Kronenburg


Kronenburg started manufacturing fire equipment in 1823, later Kronenburg manufactured steam fire engines. During the twenties and thirties Ford TT and the Ford V8 where utilized to build fire trucks. In the fifties Kronenburg built the first crash trucks wich were delivered to, among others, the American and German Army. Crash trucks are still the main speciality of Kronenburg.
During the fifties and sixties Kronenburg was a major manufacturer of municipal fire trucks on mainly DAF chassis.

Kronenburg was acquired by Rosenbauer in 1991.
For some time Rosenbauer kept using the Kronenburg name for the fire trucks made at the Kronenburg plant in Hedel.

In june 2000 Kronenburg was liquidated by Rosenbauer.


1968

Kronenburg / Kaelble KD-8-2


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Delivery photo of a Daf firetruck for the Paramaribo FD (Suriname)
Year about 1965


1972

Type K-D-9


Crash trucks

RIV 01
1985

RIV 03
1985

RIV 03
1987

RIV 05
1987

MAC 08
1985

MAC 08
1987

MAC 11
1986

MAC 11
1987

MAC 14
1985

MAC 14
1987

RFF 4000
1986

RFF 6000
1986

RFF 7000
1986

RFF 10000
1986

TASK
1986

 


Crash trucks
general brochure

Pumper/tanker truck
model 32/8H-15

Pumpers
general brochure

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Airport crash trucks

  Rapid intervention
vehicles

Kronenburg/Riffaud
aerial ladder trucks

Kronenburg/Detroit diesel
brochure 1982

 


1994

Municipal fire trucks

ARFF trucks

Industrial fire trucks

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Industrial fire trucks

Article reprint

ARFF trucks

 

Municipal fire truck on Daf chassis


The other literature pages:

Ahrens-Fox * American LaFrance * Bachert * Cadillac Gage * Daf * Dennis * Ford * Geesink
Kronenburg * Magirus Deutz * Magirus Deutz ladder trucks * Maxim * Metz
Metz II * Oshkosh * Pirsh * Seagrave * Spangler Dual * Sutphen
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