It's a Nuclear Life for This U1300l Safety Mog
We recently supplied this impressive looking U1300L mog to our local nuclear power station. It has been uniquely designed to bespoke requirements and will be used for health and safety procedures in case of an emergency. The need has arisen since the 2011 earthquake which caused a tsunami in Japan and devastated the town of Fukushima, seriously endangering its nuclear facilities.
The mog has been fitted with a brand new Fassi F65 marinised 6 ton crane and sub frame and it tows a large heavy duty reel of water hose. The set up has been designed to collect large volumes of water from the nearby sea and we've fitted various bits and pieces to help complete this task. Features include a pump and PTO unit for crane, 1050kg electric hoist with 22m cable for lowering the pump into the sea, a DV15000 electric winch to front, a cradle to fit the winch to crane, framework to secure the cradle to a bollard on the quayside and 3 hitches - two adjustable height towing hitches and one 50mm nato hitch.
We also adapted the standard rear body with special fabrications such as safety rails, steps and access gate. Then we painted the whole thing in fabulous RAL3000 fire engine red and added a flashing beacon and reversing buzzer to complete the safety vehicle package.