Meet China’s new $456,000 super-soaker. This unique fire truck features a jet-powered water cannon that sprays four tons of water per minute at distances up to 400 feet. The water is said to move at such speed that it choke fires from the oxygen surrounding them.

This all sounds pretty good but how does it perform in practice? Check this video below and find out:

At the moment there are only 12 fire trucks built which are all located in the fire department of China’s Luoyang City.

via Engadget.

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3 Responses to “China’s New Fire Truck with Jet-powered Water Cannon”

  1. The question is how long does it last?

  2. Sounds great, it might require hardly few seconds to empty the tank. Will it really help to get control over the fire?
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