistance Bending

Moment (RBM) minimum of 3,213,100 inch pounds and have a minimum section modulus of 29.21 cubic inches. The frame shall measure 35.00 inches in width.

Proposals calculating the frame strength using the “box method” shall not be considered.

Proposals including heat treated rails shall not be considered. Heat treating frame rails produces rails that are not uniform in their mechanical properties throughout the length of the rail. Rails made of high strength, low alloy steel are already at the required yield strength prior to forming the rail.

A minimum of seven (7) fully gusseted 0.25 inch thick cross members shall be installed. The inclusion of the body mounting, or bumper mounting shall not be considered as a cross member. The cross members shall be attached using zinc coated grade 8 fasteners. The head bolts shall be flanged type with distorted threads, held in place by flanged lock nuts. Each cross member shall be mounted to the frame rails utilizing a minimum of 0.25 inch thick gusset reinforcement plates at all corners balancing the area of force throughout the entire frame.

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Any proposals not including additional reinforcement for each cross member shall not be considered.

Frame rails will be manufactured such that bolt attachment holes are specific for each component and shall not include any unnecessary holes.

All relief areas shall be cut in with a minimum 2.00 inch radius at intersection points with the edges ground to a smooth finish to prevent a stress concentration point.

The frame and cross members shall carry a lifetime warranty to the original purchaser. A copy of the frame warranty shall be made available upon request.

Proposals offering warranties for frames not including cross members shall not be considered.

FRAME WARRANTY

The frame and cross members shall carry a limited lifetime warranty to the original purchaser. The warranty shall include conditional items listed in the detailed warranty document which shall be provided upon request.

FRAME CLEAR AREA

The chassis frame shall be left clear of chassis mounted components inside or outside the frame rails within the first 30.00 inches behind the cab to allow space for OEM installed components. Cross members may be installed in the clear area if required for proper frame or driveline configuration.

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FRAME PAINT

The frame shall be powder coated black prior to any attachment of components.

All powder coatings, primers and paint shall be compatible with all metals, pretreatments and primers used. The cross hatch adhesion test per ASTM D3359 shall not have a fail of more than ten (10) squares. The pencil hardness test per

ASTM D3363 shall have a final post-curved pencil hardness of H-2H. The direct impact resistance, per ASTM D2794, shall have a direct impact resistance of 120.00 inches per pound at 2 mils. The salt spray resistance per ASTM B-117-97 shall pass 500 hours of salt spray test. The applied process shall allow the application of other products over it and still maintain or exceed the 500 hours salt spray test.

Any proposals offering painted frame with variations from the above process shall not be accepted. The film thickness of vendor supplied parts shall also be sufficient to meet the performance standards as stated above.

FRONT BUMPER

A one piece, two (2) rib wrap-around style, polished stainless steel front bumper shall be provided. The material shall be

10 gauge 304 stainless steel, 12" high and 101" wide.

FRONT BUMPER EXTENSION LENGTH

The front bumper shall be extended 16.00 inches ahead of the cab.

FRONT BUMPER EXTENSION WIDTH

The front bumper extension splayed frame rails shall include an overall width of 44.75 inches.

FRONT BUMPER WINCH

The front bumper shall include a Ramsey model RE12000 electric winch with 12,000 pound rated line pull, 12 volt electric winch shall be installed in the center of the front bumper. The winch shall be equipped with 125.00 feet of 0.38 inch cable, clevis hook and a 4 way roller fairlead. The winch shall be operated through a 25.00 foot pendant with a hand held control. The winch shall include a spring applied hydraulic released disc brake and counterbalance valve. It shall feature an easy to use spring loaded clutch with clutch engagement indicator light.

FRONT BUMPER APRON

The 16.00 inch extended front bumper shall include an apron constructed of 0.19 inch thick embossed aluminum tread plate.

The apron shall be installed between the bumper and the front face of the cab affixed using stainless steel bolts attaching the apron to the top bumper flange.

FRONT BUMPER COMPARTMENT CENTER

The bumper apron shall include access provisions for a center mounted winch. The apron shall include an access cover constructed of 0.19 inch thick bright embossed aluminum tread plate to help protect the winch from water, dirt or debris.

FRONT BUMPER COMPARTMENT COVER HARDWARE

The front bumper compartment cover shall include stay springs which shall hold the cover open. The cover shall held in the closed position via a flush push button style latch.

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AIR HORN

The front bumper shall include two (2) Grover brand air horns which shall measure 21.00 inches long with a 6.00 inch round flare. The air horn shall be a trumpet style and shall include a chrome finish. Each horn shall be enclosed in an aluminum box and insulated with foam type insulation to limit the sound that is transmitted to the rear into the cab area.

AIR HORN LOCATION

The air horns shall be recess mounted in the front bumper face, one (1) on the driver side of the bumper in the inboard position relative to the left hand frame rail and one (1) on the officer side of the bumper in the inboard position relative to the right hand frame rail.

AIR HORN SNOW SHIELDS

The air horns shall include 6.00 inch snow guards which shall prohibit snow and debris from accumulating inside the horn and disrupting sound.

AIR HORN RESERVOIR

One (1) air tank, with a 1200 cubic inch reservoir, shall be installed on the chassis to act as a supply tank for operating air horns. The reservoir shall be isolated with a 90 PSI pressure protection valve on the reservoir supply side to prevent depletion of the air to the air brake system.

ELECTRONIC SIREN SPEAKER

The bumper shall include two (2) Cast Products Inc. model SA4301, 100 watt speaker which shall be recess mounted within the bumper fascia. The speaker shall include a flat mounting flange, an insulated encapsulation and shall be chrome in color.

ELECTRONIC SIREN SPEAKER LOCATION

The two (2) electronic siren speakers shall be located on the front bumper face outboard of the frame rails with one (1) on the right side and one (1) on the left side in the outboard positions.

CAB TILT SYSTEM

The entire cab shall be capable of tilting 45.00 degrees to allow for easy maintenance of the engine and transmission.

The electric-over-hydraulic lift system shall include an ignition interlock and red cab lock down indicator lamp on the tilt control which shall illuminate when holding the “Down” button to indicate safe road operation.

It shall be necessary to activate the master battery switch and set the parking brake in order to tilt the cab. As a third precaution the ignition switch must be turned off to complete the cab tilt interlock safety circuit.

Two (2) spring-loaded hydraulic hold down hooks located outboard of the frame shall be installed to hold the cab securely to the frame. Once the hold-down hooks are set in place, it shall take the application of pressure from the hydraulic cab tilt lift pump to release the hooks.

Two (2) cab tilt cylinders shall be provided with velocity fuses in each cylinder port. The cab tilt pivots shall be 1.90 inch ball and be anchored to frame brackets with 1.25 inch diameter studs.

A steel safety channel assembly shall be installed on the right side cab lift cylinder to prevent accidental cab lowering.

The safety channel assembly shall fall over the lift cylinder when the cab is in the fully tilted position. A cable release system shall also be provided to retract the safety channel assembly from the lift cylinder to allow the lowering of the cab.

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CAB TILT AUXILIARY PUMP

A manual cab tilt pump module shall be attached to the rear surface of the driver side battery box.

CAB TILT CONTROL RECEPTACLE

The cab tilt shall include a receptacle which shall be temporarily located on the right hand chassis rail rear of the cab to provide a place to plug in the cab tilt remote control pendant. The tilt pump shall include 8.00 feet of cable with a 6-pin

Deutsch connector that includes a cap. The remote control pendant shall also include 20.00 feet of cable which also includes a mating connector.

CAB WINDSHIELD

The cab windshield shall have a surface area of 2884.00 square inches and be of a two (2) piece wraparound design for maximum visibility.

The distance from the driver and officer to the windshield shall be a minimum of 42.00 inches at the furthest seated position. This distance shall ensure the safety of the driver and officer from intruding objects in the unlikely event of a head on collision.

The glass utilized for the windshield a standard automotive tint. The left and right windshield shall be fully interchangeable thereby minimizing stocking and maintenance costs. All proposals offering windshields not in compliance with the minimum measurement of surface area stated above and are not fully interchangeable shall not be considered.

GLASS FRONT DOOR

The front cab doors shall include a window which is 27.00 inches in width X 26.00 inches in height. These windows shall have the capability to roll down completely into the door housing. This shall be accomplished via electric actuation. The power windows shall be controlled via switching on the driver door and by a switch on each respective door.

There shall be an irregular shaped fixed window which shall measure 2.50 inches wide at the top, 8.00 inches wide at the bottom X 26.00 inches in height, more commonly known as “cozy glass” ahead of the front door roll down windows.

The windows shall be mounted within the frame of the front doors trimmed with a black anodized ring on the exterior.

GLASS TINT FRONT DOOR

The windows located in the left and right front doors shall have a standard green automotive tint which shall allow seventy-five percent (75%) light transmittance.

GLASS REAR DOOR RH

The rear right hand side crew door shall include a window which is 27.00 inches in width X 26.00 inches in height. The window shall be a powered type and shall be controlled by a switch on the inner door panel and on the drivers door panel.

GLASS TINT REAR DOOR RH

The window located in the right hand side rear door shall include a standard green automotive tint which shall allow seventy-five percent (75%) light transmittance.

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GLASS REAR DOOR LH

The rear left hand side crew door shall include a window which is 27.00 inches in width X 26.00 inches in height. The window shall be a powered type and shall be controlled by a switch on the inner door panel and on the drivers door panel.

GLASS TINT REAR DOOR LH

The window located in the left hand side rear door shall include a standard green automotive tint which shall allow seventy-five percent (75%) light transmittance.

GLASS SIDE MID RH

The cab shall include a window on the officers side behind the front and ahead of the crew doors which shall measure

16.00 inches wide X 26.00 inches high. This window shall be fixed within this space and shall be rectangular in shape.

The window shall be mounted using self locking window rubber. The glass utilized for this window shall include a green automotive tint unless otherwise noted.

GLASS TINT SIDE MID RH

The window located on the right hand side of the cab between the front and rear doors shall include a standard green automotive tint which shall allow seventy-five percent (75%) light transmittance.

GLASS SIDE MID LH

The cab shall include a window on the drivers side behind the front door and ahead of the crew door and above the wheel well which shall measure 16.00 inches wide X 26.00 inches high. This window shall be fixed within this space and shall be rectangular in shape. The window shall be mounted using self locking window rubber. The glass utilized for this window shall include a green automotive tint unless otherwise noted.

GLASS TINT SIDE MID LH

The window located on the left hand side of the cab between the front and rear doors shall include a standard green automotive tint which shall allow seventy-five percent (75%) light transmittance.

GLASS UPPER SIDE FRONT

The raised roof on the left and right sides of the cab shall include a triangular shaped window which shall be 14.00 inches wide X 14.00 inches high. These windows shall be fixed within this space. These windows shall be mounted to the cab using black self-locking window rubber.

GLASS TINT UPPER SIDE FRONT

The windows located in the upper section on the left and right side towards the front of the cab shall include a standard green automotive tint which shall allow seventy-five percent (75%) light transmittance.

GLASS UPPER SIDE MID

The middle section of the raised roof on the left and right sides of the cab shall include a window which shall measure

16.00 inches wide X 14.00 inches high. These windows shall be fixed within this space. These windows shall be mounted using black self-locking window rubber.

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GLASS TINT UPPER SIDE MID

The windows located in the upper section on each side in the middle of the cab shall include a standard green automotive tint which shall allow seventy-five percent (75%) light transmittance.

GLASS UPPER SIDE REAR DOOR

Windows shall be provided in the upper portion of each rear door of the raised roof cab. Each window shall measure

27.00 inches wide X 14.00 inches high and be installed above the lower door window. The windows shall be rectangular in shape and fixed within this space. The windows shall be mounted using black self-locking window rubber.

GLASS TINT UPPER SIDE REAR DOOR

The window located in the upper section of the rear crew doors shall include a standard green automotive tint which shall allow seventy-five percent (75%) light transmittance.

CLIMATE CONTROL

The cab shall be equipped with a ceiling mounted combination defrost / heating and air-conditioning system mounted above the engine tunnel in a central location.

The system shall offer sixteen (16) adjustable louvers. Six (6) of the louvers shall face forward towards the windshield, offering 45,000 BTU of heat at 320 CFM for defrosting. The system shall include six (6) rearward facing louvers to direct air for the crew area and four (4) for driver and officer comfort. When in "Cabin Mode" the system shall be designed to produce 60,000 BTU of heat and 32,000 BTU of cooling. The HVAC cover shall be made of ABS plastic.

All defrost/heating systems shall be plumbed with one (1) seasonal shut-off valve at the front corner on the right side of the cab.

The air conditioning system shall be capable of lowering the cab interior temperature from 100 degrees to 70 degrees within thirty minutes, with a relative humidity of sixty percent.

The air conditioner lines shall be a mixture of custom bent zinc coated steel fittings and Aero-quip GH 134 flexible hose with Aero-Quip EZ-Clip fittings.

CLIMATE CONTROL ACTIVATION

The heating controls, and air conditioning if included, shall be located on the Vista screen.

AUXILIARY CLIMATE CONTROL FRONT UNDERSEAT

Two (2) 13,500 Btu heaters shall be provided and installed in the face of the seat riser storage area for the driver and officer. The fan controls shall be located on the Vista display(s).

The auxiliary heater system hoses shall be silicone with stainless steel constant torque clamps approved for use with silicone hose. The auxiliary heater system shall include one (1) seasonal shut-off valve. The valve shall be supplied at the front of the right hand corner of the cab. The cab must be tilted to access the shut-off valve.

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AUXILIARY CLIMATE CONTROL REAR UNDERSEAT

One (1) 53,500 BTU heater shall be provided and installed in the rear section of the crew cab under the center forward facing seat riser. The fan controls shall be located on the heater unit.

The auxiliary heater system hoses shall be silicone with stainless steel constant torque clamps approved for use with silicone hose. The auxiliary heater system shall include one (1) seasonal shut-off valve. The valve shall be supplied at the front of the right hand corner of the cab. The cab must be tilted to access the shut-off valve.

HEATER HOSE INSULATION

The heater hoses leading from the engine to the cab shall include a foam insulation wrap which runs the length of the hose improving heating in extreme cold climates. The heating hoses which shall be routed inside the cab shall not be insulated.

A/C CONDENSER LOCATION

A roof mounted A/C condenser shall be installed centered on cab forward of raised roof against the slope rise.

A/C COMPRESSOR

The air-conditioning compressor shall be a belt driven, engine mounted, open type compressor that shall be capable of producing a minimum of 32000 BTU at 1500 engine RPMs. The compressor shall utilize R-134A refrigerant and PAG oil.

CAB ROOF VENT

The cab roof shall include two (2) powered Evans E6E cab roof vents capable of exhausting 100 CFM each which shall be installed, one (1) each side of the cab in the rear crew area.

CAB CIRCULATION FANS FRONT

The cab shall include two (2) all metal 6.00 inch air circulation fans installed in the outer front cab corners. Each fan shall be controlled by an individual toggle switch on each fan. The fans can be used to help defog the windshield or to increase air circulation for passenger comfort.

CAB CIRCULATION FANS REAR

The cab shall include two (2) individually switched all metal construction 6.00 inch fans which shall be installed in the upper rear cab corners as far outboard as possible. The multi purpose fans can be used to increase air circulation or help defog windows.

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UNDER CAB INSULATION

The complete underside of the cab, including the tunnel surrounding the engine shall be lined with foam insulation, engineered for application inside diesel engine compartments.

The foam insulation shall measure .56 inch thick including a 1.0#/sf PVC barrier and a moisture and heat reflective foil backing, reinforced with fiberglass strands. The foil surface acts as protection against moisture and other contaminants.

The insulation shall act as a noise barrier, absorbing noise thus keeping the decibel level in the cab well within NFPA recommendations. And as an additional benefit, the insulation shall assist in sustaining the desired temperature within the cab interior.

The insulation shall be held in place by 3 mils of acrylic pressure sensitive adhesive and aluminum pins with hard hat, hold in place fastening heads.

The foam shall meet or exceed MVSS 302 flammability test.

The foam shall be cut precisely to fit each section and sealed for additional heat and sound deflection.

INTERIOR TRIM FLOOR

The floor of the cab shall be covered with a multi-layer mat consisting of 0.25 inch sound absorbing closed cell foam and a

0.06 inch non-slip vinyl surface with a pebble grain finish. The covering shall be held in place by a pressure sensitive adhesive with aluminum corner trim. All exposed seams shall be sealed with a silicone caulk matching the color of the floor mat to reduce the chance of moisture and debris retention.

INTERIOR FLOOR MAT COLOR

The cab interior floor mat shall be black in color.

INTERIOR TRIM VINYL

The cab interior shall include trim on the front and rear crew ceiling, the cab walls and the rear wall of the cab. The trim shall be constructed of insulated vinyl over a hard board backing. The trim shall be securely fastened to the interior of the cab utilizing snap style fasteners with a decorative cover for a more appealing appearance.

INTERIOR TRIM VINYL COLOR

The cab interior vinyl trim surfaces shall be gray in color.

INTERIOR ABS TRIM COLOR

The cab interior vacuum formed ABS composite trim surfaces shall be gray in color.

HEADER TRIM

The cab interior shall include a header over the driver and officer dash which shall be vacuum formed ABS composite panel with robust styling grooves providing structural integrity. The header shall include (2) vents within the header which are directed at the windshield. Also included will be a drop down panel for access behind the header for service of electronic components, if necessary. The header shall include (2) cut outs, (1) over the driver and (1) over the officer to accommodate speakers and molded areas to accommodate the sun visors.

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INTERIOR TRIM SUNVISOR

The header shall include two (2) sun visors, one each side forward of the driver and officer seating positions above the windshield. Each sun visor shall be constructed of Masonite and covered with padded vinyl trim.

TRIM LH DASH

The left hand dash shall be a one (1) piece durable vacuum formed ABS composite housing which shall be custom molded for a perfect fit around the instrument panel and the lower control panels to the left and right of the steering column.

TRIM CENTER DASH

The main center dash area shall be constructed of 5052-H32 Marine Grade, 0.13 inch thick aluminum plate. There shall be four (4) holes located on the top of the dash near each outer edge outboard of the electrical access opening for ventilation.

TRIM RH DASH

The right hand dash shall be constructed of 5052-H32 Marine Grade, 0.13 of an inch thick, one hundred percent primary aluminum plate and shall include a glove compartment with a hinged door and a Mobile Data Terminal (MDT) provision.

The glove compartment size will measure 14.00 inches wide X 6.63 inches high X 5.88 inches deep. The MDT provision shall be provided above the glove compartment, recessed 3.00 inches below the surface of the dash and measure 16.00 inches wide X 14.00 inches deep.

CAB PAINT INTERIOR

The interior metal surfaces shall be painted with a Zolatone #20-71 onyx black texture finish.

ENGINE TUNNEL TRIM

The cab engine tunnel shall be covered with .44 of an inch thick multi-layer mat consisting of .25 inch closed cell foam, .13 of an inch thick PVC acoustical barrier and .06 inch thick non-slip pebble grain. The engine tunnel mat shall be trimmed with anodized aluminum stair nosing trim for an aesthetically pleasing appearance.

POWER POINT DASH MOUNT

The cab shall include one (1) 12 volt cigarette lighter type receptacle in the cab dash dedicated as a power source for additional portable or mobile items. The receptacle shall be wired to be live with the battery master switch.

STEP TRIM

Each cab entry door shall include a three step entry. The first step closest to the ground shall be constructed of 14 gauge

304 stainless steel with indented perforations. The perforations shall allow water and other debris to flow through rather than becoming trapped within the stepping surface. The stainless steel material shall have a number 7 mirror finish. The lower step shall be mounted to a frame which is integral with the construction of the cab for rigidity and strength. The middle step shall be integral with the cab construction and shall be trimmed in .084 inch thick 3003-H22 embossed aluminum tread plate.

STEP TRIM KICKPLATE

The cab steps shall include a kick plate in the rise of each step. The risers shall be trimmed in 3003-H22 aluminum

Tread-plate which is 0.072 inches thick.

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INTERIOR DOOR TRIM

The doors of the cab shall include an aluminum plate the same weight and grade as the cab on the interior of the door.

The aluminum shall be then painted.

DOOR TRIM KICKPLATE

The inner door panels shall include an aluminum tread kick plate which shall be fastened to the lower portion of the door panels.

CAB PAINT INTERIOR DOOR TRIM

The inner door panel surfaces shall be painted with a Zolatone #20-71 black onyx finish.

DOOR TRIM CUSTOMER NAMEPLATE

The interior door trim on the front doors shall include a customer nameplate which states the vehicle was custom built for their Department.

CAB DOOR TRIM REFLECTIVE

The interior of each door shall include high visibility reflective tape. A white reflective tape that measures 1.00 inch in width shall be provided vertically along the rear outer edge of the door. The lowest portion of each door skin shall include a reflective tape chevron with red and white stripes and a Spartan logo. The chevron tape shall measure 6.00 inches in height.

INTERIOR GRAB HANDLE "A" PILLAR

A rubber covered 11.00 inch grab handle shall be provided on the inside of the cab on the hinge post at the driver and officer doors. The handle shall assist personnel in exiting and entering the cab.

INTERIOR GRAB HANDLE FRONT DOOR

Each front door shall include one (1) ergonomically contoured 9.00 inch cast aluminum handle mounted horizontally on the interior door panels. The handles shall feature a textured black powder coat finish and provide ease of access and exiting the cab.

INTERIOR GRAB HANDLE REAR DOOR

A black powder coated cast aluminum assist handle shall be provided on the inside of each rear crew door the full width of the door below the window glass and shall measure 30 inches in length. The handle shall assist personnel in exiting and entering the cab.

DASH PANEL GROUP

The main center dash area shall include three (3) removable panels located one (1) to the right of the driver position, one

(1) in the center of the dash and one (1) to the left of the officer position. The center panel shall be within comfortable reach of both the driver and officer.

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SWITCHES CENTER PANEL

The center dash panel shall include six (6) switch positions in the upper left portion of the panel.

A rocker switch with a blank legend installed directly above shall be provided for any position without a switch and legend designated by a specific option. The non-specified switches shall be two-position, black switches with a green indicator light. Each blank switch legend can be custom engraved by the body manufacturer. All switch legends shall have red backlighting provided.

SWITCHES LEFT PANEL

The left dash panel shall include one (1) windshield wiper/washer control switch located in the left hand side of the panel.

The switch shall have red backlighting provided.

SWITCHES RIGHT PANEL

The right dash panel shall include no rocker switches or legends.

SWITCH PANEL IGNITION

The vehicle shall be equipped with a keyless ignition and master, with an “Off/ On” and a two switch for “Off/ Start”.

SEAT BELT WARNING

A Weldon seat belt warning system, integrated with the Vehicle Data Recorder system, shall be installed for each seat within the cab. The system shall provide visual and audible warning when any seat is occupied (sixty pounds minimum), the corresponding seat belt remains unfastened, and the park brake is released.

