THJ80 The mobile Turbo Hydro Jet – THJ80
With our THJ80 system we are expanding our product portfolio with a new, innovative product. The "little" brother of the Turbo Hydro Jet box offers new solutions for fire protection and disaster control.
This individually adjustable module helps fire brigades, authorities and disaster control worldwide to master their daily requirements from a safe distance. The module can be mounted on any existing fire fighting vehicle, on turntable ladders or on remote controlled tracked undercarriages and can be used immediately.
By adding different additives, e.g. a 3-dimensional and area-wide disinfection (e.g. in stadiums, train stations, leisure parks, etc.) can be carried out within a short time. Interiors can be dried again after a short, defined exposure time by the warm air stream.
Clever spray jet technology – safe, efficient & eco-friendly
With a water input of 80 to 150 l/min, the THJ80 generates a spray jet cloud with an average droplet size of approx. 400 μm, which rains in a controlled manner over a distance of approx. 10 to 50 m and a height of 30 m. The engine, water monitors, water flow, water pressure and geometry are coordinated in such a way that the spray jet produces an average precipitation rate of approx. 4 - 6 l/(m² × min).
Technical data & performance data of THJ80
- THJ80 L/W/H = approx. 1.150 × 740 × 1.500 mm
- Jet engines modified jet engines
- Weight approx. 100 kg (plus diesel 60 l)
- Pivoting range canopy horizontal 270°, vertical –10° to +45°
- Electrical system onboard, independent
- Fuel supply onboard, independent
- Operating fluids onboard fuel, oil
- Operating fluids external water/foam (1 × C-Storz hose)
- Driving power approx. 2 × 50 hp (2 × kW 37)
- Air flow approx. 2 × 1 m³/s
- Spraying width approx. 60 m
- Spraying height approx. 30 m
- Spraying surface 180° approx. 40 m²
- Precipitation rate approx. 2 – 4 l/(m² × min)
- Foam concentration approx. foam 0 – 9 %
THJ80 APPLICATION SCENARIOS
The THJ technology can be used in the following areas of emergency response:
Precipitation, washing out and dilution of toxic gases and aerosols (e. g. ammonia, chlorosilane, hydrogen cyanide, radionuclides)
Fighting pool fires with water and foam (e. g. tank farms, containers, drum storage)
Three-dimensional cooling of objects and facilities (e. g. chemical plants, steel works, tanks, columns, complex steel structures).
Shielding of plants and objects from fire sources
Pressurized ventilation and smoke extraction (e. g. halls, large buildings)
Large area disinfection/decontamination