BAI - Hydraulic Platforms
HYDRAULIC PLATFORMS FOR ELEVATED RESCUE
A Hydraulic Platform (HP) is a large fire appliance used mainly to efficiently rescue from high rise tower blocks and other tall buildings. It is essentially a large crane fitted with a caged platform which can be hoisted to heights well over 30 metres in some cases.
The platform is raised to windows or balconies to rescue stranded persons. The appliance is also capable of pumping water and as such occasionally these units are also used to direct hose reel water jets into a fire from an elevated position.
BAI VPI Hydraulic Platforms range includes firefighting and rescue platforms from 18 to 54 m working height, complete with high technology for electronics, checking and mixing devices.