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Monday, January 22, 2007

The Tactical Fire Fighting Truck from Oshkosh




The Tactical Fire Fighting Truck from Oshkosh is engineered like no other. It combines the superior mobility of the Oshkosh HEMTT M977 with the unmatched firefighting capabilities of Pierce fire apparatus. The TFFT is a multi-functional vehicle that's ready to deploy whenever and wherever needed for aircraft rescue, fuel storage protection, structural firefighting, wildland firefighting, rescue, extraction and homeland defense missions.

The TFFT from Oshkosh Truck Corporation puts you in command.

Military Grade Fire Fighting Power.
The tough and rugged Tactical Fire Fighting Truck (TFFT) is
engineered like no other vehicle on the planet. It combines the
superior mobility and military prowess of the Oshkosh® HEMTT with
the #1 firefighting vehicle in the world, Pierce. The result is a
multifunctional crossbred vehicle that’s ready to deploy at a
moment’s notice for any severe aircraft rescue, fuel storage
protection, structural firefighting, wildland firefighting and rescue
extrication in almost any terrain.
Go mobile.
Wherever support is needed, from off road to no road, the TFFT will
get you there. Built on an incredible 210-inch (5.33 m) wheelbase,
it features all-wheel drive, a 445 hp (335.97 kw) engine and is rated
at 60 percent gradability at GVW. Its cruising range is 400 miles (640 k),
and fording clearance is 48 inches (121.92 cm).
Tough as nails.
Proven, severe-duty HEMTT components are standard throughout
the TFFT, meeting the highest levels of Oshkosh quality and reliability.
The body is constructed of high impact galvanneal steel, with a
unique steel support system. Pierce installs corrosion resistant
stainless steel plumbing for a long, durable life and easy
maintenance. Firefighting plumbing is stainless steel for longer life
and proven corrosion resistance. One of the key advantages of the
Oshkosh-produced HEMTT and the TFFT is the easy access and
interchangeability of major parts within the vehicle series.
In addition, systems are designed for accessibility, making routine
maintenance quick and easy.
Go to battle in full gear.
The TFFT cab and crew quarters can carry six firefighters; five in full
SCBA gear. The TFFT is equipped with a 1,000-gallon (3800 l) water
tank, 2,000 feet (608 m) of hose, 1,000 gpm (3800 lpm) pump, and
roof and bumper turrets with in-cab remote controls. There are
generous storage compartments for carrying everything needed
onto the scene, including a hydraulic generator, TNT® rescue tools,
saws, air-lifting bag kit, extrication equipment, and EMS equipment.
We’ve got your back.
Oshkosh Truck Corporation backs the TFFT with worldwide,
on-demand parts and service support 24/7/365.



Typical specifications

CHASSIS
• HEMTT M977 chassis
• Wheelbase: 210 inches (5.33 m)
• GVWR: 66,000 lbs.
• Engine: Detroit Diesel Model
8V92TA/445 (335.97 kw), 12.1 liter DDEC IV
• Transmission: Allison HD 4560
• Transfer case: Oshkosh 5500 series
• Front and rear axles: Standard HEMTT
tandem axles, LHS springs on rear
• Tires: 16R20 XZL Michelin®
(8 + 1 spare) tubeless
• Electrical system: Standard 24 Volt
HEMTT
• Gradability: 60% @ maximum GVW
• Maximum speed: 62 mph (100 kph)
• Operating temperature: -25° F/+125° F
(-40° C/+51.6° C)
• Fuel capacity: 155 gallons (586 liters)
• Fording: 48 inches (121.92 cm)
• Air transportability: C17
FORWARD CAB
• Two-person, passenger seat with
SCBA provisions
• Intercom
• Heating and air conditioning system
• Firefighter radios
CREW QUARTERS
• Four-person seating
• Four SCBA seatbacks
• Intercom
• Heating and air conditioning system
• Firefighter radios
FIREFIGHTING SYSTEMS & EQUIPMENT
• 1,000 gpm (3800 lpm) single-stage
Darley pump, driven by a Deutz 200hp
diesel engine
• Two 2.5-inch (6.35 cm) outlets (left side)
• Two 2.5-inch (6.35 cm) outlets (right side)
• Two 60-gallon (228 liter)
polypropylene plastic foam cells
• Class B foam system (liquid fuels)
• Class A foam system (wildland and structure)
• Pump and foam controls inside cab
• Pierce galvanneal steel fire body
• 1,000-gallon (3785 liter) water tank
• Hose capacity: 400 feet (121.92 m) of
1-3/4" (4.45 cm); 1,200 feet (365.76 m)
of 3" (7.62 cm); 400 feet (121.92 m) of
2.5" (4.45 cm) DJ hose
• Roof turret/monitor and front bumper
turret/monitor controls in cab
• 500 gpm (1892 lpm) roof turret/monitor
• 250 gpm (946 lpm) bumper turret/monitor
• Under-truck foam nozzles
• Windshield deluge system
• Two 1.5" (5.71 cm) preconnects in the hosebed
• LED lighting
• Two hard suction hoses
• Six air bottle compartments
• Ladders: one 24-foot (7.31 m) two section
ladder, one 14-foot (4.26 m) roof ladder
• One 10-foot folding ladder
• Electric ladder rack
• 15 kw hydraulic generator
• Telescoping lights
• TNT rescue tools
• Various saws
• Air-lifting bag kit
• Extrication equipment
• Wildland tools
• Nozzles
• EMS equipment


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