VANCOUVER FIRE DEPARTMENT SPECIFICATIONS FOR RESCUE VEHICLE

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VANCOUVER FIRE DEPARTMENT


SPECIFICATIONS FOR RESCUE VEHICLE



INTENT OF SPECIFICATIONS


It shall be the intent of these specifications to cover the furnishing and delivery of a
complete rescue vehicle equipped as hereinafter specified. These specificatio
ns cover
only the general requirements as to the type and construction and test to which the
apparatus shall conform, together with certain details as to finish and equipment with
which the successful bidder shall conform. Minor details of construction an
d materials,
which are not otherwise specified, are left to the discretion of the contractor, who shall be
solely responsible for the design and construction of all features. The vehicle proposed
by the bidder shall meet the requirements of the National F
ire Protection Association
(NFPA) as stated in the current applicable pamphlet
, all chapters except where amended
herein. Loose equipment shall be provided only as stated in the following pages.


A written proposal accompanied by a set of “Contractor’s Sp
ecifications” consisting of a
detailed description of the apparatus and equipment proposed and to which the finished
apparatus will conform shall be supplied by the contractor. These specifications shall
indicate size, type, model and make of all componen
ts and equipment. The contractor
shall also indicate the following dimension
s and capacities.




Apparatus Wheel Base____________________




Cab to Axle_____________________________



Overall Length___________________________



Overall Height_____________
______________



SAE Turning Radius______________________



Apparatus Weight________________________



Angle of Approach_______________________



Angle of Departure_______________________


QUALITY OF WORKMANSHIP


The design of the apparatus shall embody th
e latest approved automotive engineering
practices. The workmanship shall be of the highest quality in its respective field. Special
consideration shall be given to the following points: Accessibility of various units which
require periodic maintenance,

ease of operation and symmetrical proportions.


Construction shall be rugged and ample safety factors shall be provided to carry the
intended loads
. The apparatus construction shall meet the requirements outlined in the
National Truck Equipment Associati
on, Ambulance Manufacturers Division Standards
and Federal Specification KKK
-
A
-
1822E.


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DELIVERY


A qualified contractors representative shall deliver the apparatus and remain for a
sufficient length of time to instruct personnel in the proper operation, c
are and
maintenance of the equipment delivered.


DELIVERY DATE


The contractor must specify a delivery date from the time of receipt of a purchase order.


INFORMATION REQUIRED


The manufacturer shall supply at the time of delivery, complete operation and
m
aintenance manuals covering the completed apparatus as delivered. A permanent plate
shall be mounted in the driver’s compartment which specifies the quantity and type of
fluids required including engine oil, engine coolant, and transmission.


PERFORMANCE
TESTS AND REQUIREMENTS


The delivered apparatus shall comply with all applicable testing requirements as outlined
in the National Fire Protection Association, Federal KKK and AMD Standards.


FAILURE TO MEET TESTS


In the event the apparatus fails to meet t
he test requirements outlined in these
specifications on the first trial, second trials may be made at the option of the bidder
within 30 days of the date of the first trial. Such trials shall be final and conclusive and
failure to comply with these requi
rements shall be cause for rejection. Failure to comply
with changes to conform to any clause of the specifications, within 30 days after notice is
given to the bidder of such changes, shall also be cause for rejection of the apparatus.
Permission to kee
p or store the apparatus in any building owned or occupied by the
purchaser or its use by the purchaser during the above specified period with the
permission of the bidder shall not constitute acceptance.


LIABILITY


The successful bidder shall defend any
and all suits and assume liability for the use of
any patented process including any device or article forming a part of the apparatus
furnished.


EXCEPTIONS TO SPECIFICATIONS


All exceptions shall be stated no matter how seemingly minor. Any exceptions n
ot take
shall be assumed by the purchaser to be included in the proposal, regardless of the cost to

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the bidder. Exceptions requested by the vendor shall be written on a separate paper with
the following information supplied for each exception taken:





1
. Page number and paragraph of specification




2. Exact wording found in the city specification




3. Reason for taking the exception




4. Proposed change to specification


Exceptions shall be submitted in the same sequence as the specification for ea
ch of
evaluation.


Vendors taking total exception to the specification shall not be acceptable.


BLUEPRINT


A drawing (print) of the proposed apparatus shall be provided by the vendor and must be
approved by the fire department prior to construction of the

apparatus.

This drawing
shall indicate the location of lights, siren, horns, compartments and other major
components. The drawing shall also include the apparatus dimensions.


The fire department will not approve construction until all necessary changes

to the
drawing have been made.


WARRANTY


The apparatus shall be warranted to be free from defects in materials and workmanship
under normal use and service. The manufacturer shall supply a copy of the warranty or
warranties that they propose to provide.

In no case shall it be less than (1) one year on
the entire apparatus. The warranty period shall begin after the apparatus is accepted and
in
-
service.


All other warranties as outlined in these specifications shall be provided in writing as part
of the
vendor package. Failure to provide warranties as outlined throughout these
specifications shall be cause for rejection.


BID BOND


The vendor shall provide a bid bond in the amount of 5% of the proposed price. The bid
bond shall reference the warranty co
verage and terms of the face of the bond.


CHASSIS


The chassis shall be a Ford F
-
450, 4x2, with the Ambulance Prep Package, and a 3
year/36,000 mile “Bumper to Bumper” warranty. The chassis shall be provided by the
vendor
.



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WHEELBASE AND CAB TO AXLE


T
he chassis shall have a 165” wheelbase with dual rear wheels and an 84” cab to axle.


GROSS VEHICLE WEIGHT RATING


The chassis shall have a GVW rating of 15,000 pounds.


CURB WEIGHT


The curb weight of the chassis shall be approximately 10,500 pounds.


PAY
LOAD


The apparatus shall have a minimum payload of 4,500 pounds.


AXLE RATING


The axles shall be rated at 6,000 pounds on the front and 11,000 pounds on the rear.


ENGINE


The engine shall be a
6.0

liter turbo diesel with a 5 year/100,000 mile warranty.

The
engine shall include the external oil cooler, factory diesel package, and 1,000 watt engine
heater. The engine shall have a heavy
-
duty dry type air cleaner with flow restriction
indicator.


ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM


The cooling system shall be a heavy
-
d
uty, closed

air, free
-
liquid state type with coolant
recovery system. The cooling system shall be protected wit a 50/50 solution of
permanent type antifreeze

to
-
40 degrees F. The cooling system shall have corrosion
inhibitor added in the proper quantit
ies to meet the manufacturer’s recommendations.


