Hungarian engineers built a water injected jet turbine for fire suppression and proved its potential extinguishing difficult oil-fires after the Gulf War.

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  1. This is a pretty old design, actually they “invented” it when there were some gas-well fires in Hungary at Zsana and Algyő. The whole thing is a BTR (russian troop vehicle) with a MIG jet engine built on the top, and of course some water pipes to deliver the water. Can extinguish an oil rig fire in less than a minute, as you can see it… 🙂

    See this: [url=][/url]

  2. w00t! it’s german, I can understand it!

    Posted by: Julian on 14 Nov 2006 | 11:55 pm

    what german? its Hungarian! Thats why its good.