Fire trucks, also known as fire trucks, are vehicles used exclusively for fire fighting or other emergency rescue purposes. Fire trucks can be divided into pump trucks (pump trucks), ladder trucks and other specialized vehicles. Fire trucks are usually stationed in the fire station, and firefighters drive to the scene when an alarm occurs.
Fire-fighting vehicles are mobile fire-fighting technical equipment used by people for fire-fighting, auxiliary fire-fighting or fire-fighting rescue. They are designed and manufactured according to the needs of different rescue objects and fire fighting operations, and are suitable for firefighters to use and equip various fire-fighting equipment or fire-extinguishing agents. vehicle. With the rapid development of modern science and technology, especially the rapid development of the petrochemical industry, the emergence of high-rise buildings, the highly developed transportation and the continuous development of new fire-extinguishing agents, and the main tools used by fire-fighting forces to fight fires are also Variety of fire trucks have developed into high-power, high-efficiency, multi-variety series, and a variety of fire engines have emerged to meet the needs of the development of fire fighting technology.