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Brandweer Amersfoort GINAF Watertender
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No: 7205   Contributor: Marcel Sloover   Year: 2007   Manufacturer: Ginaf   Country: The Netherlands
Brandweer Amersfoort GINAF Watertender

A 1988 Ginaf F181DHTD825 watertender from the Fire brigade Amersfoort The Netherlands. The bodywork is from Doeschot-Rosenbauer.
Pumpcapacity : 3000 l/m low pressure, 250 l/m high pressure. Watertank : 3000 litres.
This unit is now used for training and is also a reserve vehicle.
The unit was replaced by a Scania, see picture #7206
Picture added on 02 April 2008
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