When maximum maneuverability is crucial, the Ascendant 107' Heavy-Duty Tiller Aerial Ladder excels at getting you to the scene quicker. TAK-4 Independent Suspension comes standard on both the front tractor axle and the rear trailer axle for a smoother ride, better handling and impressive cramp angle.
Up to 1,500 gpm
750 lb dry / 500 lb wet
107' Vertical / 100' Horizontal
|Custom Chassis||Arrow XT™, Enforcer™, Quantum®, Velocity®||Patents||Issued|
|Rear Axle||Single or tandem||Stabilizer Spread||17'|
|Stabilizers||1 set of H-style||Structural Ladder Warranty||20-yr|
|Flow Capacity||Up to 1,500 gpm||Hosebed Capacity||Up to 1,000' of 5"|
|Ladder Complement||Up to 250' (depending on configuration)||Ladder Reach||107' Vertical / 100' Horizontal|
|Operating Range||-10° to 77°||Payload Capacity||750 lb dry / 500 lb wet|
|Pump Range||Waterous, Hale, Darley Midship, PTO||Tank||Up to 300 gallons|
|Wind & Ice Ratings||Up to 50 mph winds & 1/4" of ice|
TAK-4® Independent Front Suspension
Up to 60⁰ jack-knife angle
The Ascendant 107’ tractor drawn aerial configuration improves set-up capabilities by increasing the allowable jack-knife angle to 60 degrees.
Greater reach & operational capability
The Ascendant Tiller provides fire departments with 107’ of vertical reach and 100’ of horizontal reach.
4,000 lb vehicle weight reduction
The overall vehicle weight of this configuration has been reduced by 4,000 pounds - giving fire departments more flexibility with their configurations – whether it be lighter axle ratings, increased water capacity or more storage options.
Heavy-duty high-strength 100K psi steel construction
The Ascendant ladder is not a new ladder structural design at all; it’s simply an optimized design structure.
Departments can store up to 500 cubic feet of equipment.
- Heavy-duty high strength steel
- Innovative gusset design
- Replaceable egress
- Clean tip design
- Store front blitz feature standard
- Below grade operation (-10⁰)
- 100 lb additional equipment allowance at tip
- Smoother and quicker deployment speeds