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MOC: The Farnheim Fire Department (Part 3)


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#1 Farnheim

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Posted 25 April 2012 - 12:17 PM

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The next part of this little series will bring you the fire service equipment of the "Farnheim International Airport".

The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has given standards for every civil aerodromes and hat put them into different fire fighting categories based on the maximum size of an airplane the airport can handle. And that are all jets and aircrafts up to a hull length of 76 and a hull diameter of 8 meters. Therefore the "Farnheim International Airport" is a category 9 airport of ICAO-standards, which means, it has the second highest level of safety requirements. And for this reason the airport fire department has a huge, moderm and very effective range of different cars and trucks on duty.

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2 trucks of the mobile command center can be parked back to back as one unit.

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Rapid intervention vehicle based on a cab design of Pierre Normandin.

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Standard engine for incidents within the structured areas (e.g. terminals, parking lots).

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Actual smaller airport crash tender.

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"The big one" - the airport FD owns 4 trucks. 2 of them are equipped with this new HRET (High reach and extendable turret) with a spray snozzle at its end.

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Older crash tender (reserve) that carries 7.500 l of water and 1.200 l of AFFF foam.

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The new ladder features a lowered cab.

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Rescue stair vehicle.

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Truck for technical assistence.

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The logistics group can count on such a "Sprinter".

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Heavy rescue truck for building up and run a triage.

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"Unimog"-look-alike MPV with a snow plow that can also pull a trolley for towing away broken down airplanes.

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Annother swap body truck and the container that carries the trolley.

The next and final round will bring you the equiment of the fire brigade of a petrochemical complex.
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#2 lightningtiger

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Posted 25 April 2012 - 12:30 PM

Goodness more wonderful 4 wide's......'Farnheim' you are the guru of the 4 wide's ! :excited:
They are all wonderful, but again where's the fire houses for these wonderful creations.....please more ! :moar:
Brick On 'Farnheim' ! :classic:

#3 LEGO Guy Bri

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Posted 25 April 2012 - 01:02 PM

More great trucks you've created! I'm glad you revised the ladder truck. Now the driver can see much better. It seems as if your upcoming city will be well prepared for any emergency. Keep up the great work   Posted Image
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#4 Sabrien Reed

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Posted 25 April 2012 - 01:49 PM

These are gorgeous to look at.  They are well made and well shot.  Thanks so much for sharing!

#5 The Blue Brick

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Posted 25 April 2012 - 07:55 PM

Yes, more vehicles, but wheres the station. The vehicles are all great.

The unimog one especially.  :classic:

I can't wait to see part 4.  :wink:

#6 Ezechielle

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Posted 25 April 2012 - 07:58 PM

Very nice! I love your little 4-wide vehicles! They have the clean design of new MOC's with a nostalgic "classic" touch in the overall look. Very nice!
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