Singapore-based company, Hope Technik, has revealed its fifth-generation Red-colored Rhino, or LF5G, which is dependant on an Isuzu D-Max for light fire attack work.
Created For LIGHT FIRE attack work, anticipation Technik, Red-colored Rhino, or LF5G may be the fifth-generation vehicle the organization has built-in this style. Based off an Isuzu D-Max, the Red-colored Rhino is made for fast response in urban conditions and it was commissioned through the Singapore Civil Defence Pressure.
The Red-colored Rhino is supposed to carry one “emergency medical specialist” in addition to four firefighters, which the organization stated “is really a reaction to growing demands put on SCDF for emergency medical attention. The automobile features a new compartment to keep medical save equipment, enabling the crew to manage treatment. Additionally, it offers a greatly enhanced ergonomic design that enables for simple egress”.
“We’re highly devoted to comprehending the procedures of SCDF in Singapore’s urban atmosphere to make sure that the LF5G is extremely manoeuvrable and customized to the requirements of SCDF,” stated Vinoth Pannirsilvam, Chief Engineer from the LF5G.
Standing almost two-metres tall, two-metres wide, and 5.5-metres lengthy, the LF5G, or Red-colored Rhino runs clever 1-button push technology “which enables the consumer to change between driving and moving mode effortlessly”.
To guarantee the maximum utilization of space, Hoipe Technik mounted foam water tanks up within the wheel pads, as the engineers handled to “pack” the pumps and general fire fighting equipment more effectively. “The enhanced rear compartment enables two Compressed Air Foam System backpacks to become saved and retrieved very easily,” the organization stated.
As the car headlights and front grille are pretty much original, the relaxation from the body was remodeled and built from fibreglass. The bonnet is totally new and it was decreased in comparison with this around the D-Max to supply enhanced forward vision for that driver.
The organization didn’t say anything about suspension modifications or if it maintained some×4 system in the D-Max, but we’d suggest it did. And, to handle additional weight water, etc, it might have needed to have fitted aftermarket suspension.