Ever wonder how a CAFS system would go pumping up tyres? Check out the air lines from the new QFES Heavy Attack Tanker being used to do just that!
With CAFS capabilities, a fireproof deployable awning and the ability to run air-powered tools, this heavy CAFS tanker is certainly impressive!
Just have a look at this beast of an appliance. Custom designed by a team of people in the Waitakere community and Auckland Rural Fire, WAIT7711 is a force to be reckoned with! Packing a whole range of equipment and abilities, this would be an amazing asset to any fire district.
Brookfield Rural Fire Brigade took delivery of their brand spanking new appliance, Brookfield 51. Speaking with them they mentioned they are looking forward to testing this one offroad, because the last one “was unstoppable!” Good luck, stay safe!
Have a look over New Norfolk 3.2 CAFS Tanker from the Tasmanian Fire Service, thanks to Sam Maxwell.
Throw open the lockers on FRNSW 455’s Pump and HAZMAT tanker. Rutherford run the ‘special roster’ of a full time crew manning the pumper during business hours, then it is manned by retained staff overnight and on weekends. The HAZMAT Tanker is manned by retained staff all year round.