Mobile Fire fighting set 600 m3

We have delivered 2 mobile pumpsets this week to an overseas customer. These trailerized pumpsets can work up to 5 m above the water level without the use of a submersible pump. In order to do this, 3 non collapsible hoses are deployed. A n automatic vacuum priming system primes the pump within one minute after starting.

The pump is driven by a Caterpillar C-9 diesel engine. A monitor from FFS in Norway is capable of a throw length of 110 m.

This pump set is built into a full enclosed tandem axle trailer. Total weight of the unit is 3500 kgs.

This pump set is an ideal mobile solution if the Fire can be reached from the waterside. If this is not possible, the pump set can be equipped with a 8″ pressure connection to transport the water through flat hoses.

check out the video to see the performance of the unit !


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DNM Tank fire fighting project

DNM has recently delivered 2 firefighting vehicles for a tank farm. In the link below you can watch the vehicles in operation.

The capacity is 45.000 LPM and the throw length exceeds 180 m !

DNM is partner with Hycos for large capacity pumpsets, marketing and selling these globally.

DNM Tank farm firefighting

Tugboat Fifi set, Sete, France

Hycos fire fighting has commissioned a Fifi set to serve on a tugboat in Sete, France. The new fifi set enables the Tugboat to assist in fire fighting operations in the port.

The set has a capacity of 650 m3/hr and has a warp length of 120 m.


60.000 LPM mobile fire fighter

Hycos has developed together with its partners DNM and IFFS a mobile fire fighting systems with a capacity of 60.000 LPM for a single pump unit. The system is executed as a truck trailer.

The system consists of a submersible pump unit, supplying water to a large booster pump.

The submersible pump unit is mobile unit that can be lowered into the water by an A frame mounted on the trailer. Alternatively, the submersible pump unit can be self propelled.

The submersible pump is connected to the booster unit by 8″flat hoses. This pump can feed a monitor trailer located at considerable distance.

Both the hydraulically driven submersible pump and the booster pump are driven by Caterpillar engines, with a total installed capacity of 2700 HP.

The system can be completed by one or more of our monitor systems to make a very powerful fire fighting system.