Once activated, the visual and audible indicators shall remain active until all occupied seats have the seat belts fastened.

The dash shall include a display on the Weldon Vista screen(s) indicating the occupancy of each seat.

SEAT MATERIAL

The seats shall include a covering of high strength, wear resistant fabric made of durable ballistic polyester. A PVC coating shall be bonded to the back side of the material to help protect the seats from UV rays and from being saturated or contaminated by fluids. Common trade names for this material are Imperial 1200 and Durawear.

SEAT COLOR

All seats supplied with the chassis shall be black in color.

SEAT BACK LOGO

The seat back shall include a black and gray diamond logo which features a capital S in red located in the middle of the diamond. The logo shall be centered on the standard headrest of the seat back and on the left side of a split headrest.

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SEAT DRIVER

The driver's seat shall be a Seats Inc. 911 Universal model seat. The seat shall feature six-way electric adjustability. The six adjustments shall include up and down, fore and aft, and front and rear seat rake height. The seat shall feature 6.50 inches of fore and aft travel. The adjustment controls shall be located on a panel installed on the front of the seat below the bottom cushion at the center of the seat.

The seat shall feature an all belts to seat (ABTS) safety restraint system. The ABTS feature shall include a red, threepoint shoulder harness with the lap belt, automatic retractor and buckle as an integral part of the seat assembly. The buckle portion of the seat belt shall be mounted on a semi-rigid stalk extending from the seat base within easy reach of the occupant.

The minimum vertical dimension from the seat H-point to the ceiling for this belted seating position shall be 35.00 inches measured with the seat height adjusted to the lowest position of travel.

This model of seat shall have successfully completed the static load tests set forth by FMVSS 207/210. This testing shall include a simultaneous forward load of 3000 pounds each on the lap and shoulder belts and twenty (20) times the weight through the center of gravity. This model of seat installed in the cab model, as specified, shall have successfully completed the dynamic sled testing using FMVSS 208 as a guide with the following accommodations. In order to reflect the larger size outfitted firefighters, the test dummy used shall be a 95th percentile hybrid III male weighing 225 pounds rather than the 50th percentile male dummy weighing 165 pounds as referenced in FMVSS 208.

The materials used in construction of the seat shall also have successfully completed testing with regard to the flammability of materials used in the occupant compartments of motor vehicles as outlined in FMVSS 302, of which dictates the allowable burning rate of materials in the occupant compartments of motor vehicles.

SEAT BACK DRIVER

The drivers seat shall include a standard seat back incorporating the all belts to seat feature (ABTS). The seat back shall feature a contoured, adjustable head rest.

SEAT OFFICER

The officer's seat shall be a Seats Inc. 911 Universal series. The seat shall feature a tapered and padded seat, cushion.

The seat shall feature electric six (6) way adjustable positioning. The six (6) positions shall include up and down and fore and aft. The control shall be located on the right side of the seat forward the center of the seat.

The seat shall feature an all belts to seat (ABTS) style of safety restraint. The ABTS feature shall include a red, threepoint shoulder harness with the lap belt, automatic retractor and buckle as an integral part of the seat assembly.

The minimum vertical dimension from the seat H-point to the ceiling for this belted seating position shall be 35.00 inches measured with the seat height adjusted to the lowest position of travel.

This model of seat shall have successfully completed the static load tests by FMVSS 207/210. This testing shall include a simultaneous forward load of 3000 pounds each on the lap and shoulder belts and twenty (20) times the weight through the center of gravity. This model of seat installed in the cab model, as specified, shall have successfully completed the dynamic sled testing using FMVSS 208 as a guide with the following accommodations. In order to reflect the larger size outfitted firefighters, the test dummy used shall be a 95th percentile hybrid III male weighing 225 pounds rather than the

50th percentile male dummy weighing 165 pounds as referenced in FMVSS 208. The model of seats shall also have successfully completed the flammability of materials used in the occupant compartments of motor vehicles as outlined in

FMVSS 302, of which decides the burning rate of materials in the occupant compartments of motor vehicles.

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SEAT BACK OFFICER

The officer seat back shall include a Ziamatic brand Quic-Lock® mechanical self contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) bracket. The Positive Locking Mechanical walk away bracket shall meet NFPA 1901-03 9G dynamic requirements for cylinder restraint systems for use in crew compartments of fire truck cabs. The brackets shall be third Party tested to ten

(10) times the force of gravity.

The bracket shall secure a self-contained breathing apparatus with all sizes of cylinders. The bracket shall include four

PVC coated clamping arms which securely lock the SCBA in place without damaging the cylinder wall. The bracket shall also include a pull release strap which shall include a 30.00 inch nylon lanyard which activates the lever on the bracket saving the occupant from reaching behind the SCBA in order to release the bracket. The nylon strap shall be located on the right side of the seat.

The basic bracket and clamp arms shall be made of strong, yet light-weight, aluminum alloys. Hex arms and operating levers shall be plated steel to withstand years of constant use. The bracket shall feature donning of the SCBA in a fast and easy manner.

POWER SEAT WIRING

The power seat or seats installed in the cab shall be wired directly to battery power.

SEAT REAR FACING OUTER LOCATION

The crew area shall include two (2) rear facing crew seats, which include one (1) located directly behind the driver seat and one (1) located directly behind the officer seat.

SEAT CREW REAR FACING OUTER

The crew area shall include a seat in the rear facing outboard position which shall be a Seats Inc. 911 ABTS series. The seat shall feature a tapered and padded seat, and cushion. The seat shall be mounted in a fixed position.

The seat shall feature an all belts to seat (ABTS) style of safety restraint. The ABTS feature shall include a red, threepoint shoulder harness with the lap belt and automatic retractor as an integral part of the seat assembly. The buckle portion of the seat belt shall extend from the seat base towards the driver position within easy reach of the occupant.

The minimum vertical dimension from the seat H-point to the ceiling for each belted seating position shall be 35.00 inches.

This model of seat shall have successfully completed the static load tests by FMVSS 207/210. This testing shall include a simultaneous forward load of 3000 pounds each on the lap and shoulder belts and twenty (20) times the weight through the center of gravity. This model of seat installed in the cab model, as specified, shall have successfully completed the dynamic sled testing using FMVSS 208 as a guide with the following accommodations. In order to reflect the larger size outfitted firefighters, the test dummy used shall be a 95th percentile hybrid III male weighing 225 pounds rather than the

50th percentile male dummy weighing 165 pounds as referenced in FMVSS 208. The model of seats shall also have successfully completed the flammability of materials used in the occupant compartments of motor vehicles as outlined in

FMVSS 302, of which decides the burning rate of materials in the occupant compartments of motor vehicles.

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SEAT BACK REAR FACING OUTER

The rear facing outboard seat back shall include a Ziamatic brand Quic-Lock® QLM-U mechanical self contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) bracket. The Positive Locking Mechanical walk away bracket shall meet NFPA 1901-03 9G dynamic requirements for cylinder restraint systems for use in crew compartments of fire truck cabs. The brackets shall be third Party tested to ten (10) times the force of gravity.

The bracket shall secure a self-contained breathing apparatus with all sizes of cylinders. The bracket shall include four

PVC coated clamping arms which securely lock the SCBA in place without damaging the cylinder wall. The bracket shall also include a pull release strap which shall include a 30.00 inch nylon lanyard which activates the lever on the bracket saving the occupant from reaching behind the SCBA in order to release the bracket. The nylon strap shall be located on the right side of the seat.

The basic bracket and clamp arms shall be made of strong, yet light-weight, aluminum alloys. Hex arms and operating levers shall be plated steel to withstand years of constant use. The bracket shall feature donning of the SCBA in a fast and easy manner.

SEAT MOUNTING REAR FACING OUTER

The rear facing outer seat shall be mounted facing the rear of the cab.

SEAT BELT ORIENTATION CREW

The crew position seat belts shall follow the standard orientation which extends from the outboard shoulder extending to the inboard hip.

SEAT FORWARD FACING CENTER LOCATION

The crew area shall include two (2) forward facing center crew seats with both located at the center of the rear wall.

SEAT CREW FORWARD FACING CENTER

The crew area shall include a seat in the forward facing center position which shall be a Seats Inc. 911 series. The seat shall feature a tapered and padded seat, and cushion. The seat and cushion shall be hinged and compact in design for additional room and shall remain in the stored position until occupied.

The seat shall feature an all belts to seat (ABTS) style of safety restraint. The ABTS feature shall include a red, threepoint shoulder harness with the lap belt and automatic retractor as an integral part of the seat assembly. The buckle portion of the seat belt shall extend from the seat base towards the driver position within easy reach of the occupant.

The minimum vertical dimension from the seat H-point to the ceiling for each belted seating position shall be 35.00 inches.

This model of seat shall have successfully completed the static load tests by FMVSS 207/210. This testing shall include a simultaneous forward load of 3000 pounds each on the lap and shoulder belts and twenty (20) times the weight through the center of gravity. This model of seat installed in the cab model, as specified, shall have successfully completed the dynamic sled testing using FMVSS 208 as a guide with the following accommodations. In order to reflect the larger size outfitted firefighters, the test dummy used shall be a 95th percentile hybrid III male weighing 225 pounds rather than the

50th percentile male dummy weighing 165 pounds as referenced in FMVSS 208. The model of seats shall also have successfully completed the flammability of materials used in the occupant compartments of motor vehicles as outlined in

FMVSS 302, of which decides the burning rate of materials in the occupant compartments of motor vehicles.

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SEAT BACK FORWARD FACING CENTER

The forward facing center seat backs shall include a Ziamatic brand Quic-Lock® mechanical self contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) bracket. The Positive Locking Mechanical walk away bracket shall meet NFPA 1901-03 9G dynamic requirements for cylinder restraint systems for use in crew compartments of fire truck cabs. The brackets shall be third

Party tested to ten (10) times the force of gravity.

The bracket shall secure a self-contained breathing apparatus with all sizes of cylinders. The bracket shall include four

PVC coated clamping arms which securely lock the SCBA in place without damaging the cylinder wall. The bracket shall also include a pull release strap which shall include a 30.00 inch nylon lanyard which activates the lever on the bracket saving the occupant from reaching behind the SCBA in order to release the bracket. The nylon strap shall be located on the right side of the seat.

The basic bracket and clamp arms shall be made of strong, yet light-weight, aluminum alloys. Hex arms and operating levers shall be plated steel to withstand years of constant use. The bracket shall feature donning of the SCBA in a fast and easy manner.

SEAT MOUNTING FORWARD FACING CENTER

The forward facing center seats shall be installed facing the front of the cab.

SEAT FRAME FORWARD FACING

The forward facing center seating positions shall include an open style seat frame which is located and installed on the rear wall. This seat box shall accommodate the under seat heater option if chosen. The seat frame shall measure 42.38 inches wide X 12.38 inches high X 15.75 inches deep. The seat frame shall be constructed of 5052-H32 Marine Grade,

.190 inch thick, 100 percent primary smooth aluminum plate. The seat box shall be painted with the same color as the remaining interior.

CAB FRONT UNDERSEAT STORAGE ACCESS

The left and right front under seat storage areas shall each have a vented aluminum hinged door with a non-locking latch.

The surface of the doors facing the interior of the cab shall be coated with the same material as the interior metal surfaces of the cab.

WINDSHIELD WIPER SYSTEM

The cab shall include a parallel arm wiper system which shall clear the windshield of water, ice and debris. There shall be two (2) windshield wipers which shall be affixed to a rod style arm. The system shall include a single motor which shall initiate the arm in which both the left hand and right hand windshield wipers are attached, initiating a back and forth motion for each wiper. The wiper motor shall be activated by an intermittent wiper control located within easy reach of the drivers position.

ELECTRONIC WINDSHIELD FLUID LEVEL INDICATOR

The windshield washer fluid level shall be monitored electronically. When the washer fluid level becomes low the yellow

“Check Message Center” indicator light on the instrument panel shall illuminate and the message center in the speedometer shall display a “Check Washer Fluid Level” message.

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CAB DOOR HARDWARE

The cab entry doors shall be equipped with exterior pull handles, suitable for use while wearing firefighter gloves. The handles shall be aluminum with a polished chrome plated finish. The exterior pull handles shall include a scuff plate behind the handle constructed of polished stainless steel. All doors shall be keyed alike and designed to prevent accidental lockout.

The interior latches shall be black flush paddle type, which are incorporated into an upper door panel.

DOOR LOCKS

The doors shall include a CAN based electronic door lock system which shall include two (2) external keypads, one (1) located on the left side next to the front grab handle and one (1) on the right side next to the front grab handle. There shall be one (1) red rocker switch provided on the inside of each front cab entry door to actuate the door locks. The rear cab entry doors shall be provided with a red manual knob on the interior paddle handle to actuate the door lock on the respective door. The electronic door lock system shall include four (4) key fobs for actuation with buttons for cab entry door locks and for compartment door locks.

Wiring shall also be provided for up to four (4) exterior cab compartments and up to four (4) body compartments.

DOOR LOCK LH REAR CAB COMPARTMENT

The driver side rear compartment shall feature a power door lock actuator.

DOOR LOCK RH REAR CAB COMPARTMENT

The officer side rear compartment shall feature a power door lock actuator.

POWER DOOR LOCK COMPARTMENT ACTIVATION

The power door lock feature shall include activation for exterior compartment door locks through the key fob, keypads and through a virtual switch on the multiplex display.

GRAB HANDLES

The cab shall include one (1) 18.00 inch knurled, anti-slip, one-piece exterior assist handle behind each cab door. The grab handle shall be made of 14 gauge 304- stainless steel and be 1.25 inch diameter to enable non-slip assistance with a gloved hand.

REARVIEW MIRRORS

Ramco model 6015-FFHR-750HR bus style mirrors shall be provided. The mirror heads shall be polished cast aluminum and shall measure 9.75 inches wide X 13.00 inches high with an additional top mount convex assembly. The mirrors shall be mounted one (1) on each front cab corner radius below the windshield with 15.00 inch long polished cast aluminum arms.

The mirrors shall feature a remote controlled heated full flat glass and a top mounted remote controlled heated convex glass. The mirror control switches shall be located within easy reach of the driver. The mirrors shall be manufactured using the finest quality non-glare glass and shall feature a rigid mounting thereby reducing vibration. The mirrors shall be corrosion free under all weather conditions.

REARVIEW MIRROR HEAT SWITCH

The heated rearview mirrors shall be controlled through a virtual button on the multiplex display.

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TRIM LOWER SIDE

A stainless steel trim band, 10.00 inches high, with upper and lower black and chrome trim moldings, shall be installed on the lower exterior sides of the cab and doors. The trim shall be installed so that the top edge is even with the top of the front bumper, and shall be affixed without holes and fasteners.

CAB FENDER

Full width wheel well liners shall be installed on the extruded cab to limit road splash and enable easier cleaning. The twopiece liners shall consist of an inner liner 16.00 inches wide made of vacuum formed ABS composite and an outer fenderette 3.50 inches wide made of 14 gauge 304 polished stainless steel.

MUD FLAPS FRONT

The front wheel wells shall have mud flaps installed on them.

CAB EXTERIOR MODEL NAMEPLATE

The cab shall include custom “Gladiator” nameplates on the front driver and officer side doors.

CAB EXTERIOR FRONT & SIDE EMBLEMS

The cab shall include three (3) Spartan emblems. There shall be one (1) installed on the front air intake grille and one (1) installed on each side of the cab exterior above the wheel well.

IGNITION

The master battery system and a keyless start ignition system shall each be controlled by a ¼ turn Cole Hersee thumb switches which shall be mounted to the left of the steering wheel on the dash.

Each switch shall illuminate a green LED indicator light on the dash when the respective switch is placed in the “ON” position.

The chrome push type starter button shall only operate when both the master battery and ignition switches are in the “ON” position.

A hidden toggle switch with protective cover shall be provided. It shall be located so it can be activated at the drivers discretion, so if the parking brake is released and the transmission is placed in gear, electrical power will be cut to disable the engine to prevent unauthorized personnel from commandeering the vehicle.

BATTERY

The single start electrical system shall include (6) Harris BCI 31 950 CCA batteries with a 210 minute reserve capacity and 4/0 welding type dual path starter cables per SAE J541. The cables shall have encapsulated ends with heat shrink and sealant.

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BATTERY TRAY

The batteries shall be installed within two (2) stainless steel battery trays located on the left side and right side of the chassis, securely bolted to the frame rails. The battery trays shall be coated with the same material as the frame.

The battery trays shall include drain holes in the bottom for sufficient drainage of water. A durable, non-conducting, interlocking mat made by Dri-Dek shall be installed in the bottom of the trays to allow for air flow and help prevent moisture build up. The batteries shall be held in place by non-conducting phenolic resin hold down boards.

BATTERY BOX COVER

Each battery box shall include a stainless steel cover which protects the top of the batteries. Each cover shall include flush latches which shall keep the cover secure as well as a black powder coated handle for convenience when opening.

BATTERY CABLE

The starting system shall include cables which shall be protected by 275 degree F. minimum high temperature flame retardant loom, sealed and encapsulated at the ends with heat shrink and sealant.

The battery terminals shall not be utilized for auxiliary connections. The only acceptable auxiliary connections shall be for the cross over link from the left bank to the right bank, power for jump stud and starter cables. All other auxiliary connections will use remote studs mounted in the battery box area. There will be 4 remote studs labeled as Common

Power, Common Ground, Clean Power, and Clean Ground.

BATTERY JUMPER STUD

The starting system shall include battery jumper studs. These studs shall be located in the forward most portion of the driver's side lower step. The studs shall allow the vehicle to be jump started, charged, or the cab to be raised in an emergency in the event of battery failure.

ALTERNATOR

The starting system shall include a 320 amp Leece-Neville 12 volt alternator. The alternator shall include a self-exciting integral regulator.

BATTERY CONDITIONER

A Kussmaul 1200 battery conditioner shall be supplied. The battery conditioner shall be mounted in the cab behind the driver's seat.

BATTERY CONDITIONER DISPLAY

A Kussmaul battery conditioner display shall be supplied. The battery conditioner display shall be mounted in the cab, viewable through the cab mid side window behind the drivers door.

AUXILIARY AIR COMPRESSOR

A Kussmaul Pump 12V air compressor shall be supplied. The air compressor shall be installed behind the driver's seat.

The air compressor shall be plumbed to the air brake system to maintain air pressure.

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ELECTRICAL INLET

A Kussmaul 20 amp super auto-eject electrical receptacle shall be connected to the battery conditioner and installed on the drivers side of the cab above the wheel well. It shall automatically eject the plug when the starter button is depressed.

A single item or an addition of multiple items must not exceed the rating of the electric inlet that its connected to.

Amp Draw Reference List:

Kussmaul 1000 Charger - 3.5 Amps

Kussmaul 1200 Charger - 10 Amps

Kussmaul 35/10 Charger - 10 Amps

1000W Engine Heater - 8.33 Amps

1500W Engine Heater - 12.5 Amps

120V Air Compressor - 4.2 Amps

ELECTRICAL INLET COLOR

The Kussmaul Auto- Eject electrical inlet connection shall include a red cover.

AUXILIARY ELECTRICAL INLET

An additional Kussmaul 20 amp electrical receptacle shall be connected to the block heater and installed on the drivers side of the cab above the wheel well.

AUXILIARY ELECTRICAL INLET COLOR

The additional Kussmaul electrical inlet connection shall include a grey cover.

HEADLIGHTS

The cab front shall include (4) rectangular halogen headlamps with separate high and low beams mounted in bright chrome bezels. The headlamps shall be equipped with the "Daytime Running" light feature, which shall illuminate the headlights to 80% brilliance when the ignition switch is in the "On" position and the parking brake is released.

The headlights shall be controlled via a virtual button on the Vista display.

FRONT TURN SIGNALS

The front fascia shall include two (2) Whelen model 600 4.00 inch X 6.00 inch programmable LED amber turn signals which shall be installed in chrome plastic bezels above and outboard of the front warning and head lamps.

HEADLIGHT LOCATION

The headlights shall be located on the front fascia of the cab directly below the front warning lights.

SIDE TURN/MARKER LIGHTS

The sides of the cab shall include (2) LED round side marker lights which shall be provided just behind the front cab radius corners.

MARKER AND ICC LIGHTS

In accordance with FMVSS, there shall be five (5) cab LED marker lamps designating identification, center and clearance provided. These lights shall be installed on the face of the cab within full view of other vehicles from ground level.

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CORNERING LIGHTS

The bumper tail shall include two (2) Whelen model 500 halogen steady-on cornering lights with clear lenses in the upper position, one (1) each side.

GROUND LIGHTS

Each door shall include an LED NFPA compliant ground light mounted to the under side of the cab step below each door.

The lights shall include a polycarbonate lens, a housing which is vibration welded and LEDs which shall be shock mounted for extended life. The ground lighting shall be activated by the opening of the door on the respective cab side as well as through the Vista screen.

STEP LIGHTS

The middle step located at each door shall include a recess mounted LED light which shall activate with the opening of the respective door.

ENGINE COMPARTMENT LIGHT

There shall be two (2) LED NFPA compliant lights mounted under the engine tunnel for area work lighting on the engine.

The lights shall include a polycarbonate lens, a housing which is vibration welded and a bulb which shall be shock mounted for extended life.

FRONT SCENE LIGHTS

The front of the cab shall include one (1) Fire Research Focus model FCA800-M12 contour roof mount lights installed on the brow of the cab.

Each lamp head shall have one (1) quartz halogen 1000 watt 240 volt bulb. The bulb shall draw 4.2 amps and generate

22,000 lumens. Each lamp head shall direct 50 percent of the light onto the action area while providing 50 percent to illuminate the working area. Each lamp head shall be no more than 4.75 inches in height X 15.00 inches in width. The lamp heads and brackets shall be powder coated white.

FRONT SCENE LIGHTS ACTIVATION

The front scene lights shall be pre-wired to be activated by the OEM.

FRONT SCENE LIGHT LOCATION

There shall be one (1) scene light mounted center on the front brow of the cab.

SIDE SCENE LIGHTS

The side of the cab shall include two (2) Whelen model 810 scene lights, one (1) each side which shall be surface mounted. The Whelen lights shall offer halogen lighting with 8 to 32-degree internal optics.

SIDE SCENE LIGHT LOCATION

The scene lighting located on the driver and officer sides of the cab shall be mounted in the upper forward portion of the

20.00 inch raised roof of the cab between the front and rear crew doors.

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SIDE SCENE ACTIVATION

The left and right side scene lights shall be activated by opening the respective side door and by individual virtual buttons on the MUX display(s) in the cab.

