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AEC Mandator Foam Tender
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No: 20439   Contributor: Petros   Year: 1975   Manufacturer: AEC   Country: United Kingdom
AEC Mandator Foam Tender

Taken at InterFire 1975 Olympia this went to the Shell terminal on the Isle of Anglesey (Ynys Mon) North Wales.
Picture added on 08 November 2009 at 08:02
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And I live on Anglesey and never seen her. For those who don't know, the terminal on Anglesey closed many years ago the Tank Farm at Rhos Goch was levelled, and the land was considered as a possible location for a new power station due in part to it been alongside a railway line. As far as I know the pipe from Amlwch to Stanlow is still there.
Andrew.

Added by Andrew Wright on 03 January 2010.
Great Lakes formerly Associated Octel has gone too.

Added by Andrew Middleton on 10 July 2010.
hi have you a rear view and top view of this vehicle, iam trying to make a model of this .thanks

Added by Craig Hall on 09 May 2011.
Craig sadly not I am afraid

Added by Peter Williams on 10 May 2011.
see picture #28336 for this appliance just after it left service. It was registered JJC 867P.

Added by Peter Williams on 03 June 2011.
By the way is this the only fire appliance ever built on an AEC Mandator chassis?

Added by Peter Williams on 08 June 2011.
A similar vehicle was built for Shellhaven on an AEC Mandator chassis before this one.

Added by Roger Mason on 09 June 2011.
Can anyone confirm the engine spec of this vehicle.As DVLA's records stand it seems to have been fitted the contradiction of a Mercury type engine spec.Rather than the more expected 760.Or maybe even the outside chance that it might have been fitted with an 801 V8.While the former spec would seem to defeat the object of a specialist Mandator chassis order when a Mercury would have been the logical order.

Added by Geoff on 16 May 2017.
This truck had the AV760 engine, a Mercury wouldn't have had enough power to drive the pump.

Added by Roger Mason on 17 May 2017.
Thanks for confirming that Roger.From memory think there were some more of these chassis parked up on the dem ground unused ? when I was working there for a while and I'd made the wrong assumption that they'd be V8's.Probably all the better with the 760.

Added by Geoff on 18 May 2017.
Hello Geoff I run the test ground for chubb fire vehicle's the chassis were parked their before going to the work's in feltham we built five mandator type vehicle's yes roger was right we need the to power to run the big pump 1500gpm...



Added by Martin Spiller on 19 May 2017.
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