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Landrover  L4P         2005
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No: 21250   Contributor: Morgan Chapman   Year: 2005   Manufacturer: Land Rover   Country: United Kingdom
Landrover L4P 2005

Photo taken by me at Wareham fire station open day.
This L4T was in service with Cornwall and is now owned by a local private fire serice KERV they now own the ex Hampshire DS behind that was recent then bought by Flight Refueling as a works fire appliance.
Picture added on 02 January 2010 at 10:37
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Another neat Front-Mount Pump - thanks.

Regards, from Canada,
Pat_R-B

Added by Pat Rivers-Bowerman on 03 January 2010.
Does anyone know the Pump rating and tank capacity of this appliance?

Added by Bill Edwards on 25 September 2013.
The compact front-mounted Coventry Climax pump installed on this Land Rover was rated at 500 IGPM @ 100 PSI - 2275 LPM @ 7 AT.

It was fitted to many Land-Rover and Austin Gipsy light pumpers, mainly used by industrial and factory fire brigades, but also by some county and city fire services.

The Land-Rover's gross vehicle weight restricted its water tank capacity to no more than 175 IG on the two-axle variant, but most had tanks around 100 IG to enable them to carry other additional equipment and personnel. As this example has a four door body, it would probably have a tank around 70 to 100 IG (320 to 450 liters). Some had no tanks, as they were designed for use on industrial sites, which had virtually instant access to hydrant supplies.

Added by Rob Johnson on 26 September 2013.
Pat Rivers-Bowerman
Sorry guys, does anyone know what has happened to our dearly loved friend Pat, I've not seen any post from him in a couple of years.

Added by Pav on 27 September 2013.
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