Новый аэродромный пожарный автомобиль KRONENBURG CT010 (4x4)

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Цена:
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Марка KRONENBURG
Модель CT010 (4x4)
Тип аэродромный пожарный автомобиль
Год выпуска 2016
Пробег 100 км
Наработка 10 м/ч
Количество мест 1+3
Полная масса 41887 кг
Место расположения Голландия Wanroij
Дата размещения 21 Ноя 2017
Autoline ID UU13849
Описание
Модель Kronenburg
Габаритные размеры 28.8 м × 8.2 м × 9.5 м
Кузов
Запасное колесо
Цистерна
Компрессор
Двигатель
Марка Caterpillar C-13
Тип рядный
Мощность 520 л.с. (382 кВт)
Топливо дизель
Турбо
Интеркуллер
Количество цилиндров 6
Евро III
Кпп
Тип автомат
Количество передач 6
Оси
Количество осей 2
Колесная формула 4x4
Колесная база 18.795 мм
Передняя ось
Размер резины Michelin XZL 385/85R20
Остаток резины 100 %
Тормоза дисковые
Задняя ось
Размер резины Michelin XZL 385/85R20
Остаток резины 100 %
Тормоза дисковые
Тормоза
ABS
Моторный тормоз
Кабина
Гидроусилитель руля
Автономный обогреватель
Кондиционер
Климат-контроль
Подогрев зеркал
Электрорегулировка зеркал
Дополнительные фары
Противотуманные фары
Дополнительная комплектация
Блокировка дифференциала
Топливный бак 52 л
Резервуар для воды 1 л
Состояние
Состояние новый
Описание
Цвет желтый
Реклама
Дополнительная информация: английский
For sale Kronenburg CT010 (4x4) ARFF Vehicle, this unit was manufactured for various exhibitions, this unit is brand new, unregistered.
This unit is located in the Kronenburg manufacturing facility (Netherlands) and is available for inspection, factory acceptance testing prior to shipment.

Please see below, the full specification.

INTRODUCTION

This specification is a two axle, all wheel-drive crashtender chassis with a capacity of maximum 19 tones Gross Vehicle Weight. The chassis-cabin superstruc-ture is specially designed for modern firefighting service operations on major international airports. This specification is based on the requirements of N.F.P.A. 414 2012 and I.C.A.O. Doc 9137-AN/898 Part 1 1990 and will meet or exceed the man-datory automotive and firefighting performance requirements for a major foam ten-der.

The chassis is fitted with a high performance rear mounted engine to ensure excel-lent acceleration, a top speed of approximately 115 km/h, good cross country and braking performance when operating within a temperature range of -25º to +50ºC and relative humidity up to 100% at +35ºC.

Vehicle stability is enhanced by the use of coil spring wheel suspension with a wheel travel of 185 mm in and 185 mm out, mounted on a chassis to optimize the height of the center of gravity.

The design of the chassis, cabin, and superstructure tank assembly will provide a low centre of gravity ensuring very good vehicular stability.

The design of the cab will provide a high level of crew protection, comfortable work-ing environment, excellent visibility and ease of operation for the crew member’s .The low noise level in the cab will be achieved by good insulation of the cabin and the rear engine configuration.

Large volume lockers are provided within the vehicle superstructure modules for the stowage or fire fighting and rescue equipment.


Our objective is to manufacture our ARFF vehicles allowing ease of maintenance, safety and simplicity of operation while meeting or exceeding the performance pa-rameter of regulatory authorities.

1.0 VEHICLE DATA
Wheel Base: 4.774 mm
Front overhang: 2.150 mm
Rear overhang: 1.878 mm
Vehicle width (excluding mirrors) : 2.500 mm
Vehicle height (with stowed roof monitor): approx. 2.884 mm
Vehicle height (with vertical deployed monitor): approx. 3.475 mm
Vehicle length : 8.800 mm
Ground clearance under lockers lowest point : approx. 450 mm
Angle of approach: 30º
Angle of departure: 30º
Turning radius (diameter): approx. 25.000 mm
Acceleration 0-80 km/h : within 25 s
Maximum speed : >115 km/h
Static tilt angle : 30º
Grad-ability : 50%
Braking distance 32 – 0 km/h within : approx. 10 mtr
Braking distance 64 – 0 km/h within : approx. 35 mtr
Wading depth: 600 mm
Laden weigh: approx. 19.000 kg

2.0 CHASSIS SPECIFICATION
2.1 General

The chassis consist of two (2) channels fastened together by cross members and provided with supports prepared to mount all vehicle components and assuring a correct water tank mounting. This specification is based on the Caterpillar C-13 range of turbocharged diesel engine.

