CN211798429U - Self-tilting vehicle-mounted fire rescue vehicle - Google Patents

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CN211798429U
CN211798429U CN202020297384.9U CN202020297384U CN211798429U CN 211798429 U CN211798429 U CN 211798429U CN 202020297384 U CN202020297384 U CN 202020297384U CN 211798429 U CN211798429 U CN 211798429U
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A self-inclining vehicle-mounted fire-fighting rescue vehicle belongs to the technical field of fire-fighting vehicles. The vehicle comprises a vehicle main body, wherein the vehicle main body comprises a vehicle head, a compartment, a main compartment body and a chassis, the compartment and the main compartment body are arranged on the chassis, the compartment is positioned between the vehicle head and the main compartment body, and the chassis is connected with the vehicle head; and a carriage body self-tilting mechanism which is connected with the chassis and is used for enabling one end of the chassis facing the head of the vehicle to be raised or reset together with the head of the vehicle and one end of the main carriage body facing the head of the vehicle is arranged at a position corresponding to the separation carriage. The crawler-type emergency rescue device can provide carrying space for carrying a crawler-type water taking device or a similar crawler-type emergency rescue device with self-walking capability; the crawler-type emergency rescue device can provide the conditions for getting on and off the vehicle for the crawler-type water getting device or other similar crawler-type emergency rescue devices with the walking capability.

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Self-tilting vehicle-mounted fire rescue vehicle
Technical Field
The utility model belongs to the technical field of the fire engine, concretely relates to on-vehicle fire rescue car of formula of heeling certainly.
Background
As known in the art, there are many types of fire fighting vehicles, such as foam fire fighting vehicles, dry powder fire fighting vehicles, pump fire fighting vehicles, rescue fire fighting vehicles, lighting fire fighting vehicles, elevating platform fire fighting vehicles, communication command fire fighting vehicles, aerial ladder fire fighting vehicles, exploration fire fighting vehicles, smoke exhaust fire fighting vehicles, water supply fire fighting vehicles, equipment fire fighting vehicles, and propaganda fire fighting vehicles, etc., according to their functions. Since the functions of the fire fighting truck are not designed according to needs, the emergency rescue device with independent walking function cannot be carried according to needs due to the limitation of redundant space, and a typical example of the emergency rescue device is a crawler-type water taking device which is characterized in that: the walking stick has good self-walking ability and does not need locomotive traction; the volume is small and the manufacturing cost is low; the system has ideal mobility and flexibility so as to meet the requirement of approaching a waterlogging draining place and/or a water taking place as far as possible; the walking aid has good adaptability to road conditions, for example, can adapt to walking on snowfields, hills, soft, muddy, grasslands and the like. However, the walking speed of the crawler-type water intake device is inferior to that of the fire engine, so that if the crawler-type water intake device is relatively far away from the fire fighting site, the crawler-type water intake device is not suitable for running to the working site in a self-walking manner and approaching a water source such as a river channel to supply water for the fire hose. Therefore, if the water hose fire truck is reasonably improved, the crawler-type water taking device can be carried on the water hose fire truck on the premise of not losing the original functions, and the crawler-type water taking device can automatically run to the floor from the water hose fire truck after reaching the destination, so that the water hose fire truck is beneficial to saving resources, meeting the requirement of rapidly and rapidly seeking to fire-fighting and disaster-relief water taking places and also embodying the multifunction of the water hose fire truck.
Non-limiting examples of the above hose fire fighting truck include CN202802600U (hose laying fire fighting truck), CN202967760U (large diameter non-metal hose automatic laying and winding device), and CN101607118B (fire fighting equipment equipped with fire hose laying and collecting device), and typical examples include "fire hose automatic laying fire fighting truck" recommended by CN103751931B and "hose collecting and laying fire fighting truck" provided by CN 103785125B. However, the water hose fire truck does not give any technical suggestion on how to provide a temporary carrying space for the crawler-type water taking device and how to provide the crawler-type water taking device with getting-on and getting-off conditions so that the crawler-type water taking device is converted into the self-dumping type vehicle-mounted fire-fighting rescue vehicle. In view of the foregoing, the applicant has made an advantageous design, and the technical solutions described below have been made in this context.
