Portable monitor - 3000 l/min

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EN 15-767 certified

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

Flow rate up to 3000 l/min

PARTNER 2 achieves a flow rate that would usually require the installation of a larger monitor.

Non-slip safety valve

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

Very high angles up to 85°

Allows to reach a target in height even with very little recoil.
Product features
Technical sheet
Associated products


Lightweight (only 10.2 kg) and compact, PARTNER 2 is deployed in seconds. It has a flow rate of up to 3000 l/min.

PARTNER 2 is equipped with a safety valve that reduces the flow rate in order to protect the firefighters while avoiding any excessive water hammer.

PARTNER 2 is also available in an oscillating version with automatic sweep and adjustable amplitude of 20° to 40°.
Very low maintenance due to its very robust design and materials used.


10.2 kg
Flow rate
up to 3.000 l/min
6 bar
|Available inlets
2.5" BSP F
2.5’’ BSP F
4’’ BSP M
2.5’’ 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 - 64 x 65 x 32cm
Safety valve
Pressure gauge protected
Vertical elevation
up to 85° (from 25°)
Horizontal orientation
-20 to + 20°


Attachment Size
DS_PARTNER_2_ZF.02.292.EN.3.pdf 676.56 KB

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