TRANSMISSION


The transmission shall be a heavy
-
duty automatic with four (4) speeds forward and one
(1) reverse. The transmission shall include an external oil cooler located in the chassis
grill area.


REA
R DIFFERENTIAL


The rear differential shall have a ratio of 4.30, limited slip, wide track rear axle.


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SHOCK ABSORBERS


The shock absorbers shall be heavy
-
duty OEM both front and rear.


SPRING CAPACITY


There shall be a combined spring capacity of approxi
mately 6,000 pounds at the front and
11,000 pounds at the rear.


STEERING


The steering shall be power assisted with a tilt steering wheel.


STABILIZER BAR


The vehicle shall be provided with an OEM front and rear stabilizer bar.


BRAKES


The brakes shall
be heavy
-
duty power assisted front and rear disc wit
h a

four
-
wheel anti
-
lock

brake system. The front brakes shall be 14.53” diameter and the rear shall be 15.55”
diameter.


EXHAUST SYSTEM


The vehicle shall be equipped with an exhaust system in accordan
ce with Federal Motor
Carrier Safety Regulations, part 393.83. the exhaust shall be suspended using three (3)
hangers, excluding the manifold attachment. The exhaust system shall discharge at the
right rear side of the module. The tailpipe outlet shall
not terminate within six (6) inches
of the vertical axis of the fuel tank filler opening.


TIRES AND WHEELS


The tires and wheels shall be OEM supplied 225/70R
-
19.5 all season belted radials on 6.0
inch rims. A total of seven (7) shall be supplied. The s
pare tire and wheel shall be
shipped loose.



GAUGES AND METERS


The chassis shall include a tachometer, trip odometer, transmission temperature, oil
pressure, coolant temperature, fuel gauge and indicator lights in addition to the
speedometer.


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BATTERY

SYSTEM


The batteries shall consist of dual 850 CCA OEM batteries located in the engine
compartment.


ALTERNATOR AND REGULATOR


The alternators shall be dual 115 amp OEM supplied.


CLIMATE CONTROL SYSTEM


The system shall be the chassis manufacturers OEM
system, heavy
-
duty, fresh
-
air, high
capacity heater/defroster and dehumidifying air conditioning system.


HORNS


The horns shall consist of OEM
supplied dual pitch electric horns.


CAB SEATS


The seats shall be high
-
back captain’s chairs wit combination la
p and shoulder harness.
The seats are to be cloth covered, have retractable arm on the inside and a side door
armrest. The seats shall be OEM.


FUEL CAPACITY


A single fuel tank shall be supplied with a total capacity of not less than 40 gallons.


WINDOW
S


All chassis windows shall be tinted safety glass.


WINDSHIELD WIPERS


The wipers shall be electric with interval speed control and washer system.


REAR VIEW MIRRORS


The mirrors shall include one (1) interior day/night rear view mirror and two (2) black
,
below eye level, manually telescoping trailer tow exterior mirrors with power glass, and
two
-
way fold. The upper portion of the mirror shall be 7” wide x 8.25” high. The lower
portion shall be convex and be 6.5” wide x 2” high.


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TRIM AND ACCESSORY ITE
MS


The chassis shall be the “XLT”
level. The interior shall include dual air bags, padded sun
visors, dash, door pockets, dual adjustable dome lights, reduced sound package, carpeted
floors, molded cloth headliner, cup holders, auxiliary power point, int
erior hood release
and red door reflectors. The exterior shall have a chrome front bumper, two (2) front tow
hooks, single beam jewel effect headlamps, roof clearance lights, and under hood service
light. The cab doors shall have power windows and electr
ic door locks. Cruise control
shall also be included. A hidden door open button shall be installed in the grill area to
facilitate opening of the apparatus should a door inadvertently be locked with the keys
inside.


AUTO THROTTLE


An OEM installed auto
throttle system shall be installed which will automatically adjust
for changes in electrical load and automatically disengage when the brake is applied or
the vehicle is placed in gear.


RADIO AND SPEAKERS


The unit shall have an OEM installed AM/FM stereo

radio with digital clock and
speakers installed.


CHASSIS COLOR


The exterior cab color shall be Sikkens FLNA 3035, dark red. A color sample is required
by the fire department prior to painting the apparatus. The interior color shall be dark
gray.


DOOR
STEPS


The door steps shall be covered with heavy molded color coordinated scuff pads.



THE FOLLOWING CHASSIS MODIFICATIONS SHALL BE MADE BY THE
APPARATUS MANUFACTURER


SIMULATORS


Stainless steel wheel simulators shall be installed on all outer wheels.
Provisions shall be
made to allow user to easily check and
/or

add air as necessary.

Valve stem extenders are
acceptable.


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EXHAUST HEAT SHIELDS


Exhaust heat shields
shall be formed from 18 ga. Galvanized steel sheets with stamped
reinforcements and forme
d edges. Access openings shall be provided for shock absorber
mounting bolts etc. Heat shields shall be bolted to the chassis frame and extend from the
back of the cab to the frame cross member behind the rear axle.


RUNNING BOARDS WITH SPLASH GUARDS


Ru
nning boards shall be installed on both sides of the vehicle. The shall be made of
.125” polished aluminum diamond plate. The running boards shall be flared to the front
corner of the module. The splashguards shall be welded to the forward end of the
ru
nning boards. The entire assembly shall be securely mounted with stainless steel .25”
-
20 truss head bolts. The assembly shall be ruggedly constructed and be able to support
the weight of the driver or passenger without deforming.


RUBBER MUD FLAPS


Mud f
laps shall be installed behind each set of rear wheels.


AIR SUSPENSION


Air suspension shall be provided and installed. The system shall be a Granning Air Ride
System, with
the
“air dump”

feature. The system shall activate when the rear streetside
patie
nt compartment entrance door opens. An override switch in the driver’s console
shall be provided.


MODULE
TO CHASSIS
MOUNTING SYSTEM


MODULE MOUNTING SYSTEM


The module shall be bolted to the chassis frame in twelve (12) locations. Each mounting
location

shall include a hard rubber isolation pad between the chassis frame and the
module lateral frame. Eight (8) .75” grade 5 bolts shall extend through the lateral and
sides of the frame member and bolt to the web of the chassis frame with .75” grade 5
bolts
. The four (4) rearmost bolts shall be .625”. All bolts shall be secured with locking
nuts.