Disclosure of Invention
The utility model aims to provide a help providing the on-vehicle fire rescue car of formula of heeling certainly that carries on the space, is favorable to creating the condition for getting on or off the bus of crawler-type water intaking device for crawler-type water intaking device.
The utility model discloses a task is accomplished like this, a from formula of heeling on-vehicle fire control rescue car, including a vehicle main part, this vehicle main part includes locomotive, partition railway carriage or compartment, main railway carriage or compartment body and chassis, and partition railway carriage or compartment and main railway carriage or compartment body set up on the chassis, and the partition railway carriage or compartment is located between locomotive and the main railway carriage or compartment body, and the chassis is connected with the locomotive, characterized in that there is a year fill in the one end that the main railway carriage or compartment body deviates from the locomotive extends, the chassis extends to the below of carrying the fill; and a carriage body self-tilting mechanism which is connected with the chassis and is used for enabling one end of the chassis facing the head of the vehicle to be raised or reset together with the head of the vehicle and one end of the main carriage body facing the head of the vehicle is arranged at a position corresponding to the separation carriage.
In a specific embodiment of the present invention, the bucket includes a bucket first wall body i, a bucket second wall body ii, and a bucket bottom plate, the bucket first wall body i is formed by extending the main compartment front wall of the main compartment body, the bucket second wall body ii is formed by extending the main compartment rear wall of the main compartment body, the bucket bottom plate is formed by extending the main compartment bottom plate of the main compartment body, and the bucket first wall body i and the bucket second wall body ii are parallel to each other.
In another embodiment of the invention, the upper part of the loading hopper and the end remote from the main compartment are not closed.
In another specific embodiment of the present invention, a bucket first wall handrail i is provided at an opening edge portion of the bucket first wall body i, and a bucket second wall handrail ii is provided at an opening edge portion of the bucket second wall body ii.
In another specific embodiment of the present invention, the opening edge portions of the bucket first wall body i and the bucket second wall body ii are shaped as double L-shaped bodies connected end to end.
In still another specific embodiment of the present invention, the carriage body self-tilting mechanism includes a pair of chassis lifting devices provided corresponding to the position of the compartment and connected to the chassis, and the pair of chassis lifting devices correspond to each other in the front-rear direction.
In a more specific embodiment of the present invention, the chassis includes a chassis frame, a chassis sub-frame and a chassis lower beam, the chassis frame has a pair of frames parallel to each other in the length direction, the chassis sub-frame also has a pair of frames and is fixed on one side of the chassis frame facing upward along the length direction of the chassis frame, the chassis lower beam is fixed to the bottom of the chassis frame, and the end of the chassis lower beam protrudes out of the chassis frame, and the pair of chassis lifting devices are fixed to the end of the chassis lower beam in a manner of corresponding to each other.
In yet another specific embodiment of the present invention, the pair of chassis lifting devices each include an outer tube of the working cylinder column, an inner tube of the working cylinder column, a working cylinder, a floor support plate, and a pair of inner tube seats, the middle portion of the outer tube of the working cylinder column is fixed to the end of the lower cross beam of the chassis toward one side of the cross beam of the chassis, the upper end of the outer tube of the working cylinder column extends into the compartment, the lower end of the outer tube of the working cylinder column extends below the cross beam of the chassis, the inner tube of the working cylinder column is slidably fitted to the outer tube cavity of the outer tube of the working cylinder column in a vertically movable manner, the upper end of the working cylinder is connected to the corresponding wall of the outer tube of the working cylinder column by a pin shaft of the working cylinder body in the outer tube cavity, the lower end of the working cylinder extends to the lower portion of the inner tube cavity of the inner tube of the working cylinder column, a pair of floor support plate cross axle seats are formed on the upward side of the floor support plate, the pair of floor support plate cross axle seats are hinged with a pair of inner lifting pipe axle seats through cross axles, and the pair of inner lifting pipe axle seats are hinged with the downward side of the inner lifting pipe bottom plate.
