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Rear view of N817 CAJ
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No: 22544   Contributor: Paul Warnock   Year: 2010   Manufacturer: E-One   Country: United Kingdom
Rear view of N817 CAJ

Rear view of the E-One pumping appliance, note the monitor on the deck of the body and the stabilisers under the body.
Picture added on 09 March 2010 at 19:18
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hi paul, the stabilisers are to stop the machine turning on to its side when pumping at full output so im led to believe

Added by Ian Mc on 09 March 2010.
If i'm right this appliance has been stationed in Norway before. The monitor is good for 41,5 cubic meters per minute so the stabilisers are needed.

Added by Ola on 09 March 2010.
Hi Ian. Thanks for that, I thought thats what they are for. Paul.

Added by Paul Warnock on 09 March 2010.
hi Ola , I think you are right about the Norway connection

Added by Ian Mc on 10 March 2010.
Hello Ola, just curious, but how many lpm does 41.5 meters translate to?



Added by David L on 11 March 2010.
Have my answer on my lpm question. So, if I have it right, 41,500lpm, or 10,921gpm. No wonder it needs stabilizers. So, then, what is the pumping capacity of this vehicle?

Added by David L on 14 March 2010.
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