The Aerial Fire Truck Concept Equips Engines with Escalators

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jan 6, 2011 • References: rescue-conveyer & neatorama
Love it or hate it, technology has become integral in the invention of safety and rescue systems like the Aerial Fire Truck. One of Orville Douglas Denison's rapid evacuation systems, this Rescue Conveyer contraption turns a ladder into an escalator and mounts it to an emergency vehicle.

Capable of hoisting firefighters up in 200ft per minute, the Aerial Fire Truck boasts the possibility of safely lowering four victims down in under four minutes. Reaching 113ft high, the Aerial Fire Truck conveyor belt ladder is the future of efficient evacuation technology. Stats for Revolutionary Rescue Vehicles Trending: Older & Warm
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