The Metz turntable ladder is arguably the quickest, lightest, strongest and most refined Fire Fighting Turntable Ladder on the global fire & rescue market. With the new L32A, the speed and accuracy of turntable ladder technology now encompasses increased accuracy and agility with refined articulated features seen from an ALP, but with an average time of 90 seconds faster deployment than the ALP concept, the Aerial Operator can deploy the ladder set to 32m and provide water in a crucial minute and a half faster than the crew would be used to with an ALP. And with an average 3 tonne weight saving over an ALP, the Aerial crew will have more chance to arrive on the scene quicker than an ALP too with a lighter and potentially more agile appliance.
Metz have manufactured turntable ladders since 1842 and have potentially the highest retention of production staff in the business. With Metz being part of the Rosenbauer Group, the bodywork of the appliance shows off complete refinement with a production finish enviable to any coach builder.