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Netherlands DAF 85 heavy rescue pumper
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No: 6856   Contributor: Frank van der Weerden   Year: 2005   Manufacturer: DAF   Country: The Netherlands
Netherlands DAF 85 heavy rescue pumper

BN-SN-01 DAF FFN85.380CF440/BTS-Plastisol-Godiva-HSP 2003
8000 litres a minute low pressure or 6000 litres a minute from open water/normal hydrants; hign pressure 300 litres a minute; submergable pump 3000 litres a minute, 1500 litres of water and 4000 liters of foam concentrate.
These are combines heavy/rescue pumpers aswell equiped with hazmat suits etc. The box on the roof stores the rope rescue gear, crew is 1 driver, 1 officer and 4 f/f
Picture added on 16 March 2008
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