MT Industrial

Modular Technology 

Customized right down to the smallest detail

The requirements of industrial fire departments are incredibly demanding and also very specific. They stand ready, day and night, to protect their respective facilities. To protect people, the environment and property in the challenging environment of the chemicals industry, they need fire tankers built for their special needs and requirements. The CBS series (Customized Body System) provides industrial fire protection at a high level of flexibility and adaptability.

Impresses with

  • High degree of flexibility
  • Individually coordinated, powerful extinguishing components
  • Robust lightweight construction
  • Efficiency in scene of the emergency
  • Flexible design of individual modules

Tank firefighting vehicles

The main task of CBS tank fire fighting vehicles consists of ensuring fire protection in large industrial companies. The main feature of this fire tanker vehicle is a large extinguishing water container, which enables initial fire fighting without an external water supply. This vehicle type is available in various sizes.

Modular design concept

CBS fire fighting truck bodies are modular. Depending on the wishes of the customer, the vehicle can be individualized by combining a variety of components for varying requirements.

  • Fabrication of customized solutions: With its modular body concept, the CBS series offers maximum individuality. The body modules are separately fabricated according to the requirements and desires of the customer, including all fire fighting equipment, and then fully assembled. The individual modules then only need to be positioned and attached onto the chassis.
  • Positioning the first module: In the first step of assembly, the pump box module is positioned on the very rear of the chassis. To accomplish this, a subframe with flexible support for the body components is mounted on the chassis, to which the first module is then anchored.
  • Positioning all body modules: Over the course of fabrication, the additional body components, such as the HRET module, tank module or tool box and foam proportioning system module are integrated into the new vehicle.
  • Fixation of the modules: Once all modules are in position, they are aligned on the frame, bolted together, and installed. All electrical and mechanical interfaces are then connected.
  • The HRET module: The stinger high reach extendable turret (HRET) is a boom developed by Rosenbauer with long reach and an extremely large range of motion. If the customer desires this to be part of the CBS system, it is positioned, fitted, and attached as soon as all modules are bolted down.
  • The result: Upon completion of Rosenbauer's modern fabrication, the customer will receive his individual CBS series emergency vehicle, specially built to meet his needs and requirements.

Firefighting Equipment

The extinguishing systems prove their value with pump outputs of up to 10,000 l/min, which in feed-in mode can be increased to up to 14,000 l/min. Individual foam proportioning rates can be set continuously using industrial foam proportioning systems with outputs of up to 700 l/min of foam compound. The systems impress with their user-friendliness and low need for maintenance. Optional roof turrets with an output of up to 15,000 l/min achieve a throw range of up to 120 m. Additional extinguishing components with powder (with a capacity of up to 3,000 kg) or CO2 contents are also optionally available.

Rosenbauer CBS industrial vehicles offer

  • highly developed Rosenbauer extinguishing systems,
  • flexible design for the individual needs of industrial fire departments,
  • special customized solutions,
  • pump systems with outputs of up to 14,000 l/min in feed-in mode, industrial proportioning systems, and optional compressed air foam systems (CAFS).