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Professional equipment for wildland firefighters
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Heliskid

Use the water wherever you want

Heliskid is an all-new maneuvering tool combined for helicopters used for forest fire work. It is a compact and versatile skid unit that can be transported by ground or air for easier direct attack water line maneuvers in remote areas that cannot be accessed with today’s extinguishing systems using trucks or pick-ups with standard kits.

Purpose

The Heliskid can be helitransported to remote areas pick up trucks can’t go so a tank can be located in a strategic point for extinguishing work. The purpose is to quickly deploy the structure/deposit wherever needed to be filled with water from a helicopter in inaccessible areas and pressure-feed the water from the tank through the fire pump and hoses.

Components
Heliskid is made up of

1. Foldable canvas tank of 3,000 l.
2. 4 lifting points.
3. 4 stages motorpump with a 13HP, 18HP or 23HP engine.
4. Reinforced aluminum main structure.
5. Fuel tank 12 l.
6. Telescopic structure.

Transport and unloading

Means of transportation

Compact for transport with any pick up model. Also is possible to carry 2 heliskid more by tow.

Unloading

4 telescopic legs must to be assembled to adapt skid unit to the ground, get the vehicle free and be ready to load water.

Helitransport

Heliskid aerial transport from the vehicle unloading position to the remote area where the fire is to be attacked.

Deployment
Sequence of use

Canvas tank must be deployed to let helicopters fill it by water discharge.

1. Transportation

2. Stabilization.

3. Filling.

4. Use.

Pick Up adaptation

Dimensions are adjusted for adaptation to most pickups such as the double-cab Nissan Navara. It occupies all of the back of the vehicle for more volume capacity as a water tank.

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