Hytrans photos Hytrans at Brookvale.The submersible pump is connected above ground to the mains. Hytrans at Brookvale, providing water for 5x standard FRNSW hoses. Hytrans submersible pump at Kooragang Island fire. Pumped 11.6 million litres of water over 1km to the fire ground. Hytrans submersible pump at Kooragang Island fire. Pumped 11.6 million litres of water over 1km to the fire ground. Lismore tip fire, used the Hytrans HS150 bulk water system. Water sourced from the treatment plant. Wauchope fire 2019. access to water with the Hytrans HS150 and the submersible pump. Wauchope fire 2019. Pumping water up from the river and can pump over more than 1km. Wauchope fire 2019. No suction problem as the pump is a hydraulic submersible. Wauchope fire 2019. The HS150 submersible pump providing water over the bridge. Eden woodchip mill fire Eden woodchip mill fire FRNSW Hytrans hose layer at a fire in Kings Park. Spencer Creek and Mangrove Creek Dec 2019 Spencer and Mangrove Creek Dec 2019 Spencer and Mangrove Creek Dec 2019 FRNSW Hytrans Eden woodchip mill fire FRNSW Lismore dewatering flood water FRNSW Wauchope FRNSW Hytrans bulk water system deployed over bridge railing, supplying water from the river. FRNSW Hytrans unit being airlifted to the Victorian peat fires FRNSW Hytrans unit being airlifted to the Victorian peat fires The system can be removed using a hook arm. The storage compartment takes 2,000 metres of 6 " hose. Hytrans submersible pump deployed down the stairwell to dewater a flooded carpark Burwood, NSW The unit has a fixed installed hose layer compartment and can store up to 2000m of 6" hose. FR NSW Hytrans Eden woodchip mill fire The submersible hydraulic HS150 pump can pump water up vertically from 60 metres below. Here it is at the Port of Mackay. FRNSW bulk water transfer system, Hytrans HS150 with hoselayer and hose box. Easy semi-automatic hose pick-up with limited manpower. The HRU has a hydraulic double roller unit and a swivel joint allows it to choose its pick-up angle. Electronic eye sensors open rollers to allow coupling sets to automatically enter the container storage. The pump is powered by a 6-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine to disperse high volumes of water. HydroSub 150 power pack is in the foreground and the submersible pump in the water in the background. The skid the pack is mounted on can be easily installed in any small vehicle. It is connected to the submersible pump by a 60 meter hydraulic hose. The power packs can be configured together for increased water delivery. The pump has wheels and 4 handles to enable a 4 person lift from a water source. The HS150 pump can be linked to mains water to deliver high output volumes. The hose recovery unit is hydraulically driven and has a 2 speed remote control. It can pick up at a rate of 1,000 m of large diameter hose in only 30 minutes. Large diameter hoses are necessary for transport of high volumes of water at high pressure as they reduce friction. These trucks are commissioned by the German fire brigade. The units are capable of delivering 3,500 litres per minute of water each. The submersible pump can source from shallow open water without cavitation with a 60 meter hydraulic hose length radius and a depth reach of 60 metres down. The submersibles will allow delivery of 24,000 liters per minute. All elements are mounted on a hook lift skid platform Hytrans CC6500. The storage compartment holds 2,000 metres of 152/6" layflat hose. The Hytrans long distance relay system has an extremely flat performance curve at long distance. The units each consist of a hydraulic high volume pump, 2 kms of 152 mm hose in a hose layer container and a hydraulically powered hose recovery unit. They are each mounted on truck with hook-arm system. The truck will supply water for fire and flood response. Each hose pictured is 1,800 m. The time to lay both hoses of total 3,600m is approx 30 mins. The unit has 4 access doors -2 on each side. All outside doors and roofs are anodised and seawater proof. Rear door opening on left to 270 degrees. The unit has a revolutionary integrated foam proportioning system and due to the absence of a conventional proportioner there is no pressure loss in the main line. The Flood Module is carried in a standard container and is capable of reaching a capacity of over 40,000 liters per minute. The unit can deliver 24,000 liters per minute of water at 12 bar. Main components are installed on a hook lift skid platform. The HRU 300 can pick up hose at the rate of 1km of hose in 30 minutes. It has 2-speed control from a portable remote & its swivel joint enables pick up at difficult roadside positions. Hytrans HS1200 mobile pump unit container mainframe on truck with hook-arm lift off system. Electronic eye sensors cause the first pressure rollers to open as the coupling set approaches and then again to close while rear rollers open - all in a few seconds. Hydraulic supply for HRU is usually taken from the hooklift system (PTO) Optionally Hoselayers, DuoContainers and CombiContainers can be equipped with a PowerPack. Speedy hose layer of thousands of metres of large diameter hoses up to 300 mm at a speed of 40km/h. High volume water delivery for fire safety when ships are unloading. Here a truck mounted Hytrans Hydrosub 150 is used. Hytrans HS1200 with diesel hydraulic power pack and main boost pump fixed installed in pump housing. The pump and hose recovery unit are mounted on a Hytrans Combi Container CC5500 skid on an A frame. Showing options of deployment in rough terrain. Hytrans HS1200 x 2 side by side on banks of Brisbane River with a water capacity of 30,000 litres per minute each. The air intake dust filter is optional for desert and desert conditions. Unit comprises of a hose recovery system, hydraulic high volume fire pump and hose storage container. ALCO Trailer 300 monitor. Flow capacity of 30,000lpm and adjustable jet/spray nozzle. High volume hydraulic pump using sea water. Stability through lowerable axle (manual hydraulic pump) and spring loaded outriggers. Max 16 bar. Swivel range is 360° & vertical 30°-75° (releasable lock).