LUF 120 - The powerhouse
Field of application
Built for large fires, the LUF 120 fights fire with 18,000 litres/min water throughput in the main monitor.
The machine is powered by a V6 450 hp diesel engine. Two hydraulically operated water pumps installed in the machine ensure an enormous throwing distance of the water towards the source of the fire.
With a 350° rotatable and +20° to +80° vertically adjustable monitor, the remote-controlled fire-fighting support vehicle penetrates to the site of operation under the most difficult conditions, e.g. refinery fires. Large fires are kept under control without risking human lives.
The crawler chassis permits precise driving and turning manoeuvres with high stability and can remove moving obstacles if necessary.
Operations in extreme heat and low oxygen levels are no problem.
|diesel engine||Deutz V6 450 PS (330 kW)|
|diesel tank||200 litres|
|hydraulic tank||30 litres|
|driving speed||max. 4,5 km/h|
|water pump||Centrifugal pump,
2 pcs. Aluminum pump, seawater resistant
2x 6000 liters/min. at 8 bar or 1x 6000 liters/min. Pressure increase at 14 bar, total flow max. 18,000 litres/min.
|monitor||Hollow beam monitor
350° rotatable, +20° to +80° vertically adjustable
|water feed||3 x 6'' Storz Ø150mm, with check valve|
|water filters||10mm x 10mm grid|
|work lamps||3 pieces (standard) 24V, LED spotlight|
|remote control||Range approx. 300 m|