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Arizona Fire Service
service apparatus include the following:
• Fire pump, only if specified.
• 120 cu. ft. for equipment storage.
• Ground ladders only if specified.
• If a fire pump is installed, a minimum of 20 feet of suction
hose (and strainer) or 15 feet of supply hose.
• Equipment lists of miscellaneous equipment that shall be
on the apparatus before it is placed in service.
Chapter 11, Mobile Foam
A mobile foam apparatus has a fire pump, foam-proportioning system, and foam concentrate tank whose primary
purpose is the control and extinguishment of flammable
and combustible liquid fires in storage tanks and spills. The
requirements particular to a mobile foam apparatus include
• Minimum 750-gpm fire pump.
• Foam-proportioning system.
• Minimum 500-gallon foam concentrate tank.
• 40 cu. ft. for equipment storage.
• A minimum of 30 cu. ft. for 2½-inch or larger hose storage.
• Two areas, 3. 5 cu. ft. each, to accommodate 1½-inch or
larger preconnected lines.
• A minimum of 20 feet of suction hose (and strainer) or 15
feet of supply hose.
• Equipment lists of fire hose and nozzles and miscellaneous
equipment and adapters that shall be on the apparatus
before it is placed in service.
Chapter 12, Chassis and Vehicle Components
The first requirement in the chassis chapter is that the
axles and gross vehicle weight rating (GV WR) of the chassis
must be adequate to carry the weight of the apparatus when
loaded to its estimated in-service weight. That would include
• The chassis, body, full tanks (fuel, lubrication, and so on).
• Full water and other agent tanks.
• All fixed equipment installed, such as generators, pumps,
aerial device, and reels.
• 250-pound allowance for each seating position.
• Ground ladders, suction hose, and specified hose in
hosebeds or reels.
• An allowance for miscellaneous equipment. The miscellaneous equipment table makes the following allowances
depending on the type of apparatus specified:
1. Pumper with less than 250 cu. ft. of compartment
space— 2,000 pounds of equipment.
2. Pumper with 250 cu. ft. or more of compartment
space— 2,500 pounds of equipment.
3. Initial attack, depending on GV WR: between 900 and 2,000
pounds of equipment.
4. Mobile water supply apparatus— 1,000 pounds of
5. Aerial apparatus— 2,500 pounds of equipment.
6. Quint apparatus— 2,500 pounds of equipment.
7. Special service apparatus depending on GV WR: between