CAB TO MODULE ATTACHMENT


The module shall be attached to the cab with a flexible watertight boot to allow cab
-
body flex as designed by the chassis manufacturer.

The chassis back shall be modified
and reinforced with a welded steel framework. The rear window openings on each side
of the module access shall be covered with 18 ga. Steel

and painted to match the body.



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MODULAR CONSTRUCTION


All material utilized sh
all be of the correct type, alloy, and thickness to withstand the
intended usage and provide protection against cracking, corrosion, or metal fatigue. All
materials utilized shall be of open stock origin, commonly available through local sources
for rapid

and economical repair of modification of the body. Any use of proprietary parts
or material in the construction of the body is unacceptable due to potential delays or
difficulties in future repair or service.

Where brand, make, or model of equipment ha
s been specified, no exceptions shall be
taken. Where compartment and cabinet sizes have been specified the vendor must
substantially (plus or minus 1”) build the compartment to the size specified. The module
shall have a transferable lifetime structural

warranty.


MATERIAL


Extrusions




Size




Alloy


Structural Tubing


1” x 2” x .125” sq.


6063
-
T52

Structural Tubing


2” x 2” x .125” sq.


6063
-
T52

Cross Members


3” x 3” x .375”


6061
-
T6

Cross Members


1.5” x 3”
x .25



6061
-
T6


Formed Sheeting



Size




Alloy


Skin/Roof/Compartments

Subfloors/Doors



.125”



5052
-
H32

Interior Cabinets



.090”



5052
-
H32

Diamond Plate




.125”/.08”


3003
-
H32

Stainless Steel




16ga., 20ga.


304 # 4B


MODULE DIMENSIONS


Overall Vehicle Dimensions:


Length
:

22’

0”


(264”)

W
idth
:


7’ 10”


(94”)

Height
:


8

11.125


(
107.125
”)


Exterior Module Dimensions: (minimums)


Length:

12’ 3”


(147”)

Width:


7’ 10”


(94”)

Height:


7’ 4.375

(88.375”)


Interior Module Dimensions: (minimums)



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Length:

Forward Wall to Rear Doors


139”

Width:


Left Wall to Right Wall


89”

Floor Width:

Left Cabinets to Squad Bench


50”

Height:


Floor to Ceiling



72”

Load Height:

Ground to Floor Height


33”


STRUCTURAL FRAMING


Side wall and rear wall construction shall consist of 2” x 2” x .125” aluminum squar
e
tubing extensions welded together with a maximum of 14” centers. 1” x 2” x .125”
aluminum tubing may be utilized in addition to the 2” x 2” tubing to accommodate
custom compartment sizes. The bottom of the wall structure shall be sealed with welded
2”
x 2” tube, 2” x 2” angle or .125” plate depending on location. Wall structure shall be
capped with a 2” x 2” x .125” header upon which the 2” x 2” x .125” roof structure is
welded. This process provides a unitized roll cage structure for greater occupant

safety.
The front wall structure shall be constructed of minimum of 1.25” x 3.875” x .125”
formed aluminum channel to allow ample space for wiring raceways, heater/AC hoses,
and cold air return duct.


FOUNDATION SYSTEM


The foundation shall consist of a
.125” aluminum sheet subfloor with foundation
members securely welded under the subfloor. Members shall consist of six (6) 3” x 3” x
.375” structural angles, with two (2) .250” x 1.5” aluminum members running lengthwise
between the structural angles.


MOD
ULE SEAMS


All body and compartment seams at or below the floor level shall be full seam welded.
The entire perimeter of the subfloor shall be completely sealed with a caulking material,
creating a watertight, dust
-
free module environment.


EXTERIOR SKIN


In addition to welding the exterior skin to structural framing, a Norton very high bond
system shall be utilized full length on all wall and roof frame members. A polyurethane
adhesive sealant shall be applied to the edges of structural tubing at the ext
erior wall
surfaces.


MODULE ROOF


In order to improve module

strength and reduce roof seams the following roof system
shall be utilized. The roof shall be seamed in the center, have a 1.5” radius at the corners,
and provide a weatherproof overlap of the
aluminum side sheets 5.25” below the roofline.
The roof shall be supported by positive contact between sidewall framing and roof
framing. All seams on the roof surface shall be full seam welded on the outside and

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caulked on the inside. The module roof e
dges, front and rear, shall be constructed to
allow mounting of recessed light bars. This roof design shall have been tested to meet
AMD standards and a detailed exploded drawing of the roof structure shall be provided.
In order to avoid the possibility
of paint and/or weld cracking, no extrusions shall be used
in the exterior construction of the roof or corners of the vehicle.


MODULE EXTERIOR COMPARTMENTS


All compartments are constructed from formed .125” aluminum and are securely welded
to the subfloo
r and structural framing. A baffled drain hole shall be provided in all
exterior compartment bottoms that extend below the floor line. All exterior adjustable
shelves shall be mounted on heavy
-
duty aluminum unistrut track
, which is securely
welded to com
partment interiors. Each shelf shall support at least 300 lbs. of equipment.


COMPARTMENT DIMENSIONS


Compartment #1


Interior Dimension:

15.5” wide x 65” high x 19” deep
, lower and 12” deep in the upper

Door Dimension:

15.5” wide x 65” high

Location:


Streetside, forward

Shelving:


None

Door:



Single


Additional:


A 110VAC power box shall be installed in the forward wall,
recessed so as not to protrude into the compartment. The upper portion of the
compartment shall have two (2) horizontal strips of u
nistrut for installation of SCBA
brackets. Hard wire for future of 12V DC flashlight.


Compartment #2


Interior Dimension:

32” wide x 35” high x 19” deep

Door Dimension:

32” wide x 35” high

Location:


Streetside, forward of wheel well

Shelving:


One (1) a
djustable

Door:



Single


Additional:


One (1) 110V AC outlet shall be installed in the compartment.
There shall be a close out in the bottom right rear corner to allow for chassis leaf spring
movement.


Compartment #3


Interior Dimension:

15.5 wide x 65”

high x 19” deep
, lower and 12” deep in the upper

Door Dimension:

15.5” wide x 65” high

Location:


Streetside, rear


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Door:



Single


Additional:


The upper portion of the compartment shall have two horizontal
strips of unistrut for installation of SCBA bra
ckets. Hardwire for future installation of
12V DC flashlight.


