Primetech is a leading systems integrator and pioneering developer of advanced technologies, communications, vehicle platforms and fire fighting and lighting solutions for emergency and security services, NGOs, central and local government departments and agencies, armed forces, banks and businesses.
The company specialises in the development, provision, systems integration and support of lightweight firefighting systems such as MistMax Pro and Cobra, MultiPod® flexible de-mountable storage units, Ka-band mobile satellite broadband systems, XTAR secure X-Band channel satellite systems, MultiNet Comms integrated mobile incident ground communications system,wireless imagery, command and control systems, systems integration of fire fighting and other multi-role vehicles, specialist lighting and associated services.
MultiPod® is a unique ‘drop in’ body system designed by Primetech to be used in any 4 x 4 utility style vehicle. This means that should a service have vehicles of this type within their fleet then these vehicles can easily be brought into service to fill the role of Collaborative Response Vehicles. MultiPod® presents a real opportunity to bring significant financial savings to any Authority considering the introduction of CRV's into hard-to-reach or remote locations.
MistMax Pro & MistNozzle deliver huge firefighting power due to the effectiveness of misted water in suppressing fire temperature and airflow to fire sources. MistMax Pro is a lightweight, compact pump-driven firefighting unit encompassing the latest integration of materials, design and functionality. Using patented technology, it maximises water preservation and has an option for a foam induction system to be included within the unit.
The MultiPod® COBRA is a brand-new concept which has been built on Primetech’s successful frame unit used in the MultiPod®. MultiPod® COBRA provides both high pressure lance and misting firefighting options. It retains the same water carrying and firefighting capability as the standard COBRA system. However, it now has the benefit of a substantial reduction in weight, with the same 7-8 minutes of operation, therefore enhancing the speed and flexibility of a lighter weight device on utility vehicles.
MultiPod® COBRA Is not a replacement for existing larger units, it is an ideal alternative should an organisation be wanting to utilise a smaller vehicle, but wanting to have the same benefits of cutting and extinguishing capabilities. MultiPod® COBRA is an excellent new option for fire and rescue services worldwide.
The Primetech MultiPod® COBRA system will be the flagship product for Primetech and Cold Cut Systems, and emergency services will be able to see the system on show at the LGA Fire Conference and Exhibition from 7 - 8 March in Newcastle Upon Tyne.
MultiNet, is a range of portable, self-contained, incident ground communications solutions designed to meet the growing demands for cost effective, interoperable and flexible incident management communications. Additions to the Satellite broadband packages offered by Primetech include the XTAR high-throughput X-band space segment that offers dedicated, non pre-emptible service and new occasional user services via the Thor 7 Ka-Band service.
A further addition to the MultiNet range of products is the award winning HD Body Worn camera system, on show exclusively with Primetech, which captures video, audio and still images while on the move, and boasts a wide-range of best-in-class functionality.
The device can provide High Definition playback (up to 1080p) at up to 25 frames per second, with all footage date, time and GPS location-stamped to ensure evidential usage.
Supporting faster, more efficient collaborative response
With smaller more agile vehicle agencies will be able to access difficult areas, reach remote villages with difficult terrain such as snow and mud, or traverse limited access roads and narrow bridges. When used at an early stage, the Cobra system will cool and rapidly control the development of the fire, providing for a faster and more effective entry into the fire compartment. This enables a more effective transition to traditional firefighting methods, creating valuable time for incident commanders to control and manage the incident tactically.