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INTERSCHUTZ 2020, 15 - 20 June

FireStorm 70

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MetalCraft Marine

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Logo FireStorm 70

Product description

THE MOST ADVANCED FIREFIGHTING BOAT IN THE WORLD
FireStorm 70 is a state of the art command center and high speed response vessel that meets NFPA Class 2. Part firehouse and part fireboat the cabin, cuddy, head and sleeping quarters enable the crew to stay on station for extended periods. Equipped with two onboard generators, heating, ventilation and air conditioning the vessel is a comfortable mobile command platform.
The cabin includes a primary patient care berth with four secondary care berths in the cuddy and portable berths can be positioned in the aft equipment cabin. On board integrated storage for specialized equipment including: firefighting SCBA and hoses; emergency medical equipment; dive and SCUBA kits; and tactical gear. The FireStorm 70 can be equipped with an optional rescue craft secured on the roof of the aft cabin and paired with a crane for easy deployment and recovery. Four firefighting pumps
can produce flow meter results of 14,000 GPM at 150 PSI and 17,000 GPM at 130 PSI and stream up to 450 feet with a roof mounted Stang monitor. As a shore hydrant, the FireStorm 70 can pump an impressive 7,000 GPM at 70 PSI through 1000 feet of hose from a 5» Storz outlet before staging pumps are required. Quad diesel inboard engines matched to water-jet propulsion units can propel the boat to speeds of 42 knots and allow the boat to perform emergency stops and change direction within three boat
lengths. Large side, aft and roof windows provide added visibility and safety when working alongside other vessel or air units. A raised flush forward deck with aft recessed deck produces an incredibly dry ride and during very heavy seas the large bustle breaks waves before they reach the cabins forward raked windshield.
AWARDS: The FireStorm 70 has been recognized by
the marine industry as Workboat of the Year in 2009 by
Marine News and Significant Workboat of the Year in 2010
by Workboat Magazine.

Hall 27, Stand L21

Canadian Joint Pavilion

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