Compartment #4


Interior Dimension:

18” wide x 77” high x 19” deep

Doorway Dimension:

18” wide x 77” high

Location:


Curbside, rear

Shelving:


None

Door:



Single


Additional:


This compartmen
t shall have three (3) straps setup for storage of
an “M” or “H” size cylinder. Two (2) backboard restraining straps shall be installed on
the aft wall. A formed stainless steel gasket cover shall be installed so that backboards
do not cut gasket materia
l.


Compartment #5


Interior Dimensions:

18” wide x 17.375” high x 19” deep

Doorway Dimension:

18” wide x 17.375 high

Location:



Curbside, aft of wheel well

Shelving:


None

Door:



Single


Additional:


There shall be a close out in the bottom right rear c
orner to allow
for chassis leaf spring movement.


Compartment #6


Interior Dimensions:

25.5” wide x 52.5” high x 32” deep

Doorway Dimension:

25.5” wide x 52.5 high

Location:


Curbside, forward

Shelving:


Two (2) adjustable shelves, with 1” lip down on exte
rior side

Door:



Single


Additional:


this compartment shall provide inside/outside access and have a
full width stainless steel threshold on the floor level shelf. The below
-
floor portion of
this compartment shall be for battery storage, with a rollout
tray capable of holding two
(2) Interstate 31
-
ECL 700 CCA, 875 CA batteries. The area shall be vented to the
outside and sealed to prevent battery vapors from entering the patient area.


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MODULE DOORS


The doors shall be box pan formed with a total thickn
ess of 2”.


DOOR HINGES


Each doorframe will have a .875” flange for the installation of an air cell hollow core,
360
-
degree compression seal. This seal creates a watertight, dust
-
free compartment. The
door seal shall be knock
-
on type.


DOOR LATCHES


Sha
ll be flush mounted, stainless steel, Verch paddle type slam latches with rotary latch
striker posts, which meet FMVSS 206 requirements. The striker shall be adjustable and
shall be secured with a nut from behind the doorframe. The striker washer will no
t be
removed. Cold rolled, threaded .162” steel rods shall be used to activate dual rotary
latches. Once final adjustments to latches are made, threads are to have Locktite or
equivalent applied. All double door compartments shall have an exterior stain
less steel
paddle handle and rotary latches on each door, eliminating latch interference with
adjustable shelves. Door will latch to doorframe mounted striker posts only and not to
one another. All entrance doors shall have interior handles with dual poi
nt, rod actuated,
rotary latch systems, which are lockable inside and out. All compartment and module
access doors shall be keyed for #510CH keys.


COMPARTMENT DOOR CONTROL


A heavy
-
duty, double spring door control capable of holding the door open at
appr
oximately a 90
-
degree angle on any road surface shall be installed at the top of each
compartment door.


CURBSIDE DOOR CONTROL


The curbside door control shall be a heavy
-
duty, double spring door check installed at the
top of the door. This door check wil
l hold the door open at approximately a 90
-
degree
angle on any road

surface.



REAR DOOR CONTROL


Shall be Cast Products “grabber” type hold
-
open devices with replaceable rubber catches.


COMPARTMENT DOOR SKINS


The door skins shall be .
80
” bright aluminum

diamond plate
or machine swirled
and be
removable to service door hardware. Reflectors shall be added to the bottom outboard
corner of each door.


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ENTRANCE DOORWAYS


One (1) curbside and two (2) rear module entrance doors shall be provided. The curbside

doorway dimensions shall be 28” W x 69.75” H. The rear doorway dimensions shall be
49.75 W x 66” H.


THRESHOLDS


All compartment and module access doorframes shall have full width formed stainless
steel threshold plates to protect the lower edge of the f
rame.


MODULE INTERIOR COMPARTMENTS


The interior compartments shall be formed of .090” aluminum and shall be securely
welded or mounted to the structural framing. All interior adjustable shelves shall be
mounted on 1” wide aluminum Unistrut
track.


CABIN
ET #1


Dimensions:

37.75”W x 13.75”H x
7.0
”D

Location:

Streetside, upper forward

Shelving:

One (1) adjustable

Door(s):

Sliding, clear .177” acrylic with felt lined anodized aluminum track and
full extruded aluminum door pulls.


CABINET #2


Dimensions:

37.7
5”W x 13.75”H x 14.75”D

Location:

Streetside, upper center

Shelving:

One (1) adjustable

Door(s):

Sliding, clear .177” acrylic with felt lined anodized aluminum track and
full extruded aluminum door pulls.


CABINET #3


Dimensions:

34”W x 13.75”H x 14.75”D

L
ocation:

Streetside, upper rear

Shelving:

One (1) adjustable

Door(s):

Sliding, clear .177” acrylic with felt lined anodized aluminum track and
full extruded aluminum door pulls.


CABINET #4


Dimensions:

50”W x 16”H x 19”D (fore),
7.0
”D (aft)

Location:

Stre
etside, center rear


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Shelving:

One (1) adjustable

Door(s):

Sliding, clear .177” acrylic with felt lined anodized aluminum track and
full extruded aluminum door pulls.

Additional Instructions: Adjustable shelf shall be notched to accommodate the change in
d
epth.


CABINET #6


Dimensions:

20” W x 15.5”H x 19”D

Location:

Streetside, aft of CPR seat

Additional
Instructions:

Open storage


CABINET #7 CPR Seat with Storage


Dimensions:

Bench: 24”W x 18.75”H x 19”D

Storage: 24”W x 8.125”H x 19”D

Location:

Streetsi
de

Door(s):

A lid,
with a 1.5” overhand, shall provide access to the storage area and
have an automatic hold
-
open device, paddle latch, and 3” high
-
density foam padding
covered with heavy duty vinyl utilizing nonbeaded edges.

Additional Instructions: Ther
e shall be a 20”W x 14.875”H open storage area at the aft
end of the bench. The CPR seat back pad shall have 1” high
-
density foam padding
covered with heavy
-
duty vinyl utilizing nonbeaded edges. One (1) set of seatbelts shall
be installed on the seat. T
he CPR seat base shall be formed from aluminum and securely
anchored to the sub
-
floor. The bottom and unfinished sides of the storage area shall be
lined with indoor/outdoor carpet.


CABINET #8

Action Area


Dimensions:

39”W x 31.75”H

Location:

Streetside

Additional Instructions: The action area shall contain an attendant control panel, vacuum
connection, suction collector, oxygen outlet, thermostat, blower switch
,

12VDC outlet
,
and 110VAC outlet. The entire action wall area shall be lighted utilizing a T
hin
-
Lite
Model #612 light with 12VDC dual 11” fluorescent bulbs. A full depth counter top shall
be located below the action wall. The counter top shall be one
-
piece 16 gauge, 304
stainless steel with a .5” aluminum retaining lip. A sharps and waste cont
ainer shall be
located at the aft end of the counter accessible through a flip up lid.


