Launch of the world's first production-ready tracked fire engine
The Magirus FireBull combines efficient AirCore extinguishing technology, flexible superstructure options and the all-terrain PowerBully chassis from Kässbohrer Geländefahrzeug AG to form a fully developed solution for use in vegetation fires.
The PowerBully 18T chassis with an engine output of 231 kW has a gross vehicle weight of 30,000 kg and reaches a speed of around 10 km/h. With an operating weight of around 26 tonnes, the vehicle has sufficient spare capacity for individual needs and equipment. Thanks to its high payload with a low ground pressure of only 0.300 kg/cm² - 30 times less ground pressure than a 6x6 truck - and a fording depth of 1,400 mm, it can be used not only in rough terrain but also in peat fires, ground fires, smouldering fires or in swampy areas.
With a climbing performance of 31° (60%) and a maximum inclination across the slope of up to 21° (40%), the FireBull transports water or the required logistics safely up and down slopes. In the FireBull AirCore version, in addition to a 10,000 litres extinguishing agent tank (9,000 litres of water, 1,000 litres of foam agent), the AirCore MFT35-H extinguishing turbine with a capacity of up to 3,500 litres per minute is also available. The water mist technology enables efficient firefighting and humidification of the vegetation as well as high penetration depths into the vegetation. The water can be discharged while driving in Pump & Roll mode. In addition to a C-connection at the front, self-protection nozzles and heat protection on the underbody ensure maximum safety for the crew.
|Type||Cummins B6.7 turbo diesel|
|Displacement||6.7 l / 6,700 cc|
|Power output (ECE)||231 kW (310 hp)|
|max. torque||1,288 Nm (951 lb ft) @ 1500 rpm|
|Fuel tank capacity||350 l (92 gal) 92.5 gal|
|Exhaust emission standard||Tier 4F|