2.2 Engine

Manufacturer: Caterpillar
Model: C-13
Bore x Stroke: 130 x 157 mm
Displacement: 12.5 ltr
Compression ratio: 17.3:1
Weight, Net Dry with standard equipment: approx. 939 kg
Rated power: 388 kW (520 BHP)
Rated torque (peak) at 1200 rpm: 2089 Nm
Maximum engine rating: 2100 rpm
Cooling: gear-driven
Lubrication : gear-driven
Emission certification: EURO IIIA

2.3 Pump drive

The pump is driven by the vehicle engine through an integrated power divider, which permits operation of the pump and simultaneous operation of the apparatus. The pump shall not be affected by changes in transmission
ratios or the actuation of clutches in the vehicle drive, except in so far as these changes or actuation's may effect engine damage to the drive or
lurching of the vehicle when the vehicle drive is engaged while pumping operations are in process. The pump drive system is capable of
absorbing the maximum torque delivered by the engine to the pump and withstand engagements of the pump at all engine speeds, in all gears and
under all operating conditions. The can control the speed of the vehicle and manoeuvre forward and backwards while discharging fire-fighting agents at maximum rate of capacity without a reduction of pump operating pressures.

2.4 Automatic Transmission / Power Divider

Max. Gross Input Power: 700 HP
Max. Gross Input Torque: 1950 Lb.Ft.
Input speed (Range): 2300 rpm
Shift Calibrations: 6 speed
Direct Gear Ratio: 1.05 : 1
Overdrive Ratio: 0.72 : 1

2.5 Front drive steer axle

Manufacturer: Axle-tech
Load capacity (technical): 10.433 kg

2.6 Rear drive axle

Manufacturer: Axle-tech
Load capacity (technical): 10.433 kg

2.7 Variable rate coil spring suspension

Front : Coil Spring
Rear : Coil Spring
Wheel travel : +185 / -185 mm

Each axle is equipped with a variable rate coil spring suspension. The variable rate coil spring suspension system is designed to provide maximum ride comfort and enhanced anti-roll and off road stability. The design allows the vehicle to travel terrain with minimal transfer of road shock and vibration to the vehicle's crew compartment. Each wheel has one coil spring and a heavy duty dual acting shock absorber. Each wheel end shall has an energy jounce and rebound bumper to prevent bottoming and topping of the suspension. The suspension is designed to provide a minimum of 380 mm of total wheel travel. Two longitudinal links and one “V” link is provided per axle assembly. The suspension meets or exceeds all applicable ICAO and NFPA 414 recommendations.

Front suspension has a rating of 10.433 kg

Rear Suspension has a rating 10.433 kg to provide a minimum 20.866 kg gross vehicle weight rating.

2.8 Wheels and tyres

Rims : Steel disc
Tyres : Michelin XZL 395/85R20
(tubeless radials)

2.9 Steering

Steering is a dual integral, power assist type, utilizing an engine driven hydraulic pump, with a maximum operating pressure of 135 bar. Steering design will permit a maximum of 5.6 turns from stop to stop. Steering system components are mounted in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. Steering location is off set to the left.

2.10 Chassis frame

The chassis frame consist of two (2) channels fastened together by cross members. All structural fasteners used in the frame are Grade 8 with vibration resistant aircraft nuts. Hardened steel washers are used under all bolt heads and nuts to avoid stress concentrations. Top flange is free of bolt heads.

Each main frame rail is 324 x 102 x 9,5 mm, fabricated from 110,000 PSI (758 MPa) minimum yield steel. A full length frame liner is installed.

