Water rescue equipment vehicle based on Mercedes Benz Sprinter
- Basic vehicle: Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 519 CDI long 4×4
- Engine power: 140 kW (190PS)
- 7G-TRONIC automatic transmission with selectable all-wheel drive and gear reduction
- Numerous safety systems such as crosswind assist, lane departure warning, headlight assist, etc.
- Length: 7.000 mm
- Width: 2.450 mm
- Height: 2.900 mm
- Permitted Total weight: 5.000 kg
The clear and effective rear extension concept provides plenty of space and storage. The emergency vehicles are equipped, among other things, with a shelf system made of aluminum profile for easy and safe storage of the equipment, holders for diving equipment, holding bar for diving suits and emergency clothing, etc..
The water rescue vehicles are also well equipped in the area of air conditioning. Thus, a roof air conditioner always ensures the optimum ambient temperature in both cooling and heating mode. For damp and wet equipment components and clothing, a loading and unloading system is also available. Ventilation system integrated in the crew and equipment room. The vehicles are also equipped with thermal insulation. The complete crew and equipment room is equipped with black color glazing. This keeps heat away from the outside and is also opaque.
The AURUM roof warning bar system guarantees maximum safety through the best warning effect. The extra-flat shapely light bar impresses in use with an extremely light-intensive and very highly efficient LED lighting technology. The AURUM is supported in the rear by a Pilot SL LED beacon. The light source of the beacon consists with the latest Solaris LED technology. This innovative technology ensures an excellent and effective 360° warning effect. In addition, the optical signaling system is supported by Hella BST LED front flashers.
Driver’s compartment with integrated center console for radio / control elements and lockable storage compartment.
The equipment room has a sophisticated shelf module system which guarantees the safe storage of the operational load in waterproof modules. The modules are designed with tested fall and holding systems.
In the modular system, heavy-duty diving equipment pullouts are also implanted on the left and right of each rear entry. When extended, the pull-outs guarantee ergonomic accommodation of the diving equipment by the emergency services.
The modular rack system also allows the optional accommodation of summer or winter loading, taking into account the loading safety regulations.
The shelving module systems have a stability-oriented connection technology. Together with the innovative geometry, this creates a constant in terms of robustness, reliability and durability. Highest flexibility remains for later changes and extensions.
Combined driver’s compartment and cargo area with 4 waterproof M1 comfort seats. The seats offer maximum seating comfort for emergency personnel. A mechanical step facilitates side entry via the sliding door.
The crew and equipment room is equipped with a waterproof BINZ spray floor. The special flooring for water rescue emergency vehicles is additionally designed with a water drainage system, e.g. in the area of the diving equipment and the emergency clothing.