security at crashtest Posted 15.10.2017

A SEKA compressed air system (ADLA) for probably the most modern Crashtest center in the world.

In order to be able to safely carry around 900 chase tests and 1,700 sled tests, it is essential to protect the employees of the rescue team in the event of an accident.

The task was to protect the driver of the rescue vehicle against poisonous gases and vapors in the event of a fire and to provide fresh air. A conventional respiratory protection mask with compressed air supply has the disadvantage that the all-round view and the field of view of the driver are additionally impaired during a fire by the breathing air supply.

Here, we rely on the proven technology of SEKA Schutzbelüftung GmbH.

The Manitou forklift was equipped with an ADLA independent compressed air system and the cab was upgraded to a pressurized cabin. The breathing air required in the event of a fire is stored in compressed air cylinders. The ADLA is switched on if necessary and supplies the driver with fresh air without restricting the circular view or the mobility.

We wish the operator and the rescue team a safe and accident-free time.

 

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