Shame or not, many people still do not know the difference between fire trucks and engines. For most of us, a fire truck is a red vehicle that horns its sirens on the way to a fire scene and provides water to suppress the blaze. While it is true that fire trucks come in help in case of fire emergency, there are still many details the public is not aware of. Let’s discuss the difference.
What are the fire trucks?
Fire trucks are different than fire engines. They are the conventional fire apparatus meant to carry firefighters and fire equipment at the fire scene. They are equipped with aerial and ground ladders, protective gear, oxygen tubes, and masks, and other tools such as hammers, axes, communication systems, fire blankets and many others. Fire trucks may carry a very limited water supply, and that is because these vehicles are not meant to extinguish fires, but to provide firefighters will the tools needed. We are one of the best fire truck manufacturers in Turkey, with competitive prices and great quality of our vehicles.
What are pumpers?
A pumper or a fire engine is the first vehicle, which arrives at a fire scene. While they have limited seats for firefighters, they carry more than 2000 liters of water, which is enough to fight the fires until the crew finds a nearby hydrant or any other external water sources. As an important fire truck producer, we offer a large variety of choices, from conventional fire trucks to wildland engines and squints. According to our customers’ reviews, we are the best fire truck producer Turkey, which compel with all regulations of health and safety. We know how you feel in the moment of danger and we offer the best vehicles for our firefighters.