DC24V Illuminating System Rescue Fire Fighting Trucks 4×1000W Lamp Power
JDX5150TXFJY98/H5 rescue fire truck is a fire truck modified with ZZ5207N4617E1 chassis. The car integrates many functions such as demolition, traction, lifting, lighting, etc. Its performance is reliable, its function is applicable, and it is easy to use. It is ideal for equipped with large and medium-sized city special fire brigade and large and medium-sized petrochemical enterprises, military, airport and port terminals. equipment. The vehicle provides a good rescue and rescue means for saving people, dealing with traffic accidents and natural disasters on land.
Maximum lifting mass: 5000kg
Maximum lifting moment: 10.5T.m
Swing moment: 1.2T.m
Maximum working range: 8m
Rotary range: 370°
System rated pressure: 30MPa
Caution: The normal and stable rotation range is within 180° of the rear part of the vehicle. The lifting stability on both sides of the equipment box is relatively low, and the heavy objects are unexpected in the operator's field of vision, posing a safety hazard.
The rescue fire truck is mainly composed of a chassis, a equipment box, a truck crane, a traction winch, an additional electrical appliance and an alarm system.
ZZ5207N4617E1 chassis. A flat double-row cab with six firefighters (including drivers).
Please read the chassis instruction manual in detail for the structure of the vehicle.
The dashboard of the cab is equipped with fire system instruments, electronic alarms and electrical lighting control switches.
3.2 Equipment box
The equipment box is a one-piece structure. The front part is equipped with a lifting and lighting system, the middle is the storage space of the equipment, and the rear is the truck-mounted crane.
The equipment box is made of high-quality stainless steel welding skeleton, aluminum alloy profile lap equipment rack, aluminum alloy board sticking process; it is closed by high-quality aluminum alloy shutter door, which is easy to open and reliable to lock.
3.3 Transmission system
A power take-off is installed between the chassis engine transmissions and pneumatically operated. The power take-off output flange is coupled to the hydraulic pump coupling flange of the truck-mounted crane via a drive shaft. The engine power is output through the power take-off, and the oil pump is driven by the drive shaft to form the hydraulic drive of the truck-mounted crane.