CABINET #9


Dimensions:

10” x 40.75”H x 18”D

Location:

Center forward, behind the attendant seat.

Shelving:

One (1) adjustable

Door(s):

A polycarbonate, hinged door and

a SoCo twist lock.

Additional Instructions: This cabinet shall be supplied with access to the power
component panel.


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CABINET #10

Attendant Seat Cabinet


Dimensions:

29”W x 12.25”H x 18”D

Location:

Center forward

Additional Instructions: This cabinet sh
all be open to the aisle side.


CABINET #11


Dimensions:

29.875”W x 10”H x 9”D

Location:

Curbside, upper rear

Door(s):

Sliding, clear .177” acrylic with felt lined anodized aluminum track and
full extruded aluminum door pulls.


CABINET #13

Squad Bench with

Storage


Dimensions: Bench: 62.5”W x 18.75”H x 19.5”D Storage: 62.5”W x 8.125”H x 19.5”D

Location:

Curbside

Door(s):

A lid, with a 1.5” overhang, shall provide access to the storage area and
have an automatic hold
-
open device, paddle latch, and 3” high
-
density foam padding
covered with heavy duty vinyl utilizing nonbeaded edges.

Additional Instructions: An oxygen outlet shall be mounted on the wall over the aft
portion of the bench. The squad bench back and/or head pads shall have 1” high density
foam
padding covered with heavy duty vinyl utilizing nonbeaded edges. Three (3) sets of
seatbelts shall be installed on the bench and set up for use with sit
-
up or stretcher sub
-
floor. The bottom and unfinished sides of the storage area shall be lined with
in
door/outdoor carpet. The wall over the back pad and at the aft of the squad bench shall
be covered with white
-
board.


CABINET #14


Dimensions:

32”W x 16”H x 27.875”D

Location:

Front, right, upper

Additional Instructions: The cabinet shall house the AC/he
ating unit.


CABINET #15


Dimensions:

31.75W x 9.625”H x 27.875”D

Location:

Front, right, center

Door(s):

Sliding, clear .177” acrylic with felt lined anodized track and full extruded
aluminum door pulls.

Additional Instructions: An IV warmer shall be ins
talled in the right side of the cabinet.


CABINET #16

Drawers


Dimensions:

31.75”W x 38”H x 27.875”D


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Location:

Front, right, center under cabinet #15

Additional Instructions: Two (2) 13”W x 5”H x 19”D metal drawers. Each drawer shall
operate on 18” slide
s rated at 300 lbs. per set and have a gas shock hold open/close
device to ensure drawers to no accidentally open or close during the operation of the
vehicle. Drawers

shall be formed of 16 ga. Steel welded construction with an automotive
gray enamel fini
sh, and formed structural supports on the sides and front of drawers.
Each drawer shall have machine stamped divider supports along the side for at least four
(4) dividers per drawer with four (4) adjustable dividers provided with each drawer.


CABINET #1
7


Dimensions:

31.75”W x 38”H x 27.875”D

Location:

Front, right, lower

Shelving:

Two (2) adjustable

Additional Instructions: The lower portion shall provide inside/outside access and have
one (1) 110VAC outlet and one (1) 12VDC outlet installed on the bac
k wall. A ribbed
mat shall be secured with anchors to prevent slipping when kits are removed.


CABINET #18

Electrical Compartment


Dimensions:

35”W x 13”H x 10”D

Location:

Front, center, above pass
-
thru area

Door(s):

An aluminum, hinged, swing up door wit
h a hold
-
open device, a rotating
lock, and an automatic compartment light shall be installed.

Additional Instructions: This cabinet shall house the electrical component module.


SIDE DOORSTEP


A recessed curbside doorstep shall be provided which is 9.5”D
x 28”W. There shall be a
drain hole and an open grate step plate, which is removable for cleaning purposes. A
polished aluminum diamond kick plate panel shall be installed on the sides and face of
the doorstep.


CAB TO MODULE PASSAGE


There shall be a wa
lk
-
through measuring 17.25”W x 37”H.


COATINGS AND FINISHES


MODULE FINISH PREPARATION


The module shall be seam sealed and all imperfections on aluminum surfaces of the
module shall be sanded smooth. The entire

exterior shall be mechanically etched and
wa
shed with wax and grease remover to ensure proper primer and paint adhesion.


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MODULE PRIMER


The module shall be primed with epoxy primer prior to applying the finish coat of acrylic
urethane paint.


PAINT TYPE


The paint shall be BSAF “UNO” acrylic ureth
ane.


COLOR SCHEME


The base color shall match Sikkens #3035 Dark Red.


CHASSIS COLOR


The chassis shall match Sikkens #3035 Dark Red.



COMPARTMENT FINISH


All compartments shall be machine swirled
or diamond plate
with NO PAINT on the
interior of the com
partments or the inside of the compartment doors.


INTERIOR CABINETRY FINISH


All interior cabinetry shall be sanded, etched, washed, primed, and painted light gray
(#13245).


MODULE UPHOLSTERY


The interior upholstery

shall be gray in color.

The actual ma
terial shall be approved by
the fire department prior to installation.


MODULE FLOORING MATERIAL


The flooring shall be Glacier (color #16001) Assurance Slip
-
Resistant Sheet flooring
providing durability, ease of maintenance and stain resistance. It shall

contain a high
concentration of

aluminum oxide particles suspended throughout the entire wear surface
for slip
-
retardent performance over .750” solid core, 7
-
ply, industrial grade plywood.
The flooring shall have an overall thickness of .080” nominal and

be manufactured in
accordance with ASTM F1303
-
97 Type II, Grade 1 standards. Flooring shall meet
ASTM D2047 Slip Resistant, ASTM F970 Static Load, E662 and E648 Fire Data Tests.
It shall be seamless and cove up the sidewalls a minimum of 5” as a seal.




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COMPARTMENT LINING


The compartment floors shall be lined with light gray Mate’flex material and all shelves
with easy sweep mat.


CABINET LINING



The interior cabinet shelves shall be lined with easy sweep mats, which are removable for

ease of cleaning
.