INTERIOR OVERHEAD LIGHTING

The cab shall include a two-section Whelen LED dome lamp with a red and white lens located over each door. The dome lamps shall be rectangular in shape and shall measure approximately 7.00 inches in length X 3.00 inches in width with a black colored bezel. The white portion of each lamp shall be activated by opening the respective door and both the red and white portion can be activated by individual switches on each lamp.

An additional two-section Whelen LED dome lamp with a red and white lens shall be provided over the engine tunnel which can be activated by individual switches on the lamp.

AUXILIARY DOME LIGHT LH

The cab shall include two (2) 7.00 inch round auxiliary dome lamp over the driver position, the lens on one (1) lamp shall be clear and the other lens shall be red in color. The lamps shall be activated by an individual switch located on the side of the lamp.

AUXILIARY DOME LIGHT RH

The officer position shall include two (2) 7.00 inch round auxiliary dome lamp in the headliner of the cab, the lens on one

(1) lamp shall be clear and the other lens shall be red in color. The lamps shall be activated by an individual switch located on the side of the lamp.

AUXILIARY DOME LIGHT FRONT CREW

The cab headliner above the rear facing crew seats shall include a total of three (3) 7.00 inch dome lamps, with two (2) clear centered over both of the outboard rear facing seating positions, and one (1) red centered between the center rear facing seat position. These lamps shall be activated by an individual switch located on the side of each lamp.

AUXILIARY DOME LIGHT REAR CREW

The cab headliner above the forward facing crew seats shall include two (2) 7.00 inch clear dome lamps and one (1) 7.00 inch red dome lamp. The clear lamps shall be in the outboard positions and the red lamp shall be in the center in line with the clear lights. These lamps shall be activated by an individual switch located on the side of each lamp.

MAP LIGHTS

A Federal Signal Littlite model gooseneck style instrument panel map light with switch at the base and sliding red filter lens shall be installed on the officer side of the dash panel within easy reach.

SPOTLIGHT

There shall be 2 (two) 12 volt Optronics QH-100 hand-held spotlights shipped loose with the chassis. The Optronics spot light shall offer 1,000,000 candle power with a 55 watt quartz halogen bulb. It shall include a 10.00 foot coiled cord and a push button switch.

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DO NOT MOVE APPARATUS LIGHT

The front headliner of the cab shall include a Whelen 500 series red LED flashing light, located in the center for the greatest visibility. The light shall be 5.40 inches long X 1.70 inches wide X 0.90 inches high and shall be clearly labeled

"Do Not Move Apparatus". In addition to the flashing red light, an audible alarm shall be programmed into the MUX system which shall sound when a door is open and the parking brake is released.

MASTER WARNING SWITCH

The optical warning system shall be controlled by a master switch which shall include all “ON” and all “OFF” capability via a virtual button within the MUX display. All warning lights which are “ON” when the master switch is activated shall also activate. This switch shall be clearly labeled for identification.

INBOARD FRONT WARNING LIGHTS

The cab front fascia shall include dual Tomar RECT-46LLWS LED warning lights which shall offer multiple flash patterns including steady burn. The lights shall be surface mounted to the front fascia of the cab within a chrome bezel in the inboard position.

INBOARD FRONT WARNING LIGHTS COLOR

The inboard front warning lights mounted on the fascia shall be split clear/clear with a clear lens.

OUTBOARD FRONT WARNING LIGHTS

The cab front fascia shall include dual Tomar RECT-46CLLWS LED warning lights which shall offer multiple flash patterns including steady burn. The lights shall be surface mounted to the front fascia of the cab within a chrome bezel in the outboard position.

OUTBOARD FRONT WARNING LIGHTS COLOR

The front warning lights mounted on the fascia for the outboard position shall be red/ red.

FRONT WARNING SWITCH

The front warning lights shall be controlled through a virtual control on the MUX display. This switch shall be clearly labeled for identification.

INTERSECTION WARNING LIGHTS

The chassis shall include two (2) Tomar RECT-37CLLWS intersection warning lights, one (1) each side, which shall offer multiple flash patterns including steady burn.

INTERSECTION WARNING LIGHTS COLOR

The intersection lights shall be red/ red.

INTERSECTION WARNING LIGHTS LOCATION

The intersection lights shall be mounted in the rear position on the side of the bumper.

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SIDE WARNING LIGHTS

The cab sides shall include two (2) Tomar RECT-37CLLWS LED warning lights, one (1) each side, which shall offer multiple flash patterns including steady burn.

SIDE WARNING LIGHTS COLOR

The warning lights located on the side of the chassis shall be red/ red.

SIDE WARNING LIGHTS LOCATION

The warning lights on the side of the cab shall be mounted over the front wheel well directly over the center of the front axle.

SIDE AND INTERSECTION WARNING SWITCH

The side warning lights shall be controlled through a virtual control on the MUX display. This switch shall be clearly labeled for identification.

INTERIOR DOOR WARNING LIGHTS

The interior panels of each door shall include one (1) red 4.00 inch diameter LED Truck-Lite warning light which shall be provided on the inner surface of each cab door. Each light shall activate with a flashing pattern when the door is in the open position to serve as an indicator to oncoming traffic.

SIREN CONTROL HEAD

A Code 3 V-Con model 3692 200 watt siren amplifier control head shall be provided and recess mounted in the in the center switch panel in the lower right section of the panel. The siren shall feature wail, yelp, hi-lo, air horn, radio broadcast, public address, a hard wired noise cancelling microphone, park kill, instant “ON”, and adjacent backlighting.

AIR HORN ACTIVATION

The air horn actuation shall be accomplished by a drivers side mounted Linemaster model SP491-S81 foot switch and a black push button on the dash. The LH foot switch shall only activate the horn when the parking brake is released. The dash push button shall only activate the horns when the master warning switch is on. An air horn activation circuit shall be provided to the chassis harness pump panel harness connector.

BACK-UP ALARM

An ECCO model 575 backup alarm shall be installed at the rear of the chassis with an output level of not less than 107 dB. The alarm shall automatically activate when the transmission is placed in reverse. A virtual switch shall be provided on the MUX display to disable of the backup alarm.

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INSTRUMENTATION

An ergonomically designed instrument panel shall be provided. The gauges shall be backlit with red LED lamps. All gauges shall be driven by stepper motor movements. The instrumentation system shall be multiplexed and shall receive engine and transmission information over the J1939 data bus to reduce redundant sensors.

The instrument panel shall contain the following gauges:

One (1) electronic tachometer shall be included. The scale on the tachometer shall read from 0 to 3000 RPM.

One (1) electronic speedometer with an integral LCD odometer/ trip odometer and hour meter shall be included. The speedometer shall have a dual scale with kilometers per hour (KPH) as the dominant scale and miles per hour (MPH) on the minor scale. The speedometer scale shall read from 0 to 140 KPH (0 to 90 MPH). The odometer shall display up to

9,999,999.9 kilometers. The trip odometer shall display up to 9,999.9 kilometers. The LCD screen shall also be capable of displaying certain diagnostic functions. The hour meter shall display engine hours of operation.

One (1) three function gauge with primary air system, secondary air system and fuel level shall be included. The scale on the air pressure gauges shall read from 0 to 140 pounds per square inch (PSI). The air pressure scales shall be nonlinear to expand the scales in the region of normal operation. A red indictor light in the gauge shall indicate a low air pressure. The scale on the fuel level gauge shall read from empty to full. A yellow indicator light in the gauge shall indicate low fuel at the quarter tank level.

One (1) four function gauge with engine oil pressure, coolant temperature, transmission oil temperature and a voltmeter shall be included. The scale on the engine oil pressure gauge shall read from 0 to 140 pounds per square inch (PSI).

The engine oil pressure scale shall be non-linear to expand the scale in the region of normal operation. A red indicator light in the gauge shall indicate low engine oil pressure. The scale on the coolant temperature gauge shall read from 70 to 120 degrees Celsius (C). A red indicator light in the gauge shall indicate high coolant temperature. The scale on the transmission oil temperature gauge shall read from 50 to 150 degrees Celsius (C). A red indicator light in the gauge shall indicate high transmission oil temperature. The scale on the voltmeter shall read from 8 to 16 volts. A red indicator light shall indicate high or low system voltage.

The instrument panel shall contain an Annunciator Module that contains the following indicator lights. All indicator lights shall contain LED lamps.

RED LAMPS

Stop Engine - indicates critical engine fault. (5)

Park Brake - indicates park brake is set.

Volts - indicates high or low system voltage. (4)

Low Oil Press - indicates low engine oil pressure. (4)

High Coolant Temp - indicates excessive engine coolant temperature. (4)

High Trans Temp - indicates excessive transmission oil temperature. (4)

Low Air - indicates low air pressure in either system one or system two. (4)

Low Coolant Level - indicates low engine coolant level. (1) (5)

Air Filter - indicates excessive engine air intake restriction. (5)

Brake System Fault - indicates a failure in the brake system (hydraulic brake systems only). (5)

Seat Belt Indicator - indicates that a seat is occupied and the corresponding seat belt(s) remains unfastened.

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YELLOW LAMPS

Check Engine - indicates engine fault. (5)

Check Trans - indicates transmission fault. (5)

Wait to Start - indicates active engine air preheat cycle. (2) (5)

ABS - indicates anti-lock brake system fault. (5)

Water in Fuel - indicates presence of water in fuel filter. (1) (5)

Check Message Center indicates that there is a fault message present in the LCD digital display.

SRS - indicates a problem in the RollTek supplemental restraint system. (1) (5)

DPF - indicates restriction of the diesel particulate filter. (3) (5)

HEST - indicates a high exhaust system temperature. (3) (5)

MIL - indicates an engine emission control system fault. (3) (5)

Low Fuel - indicates low fuel. (4)

GREEN LAMPS

Left and Right turn signal indicators.

Aux Brake Active - indicates secondary braking device is active. (1)

High Idle - indicates engine high idle is active. (1)

ATC - indicates low wheel traction for automatic traction control equipped vehicles, also indicates mud/snow mode is active for ATC system. (1) (5)

Ok To Pump - indicates that pump engage conditions have been met. (1)

Pump Engaged indicates that pump is currently in use. (1)

BLUE LAMP

High beam indicator.

The instrumentation system shall provide a constant audible alarm for the following situations:

Low air pressure.

Low engine oil pressure.

High engine coolant temperature.

High transmission oil temperature.

Low coolant level. (1)

High or low system voltage

Critical engine fault (Stop Engine).

The Check Message Center icon will illuminate and a message will be displayed in the LCD screen for the following situations:

Cab Ajar

Low Oil Level

Door Ajar

Engine Communication Error

Transmission Communication Error

ABS Communication Error

High Coolant Temp

Turn Signal Reminder (turn signal left on for more than one (1) mile)

Low Fuel

Low Oil Pressure

Low Coolant Level

Low Battery Voltage

High Battery Voltage

Low Primary Air Pressure

Low Secondary Air Pressure

High Trans Temp

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The instrumentation system will provide a continuous alarm for the following situations:

Stop Engine

Low Coolant Level (1)

Brake System Fault

Check Trans

Check Engine

ABS

Engine Communications Error

Transmission Communications Error

ABS Communications Error

Low Fuel

Low Primary Air Pressure

Low Secondary Air Pressure

Low or High Battery Voltage

High Trans Temp

Low Oil Pressure

High Coolant Temp

The instrumentation system will provide a 160 millisecond second alarm every 880 milliseconds for the following situations:

Seat Belt

Air Filter

Water in Fuel (1)

Cab Ajar

Low Oil Level

Door Ajar

The instrumentation system will provide a 160 millisecond second alarm every 5 seconds for the following situation:

Turn Signal Reminder (turn signal left on for more than one (1) mile)

(1) Feature only available when optionally equipped.

(2) Feature only available on engines with preheat capability.

(3) Feature only on vehicles with diesel particulate filter (DPF).

(4) Warning light is present in gauge.

(5) A message in the LCD screen will also be displayed.

AMMETER

Within the LCD screen of the speedometer, a digital ammeter gauge shall be installed which shall measure the electric current flow of the chassis. The LCD screen shall be capable of reporting an amperage reading from between -300 and

270 amps within an accuracy of 1/10 of an amp.

BRAKE APPLICATION PRESSURE GAUGE

Within the dash panel, a brake application pressure gauge shall be installed which shall measure the application air pressure when the brakes are applied.

CLOCK

The officer dash shall include a Class 1 digital style clock. The clock shall include a digital readout in either standard or military time.

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AIR RESTRICTION GAUGE

The instrument panel shall include an Engineered Products air cleaner restriction gauge.

FUEL PRESSURE GAUGE

The dash panel shall include a fuel pressure gauge. This gauge shall utilize an electronic sensor to show increased fuel pressure when the fuel filters become clogged.

CAB EXTERIOR PROTECTION

The cab face shall have a removable plastic film installed over the painted surfaces to protect the paint finish during transport to the body manufacturer.

FIRE EXTINGUISHER

A 2.50 pound D.O.T approved fire extinguisher with BC rating shall be shipped loose with the cab.

ROAD SAFETY KIT

The cab and chassis shall include one (1) emergency road side triangle kit.

DOOR KEYS

The cab and chassis shall include a total of four (4) door keys for the manual door locks.

WARRANTY - CAB AND CHASSIS

The chassis manufacturer shall provide a limited parts and labor warranty to the original purchaser of the custom built cab and chassis for a period of twelve (12) months, or the first 24,000 miles, whichever occurs first. The warranty period shall commence on the date the vehicle is delivered to the end user. The warranty shall include conditional items listed in the detailed warranty document which shall be provided upon request.

OPERATORS AND PARTS LIST MANUAL

There shall be one (1) chassis operator's manual which includes a parts list. Also, wiring and air plumbing diagrams shall be provided as well as a list of any parts or equipment that is shipped loose with the vehicle. All standard wiring and plumbing diagrams shall be created specifically to the chassis model.

ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION OPERATION MANUALS

There shall be one (1) set of engine operation and maintenance manuals and one (1) set of transmission operation manuals specific to the models ordered included with the final vehicle in the ship loose items.

SPARTAN CAB/CHASSIS

Since the Spartan Motors cab/chassis is available to all manufacturers, there will be No Exceptions to the previous

Spartan Motors specification.

CAB/CHASSIS PREPAYMENT

The specified cab/chassis shall be prepaid by Edmonton Fire Department within 30 days of invoice. Edmonton Fire

Department understands that if payment is made after 30 days, additional interest charges may apply.

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CHASSIS MODIFICATIONS

LUBRICATION AND TIRE DATA PLATE

A permanent label in the driving compartment shall specify the quantity and type of the following fluids used in the vehicle and tire information:

 Engine oil

 Engine coolant

 Chassis transmission fluid

 Pump transmission lubrication fluid . . (if applicable)

 Pump priming system fluid, if applicable . . (if applicable)

 Drive axle(s) lubrication fluid

 Air conditioning refrigerant . . (if applicable)

 Air conditioning lubrication oil . . (if applicable)

 Power steering fluid

 Cab tilt mechanism fluid . . (if applicable)

 Transfer case fluid . . (if applicable)

 Equipment rack fluid (if applicable)

 CAFS air compressor system lubricant . . (if applicable)

 Generator system lubricant . . (if applicable)

 Front tire cold pressure

 Rear tire cold pressure

 Maximum tire speed ratings

VEHICLE DATA PLATE

A permanent label in the driving compartment which indicates the following:

 Filter part numbers for the

- Engine

- Transmission

- Air

- Fuel

 Serial numbers for the

- Engine

- Transmission

 Delivered Weights of the Front and Rear Axles

 Paint Brand and Code(s)

 Sales Order Number

OVERALL HEIGHT, LENGTH DATA PLATE (METRIC)

The fire apparatus manufacturer shall permanently affix a high-visibility label in a location visible to the driver while seated.

The label shall show the height of the completed fire apparatus in meters, the length of the completed fire apparatus in meters, and the GVWR in kilograms.

Wording on the label shall indicate that the information shown was current when the apparatus was manufactured and that, if the overall height changes while the vehicle is in service, the fire department must revise that dimension on the plate.

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ACCIDENT PREVENTION

There shall be a placard in the cab seating area which reads, "ALL OCCUPANTS MUST BE SEATED AND BELTED

WHEN THE APPARATUS IS IN MOTION".

PERSONNEL CAPACITY

A label that states the number of personnel the vehicle is designed to carry shall be located in an area visible to the driver.

ACCIDENT PREVENTION

If the rear bumper is 8" deep or more, there shall be a placard on the rear face of the body, in clear sight from the ground, which reads, "WARNING - DO NOT RIDE ON STEPS OR DECK AREAS WHILE THE APPARATUS IS IN MOTION.

DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY MAY RESULT".

WEARING HELMET WARNING

A label stating “DO NOT WEAR HELMET WHILE SEATED” shall be visible from each seating location.

FRONT BUMPER

The front bumper shall be as provided by the cab/chassis manufacturer. No other alternation or modifications are required.

BUMPER GRAVELSHIELD

The bumper extension gravel shield shall be provided by the cab/chassis manufacturer.

AIR HORN(S)

The air horn(s) shall be supplied and installed by the cab/chassis manufacturer.

FRONT MOUNTED WINCH BELLY PAN

The front mounted winch shall have a belly pan to protect it from the elements.

FRONT LIFTING BAR

The front bumper extension shall be provided with a front lifting bar located under the bumper to provide a contact point for wrecker cable attachment to the front axle and help prevent the cable from contacting the lower edge of the bumper.

Tow eyes shall be incorporated into the design of the lifting bar. The design shall match existing Fire Department pumpers. The lifting bar shall be powder coated silver, T353-GR06 for a hard durable finish.

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FRONT MOUNTED "A" FRAME

The front bumper extension shall be provided with an adjustable "A" frame pulley assembly similar to existing Fire

Department units.

The top of the "A" frame shall to have a rotating head to allow off-the-side operation. The head assembly shall incorporate two (2) 6" machined steel cable pulleys complete with drilled stainless steel pins and grease fitting for lubrication.

The "A" frame assembly shall be able to be positioned and locked with pins into three positions; 0 degrees, 45 degrees and 90 degrees from horizontal.

The mount for the "A" frame assembly shall be constructed of 3/4" steel plate and securely attached to the front bumper extension. The pivot assembly shall be fabricated from a heavy duty stainless steel pin capable of being greased.

A front shroud shall be provided with the “A” frame which shall be pivot out of the way when the “A” frame is lowered. The shroud shall be designed to protect personnel from walking into the “A” frame mounting.

The entire assembly shall be powder coat painted silver, T353-GR06 for a hard durable finish.

A highly visible label shall be provided at cab tilt control stating: "LOWER FRONT A-FRAME".

The front “A” frame shall be provided with a cab-tilt interlock to prevent the cab from tilting unless the “A” frame is in the lowered position.

FRONT WINCH PIVOT PLATE

A 1/4" steel plate with a 1" diameter hole shall be provided centered and mounted 6" below the top of the winch drum.

The plate shall be designed to be used as a pivot for the winch cable guides. The assembly shall be powder coat painted silver, T353-GR06 for a hard durable finish.

CAB SPOTLIGHTS

The two (2) cab cab/chassis supplied spotlights shall be mounted in cab crew area one (1) each side between upper forward and middle windows in raised roof.

FRONT TOW PROVISIONS

The front tow provisions shall be supplied and installed by the cab/chassis manufacturer.

EXHAUST

The exhaust system shall be as provided by cab/chassis manufacturer. No other alternation or modifications are required.

The exhaust piping and discharge outlet shall be located or shielded so as not to expose any portion of the apparatus or equipment to excessive heating.

Exhaust pipe discharge shall be directed away from any operator’s position.

Where parts of the exhaust system are exposed so that they are likely to cause injury to operating personnel, protective guards shall be provided.

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CONVEX MIRROR

Add one (1) 3" convex mirror on lower right officer main mirror to assist in blind spot.

COMMUNICATIONS RADIO/ANTENNA

CAB

Provide and install one (1) Tyco Electronics M7100-IP, 806-870 MHz, 35W mobile radio with the following system features; 800 system groups feature part number MAHG-PL3R, EDACS radio feature set part number MAHG-ED,

Industry Canada option part number MAHG-EC1A. Radio system shall interface with the specified Peltor intercom system.

 Mobile radio will require the following accessories one (1) palm mic part number MC101616VI R3A, one (1) mic clip part number 344A4678P1.

 No external speakers are required as they feedback with portable radio operation.

Officers Position - M7100 mobile radio location :

One (1) Tyco Electronics M7100-IP remote mount system control unit part number MAHG-CP7X and one (1) Tyco

Electronics M7100-IP, 806-870 MHz, 35W mobile radio transceiver part number MAHG-S8MXX.

The remote mount system control unit is to be mounted on the front dash area to be accessible to the Officer position. The mobile radio transceiver will be mounted under the cab desk position behind the Officer position.

Easy access shall be provided to the mobile radio transceiver for programming.

Radio shall be installed per manufacturer’s requirements and wired for proper 12 volt power and ground.

MDT TRAY

A custom built aluminum slide-out tray will be provided on dash in front of officer seat position. Tray will be built to hold

Edmonton laptop computer and keyboard. Tray will have a gas pressurized shock to hold tray in both the in and out positions. Tray will be painted black onyx Zolatone to match cab interior dash color.

HELMET STORAGE

No helmet storage is required in the in the cab driving or crew area.

MUDFLAPS

There shall be rubber mudflaps furnished and installed behind each set of tires. In addition there shall be two (2) rubber mudflaps furnished and installed at front outer edge of body 24" wide x 9" from ground.

AIR BRAKE SYSTEM QUICK BUILD-UP

The air brake quick build-up system shall be supplied from the specified automatic electric compressor in order to maintain full operating air pressure while the vehicle is not running.

The quick buildup system shall provide sufficient air pressure so that the apparatus has no brake drag and is able to stop under the intended operating conditions following the 60-second buildup time.

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ROAD EMERGENCY SAFETY KIT

One (1) set of three dual faced triangular warning flares with fold away base complete with storage case per DOT requirements shall be provided with the completed apparatus.

One (1) 2.5 lb. ABC type vehicle fire extinguisher with bracket shall be provided and mounted in the cab or the front streetside compartment.

CHASSIS AIR TANK LABELS

Labels shall be provided on streetside rubrail area above cable drains for air tanks as follows; front-to-rear; "WET"

"FRONT" "REAR" "AUX".

FUEL FILL

There shall be one (1) Cast Products fuel fill door located in the streetside exterior wheel well panel, behind the rear axle.

The fill door shall have a spring-loaded hinged door and a permanent label with the text "DIESEL FUEL ONLY".

PLACARD HOLDERS

Four (4) placard holds shall be provided, one (1) on front bumper, and one (1) in each upper window on side of cab, and one (1) on rear curbside body panel above reflective stripe.

BODY DESIGN

The importance of public safety associated with emergency vehicles requires that the construction of this vehicle meet the following specifications. These specifications are written to establish the minimum level of quality and design. All Bidders shall be required to meet these minimum requirements.