The chassis frame assembly, consisting of frame rails, cross members, axles and steering box, has been finish painted before installation of any electrical wiring, fuel system components, or air system components.

2.11 Tow eyes

Two (2) front steel tow eyes are fastened directly to the frame. Two (2) tow eyes are provided at the front of the vehicle and two (2) at the rear.

2.14 ABS system

An ABS system is provided to improve braking control and reduce stopping distance. This braking system is fitted to the axles and all electrical connections are environmentally sealed, water weatherproof, and vibration resistant.

The system will constantly monitor wheel behaviour during braking. Sensors on each wheel transmit wheel speed data to an electronic processor which will sense approaching wheel lock and instantly modulate brake pressure up to 5 times per second to prevent wheel lockup. Each wheel is individually controlled. To improve service trouble shooting, provisions in the system for an optional diagnostic tester will be provided. The system will test itself each time the vehicle is started and a dash mounted light will go out once the vehicle is moving above 6,5 kmh. To improve field performance, the system is equipped with a dual circuit design. The system circuits are configured in a diagonal pattern. Should a malfunction occur, that circuit will revert to normal braking action. A warning light will signal malfunction to the operator.

The system consist of a sensor clip, sensor, electronic control unit, and solenoid control valve.

The sensor clip will hold the sensor in close proximity to the tooth wheel. An inductive sensor consisting of a permanent magnet with a round pole pin and coil will produce an alternating current with a frequency proportional to wheel speed. The unit is sealed, corrosion resistant and protected from Electromagnetic interference. The electronic control unit monitors the speed of each sensor wheel slip. A deviation will be corrected by cyclical brake application and release. If a malfunction occurs, the circuit will signal the operator and the malfunctioning half of the system will shut down. The system is installed in a diagonal pattern for side to side control. The system will insure that each wheel is braked in optimum efficiency up to 5 times a second.

The system also controls application of the auxiliary engine exhaust or driveline brakes to prevent wheel lock.

2.15 Brake air reservoirs

There is three (3) air reservoirs installed in conformance with best automotive practices. Reservoir capacity 72 ltr. Remote drains are provided.

An additional 20 ltr air reservoir is provided for the accessory air outlets.

Reservoir capacity total is a minimum of 92 ltr.

2.16 Air dryer

A Bendix #AD-9 heated air dryer will is furnished. An automatic moisture ejector on the primary, or wet tank, is also be furnished.

2.17 Air lines

All air lines in the chassis are reinforced Synflex, adequately protected from chafing. All air lines are clamped in a neat workman like manner.

2.18 Air compressor

Air compressor is 509 liter per minute capacity. Air brake system is the quick build up type.
Air compressor has sufficient capacity for maintaining auxiliary air outlets for high volume tools. Two (2) air outlets are supplied, one (1) on each side of the vehicle for air tool connection.

2.19 Parking brake

Parking brake is the spring-actuated type, mounted on the rear axle brake chambers. The parking brake control and red application warning light is mounted on the cab instrument panel.

2.20 Cooling/radiator

The radiator and the complete cooling system meets or exceed engine manufacturer cooling system standards.
This provides maximum corrosion resistance and cooling performance, the entire radiator core is constructed using long life aluminium alloy. The core is made of aluminium fins, having a serpentine design, brazed to aluminium tubes. The tubes are brazed to aluminium headers. No solder joints or leaded material of any kind are in the core assembly.
The supply and return tanks are made of steel and crimped on to the core assembly using header tabs and a compression gasket to complete the radiator core assembly. The radiator is compatible with commercial antifreeze solutions.
There is full steel frame around the entire radiator core assembly. The radiator core assembly is installed within the steel frame by rubber inserts to enhance cooling system durability and reliability. The radiator is mounted in such a manner as to prevent the development of leaks caused by twisting or straining when the apparatus operates over uneven ground. The radiator assembly is isolated from the chassis frame rails with rubber isolators.
The cooling system is designed for a maximum of 1,03 bar operation.
A drain port is located at the lowest point of the cooling system and/or the bottom of the radiator to permit complete flushing of the coolant from the system.
Extended life engine coolant will provide anti-freeze protection to -34ºC. The mixture is per the engine manufacture’s specifications.