In yet a more specific embodiment of the present invention, a lower beam end fixing plate is fixed to an end of the chassis lower beam and at a position corresponding to the operating cylinder column outer tube, and an operating cylinder column outer tube fixing plate is fixed to an inwardly facing side of the operating cylinder column outer tube and at a position corresponding to the lower beam end fixing plate, the operating cylinder column outer tube fixing plate being fixed to the lower beam end fixing plate by bolts; a chassis lower cross beam reinforcing connecting seat is arranged on one side of the chassis crossbeam facing outwards and at a position corresponding to the upper part of the end part of the chassis lower cross beam, and the chassis lower cross beam reinforcing connecting seat and one side of the chassis lower cross beam extending out of the end part of the chassis girder facing upwards are fixed; and the downward end of the floor support plate is provided with an anti-slip tooth.
In yet another specific embodiment of the present invention, a first oil inlet/return pipe interface i is fixed to the upper end of the outer sleeve of the acting cylinder column, the first oil inlet/return pipe interface i is connected to the acting cylinder through the outer sleeve cavity and is communicated with the upper cylinder cavity of the acting cylinder, a first oil inlet/return pipe i is connected to the first oil inlet/return pipe interface i, a second oil inlet/return pipe interface ii is fixed to the lower end of the outer sleeve of the acting cylinder column, the second oil inlet/return pipe interface ii is connected to the acting cylinder through the lifting pipe in the acting cylinder column and is communicated with the lower cylinder cavity of the acting cylinder, and a second oil inlet/return pipe ii is connected to the second oil inlet/return pipe interface ii; an oil inlet and return pipe joint interference avoidance cavity is formed in the lifting pipe in the acting cylinder stand column and in a position corresponding to the second oil inlet and return pipe joint II, and the second oil inlet and return pipe joint II passes through the oil inlet and return pipe joint interference avoidance cavity and then is communicated with the acting cylinder lower cylinder cavity; the acting cylinder is an oil cylinder.
The technical scheme provided by the utility model the technical effect lie in: because the carrying bucket extends from one end of the main carriage body, which is far away from the vehicle head, carrying space can be provided for carrying a crawler-type water taking device or a similar crawler-type emergency rescue device with self-walking capability; the carriage body self-tilting mechanism which is connected with the chassis and is used for enabling one end of the chassis facing the head to be raised or reset together with the head and one end of the main carriage body facing the head is arranged at the position corresponding to the separation carriage, so that the conditions for getting on or off the vehicle can be provided for the crawler-type water taking device or other similar crawler-type emergency rescue devices with walking capability.
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Fig. 1 is a schematic view of an embodiment of the present invention.
Fig. 2 is a detailed configuration diagram of the carriage self-tilt return mechanism shown in fig. 1.
Fig. 3 is a detailed structural view of the bucket shown in fig. 1.
Fig. 4 is a schematic view of the carriage self-dumping mechanism shown in fig. 2, which enables one end of the chassis facing the vehicle head to be lifted upwards so that the crawler-type water taking device can enter the loading bucket.
Detailed Description
In order to make the technical essence and advantages of the present invention more clear, the applicant below describes in detail the embodiments, but the description of the embodiments is not a limitation of the present invention, and any equivalent changes made according to the inventive concept, which are only formal and not essential, should be considered as the technical scope of the present invention.
In the following description, all the concepts related to the directions or orientations of up, down, left, right, front and rear are based on the position state of fig. 1, and thus, should not be interpreted as a specific limitation to the technical solution provided by the present invention.
Referring to fig. 1 and 3, there is shown a vehicle main body 1, the vehicle main body 1 including a vehicle head 11, a cage 12, a main cage 13, and a chassis 14, the cage 12 and the main cage 13 being provided on the chassis 14, and the cage 12 being located between the vehicle head 11 and the main cage 13, the chassis 14 being connected to the vehicle head 11.
As can be seen from the schematic representations of fig. 1 and 3: the utility model relates to an on-vehicle fire rescue car of formula of heeling oneself lays the fire engine for the hosepipe, because it lays the fire engine to be the hosepipe, therefore is provided with a tape laying mechanism 3 with removing on the main railway carriage or compartment body frame of the aforesaid main railway carriage or compartment body 13, this tape laying mechanism 3 still with the top sliding fit of the aforesaid partition railway carriage or compartment 12. Since the concrete structure of the fire fighting truck with the water hose laid can be found in the Chinese patent application CN103785125B and CN103751931B mentioned in the above background art column, the applicant does not need to describe any further details.
