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Vehicle Mounted Operations:
The UTV & QR Range units have been designed to meet the operational requirements of a variety of customer applications, including fixed ground mounted positioning and vehicle mounted operations.
Regarding vehicle mounted operations: The UTV & QR Range units have been designed to fit within the “tub” of most motor vehicle “dual-cab” 2×4 and 4×4 vehicles and many UTV’s currently available.
In every instance the maximum weight of the UTV & QR Range units and the amount of water put into the tank must be considered for ALL vehicle mounted operations.Factors to consider when using the UTV & QR Range units in vehicle mounted operations should include, but are not limited to:
- The maximum cargo carrying capacity of the vehicle.
- The type of terrain the vehicle is to be operated on – particularly slope, surface slip and potential bogging.
- The experience of the operator in relevant vehicle operating terrain.
The amount of water put into the tank of the UTV & QR Range units should take into account at least the above factors.
- Never exceed the vehicle manufacturers recommended maximum load.
- Never operate the vehicle where operational conditions are considered hazardous.
- Never allow inexperienced operators to operate the vehicle.
The UTV & QR Range units will operate according to specification regardless of the amount of water in the tank – which is determined by the factors previously stated.