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SCDF unveils 3 marine firefighting vessels

22 Aug 2019 09:00

By Charmaine Ng

Three new marine firefighting vessels - including the world's most powerful in terms of water output - were commissioned by the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) yesterday.

The heavy fire vessel, called Red Sailfish, is able to pump out 240,000 litres of seawater per minute. It will be operational next year, along with a marine rescue vessel named Red Dolphin and a heavy rescue vessel named Red Manta.

The Red Sailfish is equipped with 12 water and foam monitors that allow 360-degree firefighting coverage, six automated decontamination shower cubicles, and a launch and recovery system for the deployment of a rigid-hulled inflatable boat for rescue operations.

Built by defence technology firm ST Engineering's marine arm, it also features on-board detection capabilities for hazardous materials, and a chemical-biological-radiological (CBR) protection system.

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