The MVF-5 is the unique multifunctional Crisis Management robotic system developed to extinguish fires in life threatening conditions and inaccessible areas. The system is operated from a safe distance by using remote-control technology. The MVF-5 extends the reach of fire fighters as to protect high risk industrial facilities and other dangerous environments.
The original design of MVF-5 is based on the proven technology used in construction of demining systems able to survive mine detonations and other hazardous operations in the most demanding and destructive environments. The low center of gravity combined with powerful engine and comact original structure of the MVF-5 allows excellent manouverability.
Equipped with the latest fire-fighting technologies, plus two storage containers for water and foam, MVF-5 can extinguish fires with minimal damage to itself and its operators, who remain outside the range of danger during operation. The industry-leading components give the operator the capability to use water, foam, or a combination of the both extinguishing liquids.
Using the Original Equipment manufacturer (OEM) components such as Perkins engine, Swedish Hardox armored steel, Bosch-Rexroth hydraulics and Ziegler fire extinguishing components, DOK-ING ensured maximum performance in the most demanding conditions.
Using the remote control technology, the MVF-5 system can be operated from a distance up to 1500 m in line of sight. GPS-INS (Global Position System - Inertial Nafigation System) would turn the current system into a real robot ensuring the MVF-5 return to the original location, even if radio communication is lost.
Areas of use:
- Oil refineries and terminals
- Military depots/storages
- Chemical and petro-chemical plants and storages
- Flammable materials storages
- Nuclear power plants
- Anti-riot application