According to Terberg, flexibility was the key when designing the TACR3 with this latest design of vehicle demonstrating the company’s innovative approach to fast response airside firefighting. Terberg managing director Alisdair Couper explains, “With a 700 litre water tank and 45 litre foam tank capacity, we have been able to incorporate effective firefighting technology into a small, reliable and affordable solution. With a quick vehicle build time, this vehicle is really an ideal addition to any firefighting team.”
Terberg TACR3 has an uprated independent suspension, a King cab, and features a polypropylene body with fully integrated water and foam tanks. The body also has side and rear lockers fitted with lockable roller shutter doors, as well as low-level lockers with lockable drop-down doors. The vehicle also has provision for CAP 168 equipment.
The TACR3 features an HPX 100B18 pump and roll as standard, this capable of 726 litres per minute at 20Bar, via a bumper mounted monitor system, which can be controlled through the fully proportional joystick monitor control inside the cab, for truly effective fire prevention results.
“As a premier support solution for the fire industry, Terberg Fire & Rescue Division has become a key provider of fire vehicles and product support to the airport sector, as well as to industrial premises, with the proven capability to supply and support new and used vehicles with short lead times,” commented Alisdair Couper, “The TACR3 is the latest innovative addition to our comprehensive range of fire fighting vehicles and we believe it will enhance our reputation for supplying vehicles with great reliability built in as standard, as well as offering proven performance in fire applications over a long time period.”
Clearly, the TACR3 is a revolution in firefighting technology and we are justly proud of all the hard work that has gone into its design and manufacture. The many people involved in getting this vehicle ready for general availability have dedicated their time, energy and ingenuity to the process and we are the first to congratulate all of them: their work will save lives.
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