Between February 25th and 28th, Surtruck was present with its own stand at SICUR, the International Safety Exhibition, presenting its main innovations in the firefighting sector.
Located in Hall 4 of IFEMA Feria de Madrid, Surtruck was visited by hundreds of professionals who were able to see the wide range of vehicles and equipment for fire, civil protection and rescue services.
The great protagonist of the stand was the new vehicle that will soon be delivered to the Seville Fire Service. The new light urban pump (BUL), exhibited at SICUR, is built on an Iveco chassis, with an integrated six seat cabin; its power is 210 cv and it has a 1.500 litre tank. The vehicle will soon be added to the existing fleet, which includes several vehicles designed and manufactured by Surtruck.
In addition to the technological innovation in vehicle bodywork, Surtruck is the official distributor in Spain of a wide variety of fire-fighting equipment, through the brands Fire Maul Tools, Dforcible and Delta Fire.
On the morning of the 26th, a demonstration of how the Dforcible door is used for training firefighters was offered to those present, with the use of Fire Maul Tools mallets and halligans.
During the four days of this international event, the attendees who visited Surtruck’s stand were able to see first-hand the main features of the company’s identity. Under the motto “Ahead of Innovation”, Surtruck’s design and technology meet the efficiency and safety requirements of the sector, as well as the commitment to the environment throughout its manufacturing process.
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