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LIGHT CLASS FIRE-RESCUE VEHICLES

Vehicles with a maximum gross vehicle mass /GVM/ up to 7500 kg, with drive 4×4 or 4×2, engine power up to 120 HP / 88 kW, water tank capacity up to 1000 dm³ and foam tank capacity up to 100 dm³.

MEDIUM CLASS FIRE-RESCUE VEHICLES

Vehicles with a maximum gross vehicle mass /GVM/ up to 16000 kg and engine power from 250 to 300 HP / 184-221 kW. In these vehicles it is possible to mount a water tank with a capacity of up to 3500 dm³ and a form tank of up to 350 dm³.

HEAVY CLASS FIRE-RESCUE VEHICLES

Vehicles with a maximum gross vehicle mass /GVM/ 16000 kg and engine power above 300 HP / 221 kW, with a water tank of 5000 dm³ or 7000 dm³ (and more) and a foam tank of 500 dm³ or 700 dm³ accordingly (or bigger).

SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLES

Vehicles intended for operations requiring special adaptation of the bodywork for the transport of people or specialized equipment such as: hydraulic crane, information and communication technologies (ICT) equipment, etc.

CONTAINERS

Containers are the mobile bases of specialized firefighting equipment used in emergency situations where immediate supply of a large amount of particular equipment is necessary.

AIRPORT VEHICLES

Airport vehicles are manufactured with high technical parameters requirements in accordance with ICAO international law. These vehicles are divided into rapid intervention vehicles / RIVs / with acceleration from 0 to 80 km / h within 25 seconds and heavy class fire-rescue vehicles with a minimum water tank of 4500 dm³.