A transmission oil to liquid cooler is furnished.
An Engine pre-heater is supplied.

2.21 Engine manufacturer’s water filter and coolant additive

The engine manufacturer’s required water filter is furnished as provided by the manufacturer.
Coolant additive is provided in the cooling system as recommended by the engine manufacturer.

2.22 Engine air cleaner

An engine air cleaner is provided and includes a dry type element. Air cleaner is installed in accordance with the engine manufacturer's recommendations.

2.23 Fuel tank

Fuel tank is 200 ltr. Capacity. It has a fuel filler neck and a drain plug provided. The tank is fabricated from hot rolled, pickled and oiled steel. A Racor heated fuel water separator is be provided.

2.24 Drivelines

Drivelines are Dana (Spicer) series. The chassis manufacturer has utilized an electronic type balancing machine to statically and dynamically balance all drive shafts. The chassis manufacturer is able to provide proof of compliance with all drive shaft manufacturer’s standards and specifications.

2.25 Exhaust system

The aluminized exhaust system is installed in accordance with the engine manufacturer's requirements. Exhaust system components are securely mounted and easily removable.
The muffler is fabricated from steel sheet and of a size compatible with the engine exhaust discharge.
Exhaust tubing is cold rolled steel. All flexible exhaust tubing is HDT stainless steel type. All flex tubing clamps are Flex-Seal II, packed with a pliable sealant, creating and emission type joint.
The exhaust discharges vertically.

2.26 Electrical system

All electrical wiring in the chassis is SXL cross link insulated type. Wiring is colour coded and include function codes every three (3) inches on both sides. Wiring harnesses is routed in protective, heat resistant loom, securely and neatly installed. Complete chassis wiring schematics will be supplied with the apparatus. A 24 volt electrical system will be provided.

2.27 Alternator

The alternator is a 24 volt 200 amp, driven alternator. The installation includes an integral self-diagnostic regulator and rectifier for compact installations.
The alternator installation is designed to provide maximum output at engine idle speed to meet the minimum continuous electrical load of the apparatus as required.

2.28 Batteries

Four (4) Group 31, maintenance free batteries are provided. Each battery is rated at 975 CCA at 32 degrees F. (0 degrees C). The batteries are connected in two (2) banks to create a 24 volt electrical system.

2.29 Battery storage

Batteries are located on a ventilated tray at the right rear chassis area. Batteries are mounted on non-corrosive matting material. A temporary battery box cover is provided to protect the batteries during shipment and storage.

2.30 Battery isolation switch

The chassis batteries are wired in parallel to a single 24 volt electrical system, controlled though a heavy duty, master disconnect switch. The master disconnect switch is located within easy access at the rear (right hand side) of the vehicle. All electrical circuits are disconnected when the switch is in the “OFF” position.

3.0 CREW CAB

3.1 General Description
The modern style, spacious two door crew cab is a single module of the forward control figuration, flexibly mounted to the front of the chassis frame, providing total weather protection and excellent working environment for the driver and up to three (3) crew members attired in protective clothing.

3.2 Cab construction
The cab is manufactured from high grade Glass Reinforced Polyester (GRP) to provide a single unit of monocoque construction, designed and tested in accordance with the requirements of ECE 17R and 29R safety standards to provide a high strength, self-contained module, ensuring maximum crew protection in the event of external impact.
The sidewalls of the GRP superstructure are produced out of sandwich plates, produced according through the Kronenburg one-shot vacuum-injection technology. The laminates out of which the superstructure needs to be built, has a minimum glass contents of 40 % as well as a maximum rest-styrene content of max 3 %. The wall thickness is 30 mm.
The core material consist of a closed cell-structure with a minimum density of 60KG/m3.
The laminates all comply with DIN 53438, DIN 52306 and DIN 52307 for splintering of the material and flame-retardant characteristics. The superstructure is completely UV-proof and needs to be put into service at temperatures ranging from - 40 C to + 80 C. The applied injection resins have a minimal HDT of 85 C.

To ensure good thermal conditions and low noise levels within the cab, the roof and vertical walls are fully insulated with heat/noise suppressing materials to ensure the noise level within the cab does not exceed 85 DBA during normal operational conditions.

