Description du projet

54m Fire Aerial Platform METEOR 540 TBI / OS

EN 1777 + EN 1846

Our telescopic articulated boom aerial platforms for firefighting are equipped with the Apollo Rescue Cage which adds to performance on rescue scenes with the safest way to access the challenging spots, extract victims, deploy the crew and operate high discharge monitors. Among the various features listed:
• Enlarged surface for fully equipped 5 firefighters.
• Enlarged surface with front, side and rear multi openings, all secured by safety sensors.
• Computer controlled obstacle protection upon approach.

Offering ergonomic functionality and man-machine interfacing, our control and monitoring system  is supported by 3 different full colors LCD displays at all 3 control Stations. Steering Assistance by Monitoring System depends on same built-in vehicle electronic technology based on full redundancy.

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Technical Data

Performances :

Working Height: 54.00m
Rescue Height: 53.10m
Max. Outreach: 24m
Rescue Cage Load: 400kg
Negative Access: -8.00m

Possible types of vehicles :

Minimum G.V.W.: 32 Tons

Installation on lower tonnages, please contact us

Specifications :

Boom geometry 4+2
Slope / Tilting operation: 7°
45 km/h wind operation
H Type Outtrigger – track width 6m at full extension
No tail swing turret
Compliant to European standard EN 1777
Telescopic Waterway
CCS3 Monitoring system
Water curtain for rescue cage
Monitor 4000 L/min max
Full aluminum made bodyworks


Strecher with 2-point Bearing
Breathing air Line
Thermic and color camera
IR obstacle recognition
Electrical line detection
Hydraulic tools quick coupling in rescue cage

Options – G.V.W >32T

Water pump: 6000 L/min
Water / Foam tank: 2000 L
CAFS – Compressed air Foam System
Around the pump foam system
Rescue Ladder

For more platform options, please contact us before ordering
Other request could be done and will be studied by EGI-KLUBB Group Design Office