It is the intent of these specifications to fully describe the requirements for a custom built emergency type vehicle. In order to extend the expected service life of this vehicle, the body module shall be removable from the chassis frame and be capable of being installed on a new chassis.

The sheet metal material requirements, including alloy and material thickness, throughout the specifications are considered to be a minimum. Since such materials are available to all Manufacturers, the material specifications shall be strictly adhered to.

The fabrication of the body shall be formed sheet metal. Formed components shall allow the Edmonton Fire Department to have the body repaired locally in the case where any object has struck the body and caused damage. The use of proprietary extrusions will prevent the Edmonton Fire Department from such repair and shall NOT be used.

Following construction of the subframe, which supports the apparatus body, the sheet metal portion of the body shall be built directly on the subframe. The joining of the subframe and body shall be of a welded integral construction.

The sheet metal fabrication of the body shall be performed using inert gas continuous feed welders only. The entire body shall be welded construction. The use of pop rivets in any portion of structural construction may allow premature failure of the body structure. Therefore, pop rivets shall NOT be used in the construction of the structural portions of the body. This includes side body sheets, inner panels of compartment doors, and any other structural portions of the body.

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EXTERIOR ALUMINUM BODY

The fabrication of the body shall be constructed from aluminum 3003H-14 alloy smooth plate. This shall include compartment front panel, vertical side sheets, side upper rollover panels, rear panels and compartment door frames.

The body compartment floors and exterior panels shall be constructed with not less than 3/16" (.187) aluminum 3003H-14 smooth plate. Interior compartment dividing walls shall be constructed with not less than 1/8" (.125) aluminum 3003H-14 smooth plate. Lighter gauge sheet metal will not be acceptable in these areas.

The door side frame openings shall be formed "C" channel design. An electrical wiring conduit raceway running the full length of exterior compartments shall be provided. This raceway shall contain all 12 volt wiring running to the rear of the apparatus, permitting easy accessibility to wiring.

Individual compartment modules, with dead air space voids between compartments, will not be an acceptable method of compartment construction.

The compartments shall be an integral part of the body construction. Compartment floors from front of body to ahead of rear axle, also from rear axle to rear of body shall be single one-piece sections. Compartment floors shall be preformed, then positioned in body and welded into final position.

Compartment floors shall have a "sweep-out" design with door opening threshold positioned lower than compartment floor, permitting easy cleaning of compartments. Angles, lips, or door moldings are not acceptable in the base of compartment door opening. One-way rubber drain valves shall be provided in compartment floors so that a water hose may be used to flush-out compartment area.

All exterior seams in sheet metal below frame, and around the rear wheel well area shall be welded continuous to prevent moisture from entering compartments. All other interior seams and corners shall be sealed with silicone based caulk prior to painting.

Only stainless steel bolts, nuts, and sheet metal screws shall be used in mounting exterior trim, hardware and equipment.

Exterior compartments shall have louvers in lower back wall of compartment for ventilation.

ROOF CONSTRUCTION

The roof shall be integral with the body and shall be all welded construction. The roof shall be reinforced with 2" x 2" tubing running the full width of the body. All seams in the roof area shall be welded prior to paint to prevent entry of moisture.

BODY SUBFRAME

To assure proper body alignment and clearance, the body subframe shall be constructed directly on the chassis.

The chassis frame rails shall be fitted with 1/4" custom extruded UHMW polyethylene rail cap to isolate the body frame members from direct contact with chassis frame rails.

The body subframe shall be constructed from 6061T6 aluminum alloy tubing. Subframe shall consist of two (2) 2" x 6" x

1/4" aluminum tubes, the same width as the chassis frame rails, NO EXCEPTION. Welded to this tubing shall be crossmembers of 2" x 6" x 1/4" aluminum. These crossmembers shall extend the full width of the body to support the compartments. Crossmembers shall be located at front and rear of the body, below compartment divider walls, and in front and rear of wheel well opening. Additional aluminum crossmembers shall be located as necessary to support walkway or heavy equipment.

To form the frame, the tubing shall be beveled and welded at each joint using 5356 aluminum alloy welding wire.

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BODY MOUNTING

The body subframe shall be fastened to the chassis frame with a minimum of six (6) spring loaded body mounts. Each mount shall be configured using a two-piece encapsulated slide bracket. The two (2) brackets shall be fabricated of heavy duty 1/4" thick steel and shall have a powder coat finish to prevent any corrosion. Each mounting assembly shall utilizing two (2) 3/4" diameter x 6" long grade 8 bolts and two (2) heavy duty springs. The assembly design shall allow the body and subframe to act as one (1) component, separate from the chassis. As the chassis frame twists under driving conditions, the spring mounting system shall eliminate any stress from being transferred into the body. The spring loaded body mounts shall also prevent frame side rail or body damage caused by unevenly distributed stress and strains due to load and chassis movement.

Body mountings that do not allow relief from chassis movement will not be acceptable.

10" REAR STEP BUMPER

The full width rear bumper shall be constructed from 2" x 2" x 1/4" aluminum tubing frame and covered with 3/16" NFPA compliant aluminum tread plate. The bumper shall extend from the rear vertical body panel 10" and provide a rear step with a minimum of 1/2" space at body for water drainage.

REAR TOW EYES

There shall be two (2) heavy duty rear mounted tow eyes securely attached to the chassis frame and mounted above the rear bumper. The tow eyes shall be fabricated from 3/4" thick steel plate and shall have a black powder coat finish.

TRAILER HITCH INSTALLATION

A Class III, 7,500 lbs. weight carrying capacity (gross trailer weight) rear hitch receiver shall be provided below the rear bumper. The receiver shall be attached to the apparatus body frame.

The hitch shall be complete with a 2" square receiver. Safety chain attachment and a Pollack #11-720 7-pin trailer wiring plug (wired per Edmonton drawing provided) receptacle shall be provided at the rear bumper. The trailer plug shall be recessed into the rear step as high as possible.

Without the use of a "weight distribution" ball hitch the Class III receiver shall have a capacity of 5,000 lbs. gross trailer weight.

TRAILER BRAKE CONTROLLER

A Tekonsha Voyager trailer brake controller shall be supplied and installed in the cab. The controller shall apply power to the trailer brakes in proportion to vehicle's deceleration. The controller shall provide a continuous diagnostic check for proper connection and shorted magnet conditions.

GROUND LIGHTS

Two (2) OnScene Solutions 9" LED Nightstik ground lights shall be mounted below the rear bumper.

WHEEL WELL EXTERIOR PANEL

The exterior panel of the body wheel well enclosure shall be constructed from 3/16" smooth aluminum panels.

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STAINLESS STEEL BODY FENDERS

The body wheel well openings shall be provided with round radius, polished stainless steel fenderettes. The fenderettes shall be bolted and easily replaceable if damaged. The fenderettes shall be installed using a rubber gasket to reduce buildup of moisture and/or debris.

WHEEL WELL LINERS

The wheel wells shall be provided with an easily removable 1/8" smooth aluminum circular inner fender liner. The inner liner shall be bolted to the wheel well with stainless steel bolts and spaced away from the wheel well so the liner will not accumulate dirt or water.

SCBA BOTTLE COMPARTMENTS

There shall be three (3) SCBA compartments located adjacent to the rear wheels. There shall be two (2) on the curbside and one (1) on the streetside of the apparatus body. Each compartment shall have a Cast Products aluminum door assembly with a positive catch latch. The compartment shall allow the storage of SCBA bottles up to 7-3/4" in diameter.

The door shall activate the "Hazard Warning Light" in the cab when not in the closed position.

ALUMINUM BODY PAINT SPECIFICATIONS

BODY PAINT PREPARATION

After the body and components have been fabricated they shall be disassembled prior to painting so when the vehicle is complete there shall be finish paint beneath the removable components. The body shall be totally removed from chassis during the pain process to insure the entire unit is covered. The body and components shall be metal finished as follows to provide a superior substrate for painting.

The exterior body shall undergo a thorough cleaning process starting with a biodegradable phosphoric acid solution to begin the etching process followed by a complete clear water rinse. The next step shall consist of a chemical conversion coating applied to seal the metal substrate and become part of the metal surface for greater film adhesion. If the compartment interior is to be painted the interior shall be acid etched as described above then primed with an epoxy primer and all seams caulked.

All bright metal fittings, if unavailable in stainless steel or polished aluminum, shall be chrome plated. Iron fittings shall be copper under plated prior to chrome plating.

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PAINT PROCESS

The paint process shall follow the strict standards set forth by PPG Industries guidelines. Painters applying PPG products will be PPG Certified Commercial Technicians, and re-certified every two (2) years.

The body shall go through an eight-stage paint process;

1. Clean bare metal using a solvent base wax & grease remover.

2. Finish all exterior body seams as necessary, followed by a thorough sanding of all bare metal to be painted.

3. Re-clean bare metal using a solvent base wax & grease remover.

4. Bare Metal Epoxy Primer Coat - PPG Delfleet® Evolution corrosion resistance epoxy primer to be applied at 1.0-2.0 mills DFT over clean abraded bare metal.

5. Primer Filler Coat - PPG Delfleet® Evolution urethane build primer to achieve total thickness of 3.0-6.0 mils DFT after sanding.

6. Basecoat (Color) - PPG Delfleet® Evolution High Solids Polyurethane Basecoat. Apply 1.0-3.0 mils DFT of basecoat color to achieve full hiding.

7. Clear coat PPG Delfleet® Evolution polyurethane premium quality clear coat with improved mar resistant finish. The clear coat shall be applied to achieve a total dry film thickness of 2.0-3.0 mils.

8. Curing process of the painted body shall go through a force dry/bake cycle process. The painted components shall be baked 180 degrees for 2 hours to achieve a complete coating cure on the finished product.

MACHINE POLISHED

After the force dry/bake cycle and ample cool down time, the coated surface shall be sanded using 1,000, 1,500, and or

3,000 grit sandpaper to remove surface defects. In the final step, the surface shall be buffed then polished to an extra high gloss smooth finish. Total dry film thickness of paint will average between 8.0-12.0 mils.

PAINT - ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT

The contractor shall meet or exceed all current State (his) regulations concerning paint operations. Pollution control shall include measures to protect the atmosphere, water and soil. PPG Delfleet® Evolution paint shall be free of all heavy metal

(lead & chromate) components. Paint emissions from sanding and painting shall be filtered and collected. All paint wastes shall be disposed of in an environmentally safe manner. Solvents used in cleanup operations shall be collected, sent offsite for distillation and returned for reuse.

PAINT FINISH - SINGLE COLOR

The body shall be painted with a single color of PPG Delfleet® Evolution paint as described above.

Prior to the assembly and reinstallation of exterior components; i.e. warning and DOT lights, handrails, steps, door hardware, and miscellaneous items, an isolation tape, or gasket shall be used to prevent damage to the finish painted surfaces. These components shall be fastened to body using either a plastic insert into body metal with stainless steel screws or zinc coated nutserts into body surface using stainless steel bolts to prevent corrosion from dissimilar metals.

Touch-up paint shall be provided with completed vehicle.

 Paint Color: Match cab/chassis supplied paint color.

BODY UNDERCOATING

The entire underside of body shall be sprayed with black automotive undercoating. Undercoating shall cover all areas underside of body and wheel well area to help prevent corrosion under the vehicle.

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UNDERCOAT WARRANTY

The body undercoating shall have a warranty provided by the manufacturer for the lifetime of the vehicle or twenty (20) years, whichever occurs first. The warranty shall be transferable between vehicle owners. Should the undercoating material applied to the underside of the body and wheel wells of the vehicle ever flake off, peel, chip or crack due to drying out, the damaged area shall be re-sprayed without charge to the vehicle owner.

PAINT WARRANTY

The vehicle shall be provided with a ten (10) year non-prorated warranty to the original owner. Warranty is provided by

PPG Inc. A warranty sheet with all conditions and maintenance procedures shall be provided with the delivered vehicle.

COMPARTMENT INTERIOR FINISH

The interior of all exterior body compartments shall be a "Maintenance Free" smooth unpainted finish. All body seams shall be finished with a caulk sealant for both appearance and moisture protection.

REFLECTIVE STRIPE

All retroreflective materials shall conform to the requirements of ASTM D 4956, Standard Specification for Retroreflective

Sheeting for Traffic Control, Section 6.1.1 for Type I Sheeting.

All retroreflective materials used that are colors not listed in ASTM D 4956, Section 6.1.1, shall have a minimum coefficient of retroreflection of 10 with observation angle of 0.2 degrees and entrance angle of -4 degrees.

Any printed or processed retroreflective film construction used shall conform to the standards required of an integral colored film as specified in ASTM D 4956, Section 6.1.1.

REFLECTIVE STRIPE - CAB SIDE

A retroreflective stripe(s) shall be affixed to at least 50 percent of the cab and body length on each side.

The stripe or combination of stripes shall be a minimum of 4 in. (100 mm) in total width.

The 6 in. (152 mm) wide stripe or combination of stripes shall be permitted to be interrupted by objects (i.e., receptacles, cracks between slats in roll up doors) provided the full stripe is seen as conspicuous when approaching the apparatus.

 The stripe material shall be 3M Scotchcal 680.

 This reflective stripe shall be white in color.

There shall be a 3/4" blue pinstripe located on the top and bottom edges of the main stripe with a 1/4" gap.

 This reflective stripe shall be blue in color.

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REFLECTIVE STRIPE - CAB FRONT

A reflective stripe shall be affixed to the front of cab. The stripe or combination of stripes shall be a minimum of 4 in. (100 mm) in total width.

The 6 in. (152 mm) wide retroreflective stripe(s) shall be affixed to at least 25 percent of the width of the front of the apparatus.

 The stripe material shall be 3M Scotchcal 680.

 This reflective stripe shall be white in color.

There shall be a 3/4" blue pinstripe located on the top and bottom edges of the main stripe with a 1/4" gap.

 This reflective stripe shall be blue in color.

REFLECTIVE STRIPE - BODY SIDES

A 6" minimum reflective stripe shall be affixed to the sides of the body.

 The stripe material shall be 3M Scotchcal 680.

 This reflective stripe shall be white in color.

There shall be a 3/4" blue pinstripe located on the top and bottom edges of the main stripe with a 1/4" gap.

 This reflective stripe shall be blue in color.

The stripe shall extend from the front cab doors where it will angle up and then extend straight back to the rear of the body to match existing units.

CHEVRON REFLECTIVE STRIPE - REAR SIDES PANELS

At least 50 percent of the rear-facing vertical surfaces, visible from the rear of the apparatus, excluding any pump panel areas not covered by a door, shall be equipped with retroreflective striping in a chevron pattern sloping downward and away from the centerline of the vehicle at an angle of 45 degrees. Each stripe shall be 6" width.

The rear side panels only of the body shall have a Chevron style reflective stripe layout, and cover as much of the rear side panels as possible. Chevron panels shall have a 3M UV over laminate to protect from UV rays, scene damage, and everyday use. Chevron panels shall have a minimum 10 year warranty for material failure, and colorfastness.

 The stripe material shall be 3M Diamond Grade.

All retroreflective materials required shall conform to the requirements of ASTM D 4956, Standard Specification for

Retroreflective Sheeting for Traffic Control, Section 6.1.1 for Type I Sheeting.

 This reflective Chevron stripe shall alternate red and yellow in color.

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LETTERING

The following lettering shall be furnished and installed on the completed unit:

SIDE CAB DOOR LETTERING

There shall be eight (8) 8" high reflective letters furnished and installed on the vehicle.

Lettering shall be provided in-line with reflective stripe on front cab doors as follows; "FIRE"

 This reflective lettering shall be white in color.

UPPER BODY SIDE LETTERING

There shall be thirty six (36) 10" high reflective letters furnished and installed on the vehicle.

"EDMONTON FIRE RESCUE"

 This reflective lettering shall be white in color.

REAR BODY LETTERING

There shall be eight (8) 10" high reflective letters furnished and installed on the vehicle.

Located on each side of rear stairway above reflective stripe "FIRE".

 This reflective lettering shall be white in color.

FRONT OF CAB LETTERING

There shall be three (3) 4" high reflective letters furnished and installed on the vehicle.

Lettering shall be provided on front cab streetside radius as follows; "71?"

 This reflective lettering shall be white in color.

CAB ROOF LETTERING

There shall be three (3) 22" high reflective letters furnished and installed on the vehicle.

Lettering shall be provided as follows; "71?"

 This reflective lettering shall be white in color.

SUPPLIED DECALS

The bidder shall install two (2) Edmonton Fire Department supplied decal(s) on the vehicle, located on the front cab doors..

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EXTERIOR COMPARTMENT DOORS

ROLL-UP DOOR CONSTRUCTION - ROBINSON (ROM)

The apparatus shall be equipped with Robinson Series III roll-up exterior compartment doors. Robinson roll-up doors shall be complete with the following features;

 Doors shall be front roll with drum positioned at upper front portion of compartment to afford maximum clearances and head room for mounting equipment to ceiling of compartment

 There shall be a non-abrasive side brush seals

 Magnetic door ajar system must be integrated in lift bar handle and the retainer block to signal open door. No mechanical switches or switches interior to the compartment shall be used

 Every slat must have interlocking end shoes to prevent slat from moving side-to-side and binding the door

 Between each slat must be a co-extruded PVC inner seal to prevent metal-to-metal contact and to repel moisture.

This inner seal is not visible to detract from appearance of door

 Slats are to have interlocking joints with a folding locking flange to provide security and prevent penetration by sharp objects

 Slats to be double-wall extrusion 1.366" high by .315" thick. Exterior surface to be flat and interior surface to be concave to prevent loose equipment from interfering with door operation

 Latch system to be a full width one piece lift bar operable by one (1) hand

 A 2" wide finger pull integrated into the bottom rail extrusion for easy one (1) hand opening and closing

 Clip system that connects the curtain slats to the operator drum which allows for easy tension adjustment without tools

 Each roll-up door shall have a 4" diameter counterbalance operator drum to assist in lifting the door.

 Track shall be one-piece aluminum that has an attaching flange and finishing flange incorporated into its design

 Drip rail will have specially designed seal that prevents the seal from scratching the door

 Bottom rail extrusion must have smooth back to prevent loose equipment from jamming the door

 Bottom rail to have "V" shaped double seal to prevent water and debris from entering the compartment

 Standard replacement parts to be shipped from the United States and available in as little as 48 hours

Each shutter door shall decrease the compartment door frame opening approximately 2.00" in width and approximately

4.50" in height for the bottom section of door assembly.

EXTERIOR ROLL-UP DOOR FINISH - SATIN

The roll-up doors shall have a satin aluminum finish on the door slats and the door trim components.

The specified retroreflective stripe material shall be applied on the roll-up compartment doors. The stripe shall be precision machine cut for each door slat of the roll-up doors. Under no circumstance will the stripe material be cut on rollup door surface.

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BODY HEIGHT MEASUREMENTS

The vertical body dimensions shall be as follows:

B

C

AHEAD OF REAR AXLE

A

Description

Bottom of Subframe to Top of Body

Bottom of Subframe to Bottom of Body

Vertical Door Opening

-with roll-up door

-with hinged door

Dimension

84.0"

25.0"

67.5"

71.5"

ABOVE REAR AXLE

D

Description

Vertical Door Opening - Above Rear Wheel

Dimension

-with roll-up door

-with hinged door

BEHIND REAR AXLE

34.0"

37.0"

E

F

Description

Bottom of Subframe to Bottom of Body

Vertical Door Opening

-with roll-up door

-with hinged door

GENERAL

Description

Dimension

20.0"

62.0"

66.0"

Dimension

G Bottom of Drip Rail to Top of Body

(Dimensions are generic and subject to change during the actual design process)

33.5"

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UPPER BODY COMPARTMENTS

The forward transverse compartment shall be 90.0" wide x 26.0" long x 33.5" deep. There shall be four (4) compartments parallel to the sides of the body, two (2) on each side. Each of these compartments shall be 74.0" wide x 26.0" long x

23.5" deep. The compartments shall be separated by stationary vertical partitions located under each door sill. Each compartment shall be integral with the body construction, and will not be bolted or add-on modules. The outside walls of each compartment will be double walled to prevent equipment from denting the outside painted surface.

Each compartment shall have a lift-up type compartment door hinged on the outboard side. Each door shall be fabricated from 3/16" aluminum tread plate. Each door shall have two (2) pneumatic type cylinders, one (1) at each end, attached to cast aluminum brackets mounted to the interior surface of the door to hold the door in both the opened and closed positions. Each door shall be mounted using 16" long, equally spaced, 14 gauge stainless steel hinges, with 1/4" stainless steel pin. The gravity-driven, sealed, ball-style tilt switch shall be mounted to one of the cast aluminum mounting brackets to activate the door open indicator system and the interior compartment light. A polyester barrier film gasket shall be placed between stainless steel hinge and the body mounting surface as necessary to prevent corrosion caused by dissimilar metals.

Each compartment door shall overlap a 2" vertical lip on the body roof to prevent entry of moisture and sealed with automotive type rubber molding to provide a weather resistant seal.

Each compartment shall have a horizontally mounted OnScene Solutions LED Night Stik on the underside of the door that will be automatically activated when the door is opened and wired to the NFPA required hazard warning light provided in cab.

 Front transverse compartment to be provided with two (2) bolted front-to-rear support beams spaced up from floor to provide 14" of clear storage space from top of beams to top of compartment. Space beams approximately 60" apart.

Beams will support customer stokes baskets and equipment while providing open storage on floor of compartment.

 Curbside forward compartment to be provided with module for two (2) customer O2 cylinders approximately 5" diameter.

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 The following mounting brackets shall be provided for mounting equipment in roof compartments as follows;

Qty. Location Description Size Material

1

4

4

1

2

1

8

Roof Compt TL2 64.375W x 14.375D x 18H

(SS rearward)

20L

(CS forward)

20L

(CS forward)

7.5W x 1.5D x 7.5H

(CS forward)

4W x 18D x 4H

(CS forward)

(CS forward)

56W x 10D x 6.5H

.125 Thk Alum

Sht

Shallow

ShelfTrac

Deep ShelfTrac

.125 Thk Alum

Sht

.125 Thk Alum

Sht

.125 Thk Alum

Sht

Purchased

(CS forward)

4

2

(Roof Center)

(Roof Center)

Support

.25 wall 2x2

Tubing

Stokes Basket Horizontal 2W x 2H x .25 wall x 27.625 L .25 wall 2x2

Support Tubing

8

(Roof Center)

Stokes Basket Mounting 2W x 2H x 2L

Angle

.25 Thk Alum

Angle

 There shall be one (1) air bag storage module located in upper body compartment streetside rearward. Larger

(heaver) bags to be located nearest upper body walkway. Three (3) hose pockets to be located bolted to rear compartment wall approximately 20" wide x 18" deep x 4" wide. A storage area for control case shall also be included.

