Oshkosh Hosts Firefighters for Final Inspection of Striker ARFF 6×6

Recently, Oshkosh Airport Products had the pleasure of hosting a crew of firefighters from North Okaloosa Fire District located in Crestview, FL for a final inspection of their Striker ARFF 6×6 sold through Ten-8 Fire and Safety!

Oshkosh Striker ARFF 6x6


The Oshkosh Striker ARFF 6×6 features:

  • OSHKOSH® POWER DIVIDER – An Oshkosh designed and manufactured component to meet NFPA 414 Pump and Roll Requirements. The Oshkosh Power Divider allows you to engage the water pump at any time and at any speed.
  • SNOZZLE® HRET – The Oshkosh Snozzle High Reach Extendable Turret is available in 50 ft (15.2 m) and 65 ft (19.8 m) configurations to allow outstanding reach for your emergency ARFF response. The piercing tip length is designed to reach cargo containers from any angle.
  • OSHKOSH K-FACTOR™ Alignment System – The Oshkosh K-Factor system rapidly displays the position of the Snozzle piercing tip to the fuselage, eliminating depth perception issues to maximize precision.
  • CROSSLAYS – With the optional twin crosslays on the Striker vehicle, you can have up to 600 ft (183 m) of 1¾” (45 mm) hose at your disposal – accessible from either side of the vehicle.
  • BRONZE PUMP – Long ago, you asked for a corrosion resistant pump body. In response, Oshkosh made it available on the Striker vehicle. That tradition of excellence will continue to forward on the Striker ARFF.
  • ELECTRONIC FOAM PROPORTIONING – With our pressure governed system, the water pump knows what is required to meet your fire suppression needs and runs the engine just enough to meet those needs. This allows your vehicle to use less fuel – reducing overall wear and tear – yet still perform as only a Striker ARFF vehicle can.
  • ADVANCED FIRE SUPRESSION TECHNOLOGIES – Firefighters face new challenges every day. The Striker vehicle is designed to be ready for the latest technologies still under development, including ultra high-pressure water, compressed air foam systems (CAFS), and clean agent delivery systems.

The crew reviewed their truck and performed a road and pump test with Oshkosh Airport Products team members to ensure the truck met their requirements.

We would like to thank North Okaloosa Fire District for their business and we look forward to supporting them putting the truck in service!

This article was originally published by Oshkosh.

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