Eye-catchers: The highlights of the equipment division
Published on 12 July 2010
The innovations keep on coming in Rosenbauer's equipment division:
HEROS-smart: 3/4 shell
The HEROS-smart is a new addition to the line of personal protection equipment. This new 3/4 shell helmet is the logical addition to the full protection helmet HEROS-xtreme which has already been on the market since 2005. Both helmet systems, the HEROS-xtreme and the HEROS-smart were developed for operating under the toughest of conditions.
The HEROS-smart received very positive feedback at the Interschutz 2010. Especially its low weight of only 1.1 kg was a cause for excitement!
New benchmarks were set in Rosenbauer's technical equipment line: the RS 14 SUPER SILENT, which was presented in Leipzig for the first time is among one of the quietest generators in this highperformance category. Extremely low noise emissions are the result of the innovative technology of the RS 14 SUPER SILENT - especially when equipped with the optional electronic speed reduction. The RS 14 SUPER SILENT's acoustically optimized exhaust system and the completely new innovative air intake system provide for an extremely quiet run of the generator.
FANERGY High performance Fans: moving air is a breeze
The new FANERGY fans were in operation around the clock: the electric models FANERGY E21 and FANERGY E16 provided refreshing breeze during a week of hot temperatures at the Interschutz. Above all, the details of the fans were convincing: the new generation FANERGY high performance fans are powerful, compact and reliable!
NAUTILUS submersible Pumps: a real eye-catcher
The NAUTILUS submersible pump was a very special eye-cathcer at Rosenbauer's equipment stand. Customers not only were won over by the pump's extreme low weight (the NAUTILUS 8/1: only 30 kg including the cable!), but also by the impressive demonstration of the integrated flat suction device. For those who were not at the Interschutz or did not have a chance to see the NATUILUS pumps: the picture on the right shows the glass case in which the pumps were in action. It was clearly demonstrated how a mere 4 mm of water are left once the water has been pumped out of the glass case by the NAUTILUS 4/1.
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