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TM-5-4210-220-12 Truck Firefighting: Powered Pumper: Foam and Water 500-GPM Capacity; Centrifugal Pump Power Takeoff Driven Manual
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Figure 1-5 Rear Body Components
TM 5-4210-220-12 1-9.  LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS.  - Continued b. Cab and Body.  - Continued (6) The fire wall dividing the cab also forms part of the engine compartment.  The left and right sides of this compartment have large removable panels to provide service access.  The top of the compartment is provided with an engine air intake opening.  The pump body encloses the fire pump, piping, and control valves for the firefighting system. To access this equipment, the front face of the body is provided with a large removable panel and the side faces with smaller access doors.  A control panel for structural firefighting is located at the top front of the body.  Refer to Chapter 2 for operating details of the control levers and indicators.  The lower front part of the pump body consists of two steps on each side and a catwalk across the truck.  The steps and catwalk provide access to the rear crew seats and the structural control panel.  The steps and catwalk are clad with non-skid aluminum sheeting. (7) The rear engine compartment panel is provided with vent holes.  During winter operation, warm air from the engine, vented through these holes, keeps the catwalk free of ice. (8) Draft, hydrant, and water discharge ports are located on both the left and right side of the pump body, (see fig. 1-4).  The top of the body contains two cross-lay hose beds.  These beds are equipped with vertical and horizontal aluminum hose rollers at both ends to ease hose play-out from either side of the truck.  The beds accommodate 1-1/2 inch fire hose.  The beds are identified as BED #1 (front bed) and BED #2 (aft bed).  A hinged step is attached to each side of the body to provide access to these hose beds. Figure 1-4 Cab and Pump Body Components (Continued) (9) The   hose   body   houses   the   water   and   foam   tanks   and   contains   storage   compartments   for   auxiliary equipment, (see fig. 1-5).  The body structure, is made of aluminum. (10) Two  large  storage  compartments  are  provided  on  the  upper  left  hand  side  of  the  rear  body.    These compartments  are  equipped  with  top  hinged  doors  and  collapsible  gas  cylinders  to  support  the  doors  in  the  fully  open position.  All other doors are fitted with spring-type hatch holders. 1-5

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