Fire Raiders Limited – Proudly African, South African born and bred
Fire Raiders manufacture a comprehensive range of fire-fighting and crash rescue vehicles innovatively designed to meet the specific requirements of the unique African fire and rescue vehicle market. Additionally they are key agents for the supply of some of the worlds best known fire-fighting and crash-rescue apparatus including Bronto Skylift, Godiva, Hale, Holmatro and Williams Fire & Hazard Control.
Through their Strategic Alliance Partnerships (SAP), Fire Raiders partners with local suppliers to strengthen local content and to empower service providers; as well as bringing stability to the market.
Their comprehensive range of South African built fire-engines include the Destroyer, Interceptor, Spartan, Warrior and Wolf ranges of pumping appliances, Terminator water tankers, Trojan bush pumpers, Centurion industrial fire-fighting vehicles and their flagship Brutus range of commercial chassis based airport rescue and fire-fighting vehicles.
Their flagship commercial chassis based Brutus aircraft rescue and fire-fighting vehicle aptly named after Mr Marc Brutus a retired Chief Airport Fire Officer at the Seychelles Civil Aviation Authority (who received the prototype model) is available on a range of international chassis brands. The Brutus is offered with various crew cabin configurations, fire-engineering options to meet the customers exact requirements and a premium top hamper manufactured in GRP with integral tanks, or a modular all aluminium construction.
The Brutus is available with an extensive list of innovative options and engineered for the maximum frontline operational life in the most extreme weather conditions. Every completed Brutus ARFF vehicle is thoroughly proof tested at the Gerotek Test Facility in Pretoria prior to delivery to the customer. The Brutus range continues to go from strength to strength with multi vehicle deliveries in 2017 to Zanzibar, Mthatha and North West Province.
Brutus ARFF vehicles meet all current ICAO and NFPA requirements.
For more information, go to www.fireraiders.co.za