The forward area of the roof interior and the vertical walls of the cabin are lined.

The cab floor is manufactured from glass reinforced polyester covered with heavy duty raised pattern rubber matting, which provides a durable non slip, noise suppressing, easy clean surface.
A trim is fitted to prevent damage to the matting edges.

3.3 Cab access
Assembled to each side of the cab is a large area forward hinged door, fully furnished with an operated “horizontal sliding” window assembly and fixed top and lower glass, interior and exterior door handles.
The wide door, opening to approx. 90º and the anti-skid steps, will assist in the safe and rapid exit and entry of crew members.
The heavy duty check straps are fitted to each door to prevent wind damage which could occur when the door is open.
Door aperture dimensions: approx. 1700mm high (above floor level) x 800mm wide.

3.4 Driving Console
The main console, styled to reflect the clean modern lines of the interior, is positioned centrally and forward of the driver and contains all necessary information and facilities relating to automotive, ancillary and pumping functions.

The gear shift, pump drive and handbrake controls are located within a console adjacent to the driver.

3.5 Visibility
The deep, full width, single piece curved windscreen with
Deep side windows, including the door glass assemblies,
are provide for excellent forward and side visibility.
All glass is of the tinted safety type.

Vision: Upwards + 30º
Downwards - 31º
Horizontal +/- 120 º

The driver, when seated is able to see the ground,
Approx. within 3m of the front of the cab
When viewed through the windscreen.

3.6 Crew seating
The driver’s seat has fore and after plus height adjustments. The crew seating has fore and after adjustments, and are complete with SCBA brackets with integral head-rest.

A 3-point shoulder harness with lap belt is provided as standard equipment.

3.7 Cab equipment – general items fitted

(a) A two arm, multi speed wiper system with intermittent wipe facility travelling jets and standard wash system.
(b) A large area (in conformance with NFPA regulations) true image heated, de-mist mirror mounted on each side of the crew cab. Mirrors are electrically adjustable from the driver position and heated to remove condensation.
A convex “kerb” mirror, each side of the cab in addition to the large area mirror (manually adjustable).
(c) Hand/grab rails are fitted at positions within the cab to ensure crew stability during vehicular motion and to assist the crew when entering or exiting the crew cab.
(d) Cab heater and ventilation system – standard
The system is capable of effectively demisting the windscreen and door glass windows.
(e) The cab is provided with an air-conditioning system with electronic operated climate system to control the internal temperature with a capacity of 7,11 kW cooling (24.276 BTU/h) and 23,3 kW heating (79.556 BTU/h).
(f) A deluge wash system comprising of multi directional spray heads is incorporated above the windscreen, side and door windows.
(g) Sufficient internal lights are provided.

4.0 BODYWORK

4.1 General notes

The superstructure, styled to complement the modern lines of the crew cab, are manufactured as monocoque units from high grade, fire retarded glass reinforced polyester (grp), sandwich type.
The sidewalls of the GRP superstructure are produced out of sandwich plates, pro-duced according through the Kronenburg one-shot vacuum-injection technology. The laminates out of which the superstructure is built, have a minimum glass contents of 40 % as well as a maximum rest-styrene content of max 3 %. The wall thickness is 30 mm.
The core material consist of a closed cell-structure with a minimum density of 60KG/m3.
The laminates comply with DIN 53438, DIN 52306 and DIN 52307 for splintering of the material and flame-retardant characteristics. The superstructure is completely UV-proof and needs to be put into service at temperatures ranging from - 40 C to + 80 C. The applied injection resins have have a minimal HDT of 85 C
Detachable panels are provided within each module where access to chassis components are required for maintenance or inspection purposes.

4.2 Superstructure module

The modules comprises of:

Two low level assemblies, each incorporating two separate equipment lockers, are located one each side of the vehicle below the water foam/tank assembly and between the front and rear axles.

A large volume, high level locker on each side, integral with the rear of the water/foam tank assembly, provides stowage area for secondary media installations and other static equipment.

4.3 Lockers

Each locker is complete with aluminium alloy roller shutters (powder coated), with automatic open/close internal lighting.

