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TM 9-2320-279-10-3
Equipment Description (Cont)
Legend for Figure 1-28. Tactical Fire Fighting Truck
1.
Personnel Cab: Used to transport crew, and houses vehicle control,
fire fighting controls, gages, and indicators for fire fighting operations.
2.
Crew Cab: Used to transport crew, and provides access to pump
operators panel through roof hatch.
3.
Equipment Body: Used to carry all BII, COEI, and repair parts.
4.
Generator: Used to power the 120/240 VAC system; tank and piping
heaters, cord reel, crew cab air conditioner, and work lights.
5.
Air Cleaner: Filters out smoke, dust, and debris from entering air
induction system for the auxiliary water pump engine.
6.
Fuel Tank: Stores fuel used to operate auxiliary water pump engine.
Receives excess fuel not used by auxiliary water pump engine's fuel
injection system.
7.
Pump House: Used to house plumbing, auxiliary water pump engine,
gages, and indicators for operation of fire fighting apparatus.
8.
Pump Operators Panel: Used by crew to control fire fighting
apparatus from pump house.
9.
Water Tank: Stows water used by the system.
10.
Foam Tanks: Stows foam agent used for Class A and Class B foams
based fires.
11.
Rear Access Ladder: Used by crew to access hoses and generator on
top of TFFT equipment body.
12.
Stowage Boxes: Eleven (11) stowage boxes used to stow COEI and
BII.
13.
Warning Lights: Used to indicate fire situation.
14.
Extendable Flood Lights: Used during fire fighting operations
performed at night.
15.
Bumper Turret: Used to extinguish fires. Turret is operated using
controls in personnel cab.
16.
Roof Turret: Used to extinguish fires. Turret is operated using
controls in personnel cab.
17.
Side Discharge(s): Used to extinguish fires, four (4) 2 in. side
discharge(s), two (2) on each side.
18.
Pre-Connects: Used to extinguish fires, two (2) are pre-connected to
1 in. (4.45 cm) hose in the hose bed. Each discharge is restricted to
control pressure and volume, while truck is pumping through turrets
at maximum flow.
19.
Ground Sweeps: Four (4) ground sweeps located below the vehicle
are capable of 1% class A foam and 3% Class B foam. Ground sweeps
are operated using controls in personnel cab.
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