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Launched at the Interschutz-Online, Magirus presents the next generation of its Excellence Class. The successful series of fire engines with the latest four-wheel drive chassis and state-of-the-art equipment is available as the LF 10 and the HLF 20. With its unveiling of the EC-Line 3 at the INTERSCHUTZ-Online, Magirus is launching the next generation of its revolutionary Excellence Class, or EC-Line for short. Now offered as the LF 10 (all-wheel drive) tank pumper and the HLF 20 (all-wheel drive) tank pumper, this third generation of fire engines is available for the newest chassis and with state-of-the-art additional equipment that far exceed the standard. The Magirus EC-Line 3 unites convincing performance, maximum quality, and safety. And with short delivery times, the company seamlessly continues the success story of previous EC-Line vehicles. many optional features Powerful and with many carefully designed details, the EC-Line 3 shows what it has to offer, both inside and out. Fire departments can choose from three latest-generation 4x4 chassis from IVECO, MAN and Mercedes-Benz in EURO Vid, along with many optional features. The latest advancements in the Magirus TeamCab include improved entries as well as a 4-seat box facing the opposite direction of travel. The distance between the seating areas has been increased and extra storage compartments above both seat boxes have been added. The result is even more space, comfort, and ergonomics. The third generation of the EC-Line also convinces with its greatly extended loading capacity, which meets the latest standards. EC-Line development Magirus developed a completely new approach and premiered the Excellence Class in January 2016 The vehicles additionally include a thermal imaging camera, a powerful ventilation unit, system separators, and a box for unlocking tools. But because preconfigured does not mean prefabricated, all vehicles offer numerous options for individual requirements. Combined with many adaptations based on customer feedback and desires, Magirus has significantly increased the flexibility and attractiveness of this new generation. For over 150 years, Magirus has designed, built, and supplied technologically advanced vehicles and solutions for firefighting and emergency services. Naturally, the company has gained extensive experience and knowledge about the solutions that have been implemented particularly well - as well as the primary needs of fire departments. As a result, Magirus developed a completely new approach and premiered the Excellence Class in January 2016 at its Ulm-based Excellence Center. extensively equipped vehicles To this day, Magirus’s EC-Line stands for the highest quality plus extensively equipped vehicles. Although preconfigured, they have numerous options - at an attractive price. Magirus thus demonstrates that state-of-the-art equipment and technology need not conflict with limited budgets. The sustained success of EC-Line vehicles and extensive positive feedback from fire departments speak for themselves. The company has already received orders for the latest generation of the Excellence Class.
In April 2020, the ZIEGLER Group delivered four identically constructed TSF-W on an IVECO Daily chassis to the fire departments at Butzbach, Ostheim, Fauerbach and Hausen. The vehicles were manufactured at the ZIEGLER plant in Mühlau. Especially for the fire departments in rural regions it is very important to have a vehicle that ensures a successful first operation – no matter if there is a fire or just a minor technical rescue. The chassis has a wheelbase of 3,750 mm and is equipped with a superstructure which is divided in five equipment compartments. In one of the four sections, a scaling ladder is stored weatherproof and can easily be removed from the vehicle structure. In addition, all vehicles have an extendable light mast with four LED-lights. The water tank has a capacity of 800 liters. The portable pump is stored crosswise at the rear of a heavy-load pull-out and can be operated in the extracted state.
CTM Fahrzeugbau Berlin GmbH (CTM/Creative Truck Manufacturing) is at INTERSCHUTZ 2020 to showcase PIONIER, a multifunctional vehicle that can overcome virtually any obstacle en route to its destination. INTERSCHUTZ 2020 Not all rescue operations take place in urban environments that are quick and easy to access thanks to faultless infrastructure. Sometimes, crew members have to make their way through somewhat difficult terrain to convey people and provisions or to transport materials, machines and equipment. That’s why, at INTERSCHUTZ 2020, CTM is presenting PIONIER, a vehicle designed to take such huge challenges quite literally in its stride. PIONIER multifunctional vehicle According to CTM, the PIONIER can cope with virtually any subsurface, traverse water and wetlands According to CTM, the PIONIER can cope with virtually any subsurface, traverse water and wetlands, climb mountains and inclines and overcome obstacles - all while transporting loads of up to 30 metric tons. And because no two deployment scenarios are the same, the PIONIER can also be customized using various base, carrier and machine modules. Be it a box body engineered as a sanitary or living unit, power generators, assembly cranes or liquid tanks, the manufacturer promises it can carry out pretty much any special request. Purpose-built vehicles specialist After all, the CTM in ‘CTM Fahrzeugbau Berlin GmbH’ stands for Creative Truck Manufacturing. Indeed, this Berlin-based enterprise boasts more than 20 years' experience in fashioning all manner of bespoke and powerful purpose-built vehicles. With currently around 60 highly qualified staff members spread across two sites in and around the German capital, CTM guides its customers from the conceptualization and planning stages through to production and commissioning. Maintenance and servicing The company even provides an in-depth briefing and takes care of maintaining, repairing and servicing the vehicles. Components are primarily sourced from big-name partners such as Bosch, Palfinger, Volvo and Caterpillar. Besides automakers such as Mercedes-Benz, MAN, IVECO, Volvo and Scania, customers include companies from other industries, public authorities and municipal enterprises. To date, CTM has built some 6,500 vehicle bodies for around 750 different clients in twelve countries on four continents.