Fire Department Holmatro air bags include: (1) HLB-18 (14" x 26"), (1) HLB-24 (12.5" x 40"), (1) HLB-20 (20" x 20"),

(1) HLB-11 (15" x 15"), (1) HLB-29 (24" x 24"). Control case (9" x 22" x 15.5").

UPPER BODY WALKWAY

A recessed walkway shall be provided recessed at the center of the roof area. The walkway shall be finished with NFPA compliant 3/16" aluminum tread plate with continuously welded seams to prevent moisture penetration into apparatus body. Drains shall be installed in the walkway to allow moisture to drain to the ground through flexible drain hose.

GRIP STRUT OVERLAYS FOR WALKWAY/STEPS

Upper body walkway and rear body step treads shall be provided with aluminum Grip-Strut style overlay to provide more agressive footing than tread plate can provide. Overlay panels shall be attached directly to aluminum tread plate.

ROOF ACCESS STAIRWAY

The rear of the body shall be provided with a recessed center stairway with minimum 34" width. Stairs treads shall be 10" minimum depth and formed from 3/16" NFPA compliant aluminum tread plate with uniformed riser height design. Stair treads will be continuously welded into side walls, bolt-in treads will not be acceptable. Roll-out ladder design requiring set-up time and 8 plus feet behind apparatus or vertical ladders that do not allow firefighter to safely ascend or descend with equipment will not be acceptable.

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STAIRWAY HANDRAILS

There shall be two (2) handrails provided, one (1) on each side wall of recessed center stairway providing three-points of contact at all times for safer access to roof compartments. The handrails shall be angled for optimum use during ingress or egress of the upper walkway area.

Handrails shall be NFPA compliant 1-1/4" extruded aluminum tubing with chrome plated end stanchions.

 There shall be two (2) removable UPF brand plastic tool box(s) with hand holes for carrying. One (1) located in each lower rear step compartment, one (1) approximately 22" W x 20-1/2" D x 5" H, and one (1) approximately 22" W x 12-

1/2" D x 4" H.

WALKWAY LIGHTS

There shall be Two (2) OnScene Solutions 9" LED Night Stik lights provided to illuminate the upper body walkway area.

The lights shall be activated when the parking brake is set.

Each light shall be mounted in a ball burnished cast aluminum housing to protect against damage from personnel or equipment.

STEP COMPARTMENT(S) - LOWER

There shall be two (2) compartment(s) located in the roof access stairway area. Each compartment shall have a horizontally hinged door with a D-ring handle. Each compartment shall be manufactured to prevent road debris, dirt and moisture from entering the enclosure. The compartment(s) shall be 26" wide x 8" high x the maximum appropriate dimensions based upon requirements for structural integrity of the body.

Each Compartment shall have an OnScene Solutions LED Night Stik that will be automatically activated when the door is opened and wired to the NFPA required hazard warning light provided in the cab.

STEP COMPARTMENT - UPPER

There shall be one (1) upper compartment located in the roof access stairway area. The compartment shall have a horizontally hinged door with a D-ring handle. The compartment shall be manufactured to prevent road debris, dirt and moisture from entering the enclosure. The compartment shall be approximately 26" wide x 8" high x depth of equipment.

Each Compartment shall have an OnScene Solutions LED Night Stik that will be automatically activated when the door is opened and wired to the NFPA required hazard warning light provided in the cab.

Devices to secure equipment, compartment dividers, or UHMW plastic angles, or sheeting will be used for storage of specified equipment as required to prevent damage to equipment.

The compartment will be designed to store the following equipment:

FOLD-DOWN STEP

There shall be one (1) fold-down step located at the bottom of the roof access stairway to reduce the distance from the ground to the first step. The step shall manually fold up into the stairway during travel. The step shall activate the

"Hazard Warning Light" in the cab when not in the stowed position.

A locking pin shall be provided to secure folding step in stored position.

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REAR BODY HANDRAILS

There shall be two (2) vertical handrails on the rear of the body. Handrails shall be NFPA compliant 1-1/4" extruded aluminum tubing with chrome plated end stanchions.

BODY WIDTH DIMENSIONS

The body shall be 100.0" wide, not including drip rail or non-permanent fixtures. Interior compartment depth dimensions shall be:

Area Description Dimension

95.5" Transverse Area:

- Above Top of Subframe

Compartment Depth:

- Below Top of Subframe

24.5"

- Ahead of Rear Axle

Compartment Depth:

- Below Top of Subframe

- Behind the Rear Axle

23.5"

(Eng. Note)

(Dimensions are generic and subject to change during the actual design process)

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STREETSIDE COMPARTMENT - FRONT (S1)

The interior useable compartment width shall be approximately 56.0" wide.

The compartment door opening shall be approximately 49.0" wide.

This compartment shall have a Robinson roll-up door with an exterior satin aluminum finish.

- There shall be NO keyed lock on this roll-up compartment door.

- One (1) nylon strap shall be provided to assist in closing the door. The strap shall be fastened to the left side of the lower inside door sill. The strap shall extend from the left side of the lower inside door sill to a footman loop attached to the center of the left side of the door frame.

Compartment threshold protection plate shall be installed on the bottom edge of the compartment door opening. The threshold protection shall be fabricated from an aluminum extrusion with an anodized exterior finish.

COMPARTMENT COMPONENTS

 There shall be vertically mounted shelf trac for shelving installation.

 There shall be one (1) slide-out track approximately 40" deep with three (3) "J" hooks mounted to Uni-strut in upper left side of compartment for coiled electric cables.

 There shall be one (1) 1,000 lbs. slide-out tray(s) with an OnScene Solutions base approximately 94" deep and as wide as the compartment layout or door opening permits, capable of extending out either side of the body located above the level of the chassis frame rails.

- 3M™ Diamond Grade™ Conspicuity striping shall be provided on the front and side faces of the tray. The striping shall be 2" wide and red/white in color.

 There shall be one (1) long equipment module(s) located on upper right side of compartment with hinged drop-down door approximately 24" W x 12" H x 60" D. Module shall have Teflon slides on floor to protect equipment being stored.

- One (1) Edmonton Fire Department supplied folding ladder (51-1/2" long x 23-1/2" wide x 8" high folded).

 There shall be one (1) removable UPF brand plastic tool box(s) with hand holes for carrying approximately 24" L x 10"

W x 16" D located at base of compartment.

 The floor of the compartment above the frame rails shall be extended to the interior edge of the door. The floor shall have a 2" vertical lip and a 1" return to increase strength.

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 One (1) Hannay ECR1618-17-18 cable reel(s) capable of storing 200' of 10/3 electric cable. The rewind switch for each reel shall be located adjacent to the reel it controls.

- The cable reel shall equipped with 200' of 10/3 SEOW black cable, a molded plastic ball clamp, and a single heavy duty L5-30 twist-lock female plug at the end.

- One (1) Akron model EJB, cast aluminum electrical power distribution box with yellow powder coat painted finish shall be provided. The power distribution box shall include:

- A 12" pigtail that terminates in an L5-30 configuration to match the cable on the cord reel. The outlet configuration shall include:

- One (1) L5-20 single twist lock receptacle

- One (1) L5-20 single twist lock receptacle

- One (1) L5-20 single twist lock receptacle

- One (1) L5-20 single twist lock receptacle

- One (1) EJB vertical apparatus mounting bracket - treadplate

 The front transverse compartment shall be provided with one (1) 56,000 BTU hot water type heater(s) installed on the interior of the body. The heater(s) shall be connected to the chassis engine cooling system with shut-off valves and shall have a three-speed, 12 volt blower.

 Two (2) vertically mounted OnScene Solutions LED Nightstiks.

 One (1) OnScene Solutions 9" LED Nightstik ground light shall be provided below the body.

 Two (2) 3-1/2" x 3-1/2" black plastic louvered vents shall be provided in lower compartment.

 The 12 volt electrical distribution panel shall be located in the streetside front lower compartment.

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STREETSIDE COMPARTMENT - AHEAD OF REAR WHEELS (S2)

The interior useable compartment width shall be approximately 56.0" wide.

The compartment door opening shall be approximately 49.0" wide.

This compartment shall have a Robinson roll-up door with an exterior satin aluminum finish.

- There shall be NO keyed lock on this roll-up compartment door.

- One (1) nylon strap shall be provided to assist in closing the door. The strap shall be fastened to the left side of the lower inside door sill. The strap shall extend from the left side of the lower inside door sill to a footman loop attached to the center of the left side of the door frame.

Compartment threshold protection plate shall be installed on the bottom edge of the compartment door opening. The threshold protection shall be fabricated from an aluminum extrusion with an anodized exterior finish.

COMPARTMENT COMPONENTS

 There shall be vertically mounted shelf trac for shelving installation.

 There shall be one (1) 400 lbs. slide-out tray(s) located on lower floor approximately 24" deep and as wide as the compartment layout or door opening permits. Angles shall be provided in tray for mounting Fire Department supplied

(1) gas fan (20" L x 22" W x 22" H) and (1) electric fan (19" L x 19" H x 14-3/4" W).

 The following ventilation fan mounting brackets will be provided for mounting fans in this tray;

- Two (2) 2" x 2" x 19"

- Two (2) 2" x 2" x 20"

- One (1) 2" x 2" x 14.75"

- 3M™ Diamond Grade™ Conspicuity striping shall be provided on the front face of the tray. The striping shall be

2" wide and red/white in color.

 There shall be three (3) slide-out smooth aluminum vertical tool board(s) approximately 24" deep.

- 3M™ Diamond Grade™ Conspicuity striping shall be provided on both sides of the toolboard. The striping shall be 2" wide and red/white in color.

 The following mounting brackets will be provided and mounted to tool boards above;

- Three (3) South Park #ZSMA-52

- Three (3) South Park #ZAH-51

- One (1) custom aluminum saw hook handle bracket

- One (1) custom aluminum snatch block bracket

- Two (2) PacTrac Hooklok #1001 bolt cutter bracket

- Two (2) PacTrac Toolok #1003

- One (1) custom aluminum hammer pick hook bracket

- One (1) custom aluminum sledge hammer bracket

- One (1) custom aluminum come-along box

- Two (2) South park #ZSMA5210C-S

 One (1) custom aluminum 9" dia. x 4" H gas can bracket shall be provided and mounted on floor between tool boards.

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 The floor of the compartment above the frame rails shall be extended to the interior edge of the door. The floor shall have a 2" vertical lip and a 1" return to increase strength.

 Two (2) horizontally mounted OnScene Solutions LED Nightstik mounted, one (1) at the top of the compartment, and one (1) at bottom of compartment toward the compartment door opening.

 One (1) OnScene Solutions 9" LED Nightstik ground light shall be provided below the body.

 Two (2) 3-1/2" x 3-1/2" black plastic louvered vents shall be provided in lower compartment.

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STREETSIDE COMPARTMENT - ABOVE REAR WHEELS (S3)

The interior useable compartment width shall be approximately 59.0" wide.

The compartment door opening shall be approximately 52.0" wide.

This compartment shall have a Robinson roll-up door with an exterior satin aluminum finish.

- There shall be NO keyed lock on this roll-up compartment door.

- One (1) nylon strap shall be provided to assist in closing the door. The strap shall be fastened to the left side of the lower inside door sill. The strap shall extend from the left side of the lower inside door sill to a footman loop attached to the center of the left side of the door frame.

Compartment threshold protection plate shall be installed on the bottom edge of the compartment door opening. The threshold protection shall be fabricated from an aluminum extrusion with an anodized exterior finish.

COMPARTMENT COMPONENTS

 There shall be vertically mounted shelf trac for shelving installation.

 There shall be one (1) 1,000 lbs. slide-out tray(s) with a OnScene Solutions base approximately 46" deep and as wide as the compartment layout or door opening permits located above the level of the chassis frame rails.

- 3M™ Diamond Grade™ Conspicuity striping shall be provided on the front and side faces of the tray. The striping shall be 2" wide and red/white in color.

• One (1) PacTrac Ironslok bracket shall be located in slide-out tray.

 The following mounting brackets will be provided and mounted to slide-out tray above;

- One (1) PineSol 9.5" dia. x 4" H custom aluminum mister bracket

- One (1) PineSol 7.5" dia. x 6" H custom aluminum container bracket

- One (1) Hose roller 14" W x 5" H x 9.5" D custom aluminum bracket

- One (1) Tool box 20" W x 2.5" H x 8" D custom aluminum bracket

 Two (2) vertically mounted OnScene Solutions LED Nightstiks.

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STREETSIDE COMPARTMENT - REAR (S4)

The interior useable compartment width shall be approximately 64.0" wide.

The compartment door opening shall be approximately 57.0" wide.

This compartment shall have a Robinson roll-up door with an exterior satin aluminum finish.

- There shall be NO keyed lock on this roll-up compartment door.

- One (1) nylon strap shall be provided to assist in closing the door. The strap shall be fastened to the left side of the lower inside door sill. The strap shall extend from the left side of the lower inside door sill to a footman loop attached to the center of the left side of the door frame.

Compartment threshold protection plate shall be installed on the bottom edge of the compartment door opening. The threshold protection shall be fabricated from an aluminum extrusion with an anodized exterior finish.

COMPARTMENT COMPONENTS

 There shall be vertically mounted shelf trac for shelving installation.

 Two (2) FRC 500watt 120volt quartz floodlights with short (48") tri-pod mounts shall be provided mounted to forward slide-out tool board. Velcro straps shall be provided to hold coil cord cables. Mount restraint release pin face out.

 A bolted access panel shall be provided in compartment above chassis fuel tank for access to fuel sending unit.

 There shall be one (1) 1,000 lbs. slide-out tray(s) with an OnScene Solutions base approximately 22" deep and approximately 44" wide located below the level of the chassis frame rails. Tray to be provided with angles for mounting Fire Department (1) electric fan (25" L x 25" H x 16-3/4" W) and (1) electric fan (19" L x 19" H x 14-3/4" W).

- 3M™ Diamond Grade™ Conspicuity striping shall be provided on the front and side faces of the tray. The striping shall be 2" wide and red/white in color.

 The following ventilation fan mounting brackets will be provided for mounting fans in this tray;

- Two (2) 2" x 2" x 19"

- Two (2) 2" x 2" x 20"

- One (1) 2" x 2" x 14.75"

 There shall be two (2) slide-out smooth aluminum vertical tool board(s) approximately 24" deep.

- 3M™ Diamond Grade™ Conspicuity striping shall be provided on both sides of the tool board. The striping shall be 2" wide and red/white in color.

 There shall be one (1) a 28" high vertical compartment located at rear of compartment. The compartment will be approximately 23.5" deep

 The floor of the compartment above the frame rails shall cover the area directly above the frame rails ONLY (nonextended floor).

 Two (2) vertically mounted OnScene Solutions LED Nightstiks.

 One (1) OnScene Solutions 9" LED Nightstik ground light shall be provided below the body.

 Two (2) 3-1/2" x 3-1/2" black plastic louvered vents shall be provided in lower compartment.

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CURBSIDE COMPARTMENT - FRONT (C1)

The interior useable compartment width shall be approximately 56.0" wide.

The compartment door opening shall be approximately 49.0" wide.

This compartment shall have a Robinson roll-up door with an exterior satin aluminum finish.

- There shall be NO keyed lock on this roll-up compartment door.

- One (1) nylon strap shall be provided to assist in closing the door. The strap shall be fastened to the left side of the lower inside door sill. The strap shall extend from the left side of the lower inside door sill to a footman loop attached to the center of the left side of the door frame.

Compartment threshold protection plate shall be installed on the bottom edge of the compartment door opening. The threshold protection shall be fabricated from an aluminum extrusion with an anodized exterior finish.

COMPARTMENT COMPONENTS

 There shall be vertically mounted shelf trac for shelving installation.

 There shall be two (2) 400 lbs. slide-out tray(s) approximately 24" deep and as wide as the compartment layout or door opening permits, one (1) located on lower floor with 12" H sides, and one (1) mounted to bottom of extended floor with 3" H sides.

- 3M™ Diamond Grade™ Conspicuity striping shall be provided on the front face of the tray. The striping shall be

2" wide and red/white in color.

 There shall be one (1) slide-out track approximately 40" deep with three (3) "J" hooks mounted to Uni-strut in upper right side of compartment for coiled electric cables.

 There shall be one (1) 1,000 lbs. slide-out tray(s) with an OnScene Solutions base approximately 94" deep, capable of extending out either side of the body located above the level of the chassis frame rails. (Specified in opposite side compartment.)

 The following mounting brackets will be provided and mounted to slide-out tray above;

- One (1) Cut saw box 11" W x 2.5" H x 24.5" D custom aluminum box

- One (1) Soap bottle 2.5" dia. x 5" H custom aluminum container bracket

 There shall be one (1) Air Shore 16" W x 16" H x 60" D custom aluminum storage module located on slide-out tray.

 The floor of the compartment above the frame rails shall be extended to the interior edge of the door. The floor shall have a 2" vertical lip and a 1" return to increase strength.

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 One (1) Hannay ECR1618-17-18 cable reel(s) capable of storing 200' of 10/3 electric cable. The rewind switch for each reel shall be located adjacent to the reel it controls.

- The cable reel shall equipped with 200' of 10/3 SEOW black cable, a molded plastic ball clamp, and a single heavy duty L5-30 twist-lock female plug at the end.

- One (1) Akron model EJB, cast aluminum electrical power distribution box with yellow powder coat painted finish shall be provided. The power distribution box shall include:

- A 12" pigtail that terminates in an L5-30 configuration to match the cable on the cord reel. The outlet configuration shall include:

- One (1) L5-20 single twist lock receptacle

- One (1) L5-20 single twist lock receptacle

- One (1) L5-20 single twist lock receptacle

- One (1) L5-20 single twist lock receptacle

- One (1) EJB vertical apparatus mounting bracket - treadplate

 Two (2) vertically mounted OnScene Solutions LED Nightstiks.

 The cab tilt control pendant.

 One (1) 120/240 VAC load center.

 The controls for the specified light tower(s).

 One (1) OnScene Solutions 9" LED Nightstik ground light shall be provided below the body.

 Two (2) 3-1/2" x 3-1/2" black plastic louvered vents shall be provided in lower compartment.

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CURBSIDE COMPARTMENT - AHEAD OF REAR WHEEL (C2)

The interior useable compartment width shall be approximately 56.0" wide.

The compartment door opening shall be approximately 49.0" wide.

This compartment shall have a Robinson roll-up door with an exterior satin aluminum finish.

- There shall be NO keyed lock on this roll-up compartment door.

- One (1) nylon strap shall be provided to assist in closing the door. The strap shall be fastened to the left side of the lower inside door sill. The strap shall extend from the left side of the lower inside door sill to a footman loop attached to the center of the left side of the door frame.

Compartment threshold protection plate shall be installed on the bottom edge of the compartment door opening. The threshold protection shall be fabricated from an aluminum extrusion with an anodized exterior finish.

COMPARTMENT COMPONENTS

 There shall be vertically mounted shelf trac for shelving installation.

 There shall be one (1) adjustable shelf/shelves approximately 24" deep located in lower section of compartment approximately 6" below extended floor with a 1" lip for Fire Department step blocks (35" W x 24" L x 4" H).

 There shall be one (1) 400 lbs. slide-out tray(s) approximately 24" deep and as wide as the compartment layout or door opening permits.

 The following mounting brackets will be provided and mounted to slide-out tray above;

- One (1) Chain saw tray 17.88" W x 1" H x 11.88" D custom aluminum tray

- Two (2) Chain saw angles 2" W x 4" H x 12" L aluminum angles

- One (1) Chain saw tool box 7" W x 6" H x 13" D custom aluminum tray

- One (1) Gas can bracket 9" dia. x 4" H custom aluminum bracket

- One (1) Stihl saw pocket 15" W x 1" H x 6" D custom aluminum bracket

- One (1) PacTrac Super Adjust-a-Mount #1050

- 3M™ Diamond Grade™ Conspicuity striping shall be provided on the front face of the tray. The striping shall be

2" wide and red/white in color.

 There shall be one (1) 1,000 lbs. slide-out tray(s) with a OnScene Solutions base approximately 46" deep and as wide as the compartment layout or door opening permits located above the level of the chassis frame rails.

 The following mounting brackets will be provided and mounted to slide-out tray above;

- One (1) Chain box 24" W x 4" H x 6" D custom aluminum bracket

- One (1) Hydraulic pump tray 17.375" W x 1.5" H x 21" D custom aluminum tray

- Four (4) PacTrac Adjust-a-Mount #1006

- 3M™ Diamond Grade™ Conspicuity striping shall be provided on the front and side faces of the tray. The striping shall be 2" wide and red/white in color.

 The floor of the compartment above the frame rails shall be extended to the interior edge of the door. The floor shall have a 2" vertical lip and a 1" return to increase strength.

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 One (1) Hannay EF2020-17-18 hydraulic hose reel(s) w/ 60' length, and 32' length of Orange CORE hydraulic hose.

The rewind button for each reel shall be located adjacent to the reel it controls.

- The hydraulic reel shall connect to the hydraulic pump with a 6' CORE Holmatro pigtail. The hose shall be

Orange in color.

 One (1) Hannay EF2020-17-18 hydraulic hose reel(s) w/ w/ 60' length, and 32' length of Blue CORE hydraulic hose.

The rewind button for each reel shall be located adjacent to the reel it controls.

- The hydraulic reel shall connect to the hydraulic pump with a 6' CORE Holmatro pigtail. The hose shall be Blue in color.

 Two (2) vertically mounted OnScene Solutions LED Nightstiks.

 One (1) 120 volt, 20 amp, twist-lock receptacle ( NEMA L5-20R ) for electric hydraulic power unit.

 One (1) 240 volt, 20 amp, twist-lock receptacle ( NEMA L6-20R ) for electric hydraulic power unit.

 One (1) Edmonton Fire Department supplied electric hydraulic power unit(s). One (1) 240 VAC twist lock receptacle with switch shall be provided on wall within easy reach of operator for turning the power unit ON/OFF.

 Mounting provisions for one (1) Edmonton Fire Department supplied hydraulic ram(s).

 Mounting provisions for one (1) Edmonton Fire Department supplied hydraulic cutter(s).

 Mounting provisions for one (1) Edmonton Fire Department supplied hydraulic spreader(s).

 One (1) OnScene Solutions 9" LED Nightstik ground light shall be provided below the body.

 Two (2) 3-1/2" x 3-1/2" black plastic louvered vents shall be provided in lower compartment.

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CURBSIDE COMPARTMENT - ABOVE REAR WHEEL (C3)

The interior useable compartment width shall be approximately 59.0" wide.

The compartment door opening shall be approximately 52.0" wide.

This compartment shall have a Robinson roll-up door with an exterior satin aluminum finish.

- There shall be NO keyed lock on this roll-up compartment door.

