DG88C1 ascending platform fire truck integrates high-altitude rescue, fire-fighting, and emergency rescue. It integrates high-altitude fire-fighting, rescue, and rescue functions. It has high technical safety, good maneuverability, large safe operation range, firefighting, and obstacle-crossing rescue capabilities. And strong comprehensive rescue capabilities, it is necessary equipment for large and medium-sized cities to ensure the safety of high-level residents and reduce disaster losses.
The DG88C1 ascending platform fire truck adopts an imported Volvo FM540/10×4 chassis that meets the national V emission standards, with a rated power of 397kW. The fire protection system is equipped with a PSP1600 fire pump from Dali Company and a PLKD80-7250EXM electronically controlled fire monitor from Elke. ; The upper car adopts the first-level five-section telescopic boom, the second-level three-section telescopic boom and the one fly boom folding structure.
●VOLVO FM540 10x4 chassis
●Platform Max Lifting 88M
●Horizontal Reach 25M
●Pump Capacity 6000LPM
●Nozzle Shooting 70M
1. The large-span combined boom technology can realize large-span operations and has a strong ability to overcome obstacles. The boom adopts a combined boom form of 5 sections of telescopic main boom + 3 sections of telescopic boom + 1 fly boom.
2. The vehicle has good mobility and superior passing performance. The driving length of the vehicle is ≤16m, and the driving height is ≤4m, which is the lowest in the domestic product of the same level, which greatly improves the passing performance of the product.
3. Powerful rescue capabilities. The maximum working range is 25m under 400kg rated load.
4. The fire protection system has perfect functions and outstanding performance. The fire-fighting system has a flow rate of 40L/s, and is equipped with an American powerful ring pump automatic foam mixing system, which is suitable for class B foam liquid.
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