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January 2016

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Ascendant® 107’ Aerial Ladder

Go where no apparatus has gone before. And do so with heavy duty capabilities and dependability you deserve without compromising water capacity, performance or safety.

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Specifications

Body Configurations

Quint, Texas Chute Out (side stack hosebed), No Pump No Tank

Collision Avoidance

Standard

Custom Chassis Choices

Arrow XT™, Enforcer™, Impel® or Velocity®

Engine

Detroit Diesel DD13, Cummins ISX 12 or ISL

Equipment

2500 lb

Hosebed Capacity

1,000' of 5" or split load 700' of 5" & 600' of 3" hose

Jack Spread

18’ / 13’ short-jacked

Ladder Storage Capacity

115’ to 200’ max (depending upon body style)

Multiplexed

Yes

Overall Apparatus Length

39'2"

Overall Apparatus Height

11'5"

PUC Availability

Yes

Rear Axle Suspension

Single

Stabilizers

Single set of outriggers & one downrigger

Tank

500 gallons

Proprietary Options

Electrical
Foam Systems
Suspension

Our Mission

“Our mission with every Pierce project revolves around the performance and protection of the firefighter. We can’t improve in one category and take away from another. Ascendant was born out of that refusal to compromise, and we think it sends a pretty strong message about the lengths Pierce will travel to serve firefighters.”

Dave Archer, VP of Engineering, Pierce Manufacturing

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Truck Walk Around Video

Eureka Springs, Enforcer™ 107’ Ascendant Quint 

Assistant Fire Chief, Nick Samac from the City of Eureka Springs Fire Department, AR walks through the features on their new 107’ Ascendant; which includes a custom EMS cabinet built in-between 6 seats inside the cab, a laser camera system for precise pad placement on the 2 outriggers, a passenger side camera system, Onspot tire chains, along with (1) 35’, (1) 24’, (2) 16’ extensions and attic ladders.