4.4 Roof access

Access to the tank top and vehicle roof areas is provided by rear mounted ladder.

4.5 Vehicle protection

A tubular steel brush guard, is fitted to the front of the vehicle, to provide protection to the front panelling of the crew cab and front axle equipment when breaking through airfield perimeter gates, fences etc. The guard is incorporate a low level step for ease of access to the cab interior.

4.6 Highway lighting

The headlights, sidelights, fog/driving lights and front directional indicators are incorporated on the front of the truck.
The rear/stop, reversing, rear fog lights and rear directional indicators are located on the rear of the truck.

4.7 Towing facilities

Towing eyes capable of towing the vehicle without damage are mounted directly to the chassis frame side members two at the front and rear but these are not intended for heavy recovery.

4.8 Miscellaneous details

Roof top lighting (beacons) are enclosed by high grade translucent covers incorporated within the roof line to blend with the style lines of the vehicle.
All wiring and tubing are securely clipped and located within protected areas. Where these items pass through panels, adequate protection to prevent chafing in the form of grommets etc. is provided.
All removable access panels are fitted with quick release fasteners.

5.0 WATER AND FOAM TANKS

The water and foam tank assembly, manufactured as a full width integrated unit, is located between the monitor platform and the engine cover.

5.1 WATER TANK
Capacity: 5.000 litres

5.2 FOAM TANK

Capacity: 500 litres

5.3 CONSTRUCTION

The assembly, manufactured from high grade glass reinforced polyester (grp) to minimise any corrosion which may be caused when using sea or brackish water, is fully baffled transversely and longitudinally to minimise the adverse effects of liquid surge when the vehicle is in motion. Large area apertures included in the baffles, provide free access to all areas of the tank interiors for cleansing or inspection purposes.
The tank top incorporates a non-slip, all weather surface.
The tank is assembled to the chassis frame on heavy duty mountings in accordance with the recommendations of the tank and chassis manufacturers to minimise torsional loads which occur during “Off road” operations.
Tank to pump outlets are dimensioned to ensure maximum output with minimal pump cavitation’s.

One 500mm manhole is on the top of the foam tank for manual foam filling.

5.4 TANK FITTINGS

Access to both the water and foam tank interiors are provided by 500mm man-holes located on the tank top, each complete with a (screwed – foam tank / screwed – water tank) fill/inspection lid with locking mechanism. A fill trough is provided around the foam tank fill lid to prevent spillage when top loading and to allow 2 x 22.5 litre containers to be emptied simultaneously.
Each tank is vented to atmosphere through a baffled overflow to prevent possible damage to the tanks when tank filling or discharging at maximum output. The overspill design restricts any media losses during vehicular motion, any losses that may occur will be discharged clear of chassis components.

Tank fill Water 1 connection each side
Foam 1 connection right hand side

6. CONTROL PANELS

6.1 GENERAL DETAILS

The main console, designed to reflect the modern interior of the cab, is sub divided into separate panels, positioned immediately forward of the driver and grouped into automotive ancillary and pumping controls.

The console panels, backlit instruments, illuminated switches for night operations, are easily removable to provide complete access for maintenance purposes.

6.2 AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT CONTROLS

INSTRUMENT PANEL

A main instrument panel is provided, the dash panel includes the following gauges and indicators:

- Dual needle air pressure gauge
- Low front air warning light (red) in blacked out warning block
- Low rear air warning light (red) in blacked out warning block
- Low air audible alarm
- Oil pressure gauge with integral low pressure warning light (red)
- Low oil pressure audible alarm
- Transmission temperature gauge with integral high temperature warning light (red)
- High transmission temperature audible alarm
- Voltmeter with colour coded dial and integral high/low voltage warning light (red)
- Low voltage audible alarm
- Fuel gauge with integral low fuel warning light (red)
- Water temperature gauge with integral high temperature warning light (red)
- High water temperature audible alarm
- Electronic speedometer with LCD totalling odometer and trip odometer
- Tachometer with integral engine hour meter
- Air restriction indicator with reset button
- Two directional indicator lights (green) in blackened out warning block
- Ignition on/off switch
- Engine start rocker switch with integral backlit label
- Parking brake warning light (red) in blacked out warning block
- Differential Lock Indicator

