OSENBAUER COMMANDER CHASSIS

COMMANDER

4000

COMMANDER

3000

COMMANDER WARRIOR

STANDARD FEATURES

The Commander Cab is constructed of 3/16” 5052 aluminum sheet metal as well as a one piece A-Pillar to provide added strength to the aluminum extruded sub structure resulting in a safer cab.

 

3/16 Construction

Cab Entry and Egress

The cab steps are designed with wider step surfaces and provide a stairway design for comfortable entry and egress from the chassis.

 

A wider door design is utilized with 45” wide front doors and 41” rear doors, in addition to the 85 degree opening

 

 

The Commander is provided with a one-piece windshield for optimum visibility for the driver and officer. 

 

 

 

 

One Piece Windshield

The engine tunnel in the Commander Chassis is only 21” high, providing exceptional space to both the driver and officer while seated.

 

By moving the engine power train rearward and down, this allows for lowering of the cooling package without compromising ground clearance.

 

 

 

 

 

Lowest Engine Tunnel Available

The Commander Cab is completely isolated from exterior sound and heat intrusion by utilizing dampening pads and insulation between the extrusions.

 

As a result, the cab is extremely quiet reaching only mid 70s decibel ratings at a speed of 100km/h. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cab Insulation

The Commander crew cab floor is completely flat with no large hump in the middle, eliminating a trip/safety concern.

 

The floor is extended out to the doors below the rear facing seats to provide an area to rest the firefighters legs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flat Rear Crew Floor

Heavy Duty cab lift cylinders mounted in trunnion style brackets improves stability as well as allows for the cab to be tilted 45 degrees thereby allowing easy engine service when standing on the ground.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cab Tilt Design

The engine/power train is moved to a more rearward and down position on the Chassis frame assembly, allowing for an aerodynamic fan shroud design that increases airflow to the radiator

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Engine Cooling

 

The Commander comes standard with defroster vents below the windshield, ensuring a clear view for the driver and officer. 

 

Vents at the driver and officer feet locations ensures everyone rides comfortably at all times

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Defroster Vents and Floor Heat

COMMANDER CHASSIS OPTIONS

 

Cab Length

 

Cab Height

 

Door Handles

 

Black Die Cast

 

Chrome Door Handle

 

Headlights

 

Round

 

Square

 

Cab Step Surfaces

 

Grip Strut

 

Treadplate

 

Doors

 

Full Length Doors

 

Barrier Free

Doors

 

Front and Side Air Bags

 

Independent Front Air Suspension

 

Four Wheel Drive

 

Linex Interior Finish

 

Auxiliary Defroster Fans

 

Auxiliary Speakers

 

Smart Steering Wheel

 

Frame Finish

 

Galvanized

 

Job Colour

 

Painted

 

Exterior Compartments

 

Heated Windshield

 

MDT Mount

 

Interior Compartments

 

Weldon V-Mux System

COMMANDER 4000 

Commander 4000 Brochure

Commander 4000 Pictures

Standard Features

Composite Dash

Havis Dash Console

Overhead Heating and Air Conditioning

Headlights

3D Chrome Front Grill

Front Grill Fluid Checks

COMMANDER 3000 

Commander 3000 Pictures

Commander 3000 Brochure

Standard Features

Stamped Dash

Headlights

Tunnel Mounted Heating and Air Conditioning

Flat Grill

Batteries

WARRIOR 

Commander Warrior Pictures

Commander Warrior Brochure

54" or 70" Cab Length

Flat Roof or 8" Raised Roof

96" Wide Cab

Cummins ISL Engine

Tunnel Mounted

Heating and Air Conditioning

Headlights

Stamped Dash

 

Grill Overlay