China-Fire-fighting Missile

Chinese highrise fire-fighting missile system now operational

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Beijing, China - Recent
1. Various of truck mounted highrise fire-fighting missile system
2. Target in air for performance show
3. Various of fire-fighting missiles ready on carrier truck
4. Various of missile being fired at target
5. Various of target being hit by fire-fighting missile
6. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Qiu Xuyang, chief designer, Highrise Fire-fighting System, China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation:
"The fire-fighting missile system's carrier truck could be deployed to the site according to the actual situation and the missiles could be fired at targets 100 up to 400 meters away."
7. Various of fire-fighting missile being fired, hitting target hut
8. Various of slow-motion video footage of fire-fighting missile being fired, hitting target hut
9. Animation of fire-fighting missile being fired, putting out fire in target hut

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Chinese engineers have successfully put military industrial technologies into a fire-fighting missile system aimed at putting out highrise fires. The system has recently won the necessary technical approval from related authorities.

The system, mounted on a carrier truck, can fire 24 missiles to heights up to 400 meters.

When the missile fired from the truck hits the target area, the fire-extinguishing agent it carries would be sprayed out upon impact and put out fire around.

"The fire-fighting missile system's carrier truck could be deployed to the site according to the actual situation and the missiles could be fired at targets 100 up to 400 meters away," said Qiu Xuyang, the chief designer of the Highrise Fire-fighting Missile System of the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation.

The system could be ready in just three minutes after being deployed at any fire site, according to Qiu.

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  • ID : 5000753
  • Published : 2014-12-19 21:55
  • Last Modified : 2017-12-20 18:29:00
  • Location : Beijing, China ,
  • Category : science and technology
  • Audio Language : Chinese/Nats/Part Mute
  • Source : China Central Television (CCTV)
  • Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland
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China-Fire-fighting Missile

Chinese highrise fire-fighting missile system now operational

Dateline : Recent

Location : Beijing, China ,

  • English

Beijing, China - Recent
1. Various of truck mounted highrise fire-fighting missile system
2. Target in air for performance show
3. Various of fire-fighting missiles ready on carrier truck
4. Various of missile being fired at target
5. Various of target being hit by fire-fighting missile
6. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Qiu Xuyang, chief designer, Highrise Fire-fighting System, China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation:
"The fire-fighting missile system's carrier truck could be deployed to the site according to the actual situation and the missiles could be fired at targets 100 up to 400 meters away."
7. Various of fire-fighting missile being fired, hitting target hut
8. Various of slow-motion video footage of fire-fighting missile being fired, hitting target hut
9. Animation of fire-fighting missile being fired, putting out fire in target hut

Chinese engineers have successfully put military industrial technologies into a fire-fighting missile system aimed at putting out highrise fires. The system has recently won the necessary technical approval from related authorities.

The system, mounted on a carrier truck, can fire 24 missiles to heights up to 400 meters.

When the missile fired from the truck hits the target area, the fire-extinguishing agent it carries would be sprayed out upon impact and put out fire around.

"The fire-fighting missile system's carrier truck could be deployed to the site according to the actual situation and the missiles could be fired at targets 100 up to 400 meters away," said Qiu Xuyang, the chief designer of the Highrise Fire-fighting Missile System of the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation.

The system could be ready in just three minutes after being deployed at any fire site, according to Qiu.

ID : 5000753

Published : 2014-12-19 21:55

Last Modified : 2017-12-20 18:29:00

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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