Emergency Vehicle Technologies Australia (EVTA) – Valuing the Name is enough
Concept Vehicle Development - from the needs analysis through to implementation, Specification Development and Review, Tendering, Project Management, Inspection and Testing, Vehicle Implementation Programs, Failure and Accident Investigation, Systems Engineering, Pumping Systems, Fire Fighting Foam Systems, Vehicle and Product Reviews and Supplier Evaluations are the notable services provided by the dedicated team members of Emergency Vehicle Technologies Australia (EVTA).
EVTA has also introduced SRS Aluminum Roller Shutter Doors for Emergency and Special Vehicles with features like 38mm Extruded Aluminum profiles, Anodized with a satin finish or powder painted, Door sizes up to 2.9m wide x 2.5m high, Aluminum lower door sill, 4 options of extruded door slides, with provision to easily mount door switch, lights, 4 options of door handles including, flush, lift bar, double handle with centre button and single handles, Centre key lock, with internal locking bars, 12 or 24V internal electromagnetic double pole switch, easily accessed and adjusted, Remote controlled door operation for large doors, LED strip lighting 500 or 1000mm in length and its Spare parts readily available.
Ross Luke, A spokesperson of EVTA rightly said “We have been appointed as the sole Distributor for Australia and New Zealand for Elja Power. Fireco Components and SRS have appointed Emergency Vehicle Technologies Australia as their Official Distributor of Fireco products and SRS Roller Shutter Doors throughout Australia and New Zealand.”
For further detailed information and knotty queries, you can visit http://www.emergencyvta.com.au without any trace of hesitation whatsoever.
Emergency Vehicle Technologies Australia (EVTA) also specializes in furnishing innovative emergency vehicle solutions and designs, which will undoubtedly be beneficial to many an organization.
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