SURFACES AND FINISHES


All surfaces and finishes shall be impervious to soap, disinfectants, and water, to permit
washing and sanitizing.


AUTOMOTIVE UNDERCOATING SEAL


The entire chassis and module underbody (excluding drive shafts, wheels, exhaust
sys
tem, and lubrication fittings, per manufacturer’s specifications) shall be sprayed with
undercoating for reduced corrosion and added sound deadening.


MODULE EXTERIOR


STEP/BUMPER


The step/bumper shall be of welded construction of 3” x 3” x .375” aluminum

angle and
2” x .25” plate and shall be covered with .125” bright aluminum diamond plate. The
center section, below the doors, shall have a plasma cut open flow design to prevent
accumulation of water and show and provide a 7” step. The outermost 12” of
each end
shall be angled to prevent dragging of corners in high angle of approach/departure areas.
Diamond plate shall be formed on front and rear edges for channel type strength and a
formed .090” aluminum close out shall be welded to the underside of th
e step/bumper.
The bumper shall be bolted directly to the chassis frame using high strength Grade 5
bolts. The bumper shall be easily removable and replaceable in case of damage. The
step/bumper shall be designed to accommodate a one person cot.


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RUB R
AILS


The rub rails shall be bright finished extruded aluminum of a double channel design and
.125” wall thickness for maximum strength. The rub rails shall be 2.5” high x .75” wide
and run along the lower edge of the body, interrupted only by wheel well
openings.


FENDER RINGS


Fender rings shall be installed on the module. They shall be bright polished aluminum
with a rounded outer edge following the full contour of the wheel well opening.


DRIP RAIL


The drip rail shall be extruded, anodized aluminum r
unning full length of module at the
top of the sides and rear and over each exterior compartment. The drip rails shall be
installed with stainless steel screws and be detachable for easy replacement.


ROCK GUARDS


The rock shall be made of bright aluminum

diamond plate shall cover the front module
corners 24” up from the bottom of the body, 2.5” down the side of the body, and 15”
across the front of the body.


REAR STEP GUARD


The rear step guard shall be made of bright aluminum diamond plate and shall ext
end
from the top of the rear step to the bottom of the rear doors, full width formed around
corners, ad 2.5” forward on each side.


FUEL FILL(s)


The fuel fill(s) shall be on the street side of the module. Each location (if more than one
is necessary) sha
ll have a polished cast aluminum fill well and be properly vented. All
fuel filler hose shall be protected with a .125” aluminum protection plate. The fuel fills
shall be installed in accordance with the body builder and chassis builder

s
recommendations
. Operators must be able to “fuel” the vehicle on level ground without
fuel “burp” while rapidly filling.


MODULE WINDOWS


The module windows shall have black anodized aluminum frames, rubber gaskets, and be
attached with screws for ease of replacement.
All module windows shall be dark tinted.
The side door window shall be 18.75” x 18.75” with sliding glass, a positive catch, and a
screen. The rear door windows shall be 18.75” x 18.75” fixed glass to prevent exhaust
from entering the module.


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MODULE INT
ERIOR


All interior hangers, supports, fasteners, latches and hinges shall be of near flush type
design when not in use. The patient compartment shall be free of sharp projections.
Exposed edges and corners shall be broken with a radius, chamfer, or

Cove
red with aluminum trim, plastic molding or rubber edging.


UPPER WALL COVERING


The upper wall covering shall be covered with light gray heavy grade .125” ABS vinyl.
All panels shall be attached with a Norton very high bond system.


HEADLINER


The headl
iner shall be a one
-
piece fiberglass reinforced .080” “Glasboard ” with textured
white surface.



MODULE ACCESS OPENING BUMPERS


The module access opening bumpers shall be located over all module access openings
and shall be made with 1” high
-
density foam
covered with heavy
-
duty vinyl matching
upholstery.


LOWER WALL COVERING


The squad bench sides and lower portion of the streetside wall shall be nonporous, color
-
coordinated material.


GRAB RAIL


Two (2) 75” long x 1.25” diameter stainless steel grab rails

with three (3) support
brackets and shall be securely mounted to roof structural framing over the cot.


ACCESS DOOR GRAB RAILS


Each module access door shall have a 1.25” stainless steel grab handle. The rear doors
shall have “L” style handles, which may

also be used as entry assist rails. The side door
shall have a 12” horizontal bar.


PLASMA HANGERS


Two (2) retractable dual plasma hangers with stabilizers shall be near lush mounted in the
ceiling over the primary cot.


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COT MOUNT


A Stryker Model 6370

center mount cot fastener shall be installed. A side mount

cot
fastener shall also be installed.


ATTENDANT SEAT


A rear facing high
-
back bucket seat, upholstered with heavy grade vinyl, shall be located
at the head of the cot position and provide easy a
ccess to all action wall controls and
outlets and to the patient. The seat shall be securely anchored to an aluminum storage
cabinet. The seat shall have provisions to secure a child safety seat if necessary.


OXYGEN SYSTEM


The entire oxygen system shal
l be assembled with certified Oxygen hose (1000 PSI burst
strength) with brass fittings, pressure tested, and certified. Ohio type outlets shall be
installed in the following locations: one (1) in the action area, one (1) in the ceiling
above the primary

patient area, and one (1) in the curbside wall above the squad bench.
A 50
-
PSI regulator and one (1) oxygen tank wrench shall be included.


SUCTION PUMP


The unit shall have an electric pump as the source of suction. Control shall be on the
attendant pa
nel. The suction pump shall be vented to the outside of the vehicle under the
module body.


SUCTION COLLECTOR


A Rico Model RS4X
-
100 B suction collector with a disposable canist
er shall be installed
in the action area.


SEATBELTS


The seatbelts shall be D
OT certified and shall be installed with all passenger seating.
Three (3) sets shall be installed on the squad bench and set up for use with sit
-
up or
stretcher patients. The attendant seat and the CPR seat shall each have a single seat belt.


INSULATION


The module sides, ends, roof, and doors shall be insulated to enhance the interior
environment and to prevent heat, cold and external noise from entering the module. The
thickness shall depend on the location and available space. In addition, a Norton
VHB
system shall be utilized on side walls and roof to provide a thermal and noise break
between the outside skin and structural members.



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MODULE CLIMATE CONTROL SYSTEM


The module climate control system shall incorporate a heating/air conditioning unit wi
th
42,000 BTU heating and 36,000 BTU cooling capacity. The unit shall have a 750 CFM
fan and have controls independent of the cab system. The module system shall be
controllable by a thermostat located on the action area wall.