As the technical scheme provided by the utility model: a loading bucket 131 extends from one end of the main compartment body 13, which is away from the head 11, i.e. the tail of the main compartment body 13, which is used to speak, i.e. the right end shown in fig. 1, and the chassis 14 extends to the lower part of the loading bucket 131; a carriage self-tilting mechanism 2 connected to the chassis 14 for raising or resetting the end (left end in fig. 1) of the chassis 14 toward the vehicle head 11, together with the vehicle head 11 and the end (left end in fig. 1) of the main carriage 13 toward the vehicle head 11, is provided at a position corresponding to the aforementioned compartment 12.
As shown in fig. 3, the position of fig. 3 is just the state of fig. 1 rotated by 180 °, and a crawler-type water intake device 4 having a self-traveling function is mounted in the bucket 131 shown in fig. 1, and the applicant filed a patent application. The bucket 131 can also be used for carrying fire fighting equipment such as CN110613908A (emergency rescue water cannon) which also has a crawler traveling function. Since the bucket 131 is mainly, but not absolutely limited to, carrying the crawler-type water intake device 4, the above-mentioned paving fire truck has a good mutual matching function, so that the crawler-type water intake device 4 supplies water for the water hose of the paving fire truck after the water hose is paved on the floor. It can be seen that the main compartment 13 is a storage compartment for orderly storing the fire hose in a standby state.
Referring to fig. 3 in conjunction with fig. 1, the bucket 131 includes a first bucket wall body i 1311, a second bucket wall body ii 1312, and a bucket floor 1313, the first bucket wall body i 1311 is formed by extending a main car body front wall of the main car body 13, that is, extending a right end of the main car body front wall (the position state shown in fig. 1 is taken as an example), the second bucket wall body ii 1312 is formed by extending a main car body rear wall of the main car body 13, that is, extending a right end of the main car body rear wall (the position state shown in fig. 1 is taken as an example), the bucket floor 1313 is formed by extending a main car body floor of the main car body 13, and the first bucket wall body i 1311 and the second bucket wall body ii are parallel to each other.
In this embodiment, the upper portion of the bucket 131 and the right end, which is the end far from the main body 13, are not closed.
A bucket first wall body handrail I13111 is provided at the opening edge portion of the bucket first wall body I1311, and a bucket second wall body handrail II 13121 is provided at the opening edge portion of the bucket second wall body II 1312. The first bucket wall body I1311 and the second bucket wall body II 1312 further have the function of a protective guard.
As can be seen from the schematic view of fig. 3, the opening edge portions of the first bucket wall body i 1311 and the second bucket wall body ii 1312 are shaped like double L-shape connected end to end.
Referring to fig. 2 in conjunction with fig. 1 and 3, the carriage self-tilting return mechanism 2 includes a pair of chassis lifting devices 21 disposed corresponding to the positions of the compartments 12 and connected to the chassis 14, and the chassis lifting devices 21 correspond to each other in the front-rear direction.
Continuing to refer to fig. 2, the chassis 14 includes a chassis girder 141, a chassis sub-girder 142 and a chassis lower cross-beam 143, the chassis girder 141 has a pair of longitudinal beams parallel to each other, the chassis sub-girder 142 also has a pair of longitudinal beams and is fixed to the upward side of the chassis girder 141 along the longitudinal direction of the chassis girder 141, the chassis lower cross-beam 143 is fixed to the bottom of the chassis girder 141, and the end of the chassis lower cross-beam 143 protrudes out of the outward side of the chassis girder 141, and the pair of chassis lifting devices 21 are fixed to the end of the chassis lower cross-beam 143 in front and rear correspondence to each other. A connecting cross member 1412 is further provided between the pair of chassis side members 141.
