A pumper is one of the most important investments you, your department and your community will ever make. Let’s face it, 10 years from now, when other decisions are long forgotten, the pumper you choose needs to remain an important part of your firefighting arsenal.
The first question we ask is “what do you need?” A short body for tight turning in the city? A medium body to accommodate extra gear? A long body to haul a lot of water in the country? You specify. We deliver.
Nobody offers more designs and flexibility than Pierce when it comes to designing your pumper.
Isolated from the body to reduce stress and highly customizable with a wide variety of pumps and pump house sizes to choose from
Located on the back of the tailboard, it’s designed so you can tie off loads and stabilize them, without the worry of a rope chafing and busting
Offers up to 1,000 lb of storage capabilities
The extensions are built off of the chassis frame rails, which is the strongest part of the truck, you can carry more with confidence
Provides protection from harsh weather and a walkway to the cargo bed
Multiple hosebed options are available to meet your height and requirement needs
Formed sheet metal and welded body construction; select from various door styles, trays, shelves, brackets and tool boards to efficiently store and access firefighting equipment
Saves you valuable seconds with color coding, standardized knobs and controls grouped by job, where you expect them to be
Side control, top mount or rear mount
Pump House Configurations:
Virtually unlimited plumbing options and arrangements are available
Hose Storage Options:
Crosslays or speedlays
Caps are self-venting to help reduce firefighter injuries caused by inadvertent pressure release
Available on all custom & commercial chassis
Waterous, Hale or Darley Midship (500-2000 gpm) PTO (250-1250 gpm)
12" upper, 26" lower
Pierce lap doors & roll-ups available
Pierce hydraulic ladder rack, low-side or fully enclosed
Aluminum, stainless steel & galvanized
7 body lengths & numerous configurations