Johnson Siding Volunteer Fire Department added a new fire apparatus to their firehouse this year. The Darley MaxWASP is a fully functioning apparatus, built on a Ford F-550 chassis. The engine is designed to fight both wildland and structure fires. It’s engineered to get to the places that a full-size pumper just can’t access. The MaxWASP boasts an impressive amount of ground clearance making it effective moving through uneven terrain.
Ground Clearance to the Max!
One of the few drawbacks of the MaxWASP is its tank capacity. The MaxWASP solves this drawback by using an advanced AutoCAFS system. The CAFS system uses chemicals to create a foam that requires less water without sacrificing any of the performance of water.
Firefighting potential to the Max!
It’s no secret that budgets are tight for volunteer fire departments and the MaxWASP costs substantially less than a typical apparatus. The MaxWASP is an excellent alternative to a traditional fire apparatus.
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