The pair of chassis lifting devices 21 each include a working cylinder column outer tube 211, a working cylinder column inner lifting tube 212, a working cylinder 213, a floor support plate 214, and a pair of inner lifting tube shaft seats 215, the middle portion of the working cylinder column outer tube 211 and the side facing the chassis girder 141 are fixed to the end portion of the chassis lower beam 143, the upper end of the working cylinder column outer tube 211 extends into the aforementioned compartment 12, the lower end of the working cylinder column outer tube 211 extends below (lower plane) the chassis girder 141, the working cylinder column inner lifting tube 212 is slidably fitted into the outer tube cavity 2111 of the working cylinder column outer tube 211 in a vertically movable manner, the upper end of the working cylinder 213 is connected to the corresponding wall body of the working cylinder column outer tube 211, such as the left and right wall bodies, through a working cylinder body pin shaft 2132 in the outer tube cavity 2111, and the lower end of the working cylinder 213 extends to the lower portion of the inner lifting tube cavity 2121 of the working, the cylinder barrel 2131 of the working cylinder 213 faces downward and is connected to the inner elevator tube base plate 21211 of the inner elevator tube chamber 2121, and a pair of floor support plate cross-shaft holders 2141 are formed on the upward side of the floor support plate 214, the pair of floor support plate cross-shaft holders 2141 are hinged to the pair of inner elevator tube shaft holders 215 via a cross-shaft 21411, and the pair of inner elevator tube shaft holders 215 are hinged to the downward side of the inner elevator tube base plate 21211. As shown in fig. 2, the end of the aforementioned actuating cylinder 2131 is formed with a cylinder head that passes through the inner tube base plate 21211 and is defined by a retaining nut 21311.
Continuing to refer to fig. 2, a lower cross member end fixing plate 1431 is fixed to the end of the lower cross member 143 at a position corresponding to the position of the cylinder work column outer tube 211, and a cylinder work column outer tube fixing plate 2112 is fixed to the side of the cylinder work column outer tube 211 facing inward at a position corresponding to the lower cross member end fixing plate 1431, the cylinder work column outer tube fixing plate 2112 being fixed to the lower cross member end fixing plate 1431 by a bolt 21121; a chassis lower cross member reinforcing connecting seat 1411 is arranged on the outward side of the chassis frame member 141 and at a position corresponding to the upper part of the end part of the chassis lower cross member 143, and the chassis lower cross member reinforcing connecting seat 1411 is fixed with the upward side of the chassis lower cross member 143 extending out of the end part of the chassis frame member 141; the downwardly facing end of the floor support plate 214 is formed with a slip prevention tooth 2142.
As shown in fig. 1, a first oil inlet/return pipe interface i 2113 is fixed at the upper end of the acting cylinder upright post outer sleeve 211, the first oil inlet/return pipe interface i 2113 is connected with the acting cylinder 213 through the outer sleeve cavity 2111 and is communicated with the acting cylinder upper cylinder cavity of the acting cylinder 213, a first oil inlet/return pipe i 21131 is connected to the first oil inlet/return pipe interface i 2113 in a matching manner, a second oil inlet/return pipe interface ii 2114 is fixed at the lower end of the acting cylinder upright post outer sleeve 211, the second oil inlet/return pipe interface ii 2114 is connected with the acting cylinder 213 through the acting cylinder upright post inner lifting pipe 212 and is communicated with the acting cylinder lower cylinder cavity of the acting cylinder 213, and a second oil inlet/return pipe ii 21141 is connected to the second oil inlet/return pipe interface ii 2114 in a matching manner; an oil inlet and return pipe joint interference avoidance cavity is formed in the lifting pipe 212 in the acting cylinder upright column and in a position corresponding to the second oil inlet and return pipe joint II 2114, and the second oil inlet and return pipe joint II 2114 passes through the oil inlet and return pipe joint interference avoidance cavity and then is communicated with the lower cylinder cavity of the acting cylinder; in this embodiment, the acting cylinder is a cylinder.
