Convertible monitor - 5,000 l/min

EN 15-767 certified

VECTOR 2 monitor complies with the requirements of the European standard EN 15-767.

Flow rate up to 5000 l/min

VECTOR 2 can provide a flow rate of 5,000 l/min.

Non-slip safety valve

In case of movement of the monitor (lifting and/or sliding), the safety valve will reduce but will not stop the flow rate in order to protect the firefighters while avoiding any excessive water hammer.

Protected pressure gauge

The pressure gauge is protected against shocks. It is fully integrated into the cast aluminium body of the monitor.
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Powerful, VECTOR 2 monitor offers a flow rate of up to 5000 l/min.
Lightweight and compact, it can be transported and used anywhere.
Convertible, it can be installed on the vehicle roof. It consists of a clip-on turret on a baseplate of 4'' or 2x2.5''.

VECTOR 2 is equipped with a non-slip safety valve. This ensures the protection of the firefighters in the field in case of lifting and/or sliding of the monitor.

Very low maintenance due to its very robust design and materials used.


version 2x2.5'' - 22.7 kg
version 1x4'' - 20 kg
Flow rate
up to 5.000 l/min
6 bar
|Available inlets
2.5" BSP F
2.5’’ BSP F
4’’ BSP M
2x2.5’’ BSP F
4’’ BSP M
cast aluminium body and stainless steel supports
Dimensions W x D x H
Retracted - 51 x 24 x 32cm
Extended - 65 x 65 x 52cm
Safety valve
Pressure gauge protected
Vertical elevation
up to 85° (from 25°)
Horizontal orientation
-120° to left and 80° to right
yes (snap-on base turret)

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