- One (1) nylon strap shall be provided to assist in closing the door. The strap shall be fastened to the left side of the lower inside door sill. The strap shall extend from the left side of the lower inside door sill to a footman loop attached to the center of the left side of the door frame.

Compartment threshold protection plate shall be installed on the bottom edge of the compartment door opening. The threshold protection shall be fabricated from an aluminum extrusion with an anodized exterior finish.

COMPARTMENT COMPONENTS

 There shall be vertically mounted shelf trac for shelving installation.

 There shall be one (1) 1,000 lbs. slide-out tray(s) with a OnScene Solutions base approximately 46" deep and as wide as the compartment layout or door opening permits located above the level of the chassis frame rails.

- 3M™ Diamond Grade™ Conspicuity striping shall be provided on the front and side faces of the tray. The striping shall be 2" wide and red/white in color.

 The following mounting brackets will be provided and mounted to slide-out tray above;

- One (1) Tool box pan 20" W x 2.5" H x 8" D custom aluminum pan

- Four (4) PacTrac Handlelok #1004

 One (1) Hannay EF1514-17-18 low pressure air hose reel(s) capable of storing 100' of low pressure air hose. The rewind button for each reel shall be located adjacent to the reel it controls.

- The hose reel shall equipped with 100' of 3/8 low pressure air hose. Molded plastic ball clamp shall be provided on the hose to stop it at the 4-way roller. The hose shall be Red in color.

- The air supply shall be from the utility air compressor.

- The air supply shall be from the mobile breathing air system. A reel shut-off valve, pressure regulator, and 0-150 psi gauge shall be provided on an aluminum control panel next to the air reel.

 Two (2) vertically mounted OnScene Solutions LED Nightstiks.

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CURBSIDE COMPARTMENT - REAR (C4)

The interior useable compartment width shall be approximately 64.0" wide.

The compartment door opening shall be approximately 57.0" wide.

This compartment shall have a Robinson roll-up door with an exterior satin aluminum finish.

- There shall be NO keyed lock on this roll-up compartment door.

- One (1) nylon strap shall be provided to assist in closing the door. The strap shall be fastened to the left side of the lower inside door sill. The strap shall extend from the left side of the lower inside door sill to a footman loop attached to the center of the left side of the door frame.

Compartment threshold protection plate shall be installed on the bottom edge of the compartment door opening. The threshold protection shall be fabricated from an aluminum extrusion with an anodized exterior finish.

COMPARTMENT COMPONENTS

 There shall be vertically mounted shelf trac for shelving installation.

 There shall be one (1) 400 lbs. slide-out tray(s) approximately 22" deep and 32" wide located on right side at base of compartment with mounting for Fire Department traffic cones.

- 3M™ Diamond Grade™ Conspicuity striping shall be provided on the front face of the tray. The striping shall be

2" wide and red/white in color.

 There shall be one (1) slide-out smooth aluminum vertical tool board approximately 46" deep located on right side of compartment with horizontal lip at bottom edge for mounting three (3) Fire Department fire extinguishers.

- The tool board(s) will be bolted to compartment floor.

- 3M™ Diamond Grade™ Conspicuity striping shall be provided on both sides of the tool board. The striping shall be 2" wide and red/white in color.

 There shall be one (1) SCBA cylinder storage module for 8" OD PVC tubing.

- The SCBA cylinder module shall be capable of storing sixteen (16) SCBA cylinders up to 7.5" diameter.

 There shall be one (1) removable aluminum chain box(s) with handles 22" W x 7"D x 7" H.

 The floor of the compartment above the frame rails shall be extended to the interior edge of the door. The floor shall have a 2" vertical lip and a 1" return to increase strength.

 Two (2) vertically mounted OnScene Solutions LED Nightstiks.

 The specified portable winch shall be mounted in compartment using a heavy duty "U" shaped channel. Winch receiver tube and mounting pin shall be utilized to hold in place during travel.

 One (1) 240 volt, 20 amp, twist-lock receptacle (NEMA L6-20R), for utility air compressor.

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 One (1) WW Grainger model 4B228 or equal, 240 VAC, 3.1 HP electric powered air compressor with 20 gallon storage tank shall be located in this compartment. One (1) 240 VAC twist lock receptacle with switch shall be provided on wall within easy reach of operator for turning the compressor ON/OFF.

- Results of the NFPA required utility air system test shall be provided with delivered vehicle.

 There shall be one (1) underbody slide-out step.

 One (1) OnScene Solutions 9" LED Nightstik ground light shall be provided below the body.

 Two (2) 3-1/2" x 3-1/2" black plastic louvered vents shall be provided in lower compartment.

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ROOF ACCESS STAIRWAY

The rear of the body shall be provided with a recessed center stairway with minimum 34" width. Stairs treads shall be 10" minimum depth and formed from 3/16" NFPA compliant aluminum tread plate with uniformed riser height design. Roll-out ladder design requiring set-up time and 8 plus feet behind apparatus or vertical ladders that do not allow firefighter to safely ascend or descend with equipment will not be acceptable.

STAIRWAY HANDRAILS

There shall be two (2) handrails provided, one (1) on each side wall of recessed center stairway providing three-points of contact at all times for safer access to roof compartments. The handrails shall be angled for optimum use during ingress or egress of the upper walkway area.

Handrails shall be NFPA compliant 1-1/4" extruded aluminum tubing with chrome plated end stanchions.

PLASTIC FLOOR AND SHELF TILE

All compartment floors, shelves, and trays shall be covered with Dri-Dek plastic interlocking grating.

 The plastic floor tile shall be black.

 The plastic edge trim shall be black.

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ROPE TIE-OFF OR PORTABLE WINCH RECEIVERS

The completed unit shall have an integrated receiver system for use with rope rescue accessories and/or electric winch components. Each receiver shall have the following load rating:

STRAIGHT PULL SAFETY FACTOR

Rope Tie Off:

Winch:

600 LBS.

1,000 LBS

15:1

4:1

The following items shall be provided to accomplish rope rescue or portable winch operations:

 Two (2) rope tie off anchor accessories shall be provided with the completed vehicle. Each accessory shall include a push button detent pin to lock it in place. The tie off accessories shall have an eyelet for use with a rope rescue carabineer. A mounting bracket shall be provided to store each rope tie off accessory in a body compartment, location shall be determined by the Edmonton Fire Department.

 One (1) Ramsey model QM5000 - 5,000 lb. 12 volt electric winch furnished with the completed apparatus. It shall be capable of being stored in a compartment and mounted to the apparatus by inserting the mounting point into a properly rated receiver. A minimum of 80' of 1/4" stranded galvanized steel cable with pinned utility hook shall be installed on the drum. A 25' remote control shall be provided with the assembly that permits the Operator to stand at a safe operating distance from the cable and winch.

 There shall be one (1) receiver tube(s) located on the streetside of the body in the forward portion of the wheel well panel for use with a portable winch or tie-off point accessory.

- There shall be one (1) 12 volt plug with a quick connect used to power the portable winch.

- There shall be one (1) rubber cover / plug for the receiver.

 There shall be one (1) receiver tube(s) located on the curbside of the body in the forward portion of the wheel well panel for use with a portable winch or tie-off point accessory.

- There shall be one (1) 12 volt plug with a quick connect used to power the portable winch.

- There shall be one (1) rubber cover / plug for the receiver.

SIDE BODY PROTECTION - RUB RAIL

There shall be side rub rails provided below the compartment door openings on both the streetside and curbside. The rub rail shall be fabricated from 6063 extruded aluminum, measuring approximately 2-3/4" high x 1-3/8" thick with tapered aluminum end caps. The rub rail shall be bolted to the body using stainless steel bolts and 1-1/2" diameter x 5/8" thick rubber mount isolators to prevent damage to the body. The rails shall incorporate LED clearance marker lighting recessed into the rail fascia to avoid damage to the light in case of impact. The rub rail shall have an accessory mounting track integrated into the backside of the rail to allow mounting of accessories such as ground lighting.

- 3M™ Diamond Grade™ Conspicuity striping shall be provided in the rub rail. The striping shall be red/white in color.

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COMPARTMENT COMPONENTS DESCRIPTIONS

All interior compartment components shall be fabricated as follows:

ADJUSTABLE SHELVING HARDWARE

Adjustable shelving hardware shall be provided indicated in the numbered compartment list.

The shelving hardware shall include a minimum of four (4) aluminum shelf tracs mounted vertically on compartment side walls or vertical partitions. There shall be one (1) cast aluminum shelf bracket per vertical shelf trac to mount each shelf, tray, or adjustable storage module. Shelving hardware shall be of heavy duty quality with unlimited vertical adjustment settings.

SLIDE-OUT EQUIPMENT TRAY - (400 LB CAPACITY)

Slide-out equipment tray(s) shall be provided in exterior compartment, as indicated in the numbered compartment list.

Trays shall be fabricated from 3/16" (.188) aluminum 3003H-14 alloy smooth plate. Trays shall be built with a 3" vertical lip, with welded corners, to form a box type tray surface. Sliding tracks shall be Accuride 502 series. The length shall be per numbered compartment list and the extension shall be 100% of the slide length. Slides shall be constructed of formed steel with ball bearings mounted in triple track rails. The tray shall be rated for a maximum 400 lbs. evenly distributed load.

Tray(s) shall utilize a pneumatic cylinder mounted on underside to hold the tray in both the extended and closed positions.

HEAVY DUTY 100% EXTENSION EQUIPMENT SLIDE - (1,000 LB. CAPACITY)

Heavy duty slide-out equipment tray(s) shall be provided in exterior compartment as indicated in the numbered compartment list.

Trays shall be fabricated from 3/16" (.188) aluminum 3003H-14 alloy smooth plate. Trays shall be built with a 4" high vertical lip with welded corners to form a box type tray surface. The tray shall be mounted on a OnScene Solutions slide frame constructed of anodized aluminum extrusion(s). The frame shall be assembled using stainless steel fasteners (no welds). Each slide shall use a three extrusion rail design utilizing twelve to sixteen (12 - 16) urethane rollers. Each roller shall contain two (2) precision roller bearings mounted in an aluminum hub with a molded on urethane cover. The rollers shall not lose contact with the rail extrusion during operation of the slide unit.

Each slide shall have a cable operated, spring loaded latch complimented by a large hand opening and red pull handle

(Pull to Release). The slide shall lock in the closed and full extension positions. The slide shall be rated for a maximum evenly distributed load of 1,000 lbs.

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HEAVY DUTY 70% EXTENSION EQUIPMENT SLIDE TRANSVERSE (1,000 LBS. CAPACITY)

Heavy duty slide-out equipment tray(s) shall be provided in exterior compartment as indicated in the numbered compartment list.

Trays shall be fabricated from 3/16" (.188) aluminum 3003H-14 alloy smooth plate. Each tray shall be built with a 4" high vertical lip with welded corners to form a box type tray surface. The tray shall be mounted on a OnScene Solutions slide frame constructed of anodized aluminum extrusion(s). The frame shall be assembled using stainless steel fasteners (no welds). Each slide shall use a two extrusion rail design utilizing twenty (20) urethane rollers. Each roller shall contain two

(2) precision roller bearings mounted in an aluminum hub with a molded on urethane cover.

Each slide shall have two (2) cable operated, spring loaded latches operated by two (2) large hand openings with red pull handles (Pull to Release). The slide shall lock in the closed and full extension position in two (2) directions. The slide shall be rated for a maximum distributed load of 1,000 lbs.

SLIDE-OUT TOOL BOARD (SMOOTH ALUMINUM)

Slide-out tool board(s) shall be provided in the exterior compartment as indicated in the numbered compartment list.

Tool boards shall be fabricated of 3/16" (.188) aluminum 3003H-14 alloy smooth plate with double flange at the outer edge to provide an easy grip handle. The top and bottom of tool board shall be provided with Accuride 502 series slide tracks. The length shall be per numbered compartment list and the extension shall be 100% of the slide length. Slide tracks shall be constructed from formed steel with ball bearings in triple track rails. The board shall be rated for a maximum 200 lbs. evenly distributed load.

Tool board(s) shall utilize a pneumatic cylinder to hold the tool board in both the opened and closed positions.

COMPARTMENT PARTITIONS

Vertical compartment partitions shall be provided as indicated in the numbered compartment list. Partitions shall be fabricated of 3/16" thick (.188) smooth aluminum with 1" "L" outer edge. Bolted angles shall be provided at top and bottom of partition to secure partition in place, but allow future removal without cutting of partition.

TRANSVERSE STORAGE MODULE

Transverse storage module for long equipment shall be provided as indicated in the numbered compartment list.

The module shall be fabricated from 1/8" (.125") thick smooth aluminum. Exact size and layout shall be approved prior to construction.

AIR BAG MODULE

An air bag module rack shall be supplied in the exterior compartment located as indicated in the numbered compartment list.

The module shall be fabricated of 1/8" (.125) smooth aluminum plate with individual sections for each air bag.

Circular notches shall be provided along the front edge for ease of removing air bags with gloved hand. Modules shall be large enough for specified air bag and matching plywood panels. Exact size and layout shall be approved prior to construction.

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SCBA CYLINDER STORAGE MODULE

An SCBA cylinder storage module shall be provided and located as indicated in the numbered compartment list.

The module shall have an exterior shell fabricated from 1/8" (.125) smooth aluminum. The module shall have a 2" slope, front to back to prevent cylinders from sliding out. The SCBA cylinder storage tubing shall be fabricated from PVC pipe to prevent damage or abrasion to cylinders. In addition there shall be rubber matting provided in base of each storage tube for bottle protection and prevent slipping

REMOVABLE TOOL BOX - (ALUMINUM)

Removable tool box(s) shall be provided in exterior compartment as indicated in the numbered compartment list.

The tool box(s) shall be fabricated of 3/16" (.188) thick smooth aluminum and shall have a handhold cut-out at each end.

Exact dimensions and layout of the tool box shall be approved prior to construction.

COMPARTMENT LIGHTING

Each enclosed equipment compartment greater than 4 ft3 (0.1 m3) in volume and having an opening greater than 144 in.2

(92,900 mm2) shall have sufficient compartment lighting to provide a minimum of 2 fc (20 lx) at any location on the floor of the compartment without any shelves, dividers, or equipment in the compartment.

Compartments such as ladder tunnels, pike pole storage tubes, or underbody compartments designed around the volumetric requirements of specific equipment that can be removed without the use of article illumination shall not be required to have compartment lighting.

All compartments shall be equipped with OnScene Nightstik LED lights with the following minimum light requirements;

 Full Height Compartments, 63” Section (42 LED's)

 Wheel well Compartments, 36” Section (24 LED's)

 Rear Rescue Compartment, 63” Section (42 LED's)

 Low Compartments, 18" Section (12 LED's), Vertical

 Low Compartments, 36" Section (24 LED's), Horizontal

The OnScene Nightstik lights shall be rated at 100,000 hours of service and shall be provided with a 5 year free replacement warranty.

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ELECTRIC CORD REEL

Electric cord reel(s) shall be provided in exterior compartment as indicated in the numbered compartment list.

The 120 volt cord reel(s) shall be Hannay with electric rewind, equipped with fully enclosed 45 amp, three (3) conductor collector rings.

The 12 volt reel rewind system shall be directly wired to the chassis battery system with heavy duty stranded copper wire, with guarded finger type rewind button located within easy reach of the operator.

Each reel shall have a Hannay 4-way roller assembly to permit cable to feed directly off the reel and away from compartment. Plastic roller assemblies are not acceptable.

The wiring from the generator system shall be through Carflex electrical weatherproof conduit, with stranded copper wiring. The wiring shall terminate in a sealed conduit box at the reel with mechanical type connectors for quick removal of wiring.

Cord Reel General Requirements

All permanently mounted cord reels shall be rated for continuous duty and installed to be accessible for removal, cord access, maintenance, and servicing.

The power rewind cord reel spool area shall be visible to the operator during the rewind operation, or the reel spool shall be encapsulated to prevent cord from spooling off the reel.

Rollers or guides shall be provided, where required, to prevent damage to the cord at reel spools or compartment openings.

Rewind Provision

Power rewind type reels shall have the control in a position where the operator can observe the rewinding operation. If a reel is in an enclosure or out of direct view, the cord entry point to the enclosure shall be visible to the operator of the reel control.

The rewind control or crank shall not be more than 72 in. (1830 mm) above the operator’s standing position. The rewind control shall be marked with a label indicating its function and shall be guarded to prevent accidental operation.

Cord

The reel shall be designed to hold 110 percent of the capacity needed for the intended cord length.

The wire size shall be in accordance with NFPA 70, Table 400.5(A), but in no case shall it be smaller than 12AWG.

Electrical cord shall be Type SEOOW, Type SOOW, or Type STOOW.

A label that indicates the following information shall be provided in a visible location adjacent to any permanently connected reel:

(1) Current rating

(2) Current type

(3) Phase

(4) Voltage

(5) Total cord length

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POWER DISTRIBUTION BOX

Where a power distribution box is hardwired to the end of a cord that is stored on a fixed cord reel or other fixed storage means, the following requirements shall apply;

The remote power distribution box shall be listed for use in a wet location.

The distribution box shall be as follows:

(1) Protected from corrosion

(2) capable of being carried with a gloved hand

(3) Designed to keep the exterior electrical components above 2 in. (51 mm) of standing water

Inlets, receptacles, circuit breakers, or GFCI devices shall not be mounted on the top surface of the horizontal plane.

Branch circuit breakers shall be installed in the remote power distribution box if the overcurrent device protecting the feed cord to the box is too large to protect the wiring supplying the devices plugged onto the distribution box.

Remote power distribution boxes shall have a light on the box to indicate the power is on. The light shall be visible in a

360 degree plane from a minimum of 200 ft (60 m) in complete darkness. The light shall be mechanically protected to prevent damage.

The hardwired portable cord connection to the box shall have strain relief and meet the intended usage requirements.

LOW PRESSURE AIR HOSE REEL

Air hose reel(s) shall be provided in exterior compartment as indicated in the numbered compartment list.

Air reel(s) shall be Hannay, low pressure design, with electric rewind. The 12 volt electrical rewind circuit shall be directly wired to the chassis battery system with heavy duty stranded copper cable.

Reel shall be certified by Hannay for use at the maximum expected working pressure with a safety factor of at least 4:1.

The air hose reel swivel joint, connecting feed hose, check valve, and air supply equipment shall be rated for the maximum working pressure with a safety factor of at least 4:1.

The air hose reel shall be designed to hold at least 110 % of the intended hose length with a minimum capacity of 100 ft

(30 m).

Size of Fluid Path

The air hose reel shall have a full flow–style swivel joint and a hose connection designed and sized to match the hose intended to be used. The air hose reel shall have a fluid path sized for its intended flow and working pressure.

The reel shall be marked with a label to indicate its intended use and the following:

(1) Utility air or breathing air

(2) Operating pressure

(3) Total hose length

(4) Hose size (ID)

Air Reel Installation

Reels installed in concealed locations shall be accessible for maintenance and servicing, hose access, and reel removal.

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Each reel shall have Hannay 4-way roller assembly to prevent damage to the hose at the reel spool or compartment openings and to allow deployment and rewinding of the hose. Plastic roller assemblies are not acceptable. Reels shall be installed in such a manner so as not to expose the operator to the rewind components.

Switches for power rewind–type reels shall be located in a position that allows the operator to safely rewind the hose. The rewind control shall not be more than 72 in.(1830 mm) above the operator’s standing position. The rewind control shall be marked with a label indicating its function and shall be guarded to prevent accidental activation.

Air Hose

All low pressure [gauge pressure not over 300 psi (2000 kPa)] air hose and couplings supplied shall comply with their intended application and shall have a pressure rating equal to or greater than the highest pressure expected to be encountered as input to the hose with a test safety factor of at least 3:1.

All high pressure [gauge pressure over 300 psi (2000 kPa)] air hose and couplings supplied shall comply with their intended application and shall have a pressure rating equal to or greater than the highest pressure expected to be encountered as input to the hose with a test safety factor of at least 4:1.

Discharge Ends

The discharge end of any breathing air hose shall have a threaded connection. If no other fittings are installed at the end of the hose, a temporary protective cap shall be installed to prevent internal contamination of the hose during shipping.

If the discharge end of hose will terminate with a threaded connection when in use, it shall be equipped with a slowoperating valve. If the threaded end of the hose terminates in a quick-connection fitting, a slow operating valve and protective cap shall not be required.

Air hose shall have a ball clamp located near end of hose.

Color Coding

The ends of the hose shall be color coded or marked with a label to designate the operating pressure of the hose. Color coding shall be as follows:

(1) Blue for utility air hose up to a gauge pressure of 300 psi (2000 kPa)

(2) White for breathing air hose up to a gauge pressure of 300 psi (2000 kPa)

(3) Yellow for breathing air hose from a gauge pressure of 301 psi to 3000 psi (2001 kPa to 20,000 kPa)

(4) Red for breathing air hose over a gauge pressure of 3000 psi (20,000 kPa)

UTILITY AIR SYSTEM

The intent of this section is to create an air supply of sufficient pressure and volume to operate air bags and air powered tools.

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AIR COMPRESSOR

One (1) W.W. Grainger model 4B228 or equal, 240 volt electric powered air compressor shall be installed on apparatus.

Unit shall meet or exceed the following minimum requirements:

 Supply a minimum 9.1 SCFM @ 125 PSI.

 Powered by a 3.1 HP, 230 VAC electric motor.

 Have a heavy duty two (2) cylinder motor.

 20 gallon capacity tank.

 Relief valve.

 Equipped with automatic moisture ejector and bleed valves to prevent moisture buildup.

 Meets all ASME standards.

 135 PSI maximum pressure.

 33" L x 19.5" W x 31" H

UTILITY AIR SYSTEM TESTING

Prior to delivery of an apparatus with a low pressure utility air compressor and piping, the final installer shall test and certify the performance of the system.

The following items shall be tested or verified on all air systems:

(1) Pressure test the system to its maximum operational pressure and check all connections made as a part of the installation for leaks with a leak detection device, which could include bubble fluid or electronic means.

(2) Verify that any leaks detected during the testing are repaired.

(3) Visually verify the relief valve set points and working pressure of the air tank.

If the system’s air supply includes a compressor system, the following additional items shall be tested or verified:

(1) Confirm that the fluid levels are at the manufacturer’s recommended levels, including the lubricant and coolant if the system is liquid cooled.

(2) Operate the air compressor for a minimum of 1 hour.

(3) Confirm operation of the compressor shutdown switch at the pressure requested by the purchaser.

(4) Confirm that the utility air system is installed in accordance with the air compressor manufacturer’s requirements and that the cooling airflow is adequate.

The results of the testing and certification shall be documented and shall be delivered with the fire apparatus.

HYDRAULIC HOSE REEL

Hydraulic hose reel shall be Hannay EF2220-17-18 high pressure, electric rewind, hydraulic hose reel with a capacity of

100' of single "CORE" hose.