Referring to fig. 4 in conjunction with fig. 1 to 3, when the crawler-type water intake device 4 is about to enter the loading bucket 131, firstly, the carriage self-tilting mechanism 2 is operated in the parking state of the self-tilting vehicle-mounted fire rescue vehicle, that is, the pair of chassis lifting devices 21 are operated synchronously, specifically: in the process, the acting cylinder column 2131 extends downwards, namely outwards towards the cylinder body, and drives the lifting pipe 212 in the acting cylinder column to displace downwards, namely outwards extend towards the outer sleeve cavity 2111, so that the floor support plate 214 is contacted with the floor, as the acting cylinder column 2131 continues to push the lifting pipe 212 in the acting cylinder column to extend outwards from the outer sleeve cavity 2111, the end of the chassis 4 facing the head 11 together with the head 11 and the main compartment body 13 facing the head 11, namely the left end in the position state shown in figure 1, is forced upwards by the acting cylinder column outer sleeve 211, and the loading bucket 131 descends and is in the state shown in figure 4, in this state, the crawler-type water intake device 4 crawls up to the bucket 131 in an autonomous movement. Then, the carriage self-dumping mechanism 2 operates according to the reverse process to return the elevator tube 212 in the cylinder column from the state of fig. 4 to the state of fig. 1.
To sum up, the technical solution provided by the present invention remedies the defects in the prior art, successfully completes the invention task, and faithfully embodies the technical effects mentioned in the above technical effect column by the applicant.

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1. A self-dumping type vehicle-mounted firefighting rescue vehicle comprises a vehicle main body (1), wherein the vehicle main body (1) comprises a vehicle head (11), a separation chamber (12), a main chamber body (13) and a chassis (14), the separation chamber (12) and the main chamber body (13) are arranged on the chassis (14), the separation chamber (12) is positioned between the vehicle head (11) and the main chamber body (13), and the chassis (14) is connected with the vehicle head (11), and is characterized in that a loading bucket (131) extends from one end, away from the vehicle head (11), of the main chamber body (13), and the chassis (14) extends to the lower part of the loading bucket (131); and a carriage body self-tilting mechanism (2) which is connected with the chassis (14) and is used for enabling one end of the chassis (14) facing the head (11) to be raised or reset together with the head (11) and one end of the main carriage body (13) facing the head (11) is arranged at a position corresponding to the compartment (12).
2. The self-dumping vehicle-mounted firefighting rescue vehicle according to claim 1, characterized in that the bucket (131) comprises a first bucket wall body i (1311), a second bucket wall body ii (1312) and a bucket floor (1313), the first bucket wall body i (1311) is formed by an extension of a main compartment front wall of the main compartment (13), the second bucket wall body ii (1312) is formed by an extension of a main compartment rear wall of the main compartment (13), the bucket floor (1313) is formed by an extension of a main compartment floor of the main compartment (13), and the first bucket wall body i (1311) and the second bucket wall body ii (1312) are parallel to each other.
3. A self-tipping vehicle-mounted firefighting rescue vehicle according to claim 1, characterized in that the upper part of the bucket (131) and the end remote from the main carriage (13) are not closed.
4. The self-dumping vehicle-mounted firefighting rescue vehicle according to claim 2, wherein a bucket first wall body handrail i (13111) is provided at an opening edge portion of the bucket first wall body i (1311), and a bucket second wall body handrail ii (13121) is provided at an opening edge portion of the bucket second wall body ii (1312).
5. The self-dumping vehicle-mounted firefighting rescue vehicle according to claim 4, wherein the opening edge portions of the first bucket wall body I (1311) and the second bucket wall body II (1312) are shaped like double L connected end to end.
6. Self-dumping vehicle-mounted firefighting rescue vehicle according to claim 1, characterized in that the carriage self-dumping return mechanism (2) comprises a pair of chassis lifting devices (21) provided corresponding to the position of the compartment (12) and connected to the chassis (14), the pair of chassis lifting devices (21) corresponding to each other in the front-rear direction.
7. The self-tilting vehicle-mounted fire rescue vehicle as claimed in claim 6, wherein the chassis (14) comprises a chassis frame (141), a chassis sub-frame (142) and a chassis lower cross member (143), the chassis frame (141) has a pair of frames parallel to each other in a longitudinal direction, the chassis sub-frame (142) has a pair of frames and is fixed to an upward side of the chassis frame (141) along the longitudinal direction of the chassis frame (141), the chassis lower cross member (143) is fixed to a bottom of the chassis frame (141), and an end of the chassis lower cross member (143) protrudes from the chassis frame (141), and the pair of chassis lifting devices (21) are fixed to an end of the chassis lower cross member (143) in front and rear correspondence with each other.
