Fire trucks are considered the most specialized and technical rescue vehicles, and many organizations, organizations, factories, industrial units, etc. use the most modern and well-equipped fire trucks to carry out their firefighting missions.
Some large industrial groups or refineries have established a well-equipped fire station in their factory premises and use several tankers and advanced vehicles with a number of trained personnel.
Also, some medium or small industrial units also use small firefighting vehicles, which are called leading vehicles, due to the risks in their work.
Leading vehicles, as one of the vehicles of the fire brigade, can play a very important role in the success of fire brigades at the start of fire extinguishing operations.
These vehicles are made up of different types based on the type of missions they are responsible for.
Types of fire stations
This station has all the fire engines that, in addition to the duty of extinguishing fire, can handle them in case of various incidents.
In this station, in addition to having fire fighting machines, they also have specialized rescue equipment in the field of incidents such as floods, earthquakes, etc.
This station supports the previous stations, and all the heavy and super heavy fire fighting machines and equipment are kept in these stations.
Leading fire engine
One of the heavy vehicles in the single-purpose fire station, where the team commander and firefighters are present during the mission, also moves in front of the fleet.
Pesro fire engine
This machine is also located in the single-purpose fire station and its water tank capacity is more than the leading machine, that is why it has the ability to supply the required water in fire extinguishing operations.
Pipe fire truck
This machine is light and is used in small firefighting operations.
Rescue fire truck
This car is related to the dual-purpose fire and rescue station and has specialized and light equipment