EXTERNAL AIR INTAKE


To su
pplement heated or cooled air with fresh air, an external air intake shall be provided
on the side of the module. The intake shall consist of six (6) stamped louvers above the
side passage door. The interior chamber of the intake shall be made of aluminu
m and
formed to prevent the collection of moisture.





Designed into the front right bulkhead wall shall be an air return, which runs from the
floor level to the heater A/C unit. The air return vent shall have formed louvers.


EXHAUST VENT


A motor
-
power
ed exhaust vent shall be located in the curbside rear corner of the module.


NO SMOKING/FASTEN SEAT BELT SIGNS


Two (2) “No Smoking/Fasten Seat Belt” signs shall be installed, one (1) each for the
driver area and the module.


WHITE MARKER BOARD


White mark
er boards shall be installed on the wall over the squad bench and on the wall
at the end of the squad bench to the rear doors. A 16” x 16” white board shall be
mounted on the aisle side of the right front stack. An additional white board shall be
install
ed on the wall behind the CPR seat.


SHARPS/HAZARDOUS WASTE CONTAINERS


One (1) sharps and one (1) hazardous waste container shall be provided and installed in
the action area counter.


OXYGEN WINDOW


An oxygen window shall be clear, 6” x 10”, acrylic wind
ow. The window shall be
mounted with self
-
closing hinges.


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ELECTRICAL


All added body and chassis electrical equipment shall be served by circuits separate and
distinct from the vehicle chassis circuits. All vehicle wiring shall be copper and conform
to

all SAE J1128 requirements. The wiring shall be colored, numbered and function
coded every 3” for permanent identification and correspond with the vehicle schematics.
S
olderless, insulated connectors shall be used. Wiring panduit shall be used in power

component module to ensure air circulation throughout power component wiring. The
wiring shall be routed in conduit or looms and wiring shall be secured to the underbody
or frame and insulated metal cable straps. All power distribution cabling shall be
covered
with a protective split loom. Where wiring passes over exhaust, a heat shield shall be
installed. Wiring an electrical components shall not be equipped with positive locking
plugs to provide easy disconnect for remount or repair of the body. All

wiring devices,
switches, outlets, etc., except circuit breakers, shall be rated to carry 125% of the
maximum ampere load for which the circuit is protected.


OVERLOAD PROTECTION DEVICES


The body electrical wiring shall utilize overload protective device
s of the automatic reset,
circuit breaker type. In addition, one (1) single pole, 20
-
amp circuit breaker shall be
provided for future use. The circuit breakers, relays, and other electrical items shall be
located in the enclosed power component module.


VOLTMETER


A voltmeter shall be installed.


AMMETER


A 300
-
amp analog ammeter
shall be installed , located in the drivers console.


IGNITION CONTROL


The chassis electrical circuits will be controlled by the ignition switch as provided by the
OEM chassis m
anufacturer. The auxiliary chassis related functions shall be powered by
one (1) 100
-
amp continuous duty solenoid (rear heater/air conditioner, siren, spotlight,
etc.)


MODULE POWER


Module power shall be controlled by a console
-
mounted switch, which acti
vates one (1)
100
-
amp continuous duty solenoid located in the power component module.


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WIRING ACCESS


All cabinets at ceiling level shall have shall have removable backs, which are screwed, in
place for access to harness. Stack cabinets shall have remova
ble panels for wiring and
hose access.


BACK
-
UP ALARM


A back
-
up alarm shall be installed and have a momentary disable switch in the driver’s
console. If disabled while in reverse, the back
-
up alarm shall automatically reset when
shifted out of reverse.


SERVICE LOOP


A 6” service loop of wire or harness shall be provided at all electrical components,
terminals, and connection points.


DRIVER’S CONSOLE


The driver’s console shall be manufactured from formed aluminum. The installed
console shall include th
e following switches:


Module Disconnect

Opticom

Emergency Master

Left Scene

Light Bar
-
Red

Right Scene

Light Bar
-
White

Blank

Flasher

Blank

Flashing Headlights

Blank

Strobes

Blank

Blank

Blank

Blank

Back
-
up Disable


Other items to be installed in the console

are:


Voltmeter

Combined Door/Compartment Open Warning Light

Siren Head


SWITCHES


Switches shall be the lighted rocker type and be permanently marked by function. One
(1) spare switch shall be provided.


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MAP LIGHT


A map light with a 19” flexible neck
shall be mounted in the cab area.


DOOR AJAR WARNING LIGHT


A red flashing warning light on the driver’s console shall be provided to warn the driver
of an open passenger access door(s) or open exterior compartment door(s).


ATTENDANT CONTROL PANEL


The at
tendant control panel shall be located in the action area. The panel shall include
one (1) row of switches, as follows:


1. Dome Hi/Lo

4. Vent

2. Dome Hi/Lo

5. Fluorescent

3. Aspirator

6. Blank


A separate climate fan switch and thermostat shall be
located adjacent to the attendant
control panel.


ACTION WALL AREA LIGHTING


The entire action area shall be lighted utilizing a Thin
-
Lite Model 612 light with 12 VDC
dual 11” fluorescent bulbs.


STEP LIGHTS


The side access doorstep well shall have a ligh
t installed.


MODULE INTERIOR LIGHTING


The module interior lighting shall be designed to keep vehicle height to a minimum
without interfering with the structural integrity of the roof. The lighting shall consist of
eight (8) dual intensity recessed light
s


one (1) bank of four (4) lights shall be positioned
toward the streetside and one (1) bank of four (4) lights toward the curbside


and two (2)
fluorescent lights recessed in the ceiling toward the streetside. There shall be a Hi/Lo/Off
switch for eac
h bank of lights and an On/Off switch for the fluorescent lights. All
switches shall be automatically activated when the rear or side doors are opened.


BASIC EXTERIOR LIGHTING


The exterior lighting shall include headlights, parking lights, directional s
ignal lights, tail
and stop lights, and clearance lights as required by FMVSS 108. Rear stop, turn, side

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marker and back
-
up lights shall be “Truck
-
Lite” sealed units. Red and amber module
clearance lights shall also be “Truck
-
Lite” sealed lights.


COMMUN
ICATION EQUIPMENT POWER SOURCE


An appropriate 12 VDC power point shall be installed in the console area to allow ease of
installation of an 800 Mhz radio, and 800 Mhz VRM and a laptop computer. These items
shall be installed by the fire department. The
exact location and type of power point shall
be discussed at the pre
-
construction conference.


