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    EXHIBITIONS

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    21.01. - 23.01.2018
    in Dubai
    hall: 6, booth: H24

    Milestones

    2012
    Venturi nozzle is used in conjunction with the F-500 fire suppression agent additive in Formula 1 racing at the Hockenheim circuit

    Delivery of first trailer for 50,000 l/min

    Albach GmbH & Co. KG is integrated into the company and moves to Ballendorf

    2011
    Lancier Hydraulik GmbH is integrated into the company and moves to Giengen

    2010
    Biggest order in the company’s history to date: AWG fits out 250 emergency vehicles in North Africa

    2008
    APF5 series monitors (water guns) are installed in airfield extinguishers for the first time

    New product: Turbofighter – a small, hand-held monitor – makes a big entry

    2005
    New product: TurboTwist – a new type of HS nozzle

    2002
    First monitor fitted to PistenBully snow groomer

    2000
    New product: Turbospritze captures the fire service market

    1994
    AWG incorporates Italian UNI Standard into product range

    1978
    AWG incorporates Russian Gost Standard into product range

    1974
    First rescue equipment by Lancier

    1972
    New product: AWG Turbo Submersible Pump

    1970
    Waste incineration plants fitted out with manually operated monitors

    1968
    2 monitors are constructed for Uncle John oil rig at Holmenkolm in Norway. Flow rate of 80,000 l/min.

    1965
    Monitors become remote-controlled and capture market for theatre stage use

    1950 
    Foot-operated extinguishing bucket

    1940
    Company specialises in extinguishing systems

    1904
    Hornung – later AWG – is established as a company

    1890
    Storz coupling is invented and patented 

    1871
    Albach is established as a company and the Alco brand is developed