The ITURRI Group boasts the widest range of fire fighting vehicles on the market, with aerial apparatus and command vehicles for urban and peri-urban areas. They are leaders in fire brigades in France, Chile, Spain and Portugal, with innovative designs adapted to the specific needs of each client.
ITURRI builds vehicles with water capacities of 600 to 4000 litres, single and double cabs, lockers with maximum space for equipment, etc. The best chassis on the market are used: IVECO, Man, Renault and Mercedes, among others.
The bodywork on the new exclusive ECOPOLYFIRE technology is 100% recyclable, lighter, more resistant and longer lasting than other materials, allowing greater capacity for water and more compact vehicles for excellent manoeuvrability in an urban environment.
The ITURRI Group is the official distributor of the IVECO-MAGIRUS Turntable Ladder in Spain, the world leader of this type of vehicle.
Turntable ladder vehicles are mixed rescue and fire extinguishing vehicles with platforms for rescue from heights and they boast a fully automatic operation system, high manoeuvrability speed and great reliability. They have the highest and most versatile ladders on the market: 27m, 32m, 39m, 42m, 55m and 60m.
The turntable ladder vehicles have 4 outriggers under the vehicle which adapt to the available width of the space and can balance the ladder even when the ground is uneven.
Possibility of articulating and extending the last section of the ladder enabling rescue teams to work -40º above the horizontal. Thus the fire fighters can attack fires from behind roofs, or carry out rescue work in deep areas.
The rescue cage enables the adaptation of different accessories such as a rescue stretcher or a monitor to spray water.
The ITURRI Group is the official distributor of the VEMA rescue boom in Spain.
The rescue booms enable the rescue of people as well as extinguishing fires.
The rescue cage has a large load capacity (500Kg) and allows horizontal turning to approach the target. The vehicles incorporate the majority of rescue and extinguishing components on a permanent basis: water/foam monitor of 3,800 LPM to 8 bar, folding tray for stretcher and lighting.
The ACP is a mobile container, furnished and equipped with communication equipment, from where the operations of the different teams involved in an emergency are managed and coordinated: fire fighters, police, ambulances, civil protection, etc.
It is easily and quickly transported and installed which enables immediate action in any emergency situation.
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