ANNTENNA MOUNTS AND CABLES


Two (2) NMO universal antenna mounts with KUDPL25 cables shall be installed on the
module. The antenna base access shall be through
the dome light openings and the cables
shall terminate at the driver’s console. The exact location of the antennas and cable
routing shall be discussed at the pre
-
construction conference.


BLOCK HEATER


A thermostatically controlled block heater shall be
installed. The unit shall be wired to
the 110VAC shorepower system and be circuit protected.


110 VAC/SHORELINE CIRCUIT BOX


The shoreline shall be installed with an ignition cut out that will prevent the vehicle from
starting if the shoreline is plugged
in.

Utility power shall be furnished with 110 VAC shorepower via a 15 amp plug located on
the driver’s side of the vehicle and distributed via a formed .125” aluminum power box
recessed into the streetside front compartment. The power box shall be flush

mounted so
as to maximize the compartment space. The box shall have an easily removable cover.
The box shall contain three (3) 110 VAC power (outlets, IV warmer, etc.), GFI protected
the block heater and battery charger.

Two (2) breakers shall be instal
led, one for protection of the shoreline itself, the other for
protection of the block heater receptacle.

Four (4) 110 VAC duplex grounded outlets shall be mounted, one (1) in the action area,
one (1) in cabinet 17, one behind the driver’s seat, and one in

compartment 2.


BATTERY GROUNDS


In addition to the OEM grounds, the following ground circuits shall be added: 4 ga.
Ground cable from the module power component panel to the frame, two (2) braided
ground straps from the module body to the chassis to red
uce RF interference.


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BATTERY CHARGER


A 30
-
amp battery charger/conditioner shall be provided and wired to the shoreline. The
charger shall have totally filtered output voltage, locked at a maximum 14 volts. The
charger shall be designed for long term c
harger and converter operation without damage
to batteries.


BATTERY MODIFICATIONS


In addition to the two (2) OEM batteries, there shall be two (2) Interstate 31
-
ECL 700
CCA, 875 CA and 190 minutes each of reserve capacity. The two (2) additional batteri
es
shall be located in the curbside front exterior compartment. The OEM and module
batteries shall be interconnected to provide maximum cold cranking amps and reserve
capacity at all times.


12 VOLT RECEPTACLES


Two (2) 12 volt, 20 amp cigar type receptac
les shall be provided one (1) in the curbside
front inside/outside compartment and one (1) in the action area. Receptacles shall be
powered continuously.


COMPARTMENT LIGHTING


A 3” dome light shall be installed in all outside compartments and shall be ac
tivated by a
door switch.


EXTERIOR DOOR SWITCHES


Exterior door switches shall be C
o
le Hersee Model 9299, ½” door switches. All door
switch terminals shall have heatshrink installed.


EMERGENCY WARNING SYSTEMS


FRONT LIGHT BAR


The front light bar shall
be a Whelen 9806W Edge Plus 94” lightbar, with internal strobe
power supply. The pattern from curbside to streetside shall be as follows: Red Strobe,
Clear

Strobe,
Red

Strobe, Opticom 9592,
Red

Strobe,
Clear

Strobe, Red Strobe.

The light bar shall be rec
ess mounted with the horizontal plane of the module roof, and
protrude no more than ½” beyond the vertical plane of the front and sides of the module.
The clearance lights shall be an integral part of the light bar.

The Opticom shall be wired through the
neutral safety switch.


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REAR LIGHTBAR


The rear light bar shall be a Whelen 9804W Edge Plus 94” light bar, with internal strobe
power supply. The pattern from the curbside to the streetside shall be as follows: Red
Strobe, 17 Degree Angled Scenelight, A
mber Strobe, LED Brake light, Amber Strobe, 17
Degree Angled Scenelight, Red Strobe.

The rear doors shall activate the rear scene lights. The light bar shall be recess mounted
with the horizontal plane of the roof, and protrude no more than ½” beyond the
vertical
plane of the rear and sides of the module. The clearance lights shall be an integral part of
the light bar.


FLASHERS


Four (4) fixed Red strobes shall be mounted two (2) on each side of the module in the
upper corners. The lights shall be Whele
n 901000RU.

Two (2) fixed Amber strobes shall be mounted on the rear of the vehicle at window
height. The lights shall be Whelen 901000AR.


SCENE LIGHTS


Four (4) parabolic scene lights, mounted two (2) on each side of module shall be
installed. The scen
e lights shall be flush mounted and have internal optics to deflect the
light down at 13 degree angles. The lights shall be Whelen model 90K000YU Opti
-
Scene lights. The side door shall activate the curbside scene lights.


SPOTLIGHTS


A 300,000cp Questar
roof mounted spotlight, shall be installed in the center of the cab
roof.


INTERSECTION LIGHTS


Four (4) intersection lights shall be installed, one (1) on each fender and one (1) above
each fender wheel well. These lights shall be Whelen 702000RU with
7E
FLANGE red
strobe intersection lights.


HEADLIGHT FLASHER UNIT


The headlight flasher unit shall be a Whelen SSF 2150A headlight flasher unit.


GRILLE LIGHTS


There shall be two (2) Whelen 702000RU Red strobe lights with 7EFLANGE installed in
the grille.



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SIREN


The siren shall be a
Whelen, minimum
100 watt siren. The unit shall include provision
for PA.


SIREN SPEAKER


The two (2) siren speakers shall be mounted under the front bumper. Each speaker shall
have a 100 watt driver.


SEQUENTIAL SWITCHING SYST
EM


There shall be a Kussmaul sequential switching system installed to control emergency
lighting.


HALOGEN FLASHER CONTROL


A 50 amp per terminal Vanner 1250 GPC flasher shall be provided to control the halogen
flashers.


SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION


The fol
lowing shall be provided with the vehicle:


Chassis owner information packet.

Extra set of keys.

Lifetime module warranty.

Factory warranty on chassis.

7 year/75,000 mile limited electrical warranty.

2 year/30,000 mile conversion warranty.

5 year paint war
ranty.

Module remount engineering checklist.

Climate control information and warranty.

Main schematic.

Electrical equipment amperage ratings.

Wire coding list.

Schematics for the standard system(s) (as built)


Driver’s switch console

Attendant switch conso
le

Climate control system

Dual battery system

Module harness routing

Interior and exterior lights


Operations manual.


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Schematics for individual options.

Warranty and parts list for light bar, etc.