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  Yet more heavy firefighting and rescue vehicles delivered to the Estonian Fire Service 30.09.2020   Yet more heavy firefighting and rescue vehicles delivered to the Estonian Fire Service WISS has delivered five heavy firefighting vehicles on Scania P400 4x4 chassis to Estonia recently. The vehicles feature automatic transmission and one-unit, 4-door, 2+4 cab. The superstructure is made of aluminum and has 7 equipment lockers. The Estonian heavy fire truck has been equipped with a GRP water tank (2800 l) and a foam tank (280 l). The vehicle is also fitted with RUBERG AB truck-mounted pump with an output of 3000 l/min. at 10 bar and an automatic proportioner. Additionally, the vehicle has been equipped with a 2kW pneumatic telescopic light mast, a power generator, an electric winch with a 30m rope and hydraulic tools.     New medium firefighting and rescue vehicle for firefighters in the Netherlands 29.09.2020   New medium firefighting and rescue vehicle for firefighters in the Netherlands The Netherlands Fire Service will receive a new firefighting and rescue vehicle on DAF LF 290 4x2 chassis with automatic transmission. The four-door cab has seats for a driver and six crew members (1+1+5). A 7-locker superstructure is made of aluminum and polyester composite. The volume of a water tank is 2000 litres while Ruberg AB truck-mounted pump has a capacity of 3000 l/min at 10 bar and 460 l/min at 40 bar. The vehicle is also equipped with a fire hose reel, a telescopic, pneumatic light mast and a 7kV hydraulic generator.     Firefighting vehicles for Chile 24.08.2020   Firefighting vehicles for Chile It is the first time WISS company has delivered firefighting vehicles to South America. Three heavy firefighting and rescue vehicles were delivered to Chile in May 2020. Despite the COVID 19 pandemic they were transported by sea covering the distance of 9000 nautical miles from Poland to Chile. One of them reached the driest place of the world - the heart of the Atacama Desert.   The fire trucks feature the following parameters:   Chassis: SCANIA P 410 B4x2NZ with a 6-seat cab Engine power: 410 HP Superstructure: stainless steel, aluminum and composite elements Equipment lockers: 3+3+1 closed with shutters GRP water tank: 4000 litres Pump: Ruberg Euroline 4000 with an output of 4000 dm³/min. at 10 bar and 400 dm³/ min. at 40 bar Water monitor: TFT, output of 4000 l/min. Electric winch (Powerwinch) with a tow capacity of 8000 kg and a rope (30m).     Airport crash tender FELIX 4X4 for the airport in Gdansk 11.08.2020   Airport crash tender FELIX 4X4 for the airport in Gdansk At the beginning of the year 2020 a firefighting and rescue vehicle Felix 4x4 was ready for service at the airport in Gdansk. The vehicle was built on Felix T26-700 4x4 chassis featuring 700HP engine and automatic transmission. Two-door, one-unit crew cab has seats for four persons (1+1+1+1). The firefighting superstructure is made of aluminium and polyester composite and is composed of six equipment lockers. Felix 4x4 is equipped with a 6,000 litre capacity water tank, 720 litre capacity foam tank and 100 kg powder unit with a rapid intervention hose reel. It is also fitted with Ruberg AB truck-mounted pump with an output of 7000 l/min at 10 bar as well as a water-foam rapid intervention hose reel and a sprinkler system.     In the land of the Vikings 01.05.2018   The BAS-4 is a heavy rescue and firefighting vehicle of an urban class The Swedish Fire Service, similarly to the Polish one, has certain technical standards that define norms or requirements with regard to vehicles. We can distinguish several basic classes of rescue and fire-fighting vehicles - from BAS-1 to BAS-5. The standards describe, among others, work safety and ergonomics.     Heavy fire fighting and rescue vehicle 07.04.2018   New generation Scania already available for sale. The new generation Scania with CrewCab and WISS designed superstructure is already available in our offer. The front of the new cabin is equipped with LED lights which in combination with stylish embossings on the sides of the cabin and new composite design gives the impression of solidity and modernity.  
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