MAIN FIRE FIGHTING CONTROLS

- Foam concentrate selector, 1, 3 and 6% with intermediate stages if required
- Water tank to pump switch
- Foam tank to pump switch
- Under truck nozzles switch
- Cab deluge system switch
- Stationary, work or drive mode selector
- Throttle control dial
- Pump drain switch
- Flushing system switch

EMERGENCY SECONDARY SYSTEM

- Water tank to pump valve switch
- Foam tank to pump valve switch
- Roof monitor valve switch
- Bumper turret valve switch
- Under truck nozzles switch

EMERGENCY 3RD SYSTEM

- Manually operated valves, key located rear wall cab

7. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT

7.1 General

The 24 volt electrical system, supplied from the chassis, 2x mounted 12 volt heavy duty batteries, are suppressed to minimise radio interference.
The electrical cable looms, are fully encased within heavy duty corrugated plastic conduit to provide maximum insulation and waterproofing and routed to ensure protection from possible ground fires.

7.2 Vehicle Road lighting

(a) 4 Headlights (2 pairs) – with low beam dip left/right + high beam
(b) Sidelight
(c) Stop/tail light with facility incorporated to ensure illumination of brake lights
When the parking brake is applied
(d) Directional indicator front, side and rear with hazard warning facility
(e) Reverse light with audible warning automatically activated when reverse Gear is selected
(f) Fog light – rear – high intensity
(g) Rear reflector – red
(h) Fog and driving light – low level – front
(i) Side marker lights with reflectors

7.3 Emergency warning equipment

(a) 1 LED light bar full width (on top of the cabin) – colour blue
(b) 1 Beacon rotating (at the rear) – colour blue
(c) Strobe light – front panel and roof of cab – colour blue
(d) 1 Spotlight on front top

7.4 Miscellaneous electrical equipment

(a) Cab interior lighting, reading lights and amber dome lights
(b) Electronic siren with public address system and loudspeaker
(c) Battery charger with capacity of 240 V

8.0 WATER AND FOAM SYSTEM
8.1 General system

The system will comprise of:
A water pump
Foam proportioning system, adjustable from 1% to 6%
Roof monitor
Bumper turret
Water / Foam delivery lay flat hose connections (4)
Under truck protection
Cab roof nozzles

The above equipment will be suitable for operation with all current foam concen-trates including AFFF.


8.2 Water Pump

The Kronenburg pump is a single stage centrifugal unit, complete with an automatic primer supplied from the main water tank, having a bronze casing and impeller, stainless steel shaft running in continuously lubricated bearings. Shaft sealing is effected by self-sealing carbon face seals.
The pump is driven from the transmission mounted power divider / take off via a series of heavy duty balanced prop shafts.

pump output rating: 6.000 lpm @ 10 bar

8.3 FOAM PROPORTIONING UNIT

Kronenburg fully automatic “round the pump” system with automatic flow control which compensates for any discharges or pressure fluctuations. The system is pre-set at 1, 3 and 6% foam concentrations but intermediate settings can be selected by simply pushing the plus or minus control. When “work mode” is selected higher or lower pressures can be selected by using the throttle dial.
In the unlikely event of electrical failure there is a secondary system located right side of the driver which enables all the valves for water/foam, roof monitor, bumper turret and under truck nozzles to be opened.
In addition valves can be opened manually.

8.4 ROOF MONITOR – DUAL OUTPUT

The monitor is a high performance, electro, remote controlled, aspirating, dual output gas strut balanced monitor capable of producing high quality foam either in jet or spray pattern complete with a separate 24 Volt compact hydraulic pack.
The monitor can be operated both from the driver’s position and monitor platform by means of joystick controls to effect rotation, elevation and foam pattern.
Performance
Output Full flow 6000 litres/min
Half flow 3000 litres/min
Operating pressure 10 bar
Reach – stream 75m
Horizontal rotation 355º
Vertical travel +70° & -30°

