The TGL, TGM and TGS series from Munich-based MAN Truck & Bus Deutschland GmbH offer a broad spectrum of vehicles in weight classes from 7.49 to 44 metric tons for the many and varied operations that fire departments and rescue workers undertake. At its stand in Hall 27 at INTERSCHUTZ 2015 in Hannover, MAN is also exhibiting several new technical innovations, along with an extensive selection of vehicles for both the Euro 5 and Euro 6 emission standard categories.

In the Euro 5 category, MAN is showcasing both a TLF 4000 water tender firefighting vehicle from the MAN TGM range and an MLF small-tender fire service truck from the MAN TGL range. As the MLF’s chassis weight has been optimized so that it can be licensed at 7.49 metric tons, the vehicle can be driven by holders of the former "class 3" German driving license and of the "fire services license" that has been introduced in some German states. The TLF 4000, meanwhile, is designed for use both on and off-road. The longer L cabin from the MAN TGM series provides storage space behind the seats for equipment and protective clothing. Two models on show in the Euro 6 category are the HLF 10 and HLF 20 firefighting and rescue vehicles, each featuring a crew compartment on a MAN TGM chassis. The configuration of the exhaust silencer, air intake and AdBlue tank has been specifically adapted to the requirements of the sector and saves a great deal of space, so that bodywork manufacturers have no problems building deep drawn bodies and step units into the crew cabin.

MAN Truck & Bus Deutschland GmbH (80807 Munich, Germany), Hall 27, Stand B46

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