The 12 volt electrical rewind circuit shall be directly wired to the chassis battery system with heavy duty stranded copper cable. The rewind button shall be located adjacent to the hose reel within easy access of Operator.

Each reel shall have a Hannay 4-way roller assembly to permit cable to feed directly off the reel and away from compartment. Plastic roller assemblies are not acceptable.

Hydraulic hose shall have a ball clamp located near end of hose.

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UNDERBODY SLIDE-OUT STEP

There shall be underbody slide-out step(s) furnished and installed. Each platform shall be constructed from 9" deep

"Diamond Back" non-slip vented aluminum stair treads. Step slide shall be securely held in both out and stored position, utilizing a heavy duty pneumatic cylinder. Each pneumatic cylinder shall be designed to have an over center location which will assist the step in both extension and retraction. Each step shall be designed to hold 500 lbs., and reinforced to prevent flexing or damage.

STEP / GROUND LIGHTS

Step and ground lights shall be OnScene Solutions 9" LED Nightstik and be placed at any entry door and step where personnel climb on or descend from the apparatus to ground level. OnScene LED lights shall have 6 LED lights per 9” light, and shall be rated at 100,000 hours of service. On Scene Solutions LED lights shall be have a 5 year free replacement warranty.

All of the required step and ground lights shall be activated when the parking brake is set.

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LOW VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM- 12 VDC

General

Any low voltage electrical systems or warning devices installed on the fire apparatus shall be appropriate for the mounting location and intended electrical load.

Where wire passes through sheet metal, grommets shall be used to protect wire and wire looms. Electrical connections shall be with double crimp water-tight heat shrink connectors.

All 12 VDC wiring running from front to back of vehicle body shall be run in full length electrical wiring raceway down each side of body.

Wiring

All electrical circuit feeder wiring supplied and installed by the fire apparatus manufacturer shall meet the requirements of

NFPA Chapter 13.

The circuit feeder wire shall be stranded copper or copper alloy conductors of a gauge rated to carry 125 % of the maximum current for which the circuit is protected. Voltage drops in all wiring from the power source to the using device shall not exceed 10 %. The use of star washers for circuit ground connections shall not be permitted.

All circuits shall otherwise be wired in conformance with SAE J1292, Automobile, Truck, Truck-Tractor, Trailer, and Motor

Coach Wiring.

Wiring and Wire Harness Construction

All insulated wire and cable shall conform to SAE J1127, Low Voltage Battery Cable, or SAE J1128, Low Voltage Primary

Cable, type SXL, GXL, or TXL.

All conductors shall be constructed in accordance with SAE J1127 or SAE J1128, except where good engineering practice dictates special strand construction. Conductor materials and stranding, other than copper, shall be permitted if all applicable requirements for physical, electrical, and environmental conditions are met as dictated by the end application. Physical and dimensional values of conductor insulation shall be in conformance with the requirements of

SAE J1127 or SAE J1128, except where good engineering practice dictates special conductor insulation. The overall covering of conductors shall be moisture-resistant loom or braid that has a minimum continuous rating of 194°F (90°C) except where good engineering practice dictates special consideration for loom installations exposed to higher temperatures. The overall covering of jacketed cables shall be moisture resistant and have a minimum continuous temperature rating of 194°F (90°C), except where good engineering practice dictates special consideration for cable installations exposed to higher temperatures.

All wiring connections and terminations shall use a method that provides a positive mechanical and electrical connection.

The wiring connections and terminations shall be installed in accordance with the device manufacturer’s instructions. All ungrounded electrical terminals shall have protective covers or be in enclosures. Wire nut, insulation displacement, and insulation piercing connections shall not be used.

Wiring shall be restrained to prevent damage caused by chafing or ice buildup and protected against heat, liquid contaminants, or other environmental factors.

Wiring shall be uniquely identified at least every 2 ft (0.6 m) by color coding or permanent marking with a circuit function code. The identification shall reference a wiring diagram.

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Circuits shall be provided with properly rated low voltage overcurrent protective devices. Such devices shall be readily accessible and protected against heat in excess of the overcurrent device’s design range, mechanical damage, and water spray. Circuit protection shall be accomplished by utilizing fuses, circuit breakers, fusible links, or solid state equivalent devices.

If a mechanical-type device is used, it shall conform to one of the following SAE standards:

(1) SAE J156, Fusible Links

(2) SAE J553, Circuit Breakers

(3) SAE J554, Electric Fuses (Cartridge Type)

(4) SAE J1888, High Current Time Lag Electric Fuses

(5) SAE J2077, Miniature Blade Type Electrical Fuses

Switches, relays, terminals, and connectors shall have a direct current (dc) rating of 125 % of maximum current for which the circuit is protected.

Power Supply

A 12 V or greater electrical alternator shall be provided. The alternator shall have a minimum output at idle to meet the minimum continuous electrical load of the vehicle, at 200°F (93°C) ambient temperature within the engine compartment, and shall be provided with full automatic regulation.

Minimum Continuous Electrical Load

The minimum continuous electrical load shall consist of the total amperage required to simultaneously operate the following in a stationary mode during emergency operations:

(1) The propulsion engine and transmission

(2) All legally required clearance and marker lights, headlights, and other electrical devices except windshield wipers and four-way hazard flashers

(3) The radio(s) at a duty cycle of 10 percent transmit and 90 % receive (for calculation and testing purposes, a default value of 5 A continuous)

(4) The lighting necessary to produce 2 fc (20 lx) of illumination on all walking surfaces on the apparatus and on the ground at all egress points onto and off the apparatus, 5 fc (50 lx) of illumination on all control and instrument panels, and 50 percent of the total compartment lighting loads

(5) The minimum optical warning system, where the apparatus is blocking the right-of way

(6) The continuous electrical current required to simultaneously operate any fire pumps, aerial devices, and hydraulic pumps

(7) Other warning devices and electrical loads defined by the purchaser as critical to the mission of the apparatus

If the apparatus is equipped to tow a trailer, an additional 45 A shall be added to the minimum continuous electrical load to provide electrical power for the federally required clearance and marker lighting and the optical warning devices mounted on the trailer.

The condition of the low voltage electrical system shall be monitored by a warning system that provides both an audible and a visual signal to persons on, in, or near the apparatus of an impending electrical system failure caused by the excessive discharge of the battery set.

The charge status of the battery shall be determined either by direct measurement of the battery charge or indirectly by monitoring the electrical system voltage.

If electrical system voltage is monitored, the alarm shall sound if the system voltage at the battery or at the master load disconnect switch drops below 11.8 V for 12 V nominal systems, 23.6 V for 24 V nominal systems, or 35.4 V for 42 V nominal systems for more than 120 seconds.

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A voltmeter shall be mounted on the driver’s instrument panel to allow direct observation of the system voltage.

Electromagnetic Interference

Electromagnetic interference suppression shall be provided, as required, to satisfy the radiation limits specified in SAE

J551/1, Performance Levels and Methods of Measurement of Electromagnetic Compatibility of Vehicles, Boats (up to 15

m), and Machines (16.6 Hz to 18 GHz).

Wiring Diagram

A complete electrical wiring schematic of actual system shall be provided with finished apparatus. Similar or generic type electrical schematics shall NOT BE ACCEPTABLE.

Low Voltage Electrical System Performance Test

A low voltage electrical system test certification shall be provided with delivered apparatus.

12 VOLT MULTIPLEX CONTROL CENTER

The apparatus shall have a multiplexed 12 volt electrical system that will provide complete diagnostic capability. The system shall have the capability of delivering multiple signals via a CAN bus, utilizing specifications set forth by SAE

J1939. The system shall be node based to maximize stability so that failure of one node does not affect the operation of the other nodes. The system shall use shielded twisted-pair wire for transmission of system function signals. The shielded wire shall provide protection against EMI and RFI noise interruptions.

The multiplex system shall be responsible for providing power management functions as well as load shedding. The warning light system shall be controlled by the multiplex system. The system shall be capable of displaying text and/or graphic messages on a display module. The system shall be based on solid-state technology and shall include selfcontained diagnostic indicators.

MULTIPLEX SYSTEM COLOR DISPLAY

The Weldon multiplex system display(s) shall be provided by the cab/chassis manufacturer. The display panel(s) shall be the point of interaction with the entire 12 volt electrical system. The display(s) shall respond with text and graphic images to provide fault and condition messages to the operator.

BATTERY SYSTEM

The battery connectors shall be heavy duty type with cables terminating in heat shrink loom. Heavy duty battery cables shall provide maximum power to the electrical system. Where required, the cables shall be shielded from exhaust tubing and the muffler. Large rubber grommets shall be provided where cables enter the battery compartment.

Batteries shall be of the high-cycle type. With the engine off, the battery system shall be able to provide the minimum continuous electrical load for 10 minutes without discharging more than 50 percent of the reserve capacity and then to restart the engine. The battery system cold cranking amps (CCA) rating shall meet or exceed the minimum CCA recommendations of the engine manufacturer. The batteries shall be mounted to prevent movement during fire apparatus operation and shall be protected against accumulations of road spray, snow, and road debris. The batteries shall be readily accessible for examination, testing, and maintenance.

A means shall be provided for jump-starting the engine if the batteries are not accessible without lifting the cab of a tilt-cab apparatus.

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Where an enclosed battery compartment is provided, it shall be ventilated to the exterior to prevent the buildup of heat and explosive fumes. The batteries shall be protected against vibration and temperatures that exceed the battery manufacturer’s recommendation.

A master load disconnect switch shall be provided between the starter solenoid(s) and the remainder of the electrical loads on the apparatus. The starter solenoids shall be connected directly to the batteries.

Electronic control systems and similar devices shall be permitted to be otherwise connected if so specified by their manufacturer.

The alternator shall be wired directly to the batteries through the ammeter shunt(s), if one is provided, and not through the master load disconnect switch.

A green “battery on” pilot light that is visible from the driver’s position shall be provided.

A sequential switching device shall be permitted to energize the optical warning devices and other high current devices required in minimum continuous electrical load, provided the switching device shall first energize the electrical devices required in minimum continuous electrical load within five (5) seconds.

BATTERY SWITCH

One (1) battery "On/Off" switch in cab located within easy reach of Driver with green "BATTERY ON" pilot light that is visible from the driver’s position shall be provided. The switch and pilot light shall be supplied and installed by the cab/chassis manufacturer.

BATTERY SOLENOID

Battery switch shall consist of a minimum 200 ampere, constant duty solenoid to feed from positive side of battery.

BATTERY CONDITIONER

The battery conditioner shall be supplied and installed by the cab chassis manufacturer.

ENGINE COMPARTMENT LIGHT

Engine compartment light(s) shall be supplied and installed by the cab chassis manufacturer.

CAB HAZARD WARNING LIGHT

A red "HAZARD" warning light shall be supplied and installed by the cab/chassis manufacturer. Light shall illuminate automatically to warn the Driver of the following when the apparatus parking brake is not fully engaged:

 Any passenger or compartment door is open

 Equipment rack is not in stowed position

 Light tower is extended

The light shall be labeled "DO NOT MOVE APPARATUS WHEN LIGHT IS ON".

BACK-UP ALARM

An electronic back-up alarm shall be supplied and installed by the cab/chassis manufacturer. The back-up alarm shall actuate automatically when the transmission gear selector is placed in reverse.

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TAIL LIGHTS

Rear body tail lights shall be vertically mounted per Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards. The following lights shall be furnished:

 Two (2) Whelen 900 Series 90A00TAR amber LED turn signal lights

 Two (2) Whelen 900 Series 90R00XRR red LED stop/tail lights

 Two (2) Whelen 900 Series 90J000CR halogen back-up lights with clear lens

Each of the lights above shall be mounted in a 9EFLANGE, chrome finish bezel.

MIDSHIP MARKER/TURN SIGNAL

Two (2) Whelen LED midship body clearance marker/turn signal lights (T0A00MAR) shall be installed. There shall be one

(1) light on each side of the body, in the wheel well, ahead of the rear axle. Both lights shall have an amber lens and operate with the chassis clearance marker and turn signals.

MARKER LIGHTS

The apparatus body shall be equipped with all necessary clearance lights and reflectors in accordance with Federal Motor

Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS) regulations. All body clearance lights shall be LED to reduce the need for maintenance and lower the amp draw. Clearance lights shall be wired to the headlight circuit of the chassis.

LICENSE PLATE LIGHT

One (1) Arrow #437 chrome plated license plate light shall be installed on the rear of the apparatus body. License plate light shall be wired to the headlight circuit of chassis. A fastener system shall be provided for license plate installation.

ELECTRONIC SIREN

The siren control head shall be supplied and installed by the cab/chassis manufacturer.

SIREN SPEAKER

The siren speaker(s) shall be supplied and installed by the cab/chassis manufacturer.

SIDE SCENE LIGHTS

Four (4) Tomar RECT79H (9" x 7") Scene lights and chrome flange shall be provided, two (2) each side of upper body.

Two (2) switches shall be provided, one (1) for the streetside scene lights, and one (1) for the curbside scene lights.

The lights shall be switched at the Vista display in the cab.

REAR SCENE LIGHTS

Two (2) Tomar RECT79H (9" x 7") Scene lights and chrome flange shall be provided, one (1) each side of upper body corners.

The lights shall be switched at the Vista display in the cab.

The rear scene lights shall also be activated when the apparatus is in reverse.

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TRAFFIC DIRECTIONAL LIGHT

Two (2) Pro NFORCER model PNLTA-604 Amber LED traffic directional warning devices with dual control cables shall be located, one (1) each side on upper rear body. Controls shall be provided through individual switches on the switch panel or through the Weldon VMux Vista screen.

 The traffic directional light shall be surface mounted on upper rear body.

INTERCOM SYSTEM - PELTOR Y2000

There shall be a Peltor Y2000 intercom system provided and installed as follows;

EDM-Y2000 intercom head set and radio equipment antenna installation spec information VERSION 1 July 07/08 - Please order directly from RW Communications and Consulting. Contact Rick Wagner 780-695-8366 or by e-mail [email protected]

Install a Norhammer Peltor EDM-Y2000 Intercom head set system (no substitutes) with a Master station control box and communication/volume control stations for each of the six (6) seating positions in the vehicle cab.

Cab Layout;

One master station control box (part number MST) (no substitutes) to be mounted inside the dash electrical compartment.

Two (2) front positions; driver and passenger station volume control boxes (part number HS-03-XX-EDM) (no substitutes)

The drivers position - one volume control box (part number HS-03-XX-EDM) to be mounted above the drivers seat on the right side of the cab.

The passenger position - one volume control box (part number HS-03-XXEDM) to be mounted above the passengers seat on the left side of the cab.

Please label these two (2) cable runs at the master station as the drivers front position and the passenger front position.

These two positions require the volume control boxes to be mounted as listed to keep the headset cable from lying across the user’s chest. With the volume control box installed in this location it allows the users to dawn their SCBA tanks and not tangle the head set cable in the harness of the SCBA tanks.

Rear Cab Layout;

Four (4) volume control box (part number HS-03-XX-EDM) to be mounted above each seating position. Four (4) MT-

5179A-Y2 black headsets for rear seating positions. Please label this cable run at the master station as the rear cab work station position.

Note- The head sets and control boxes will require customization to link to The City of Edmonton radio system by the local radio system provider.

The master station control box is the link between the mobile radio and the EDM-Y2000 intercom head set station volume control boxes. It is set up with six ports for head set plug-in, one port for the mobile radio mating cable assembly, internal self resetting system fuse and an external master system volume control. All head set stations branch out from the master station control box which is supplied with mounting brackets and cable assemblies hardwired into the head set station volume control boxes with the mating plug on the other end. For ease of installation the system is designed so that any combination of head set stations can be plugged into the 6 master station ports i.e. the ports are not specific to head set model type.

Provide six (6) headset hooks and ship loose.

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WARNING LIGHT PACKAGE

Each apparatus shall have a system of optical warning devices that meets or exceeds the requirements of this section.

The optical warning system shall consist of an upper and a lower warning level. The requirements for each level shall be met by the warning devices in that particular level without consideration of the warning devices in the other level.

For the purposes of defining and measuring the required optical performance, the upper and lower warning levels shall be divided into four warning zones. The four zones shall be determined by lines drawn through the geometric center of the apparatus at 45 degrees to a line drawn lengthwise through the geometric center of the apparatus. The four zones shall be designated A, B, C, and D in a clockwise direction, with zone A to the front of the apparatus.

Each optical warning device shall be installed on the apparatus and connected to the apparatus’s electrical system in accordance with the requirements of this standard and the requirements of the manufacturer of the device.

A master optical warning system switch that energizes all the optical warning devices shall be provided.

The optical warning system on the fire apparatus shall be capable of two separate signaling modes during emergency operations. One mode shall signal to drivers and pedestrians that the apparatus is responding to an emergency and is calling for the right-of-way. One mode shall signal that the apparatus is stopped and is blocking the right-of-way. The use of some or all of the same warning lights shall be permitted for both modes provided the other requirements of this chapter are met.

A switching system shall be provided that senses the position of the parking brake or the park position of an automatic transmission. When the master optical warning system switch is closed and the parking brake is released or the automatic transmission is not in park, the warning devices signaling the call for the right-of-way shall be energized. When the master optical warning system switch is closed and the parking brake is on or the automatic transmission is in park, the warning devices signaling the blockage of the right-of-way shall be energized. The system shall be permitted to have a method of modifying the two signaling modes.

The optical warning devices shall be constructed or arranged so as to avoid the projection of light, either directly or through mirrors, into any driving or crew compartment(s). The front optical warning devices shall be placed so as to maintain the maximum possible separation from the headlights.

UPPER WARNING LIGHT SYSTEM

ZONE A - FRONT WARNING LIGHTS

One (1) Tomar 930L-7208 LED lightbar with red lens, with (2) forward facing clear model RECT37L-W lamps, permanently mounted to cab roof.

All clear lights shall shut down when the parking brake is set to comply with "Blocking" mode requirements as outlined in

NFPA 1901.

The lightbar shall be separately switched at the vista display in the cab.

ZONES B AND D - SIDE WARNING LIGHTS

UPPER REAR CORNER WARNING LIGHTS

There shall be two (2) Tomar RECT-79CLLW-R series (9" x 7") LED lights provided, one (1) on each side of the apparatus in the upper forward corners. Each light shall have a chrome flange.

The lights shall be switched at the Vista display in the cab.

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UPPER FORWARD CORNER WARNING LIGHTS

There shall be two (2) Tomar RECT-79CLLW-R series (9" x 7") LED lights provided, one (1) on each side of the apparatus in the upper rearward corners. Each light shall have and chrome flange.

The lights shall be switched at the Vista display in the cab.

ZONE C - REAR WARNING LIGHTS

There shall be two (2) Tomar RECT-79CLLW-R series (9" x 7") LED lights provided on the rear of the body, one (1) each side. Each light shall have a chrome flange.

The lights shall be switched at the Vista display in the cab.

LOWER LEVEL WARNING LIGHTS

ZONE A - FRONT WARNING LIGHTS

The warning lights shall be supplied and installed by the cab/chassis manufacturer. They shall be Whelen lights to complete an NFPA compliant lower level warning light system.

The lights shall be switched at the Vista display in the cab.

ZONES B AND D - CAB INTERSECTOR LIGHT (CAB FRONT CORNERS)

The warning lights shall be supplied and installed by the cab/chassis manufacturer. They shall be Whelen lights to complete an NFPA compliant lower level warning light system.

The lights shall be switched at the Vista display in the cab.

ZONES B AND D - CAB INTERSECTOR LIGHT (CAB SIDE)

The warning lights shall be supplied and installed by the cab/chassis manufacturer. They shall be Whelen lights to complete an NFPA compliant lower level warning light system.

ZONES B AND D - BODY INTERSECTOR LIGHT (BODY WHEELWELL AREA)

There shall be two (2) Tomar RECT-37CLLW-R (7" x 3") LED lights provided, one (1) each side. Each light shall have a chrome finished flange.

The lights shall be switched at the Vista display in the cab.

ZONES B AND D - BODY INTERSECTOR LIGHT (BODY REAR CORNERS)

There shall be two (2) Tomar RECT-37CLLW-R (7" x 3") LED lights provided, one (1) each side. Each light shall have chrome finished flange.

The lights shall be switched at the Vista display in the cab.

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ZONE C - REAR WARNING LIGHTS (LOWER REAR CORNERS)

There shall be two (2) Tomar RECT-79CLLW-R series (9" x 7") LED lights provided on the lower rear body, one (1) each side. Each light shall have a chrome finished flange.

The lights shall be switched at the Vista display in the cab.

LINE VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

ONAN PTO GENERATOR

The apparatus shall be equipped with an Onan Protec PTO generator system with a capacity of 35,000 watts at 120/240

VAC, 291/145 amps., single phase. Current frequency shall be stable at 60 hertz.

The transmission’s PTO port and PTO, or the split shaft PTO, and all associated drive shaft components shall be rated to support the continuous duty torque requirements of the generator’s continuous duty rating as stated on the power source nameplate.

Where the generator is driven by the chassis engine and transmission through a split shaft PTO, the driving compartment speedometer shall register when the generator drive system is engaged.

Where the generator is driven by the chassis engine and transmission through a split shaft PTO and a chassis transmission retarder is furnished, it shall be automatically disengaged for generator operations.

The direct drive generator shall be mounted so that it does not change the ramp breakover angle, angle of departure, or angle of approach as defined by other components, and it shall not extend into the ground clearance area.

The direct drive generator shall be mounted away from exhaust and muffler areas or provided with a heat shield to reduce operating temperatures in the generator area.

GENERATOR ENGAGEMENT

A “Generator Engaged” indicator shall be provided in the driving compartment to indicate that the generator shift has been successfully completed.

An “OK to Operate Generator” indicator shall be provided in the driving compartment to indicate that the generator is engaged (if not always engaged), the transmission is in the proper gear (if required, automatic transmissions only), and the parking brake is engaged (if applicable).

An interlock system shall be provided to prevent advancement of the engine speed in the driving compartment or at any operator’s panel unless the parking brake is engaged, and the transmission is in neutral or the output of the transmission is correctly connected to a pump or generator instead of the drive wheels.

WARRANTY PERIOD

Provided such goods are operated and maintained in accordance with Onan's written instructions, Onan warrants that the

Protec YDCR series PTO generators shall be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of five (5) years or one thousand (1,000) hours, whichever comes first, from the date of delivery to the first purchaser.

GENERATOR SPLASH GUARD

A powder coat painted splash cover shall be installed to reduce the amount of road spray on the frame mounted PTO generator. A V-ring seal shall also be installed in the cover to provide additional protection against contaminates reaching the generator front seals.

