Firefighting robot (robotic fire monitor) based on fire monitors, water/foam, universal, fixed, with flow rate of 50, 60, 70, 80 l/s, program/remote-controlled, with fire targeting detector in the IR-range.

The firefighting robot is applied for formation of extinguishing solution streams with adjustable spray angle from a straight stream to a dispersed at 90°. The firefighting robot is used for fire suppression, cooling of buildings and technological structures, precipitation of poisoned or radioactive gases, fumes and dusts in fire hazardous zones.

The firefighting robot is included into the robotic fire suppression system.


Name of parameters
50 60 70 80
Nominal pressure, MPa 0,8
Operating pressure range, MPa 0,4-1,0
Flow rate of water (foam agent solution), l/s 50 60 70 80
Stream range (outermost) at nominal pressure, m, not less than::
- straight water stream 70 75 85 87
- dispersed (at a stream discharge angle of 30°) 43 44 46 50
- straight foam 60 63 65 70
Angle range of a dispersed water stream, degrees 0-90
Working area of monitor rotation, degrees:
- vertical up +90 to -70
- horizontal 345
Ignition detection device IR
Coordinate system spherical
detection range of the test fire source TP-5, m, not less than 20
Displacement speed, degree/s:
- sprinkling / targeting 3-6 / 8-10
Electric supply voltage, V -
Service life, years 10
Weight, kg, not more than -
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Certificates All certificates

Certificate of Conformity № EAEU RU S-RU.ChS13.V00639/22 dated 22.08.2022.

Products: robotic fire suppression systems in general industrial and explosion-proof versions, are manufactured in accordance with the Technical specifications TU 4854-005-16820082-2005 with amendment No. 5 ”Robotic fire suppression systems. Technical specifications”. Serial production

The products comply with the requirements of the Technical regulations TR EAEU 043/2017 "On the requirements for fire safety and fire extinguishing equipment".

Certificate validity period: from 22.08.2022 till 21.08.2027

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