Here's the specs:
1,000 gallon puedo-baffeled tank
6.5 hp 75PSI pump
GPM - can't remember off hand, but it was enough
Currently outfitted with 2" fire-fighting hose
Plans for a hose reel and 1" line
Pump is plumbed with a suction and pressure manifold system. With current valving, it can source either from the tank or an outside suction line (self-priming, max lift appr 20'). Can reverse to pressure fill tank from outside suction line, or by-pass tank altogether and be used as a transfer pump.
The hard line that terminates on top of the tank is designed for filling from a potable system (fire hydrant) with the air break to prevent back flow contamination.
Tandem 7K axles with four point electric brakes
8" channel frame and cross members
If you have ever worked on trailer electrical systems you will appreciate this part - All of the electrics are sealed from the environment. All connections are either in junction boxes or soldered, treated with anti-corrosion grease, and then shrink-wrapped. (I have this personal thing about any form of quick connect in an exposed electrical system....it's just a place for corrosion to set in a destroy the system).
Full compliment of LED lighting and "DOT" tape
Oh and before the "red and black" comments start, I'll go ahead and nip them. The arrangement with my business partner was that he paid for all of the materials and I did the work. The only thing he really requested was to go with the whole fire truck image and paint it red, besides, the pump was red and black to start with.