February 2008
Fire Chief;Feb2008, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p38
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The article presents the requirements of the U.S. Insurance Services Office (ISO) when rating fire departments in the U.S. that employ pumpers with aerials in their fire engines. The requirements include the designation of fire engine's duty as an engine and a ladder of platform, aerial device on the fire engine must have sufficient horizontal and vertical extension to reach the roof of any building on fire, and the presence of required engine company and ladder company equipment.


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