Meilensteine

1866 - 1949

1938

Rosenbauer roadway flusher and tank fire fighter on Opel Blitz, 1.200 l/min at 8 bar

1936-1938

Production of the 3-wheel, TRIO delivery van. In line with a patent from Leipzig, the 3-wheeler, which was manufactured entirely in-house, was produced in innumerable versions for both retail and commercial purposes. Powered by a 324 ccm, 10 hp  Rosenbauer single-cylinder, 2-stroke engine, the 3-gear vehicle had a top speed of 50 km/h. With a dead weight of 370 kg, the vehicle could have a maximum weight of 1.090 kg.

1933

Combined foam-water engine driven pump

1932

In-house production of 2-stroke engines

1930

All-terrain Rosenbauer service vehicle on Tatra chassis

 

1929

Rosenbauer "Little Florian" pump, 250 l/min at 4 bar, on a Triumph motorcycle and sidecar combination

1929

Rosenbauer fire truck on Austro Fiat AFNS chassis

1926

Rosenbauer fire truck on Steyr Type IV, 1000 l/min at 8 bar, Laibach voluntary fire brigade, former Yugoslavia

1925

Rosenbauer size 0 portable pump on a Bison vehicle with sidecar, built for a fire- fighting exhibition in Munich

1923

Rosenbauer portable pump on a Fiat chassis, Enderlin company, Traun, Austria

 

1923

First Rosenbauer portable fire pump with a 10 hp Breuer motor, a light alloy centrifugal pump and a vane cell priming pump

1921

Rosenbauer fire truck on Fiat C2, Zell am See voluntary fire brigade, Austria

 

1921

Rosenbauer fire trucks outside the old Rosenbauer factory in Linz, Austria

1920

 Rosenbauer roadway flusher and tank fire fighter on Perl 6, Municipality of Radauti, Rumania

1920

      Rosenbauer fire truck on Graef & Stift D280, 1000 l/min at 8 bar, Bruck
      an der Muhr voluntary fire brigade, Austria

 

1919

 

Began producing fire fighting vehicles

 

1913

 

Rosenbauer gasoline-driven fire pump named "Linz"

1913

Rosenbauer & Kneitschel steam-driven fire pump, Voluntary fire brigade Ostermiething, Austria

1910

Supply of the first steam-powered pump, Rosenbauer & Kneitschel, Linz

1910

Demonstration comparing a Rosenbauer & Kneitschel  steam-driven fire pump with a gasoline-driven fire pump

1910

First Rosenbauer petrol-driven fire pump, Imperial railways’ fire brigade in Linz, Austria

1866

    Established by Johann Rosenbauer as a trading company for fire
    department loose equipment in Linz, Austria