The FRNSW Hytrans system has been copping a workout lately – here it is at work pumping out a hotel and college swimming pool.
That is certainly an interesting idea. We’re not sure what would be faster – the rolling of the hose or the submitting of the injury reports!
Manning 3 appliances, FRNSW 472 has a lot of responsibility! Aerial Pumper (AP472), a Mercedes Benz class 2 (P472) and a CAFS Water Tanker (T472) are all stationed at 472, who are classed as a secondary rescue station, along with being trained in using the new HyTrans bulk water system.
Utlising the new Bulk Water Transfer (HyTrans) at a recent large scale structure fire in Sydney, FRNSW was able to lay down a supply line covering quite the distance. Have a look at these photos!
The Bulk Water Transfer System (hytrans) used to pump out Sydney carpark.
Sydney played host to one of the largest fires this year. The SUEZ Chullora Resource Recovery Park on Muir Road in Chullora went to a 12th alarm and drew appliances from all over Sydney. This included the newly instated “Bulk Water Transfer System”. We’ve collected the best photos from fire stations and photographers alike.