The tasks and demands placed on fire brigades and civil protection units in major events and disasters are becoming more and more complex, and in turn, this necessitates the units pre-planned for such situations to be more flexible and modular. To stay one step ahead in such situations, mobile transport and logistics units with high payloads represent invaluable efficient, flexible resources.

The MST Müller Safety Trailer is a watertight, multi-function trailer that is open at the top and has a hydraulic drive-on boarding ramp. Among other things, it can be used for transporting larger loads, vehicles or contaminated materials. It is also suitable as a standby container for firewater used to fight burning vegetation, for instance. Additionally, electric vehicles that are damaged in accidents can be salvaged with the MST and temporarily held in controlled conditions after being flooded with water.


Technical Data MST

Water volume 17,000 l
Water inlet 2x Storz B
Water outlet 1x Storz A with ball valve
Total length 9,450 mm
Total width 2,550 mm
Loading space length (interior dimension) 6,916 mm
Loading space width (interior dimension) 2,418 mm
Board wall height 1,120 mm
Cable winch 8 t / 24 V
Hydraulics 11 l litres oil volume / 24 V
Permissible total weight

21,000 kg (can be reduced to 14,000 kg so that the trailer can be towed with a 40 mm towing eye)

Empty weight / payload 6,7 t / 14,3 t

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Contact us!

You can reach your point of contact Matthias Scharf by telephone at +49 (0) 2375 918-112 or by e-mail at info@mueller-safety.de . You're welcome to use our contact form. We look forward to receiving your enquiry.

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Your contact person:
Matthias Scharf