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The new TLF 3000/200 was delivered to the Fügen voluntary fire brigade at an official fire-fighters' party with a celebratory mass. The new emergency vehicle replaces a 34-year-old fire-extinguishing tanker and a 33-year-old small fire engine.

 

The Fügen voluntary fire brigade's new fire-extinguishing tanker is built on a Scania chassis P360 CB 4x4 HHZ with an original crew cab and high roof with a total weight of 18 t and a performance of 360 hp. The vehicle features all-wheel drive and a 6-gear automatic gear box.

 

TLF 3000/200

The driver and team cabin is designed for a crew of 1:8 and 3 EMPL EAGLE respiratory equipment holders are included. Made from fire-fighter aluminium sandwich panels, the structure features a 3,000 l water tank and a 200 l foam tank. At the rear end there is a high-pressure pump TO 3000 – FPN 10/3000 – 40/400 and two high-pressure, fast-access winches that are 60 m in length. The foam-adding system is a CTD Cameleon DUAL with a 30 l capacity (automatic dosage of 0.1% to 6%, 100 to 4,000 l/min water/foam mixture). The vehicle is controlled using the EMPL HIT CAN bus system. All lighting, including the 'function light' light tower and the rear warning system with text, is LED-based.

 

The vehicle was recently presented to a wide audience at this year's Feuerwehr Alpin trade show.

 

FEUERWEHR ALPIN

Fire-fighters and interested trade show guests were able to admire the innovative fire-extinguishing concepts and fire engines from Empl from 29-31 August at the Feuerwehr Alpin trade show in Innsbruck. 10 custom-made vehicles were presented to interested trade professionals in the indoor area and in the open air.

 

Empl would like to take this opportunity to say a warm thank you to all visitors and partners for the interesting discussions, the positive collaborations and for your trust!

 

EMPL: Where the extraordinary is the rule!