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GENERATOR MOUNTING

The generator shall be mounted between the chassis frame rails. The generator mounting brackets shall be fabricated using heavy duty steel tubing, or structural channel. The generator mounting shall be bolted and removable so that the generator can be lowered from under apparatus for service, if necessary. The generator case shall not extend below the bottom edge of the apparatus body.

MANUALS AND SCHEMATICS

Two (2) complete manuals on parts list, maintenance, wiring schematics, hydraulic schematics, circuit boards, voltage regulator board and other components shall be provided on delivery.

POWER-TAKE-OFF GENERATOR DRIVE

There shall be a "Hot Shift" power-take-off (PTO) installed on the transmission PTO by the cab chassis manufacturer. The

"Hot Shift" PTO is provided to allow the engagement of the PTO at higher engine RPM speeds. The PTO output shall be connected to the generator through hollow tube type driveline with heavy duty universals.

The engagement of the PTO shall be in the chassis cab with a rocker switch and red pilot light to note engagement of the

PTO.

The power supply to the PTO engagement control shall be wired to the parking brake and a neutral position transmission switch to prevent engagement unless the vehicle is stopped and transmission has been placed in neutral.

ENGINE SPEED CONTROL

An engine speed auxiliary control device (high idle switch or throttle) shall be installed to maintain a stable cycle output from generator when the apparatus is parked.

An interlock shall prevent the operation of the engine speed auxiliary control device unless the parking brake is engaged and the transmission is in neutral or park, or the parking brake is engaged and the engine is disengaged from the drive wheels.

The engine shall be prevented from regulating its own engine speed during times when engine rpm control is critical for consistent apparatus functions such as generator, water pump, or aerial operation.

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GENERATOR MONITORING PANEL

To properly monitor the generator performance and load demand during operation, the generator installation shall be equipped with a full instrument monitor panel.

This unit shall be manufactured by FRC model FROG-D and mounted next to the circuit breaker panel. This generator output display shall consolidate five (5) generator monitoring instruments into one device. The display case shall be waterproof and have dimensions not to exceed 4 1/4" high by 4 1/4" wide by 3 1/4" deep.

The following continuous displays shall be provided with super bright LED digits more than 1/2" high:

 Generator frequency in hertz

 Line 1 current in amperes

 Line 2 current in amperes

 Generator voltage in volts

The program shall support the accumulation of elapsed generator hours. Generator hours shall be displayed at the push of a button.

GENERATOR GROUNDING

The generator system shall be provided with a Hannay spring rewind grounding reel with 20' of stranded copper ground cable and heavy duty welding clamp.

One (1) end to be permanently attached to apparatus frame, forming a low resistance ground to the generator and all 120 volt circuits.

Ground rod shall be 3' long with an integrated weight hammer to drive the rod into the ground. Ground rod shall be stored in a compartment.

LOADCENTER

The loadcenter shall be a Cutler Hammer, BR Series, specifically designed for protection and distribution of 120/240 volt

AC, such as lighting and small motor branch circuits. The loadcenter enclosure shall be made of 16 gauge galvanized sheet steel. The galvanized coating provides corrosion protection and as such does not require paint. All trims used on the BR Loadcenter shall be chromate sealed and finished with electro disposition epoxy paint (ASA61) which exceeds requirements for outdoor and indoor applications. A combination surface/flush cover with integral door shall be supplied.

The loadcenter shall be UL / CSA listed, NO EXCEPTIONS will be allowed.

SHORE POWER INLET - BATTERY CHARGER

The above mentioned shore power inlet, and battery conditioner shall be specified in the 12 volt section.

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OUTLETS AND CIRCUITS

The generator shall supply the electrical equipment and outlets outlined below. Proper circuit protection shall be installed as noted:

 Two (2) 120 volt exterior outlets, one (1) each side rear of body.

- The receptacle shall be 20 amp, twist-lock ( NEMA L5-20R ).

 Two (2) 120 volt outlets, one (1) each side front corner of front bumper extension.

- The receptacle shall be 20 amp, twist-lock ( NEMA L5-20R ).

EXTENSION CORDS

The following electrical extension cords will be provided. Cords will be 10/3 SO cable with plug ends that match the apparatus as follows;

 Two (2) 75' black cable with gray tag/color code each end and twist-lock L5-20R ends.

 Two (2) 50 ' black cable with blue tag/color code each end and twist-lock L5-20R ends.

 Four (4) 25' black cable with red tag/color code each end and twist-lock L5-20R ends.

 One (1) 100' yellow cable and twist-lock L6-20R ends (match oultet for power unit in C2).

Cords will be mounted in slide-out tool boards located in S1 and C1.

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

Stability

Any fixed line voltage power source producing alternating current (ac) shall produce electric power at 60Hz, ±3Hz when producing power at all levels between no load and full rated power. Any fixed line voltage power source shall produce electric power at the rated voltage ±10 percent when producing power at all levels between no load and full rated power.

The maximum voltage supplied to portable equipment shall not exceed 275 volts to ground. Higher voltage shall be permitted only when used to operate fixed wired, permanently mounted equipment on the apparatus.

Conformance with National Electrical Code

All components, equipment, and installation procedures shall conform to NFPA 70, National Electrical Code, except where superseded by the requirements of this chapter. Where the requirements of this chapter differ from those in NFPA 70, the requirements in this chapter shall apply.

Where available, line voltage electrical system equipment and materials included on the apparatus shall be listed and used only in the manner for which they have been listed. All equipment and materials shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.

Location Ratings

Any equipment used in a dry location shall be listed for dry locations. Any equipment used in a wet location shall be listed for wet locations.

Any equipment, except a PTO-driven generator, used in an underbody or under chassis location that is subject to road spray shall be either listed as Type 4 or mounted in an enclosure that is listed as Type 4.

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If a PTO-driven generator is located in an underbody or under chassis location, the installation shall include a shield to prevent road spray from splashing directly on the generator.

Grounding

Grounding shall be in accordance with 250.34(A) and 250.34(B) of NFPA 70. Ungrounded systems shall not be used.

Only stranded or braided copper conductors shall be used for grounding and bonding.

The grounded current-carrying conductor (neutral) shall be insulated from the equipment-grounding conductors and from the equipment enclosures and other grounded parts.

The neutral conductor shall be colored white or gray in accordance with 200.6, “Means of Identifying Grounded

Conductors,” of NFPA 70.

Any bonding screws, straps, or buses in the distribution panelboard or in other system components between the neutral and equipment-grounding conductor shall be removed and discarded.

Bonding

The neutral conductor of the power source shall be bonded to the vehicle frame. The neutral bonding connection shall occur only at the power source. In addition to the bonding required for the low voltage return current, each body and each driving or crew compartment enclosure shall be bonded to the vehicle frame by a copper conductor.

The conductor shall have a minimum amperage rating, as defined in 310.15, “Ampacities for Conductors Rated 0–2000

Volts,” of NFPA 70, of 115 percent of the rated amperage on the power source specification label.

A single conductor that is sized to meet the low voltage and line voltage requirements shall be permitted to be used.

Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters

In special service vehicles incorporating a lavatory, sink, toilet, shower, or tub, 120 V, 15 or 20 A receptacles within 6 ft

(1.8 m) of these fixtures shall have ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) protection. GFCIs integrated into outlets or circuit breakers or as stand-alone devices shall be permitted to be used in situations.

Power Source General Requirements

All power source system mechanical and electrical components shall be sized to support the continuous duty nameplate rating of the power source.

The power source shall be shielded from contamination that would prevent the power source from operating within its design specifications.

Power Source Rating

For power sources of 8 kW or larger, the power source manufacturer shall declare the continuous duty rating that the power source can provide when installed on fire apparatus according to the manufacturer’s instructions and run at 120°F

(49°C) air intake temperature at 2000 ft (600 m) above sea level.

The rating on the power source specification label shall not exceed the declared rating from the power source manufacturer.

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Access shall be provided to permit both routine maintenance and removal of the power source for major servicing. The power source shall be located such that neither it nor its mounting brackets interfere with the routine maintenance of the fire apparatus.

Instrumentation

If the power source is rated at less than 3 kW, a “Power On” indicator shall be provided. If the power source is rated at 3 kW or more but less than 8 kW, a voltmeter shall be provided.

If the power source is rated at 8 kW or more, the following instrumentation shall be provided at an operator’s panel:

(1) Voltmeter

(2) Current meters for each ungrounded leg

(3) Frequency (Hz) meter

(4) Power source hour meter

The instrumentation shall be permanently mounted at an operator’s panel. The instruments shall be located in a plane facing the operator. Gauges, switches, or other instruments on this panel shall each have a label to indicate their function.

The instruments and other line voltage equipment and controls shall be protected from mechanical damage and not obstructed by tool mounting or equipment storage.

An instruction plate(s) that provides the operator with the essential power source operating instructions, including the power-up and power-down sequence, shall be permanently attached to the apparatus at any point where such operations can take place.

Operation

Provisions shall be made for placing the generator drive system in operation using controls and switches that are identified and within convenient reach of the operator.

Where the generator is driven by the chassis engine and engine compression brakes or engine exhaust brakes are furnished, they shall be automatically disengaged for generator operations.

Any control device used in the generator system power train between the engine and the generator shall be equipped with a means to prevent unintentional movement of the control device from its set position in the power generation mode.

If there is permanent wiring on the apparatus that is designed to be connected to the power source, a power source specification label that is permanently attached to the apparatus at the operator’s control station shall provide the operator with the information required.

The power source, at any load, shall not produce a noise level that exceeds 90 dBA in any driving compartment, crew compartment, or onboard command area with windows and doors closed or at any operator’s station on the apparatus.

Power Supply Assembly

The conductors used in the power supply assembly between the output terminals of the power source and the main overcurrent protection device shall not exceed 12 ft (4 m) in length.

All power supply assembly conductors, including neutral and grounding conductors, shall have an equivalent amperage rating and shall be sized to carry not less than 115 percent of the amperage of the nameplate current rating of the power source.

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If the power supply assembly connects to the vibrating part of a generator (not a connection on the base), the conductors shall be flexible cord or other fine-stranded conductors enclosed in metallic or nonmetallic liquid tight flexible conduit rated for wet locations and temperatures not less than 194°F (90°C).

Overcurrent Protection

Manually resettable overcurrent devices shall be installed to protect the line voltage electrical system components.

Power Source Protection

A main overcurrent protection device shall be provided that is either incorporated in the power source or connected to the power source by a power supply assembly.

The size of the main overcurrent protection device shall not exceed 100 percent of the rated amperage stated on the power source specification label or the rating of the next larger available size overcurrent protection device, where so recommended by the power source manufacturer.

If the main overcurrent protection device is subject to road spray, the unit shall be housed in a Type 4–rated enclosure.

Branch Circuit Overcurrent Protection

Overcurrent protection devices shall be provided for each individual circuit and shall be sized at not less than 15 amps in accordance with 240.4, “Protection of Conductors,” of NFPA 70.

Any panelboard shall have a main breaker where the panel has six or more individual branch circuits or the power source is rated 8 kW or larger.

Each overcurrent protection device shall be marked with a label to identify the function of the circuit it protects.

Dedicated circuits shall be provided for any large appliance or device (air conditioning units, large motors, etc.) that requires 60 percent or more of the rated capacity of the circuit to which it is connected, and that circuit shall serve no other purpose.

Panelboards

All fixed power sources shall be hardwired to a permanently mounted panelboard unless one of the following conditions exists:

(1) All line voltage power connections are made through receptacles on the power source and the receptacles are protected by integrated overcurrent devices.

(2) Only one circuit is hardwired to the power source, which is protected by an integrated overcurrent device.

The panel shall be visible and located so that there is unimpeded access to the panelboard controls. All panelboards shall be designed for use in their intended location. The panel(s) shall be protected from mechanical damage, tool mounting, and equipment storage.

Where the power source is 120/240 V and 120 V loads are connected, the apparatus manufacturer or line voltage system installer shall consider load balancing to the extent that it is possible.

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Wiring Methods

Fixed wiring systems shall be limited to the following:

(1) Metallic or nonmetallic liquid tight flexible conduit rated at temperatures not less than 194°F (90°C) with stranded copper wire rated for wet locations and temperatures not less than 194°F (90°C)

(2) Type SOW, SOOW, SEOW, or SEOOW flexible cord rated at 600 V and at temperatures not less than 194°F (90°C)

Electrical cord or conduit shall not be attached to chassis suspension components, water or fuel lines, air or air brake lines, fire pump piping, hydraulic lines, exhaust system components, or low voltage wiring and shall be arranged as follows:

(1) Separated by a minimum distance of 12 in. (300 mm) from exhaust piping or shielded from such piping

(2) Separated from fuel lines by a minimum distance of 6 in. (150 mm)

A means shall be provided to allow “flexing” between the driving and crew compartment, the body, and other areas or equipment whose movement would stress the wiring.

Electrical cord or conduit shall be supported within 6 in. (150 mm) of any junction box and at a minimum of every 24 in.

(600 mm) of run.

Supports shall be made of nonmetallic materials or of corrosion-resistant or corrosion-protected metal. All supports shall be of a design that does not cut or abrade the conduit or cord and shall be mechanically fastened to the apparatus.

Only fittings and components listed for the type of cord or conduit being installed shall be used.

Splices shall be made only in a listed junction box.

Additional Requirements for Flexible Cord Installations

Where flexible cord is used in any location where it could be damaged, it shall be protected by installation in conduit, enclosures, or guards.

Where flexible cord penetrates a metal surface, rubber or plastic grommets or bushings shall be installed.

Wiring Identification

Each line voltage circuit originating from the main panelboard shall be identified.

The wire or circuit identification either shall reference a wiring diagram or wire list or shall indicate the final termination point of the circuit.

Where pre-wiring for future power sources or devices exists, the un-terminated ends shall be marked with a label showing their wire size and intended function.

Wiring System Components

Only stranded copper conductors with an insulation rated for temperatures of at least 194°F (90°C) and wet locations shall be used. Conductors in flexible cord shall be sized in accordance with Table 400.5(A) of NFPA 70. Conductors used in conduit shall be sized in accordance with 310.15, “Ampacities for Conductors Rated 0–2000 Volts,” of NFPA 70.

Aluminum or copper-clad aluminum conductors shall not be used.

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All boxes shall conform to and be mounted in accordance with Article 314, “Outlet, Device, Pull, and Junction Boxes;

Conduit Bodies; Fittings; and Manholes,” of NFPA 70. All boxes shall be accessible using ordinary hand tools. Boxes shall not be permitted behind welded or pop-riveted panels.

The maximum number of conductors permitted in any box shall be in accordance with 314.16, “Number of Conductors in

Outlet, Device, and Junction Boxes, and Conduit Bodies,” of NFPA 70.

All wiring connections and terminations shall provide a positive mechanical and electrical connection. Connectors shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. Wire nuts or insulation displacement and insulation piercing connectors shall not be used.

Each switch shall indicate the position of its contact points (i.e., open or closed) and shall be rated for the continuous operation of the load being controlled. All switches shall be marked with a label indicating the function of the switch.

Circuit breakers used as switches shall be “switch rated” (SWD) or better. Switches shall simultaneously open all associated line voltage conductors. Switching of the neutral conductor alone shall not be permitted.

Line voltage circuits controlled by low voltage circuits shall be wired through properly rated relays in listed enclosures that control all non-grounded current-carrying conductors.

Receptacles and Inlet Devices

Wet and Dry Locations

All wet location receptacle outlets and inlet devices, including those on hardwired, remote power distribution boxes, shall be of the grounding type, provided with a wet location cover, and installed in accordance with Section 406.8, “Receptacles in Damp or Wet Locations,” of NFPA 70.

All receptacles located in a wet location shall be not less than 24 in. (600 mm) from the ground. Receptacles on off road fire apparatus shall be a minimum of 30 in. (750 mm) from the ground. All receptacles located in a dry location shall be of the grounding type and shall be at least 12 in. (300 mm) above the interior floor height. No receptacle shall be installed in a face-up position.

The face of any wet location receptacle shall be installed in a plane from vertical to not more than 45 degrees off vertical.

Receptacle Label

Each receptacle shall be marked with a label indicating the nominal line voltage (120 volts or 240 volts) and the current rating in amps of the circuit. If the receptacle is DC or other than single phase, that information shall also be marked on the label.

All receptacles and electrical inlet devices shall be listed to UL 498, Standard for Safety Attachment Plugs and

Receptacles, or other recognized performance standards.

Receptacles used for DC voltages shall be rated for DC service.

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Wiring Schematics

An "As-Built" Wiring diagrams for line voltage systems shall be provided to include the following information;

(a) Pictorial representations of circuit logic for all electrical components and wiring

(b) Circuit identification

(c) Connector pin identification

(d) Zone location of electrical components

(e) Safety interlocks

(f) Alternator–battery power distribution circuits

(g) Input/output assignment sheets or equivalent circuit logic implemented in multiplexing systems

120/240 VAC SCENE LIGHTING

FRONT CAB-MOUNTED SCENE LIGHT(S)

One (1) quartz floodlight(s) shall be provided on the front of the cab by the cab/chassis manufacturer. Each light shall be mounted in a brow-style mounting flange. Scene lights shall be provided with a lens or a means for preventing damage from water spray and shall be listed for wet location usage.

Each light shall be wired directly to the electrical generator system with Carflex conduit and stranded copper wire. The floodlights shall be protected with circuit breakers rated at the proper amperage and wire size.

 There above lights shall be controlled by one (1) switch(es). The switch(es) shall be located in the cab within reach of the Driver and/or Officer.

SIDE UPPER RECESSED SCENE LIGHTS

Four (4) Fire Research Focus, model FCA200-M12, recessed light(s) shall be installed. They shall be equally divided between the curbside and streetside. The housing shall incorporate internal heat-dissipating fins and have cutout dimensions not to exceed 2" deep by 4 1/4" high by 16 1/8" wide. The lamphead shall protrude no more than 1 1/2" from the housing flange. Wiring shall extend from the bottom of the recessed housing.

The lamp head shall have one (1) quartz halogen 1000 watt 240 volt bulb. The bulb shall draw 4.2 amps and generate

22,000 lumens. The bulb shall be accessible through the front. The lamphead shall direct 50 percent of the light onto the action area while providing 50 percent to illuminate the working area. Lamphead and housing shall be powder coated white. The floodlight shall be UL listed as a scene light for fire service use.

Scene lights shall be provided with a lens or a means for preventing damage from water spray and shall be listed for wet location usage.

 There above lights shall be controlled by two (2) switch(es). The switch(es) shall be located in the cab within reach of the Driver and/or Officer.

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REAR UPPER RECESSED SCENE LIGHTS

Two (2) Fire Research Focus, model FCA200-M12, recessed light(s) shall be installed. They shall be equally divided between the curbside and streetside. The housing shall incorporate internal heat-dissipating fins and have cutout dimensions not to exceed 2" deep by 4 1/4" high by 16 1/8" wide. The lamphead shall protrude no more than 1 1/2" from the housing flange. Wiring shall extend from the bottom of the recessed housing.

The lamp head shall have one (1) quartz halogen 1000 watt 240 volt bulb. The bulb shall draw 4.2 amps and generate

22,000 lumens. The bulb shall be accessible through the front. The lamphead shall direct 50 percent of the light onto the action area while providing 50 percent to illuminate the working area. Lamphead and housing shall be powder coated white. The floodlight shall be UL listed as a scene light for fire service use.

Scene lights shall be provided with a lens or a means for preventing damage from water spray and shall be listed for wet location usage.

 There above lights shall be controlled by one (1) switch(es). The switch(es) shall be located in the cab within reach of the Driver and/or Officer.

COMMAND LIGHT TOWER w/ BACKLIGHT

The apparatus shall be equipped with one (1) all electric Command Light(s). The unit shall not require tapping into vehicle braking system to be operated, eliminating the chance for vehicle brake problems. Hydraulic or pneumatic type floodlights are not acceptable alternatives to the all electric light tower specified.

The light bank shall have six (6) weatherproof, 1,500 watt, 240 volt quartz halogen lights. Light heads shall be mounted in three (3) pairs, giving two (2) vertical lines of three (3) when the lights are in the upright position.

The lower pair of light heads shall be capable of being rotated about a horizontal axis to provide light down on the vehicle or to the opposite side of the vehicle.

Power for light bank shall be transmitted through power collecting rings thus allowing 360+ degrees rotation in either direction.

Positioning of the light bank shall be accomplished with maintenance free, heavy duty 12 volt linear actuators.

The Command Light assembly shall be all aluminum construction, with stainless steel shafts and bronze bushings for long life and low maintenance.

Light tower shall be controlled with a hand-held umbilical line remote control. Command Light to be equipped with "Auto-

Park" automatic nesting feature.

Command Light controls shall feature:

 Three (3) switches, one (1) for each light bank

 One (1) light bank rotation switch

 One (1) switch for elevating lower stage

 One (1) switch for elevating upper stage

 One (1) indicator light to indicate when light bank is out of roof nest position

 One (1) indicator light to indicate when light bank is rotated to proper nest position

 One (1) back light rotation switch

Command Light controls shall be located per the itemized compartment list.

SVI #724/725 Page 128 of 129 October 26, 2009

Edmonton Fire Department

Heavy Rescue

Build Specification

The light tower shall have a full extension of 10' - 6" from mounted position and shall extend from nested position to full upright in under 20 seconds.

The overall size of the nested light tower shall be approximately 41" wide x 73" long x 12-3/4" high, and weigh approximately 310 lbs.

A flashing warning light shall be provided in cab, indicating when a light tower is not in nested position.

The operational envelope of the mast shall be automatically illuminated whenever the mast assembly is being raised, lowered, or rotated as required by NFPA 1901.

The Command Light shall be covered by a One Year limited warranty from defects in materials and workmanship.

An operation, maintenance, and parts manual shall be provided with the delivered apparatus.

The floodlight tower shall have a strobe indicator located on the top of the upper section.

The lens color for the strobe light shall be red.

The specified light tower(s) shall be recessed into the roof of the apparatus body so that no part of the light tower extends above the roof line. The recessed area shall have two (2) water drain holes (in opposite corners) with flexible 1" diameter hose routed to the area below the body.

EQUIPMENT PAYLOAD WEIGHT ALLOWANCE

In compliance with NFPA 1901 standards, the special service vehicle shall be designed for an equipment loading allowance of 6,000 lbs. of Edmonton Fire Department provided loose equipment based on a 40,001 - 50,000 pound gross vehicle weight rating.

EQUIPMENT

The following equipment shall be furnished with the completed special service vehicle;

 One (1) container of assorted stainless steel nuts, bolts, screws and washers used in the construction of the apparatus shall be provided with the completed apparatus.

 There shall be two (2) NFPA approved aluminum wheel chocks provided for 44" diameter tires that together will hold the vehicle when loaded to its GVWR or GCWR, on a hard surface with a 20 % grade, with the transmission in neutral, and the parking brake released.

- The wheel chock(s) shall be mounted behind rear wheels, below body on streetside.

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