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Providing heavy vehicle fire protection for a diverse range of applications in the mining, logging, and mass transit sectors we can provide tailored fire protection systems for virtually any vehicle, plant, or equipment with systems designed and manufactured by Ansul, and the Amerex Corporation. We understand the demands that the harsh Australian environment places on all types of vehicles and equipment, especially those that operate in bulk mining and mineral industries. Our team of experts provide highly workable and reliable systems that incorporate the most up-to-date technology available.
  • Our team has years of industry experience, and our skills are continually being refined and improved through ongoing training
  • All products meet international standards and conform to and often exceed all current Australian standards
  • We offer support throughout the entire process from design to procurement through to commissioning
  • Customised asset protection
  • Nationwide service
  • Service is always attentive and personal with one point of contact saving you time
  • Full after-sales support service
We’ll do whatever it takes to understand and respond to your needs efficiently and minimise costly downtime in your business.
What we offer:
  • Amerex DCP vehicle suppression system
  • Firetrace tube-based detection and suppression systems
  • Arctic Fire pot carrier suppression and escape systems
  • The Delta (DFA) AFFF Fire Suppression System


Mt Isa Mines

MT Isa Mines operate two separate mining and processing streams of copper and zinc.  They have the largest zinc resource base and the biggest underground network of mines in the world and provide work for more than 3,200 employees and contractors. Delta Fire designed and supplied Firebane (Artic Fire) Vehicle Suppression Systems for their vehicles.


Sims Metal Management is a collector, processor and supplier of recycled metal in Australia across 30 physical locations servicing all states and territories. Delta Fire designed, supplied and installed IFES Foam Suppression Systems across their heavy vehicle range.

DP World Logistics

DP World Logistics is an integrated container logistics park, linking container movements between rail, road and ship. Delta Fire designed and supplied Amerex VS Vehicle Suppression systems for their container handling vehicles used to load and unload freight.

Bell Bay Aluminium

Delta Fire provided a tailored Amerex Dry Chemical Powder protection system that complies with international codes and standards for 15 vehicles.


Caboolture Bus Lines

Caboolture Bus Lines – vehicle fire protection

Challenge  Caboolture Bus Lines is a Queensland operator of urban services, school buses, charter services and Bribie Island Coaches buses. As an accredited Translink provider the safety of their passengers and drivers is critical. They approached Delta Fire as their fleet of Diesel Passenger Buses need a fire suppression system that had to comply with Government rules and regulations. Caboolture Bus Lines had to find a safety solution that was compliant and reliable. Solution A thorough risk assessment determined that the Amerex VS DC Fire Suppression System would offer everything they were looking for. As a bus fire can lead […]

Bell Bay Aluminium

Bell Bay Aluminium situated on the Tamar River, approximately 45 kilometres from Launceston. The smelter produces around 190,000 of aluminium each year and operates 24 hours a day, 365 days per year. After some recent machinery fires, Bell Bay Alumina needed their vehicles to be fitted with tailored fire protection systems to protect both their vehicles and their drivers.


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Mining Vehicle Fires

If a mining vehicle falls victim to the ravages of fire, the cost of repair or replacement and the downtime while awaiting delivery of a replacement vehicle can have a serious impact on production schedules.


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Mining vehicle fires white paper

The cost of repair or replacement, as well as the associated downtime, can have a significant impact on production schedules if a mining vehicle falls victim to fire. Our whitepaper explores the various systems available to protect mining vehicles from fire damage and their potential benefits. Gain valuable insights.


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Play it safe with heavy-vehicle fire-suppression systems.




How a tailored heavy vehicle fire protection system was installed to protect vehicles and their drivers 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

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