What are the specific classifications of fire engines?
(2) medium-sized fire engines. Medium fire truck refers to the chassis in the carrying capacity of 50008000kg fire truck. "Include all kinds of medium tank foam fire truck, fire truck, fire truck, powder - foam powder universal fire truck, aerial platform fire truck, fire truck ladders, lift high jet fire communication and command, fire truck, fire truck, lighting fire smoke, fire investigation car, fire truck, fire truck water propaganda equipment, fire trucks, fire trucks and other foam.
(3) heavy fire engine. A heavy-duty fire engine is a fire engine with a chassis carrying capacity above 8000kg. Including all kinds of heavy water fire engines, foam fire truck, powder fire truck, fire truck, carbon dioxide -- foam powder universal fire truck, aerial platform fire truck ladder truck, etc..
(two) classification according to the function and use of fire engines;(L) fire extinguishing engines: fire engines with independent extinguishing of fire extinguishing agents, fire engines, water tanks, fire engines, foam fire engines, dry powder fire engines, etc..(2) Airport Fire Engines: fire fighting vehicles specially designed to handle aircraft fire accidents and fire extinguishing agents in use. Specific: airport rescue pilot, fire engines, emergency rescue fire engines.(3) specialized fire engines: fire engines which take care of a special fire fighting technique except fire fighting. Specific communications command, fire engines, lighting fire engines, emergency rescue fire engines, reconnaissance fire engines, fire engines, smoke exhaust fire engines, etc..(4) lift a fire engine: that is, a fire fighting device with lifting and extinguishing devices for climbing fire or fire rescue. They are: aerial platform fire truck, fire truck, lift jet ladder truck.
(1) classification of carrying capacity of fire engines chassis;(1) light fire truck. A light fire engine is a fire truck with a chassis carrying capacity of 500 - 5000kg. It mainly includes light fire engines, light foam fire engines, light dry powder fire engines, light communication command vehicles, light reconnaissance fire engines, etc..