During forest fires, firefighters often face the problem of having to lay hoses right up to the source of the fire. The water in the fire engine usually doesn't last long enough, and it is difficult for aircraft to drop fire retardant agents from the air accurately.
In the case of forest fires, our firefighting turbines have a central advantage because they reduce water consumption. The nozzles on the turbine atomize the water into fine water mist, which covers a more significant area using less water. The water mist also cools very effectively and can fight fires faster. By using water mist, the amount of water in the fire truck tank is able to fight the fire over a much bigger area.
The firefighting turbine can be mounted on a 4x4 fire truck for use in fighting forest fires. This means that firefighters can reach the source of the fire very quickly, even over rough terrain, and can hinder further outbreaks.
Our firefighting turbines can also work with fire retardant materials. Since the turbine has an angle of inclination of between -20 and +50° degrees, and can also rotate 360°, it is also possible to target the source of the fire more efficiently than from the air.