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MAY 2020

May 2021 Fire Truck of the Month

Waupaca Area Fire District - Waupaca, WI

Impel® PUC™ Pumper

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Specifications

Body
Pumper
Chassis

Impel®

Engine
Cummins L9
Horse Power
450 hp
Pump

Pierce PUC

Pump GPM
1500 gpm
Tank
Water / Foam
Tank Size
1,000 gallons
Foam System
Husky™ 3

Proprietary Options

Foam Systems
Electrical
Pump

Fire Department

Waupaca Area Fire District

The Waupaca Area Fire District was founded in 1871 and is celebrating their 150th anniversary in May of 2021. The department used to consist of two departments, but in the early 1900's, both a city and rural department came together to form one district. The area the district serves is a seasonal vacation area where their call types range from structure fires and traffic accidents to EMS assistance and ice water rescue. 

Population: 14,000 (24,000-26,000 seasonal) 
Coverage: 146 sq mi
Firefighters: 32
Stations: 1
Terrain: City, Rural, Tight Roads, Hilly

Waupaca Area Fire District's Impel Pumper is May 2021's Featured Fire Truck of the Month

 

From The Chief

Chief of Waupaca Area Fie District in Front of Their New Impel PUC Pumper Fire Truck

Chief Jerry Deuman

"It's always nice to work with people who are willing to do what it takes to make the customer happy. We wanted a rear suction inlet, but the ladder storage configuration made it a challenge. The engineers at Pierce worked tirelessly to design the truck around our request. Our pumper will serve our urban and rural runs well with easy maneuverability and compartments that can hold a huge cache of supplies."

The Dealer

Sales Representative for Waupaca Fire Department's New Impel Custom Chassis Fire Truck PUC Pumper

Fire Apparatus & Equipment  

Leslie Niles is the sales representative from Fire Apparatus & Equipment that worked directly with the Waupaca Area Fire District on their Impel PUC Pumper. FAE is a full line sales and service distributor of fire apparatus and equipment for the middle and northern parts of Wisconsin as well as Michigan's Upper Peninsula.