Jet Powered Fire Truck Video


We imagine China’s jet equipped fire truck got plenty of use over the Spring Festival holiday, blasting 4 tons of water every minute from it’s 3 Million Yuan ($400,000)  jet water cannon.

Take a brief look at the Jet Powered Fire truck in action during a training exercise after the jump.

Looking at the video you can see that the sheer awesomeness of the jet cannon has meant that the truck can not actually carry it’s own water and has to be connected to a back up fire truck and water tank, which in turn needs to be plumbed in to the nearest fire hydrant to keep itself from running dry!

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4 Comments

  1. February 24, 2012

    I show the jet power Fire Truck Video. It is really well to stay away from the fire. It is well planned truck and connected a big water tank. Fire barter is a blazon of car or accoutrement acclimate in acceptable or allowance to put out ample fires through the incorporation of describe corrupt and baptize catch basin aural it.

  2. Lone Mountain Truck Leasing
    February 24, 2012

    I show the jet power Fire Truck Video. It is really well to stay away from the fire. It is well planned truck and connected a big water tank. Fire barter is a blazon of car or accoutrement acclimate in acceptable or allowance to put out ample fires through the incorporation of describe corrupt and baptize catch basin aural it.

  3. March 19, 2012

    Hah, well, there’s no choice but to be impressed by the power! It’s a bit on the impractical side, as it requires another truck for water, though. Well, it can be helpful for those big fires, and it’s nonetheless an interesting concept for fire-trucks in general…

  4. Guest
    March 19, 2012

    Hah, well, there’s no choice but to be impressed by the power! It’s a bit on the impractical side, as it requires another truck for water, though. Well, it can be helpful for those big fires, and it’s nonetheless an interesting concept for fire-trucks in general…