8.5 BUMPER TURRET

The turret is a high performance, remotely controlled, power operated, non-aspirating type capable of producing high quality foam either in a stream or spray pattern.
The control of the turret is incorporated in an electrically operated joystick with-in the console adjacent to the driver, operable by the driver or front crew member for elevation and rotation. An automatic oscillating facility with override control will be provided.
Performance
Output Full flow 1000 litres/min
Operating pressure 10 bar
Range - stream 47m
Horizontal travel 180º with adjustable stops at +/- 90°
Vertical travel 135º (+90° to -45°) with adjustable stops at +45° and -20°

8.6 PIPEWORK - GENERAL

All pipe work and valves are manufactured from stainless steel BS316L or other non-corrosive tubing where relevant.
All pipes are designed to enable valves and components to be removed with the minimum of disturbance to other components and/or pipe work.
All valves within the system are of the quarter turn ball or disc type.

9.0 DELIVERY LINES

9.1 Water & Foam delivery

Four connections, provided two each side of the vehicle within the forward section of the low level lockers, are complete with a constant flow valve and Storz B coupling with dust cap and chain.


9.2 Hose reel

The vehicle is provided with One (1) first attack hose reel, fitted with brake, electric rewind and hose guide rollers where necessary.
Hose type non collapsible rubber hose
Hose diameter 1” (25 mm)
Hose length approx. 60 m each
Nozzle AKRON TURBOJET or equivalent
Discharge 90 lpm

9.2 Under truck protection

Under truck protection nozzles (75 l/min each) of the directional spray type, located in board of each wheel assembly, are controlled by a pneumatically operated valve from the driver console and are operable independently or simultaneously with the monitor discharge and with the vehicle stationary or in motion.

9.3 Foam tank fill/drain

A standard coupling, complete with a manually operated valve and dust cap with chain, is located at the right hand side lower locker.
An electrically drive (24 volt) foam fill pump, located at the right hand low level locker, within the chassis frame/superstructure is capable of replenishing the foam tank from containers located at ground level outside the vehicle.
A resettable circuit breaker is be provided for protection.
The pump has a fill rate of 40 litres/min to minimise foaming of the concentrate when loading.
A hose assembly, complete with 1 metre pickup tube, is stowed adjacent to the tank fill connection.

9.4 Overheat protection

To prevent overheating of the water pump when operating against “Closed dis-charge”, an automatic, thermostatically controlled line is taken from the delivery side of the water pump and returned to the suction side via a pipe located within the base of the water tank.

9.5 DRY POWDER UNIT PWD 250

The system is suitably located. Access for refilling or checking the powder container is provided by hinged panels within the roof of the module.
The system comprises one 250 kg powder container linked with expelling gas installation and cylinder, control panel and one lay flat hose installed at rear.
The container is designed and manufactured to ASME Standard for a maximum operating pressure of 12 bar from high grade steel coated internally and externally for maximum protection. The container is equipped with a large diameter filling port and a device to ensure maximum fluidization of the powder, expelling gas supply line, safety valve etc.
The pressurizing system ensures that the powder is thoroughly mixed with the expellant via a mixing device and ensures that no powder can enter the gas system. Provision is made for the purging of the system after use without loss of the remaining powder in the container.
The expelling gas installation is connected to the container through a valve and pressure regulator arrangement.
A control panel containing the pressurization and discharge valves, container change over switch, container operating pressure, purging valve and container dump valve will be located at the left hand side of locker.
Dry chemical powder storage 250 kg
Operating pressure 12 bar minimum
Expellant Gas Nitrogen
Capacity of cylinders 20 liters
Filling pressure 200 bar
Nitrogen cylinder stowage on sliding rack

DRY CHEMICAL POWDER DISCHARGE

One lay flat hose is stowed in a box at the rear side of the vehicle.

Dry Chemical Powder Nozzle A pistol grip fire fighting nozzle is connected to the fire hose
Hose length 20 m
Hose diameter 25 mm
Agent AFFF compatible dry chemical powder
Output 2,0 kg/sec
Throw range minimum 8 m, no wind.

For further enquiry's please contact.

Kronenburg B.V.
Ashley Walton
International Sales Director

Tel: +44 7812 646215
email: awalton@kronenburgfire.com
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