Such is the versatility of the Terberg DTS developed TACR3 – it offers the very best of RIV’s (Rapid Intervention Vehicles) and ARFF (Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting Vehicles) – that it is redefining the market. Built to bespoke, operational specifications the TACR3 is designed to deliver the ultimate in fast-response airside firefighting vehicles.
Purchasing or renting a TACR3 from Terberg DTS will change the way you think about ARFFs and RIVs. Features and benefits of our innovative fire and rescue vehicle include:
A robust 4 x 4 Isuzu D-Max chassis, efficient 2.5l engine and comfortable King cab
700l water and 45l foam tank capacities – tanks are fully integrated.
Rapid build time to your bespoke specification – many options available.
Independent uprated suspension to guarantee a smooth ride even on challenging terrain.
Polypropylene body with generous storage space to the rear and sides – these areas can be effectively secured with tough, lockable roller shutters.
Low-level lockers with drop-down doors.
Full provision for standard CAP168 equipment if this will be required.
Supplied with HPX 100B18 pump and roll – this is capable of a massive 726lpm output at a pressure of 20Bar, easily and accurately operated from inside the cab using a proportional joystick control.
Alisdair Couper, the Managing Director of Terberg DTS, describes the TACR3 as ‘a small, reliable and affordable solution… the ideal addition to any firefighting team’.
If you would like to find out more about this unique fire and rescue vehicle that combines the best of both RIVs and ARFFs, call our team now. Terberg DTS – the future of firefighting.
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