8. The self-tilting vehicle-mounted firefighting rescue vehicle according to claim 7, wherein each of the pair of chassis lifting devices (21) comprises an outer tube (211) of the action cylinder column, an inner tube (212) of the action cylinder column, an action cylinder (213), a floor support plate (214), and a pair of inner tube seats (215), the middle portion of the outer tube (211) of the action cylinder column is fixed to the end of the lower cross beam (143) of the chassis toward one side of the chassis cross beam (141), the upper end of the outer tube (211) of the action cylinder column extends into the compartment (12), the lower end of the outer tube (211) of the action cylinder column extends below the chassis cross beam (141), the inner tube (212) of the action cylinder column is slidably fitted into the outer tube cavity (2111) of the outer tube (211) of the action cylinder column in the up and down movement manner, and the upper end of the action cylinder (213) is slidably fitted into the outer tube cavity (2111) of the outer tube (2111) of the action cylinder column through the pin (2132) of the The lower end of the acting cylinder (213) extends to the lower part of an inner lifting pipe cavity (2121) of an inner lifting pipe (212) of an acting cylinder upright post, an acting cylinder post (2131) of the acting cylinder (213) faces downwards and is connected with an inner lifting pipe bottom plate (21211) of the inner lifting pipe cavity (2121), one side of the floor support plate (214) facing upwards is provided with a pair of floor support plate cross shaft bases (2141), the pair of floor support plate cross shaft bases (2141) is hinged with the pair of inner lifting pipe shaft bases (215) through a cross shaft (21411), and the pair of inner lifting pipe shaft bases (215) is hinged with one side of the inner lifting pipe bottom plate (21211) facing downwards.
9. The self-dumping vehicle-mounted firefighting rescue vehicle according to claim 8, characterized in that a lower beam end fixing plate (1431) is fixed to an end of the chassis lower beam (143) and at a position corresponding to the acting cylinder column outer tube (211), and an acting cylinder column outer tube fixing plate (2112) is fixed to a side of the acting cylinder column outer tube (211) facing inward and at a position corresponding to the lower beam end fixing plate (1431), the acting cylinder column outer tube fixing plate (2112) being fixed to the lower beam end fixing plate (1431) by a bolt (21121); a chassis lower cross beam reinforcement connecting seat (1411) is arranged on one side, facing outwards, of the chassis cross beam (141) and at a position corresponding to the upper part of the end part of the chassis lower cross beam (143), and the chassis lower cross beam reinforcement connecting seat (1411) is fixed with one side, facing upwards, of the chassis lower cross beam (143) extending out of the chassis cross beam (141); an anti-slip tooth (2142) is formed at the downward end of the floor support plate (214).
10. The self-dumping type vehicle-mounted fire-fighting rescue vehicle according to claim 8, wherein a first inlet and return pipe interface I (2113) is fixed at the upper end of the action cylinder upright post outer sleeve (211), the first oil inlet and return pipe interface I (2113) is connected with the acting cylinder (213) through the outer sleeve cavity (2111) and is communicated with the acting cylinder upper cylinder cavity of the acting cylinder (213), a first oil inlet and return pipe I (21131) is matched and connected with the first oil inlet and return pipe interface I (2113), a second oil inlet and return pipe interface II (2114) is fixed at the lower end of the action cylinder upright post outer sleeve (211), the second oil inlet and return pipe interface II (2114) is connected with the acting cylinder (213) through the lifting pipe (212) in the acting cylinder upright post and communicated with the acting cylinder lower cylinder cavity of the acting cylinder (213), a second oil inlet and return pipe II (21141) is matched and connected with the second oil inlet and return pipe interface II (2114); an oil inlet and return pipe joint interference avoidance cavity is formed in the lifting pipe (212) in the acting cylinder stand column and in a position corresponding to the second oil inlet and return pipe joint II (2114), and the second oil inlet and return pipe joint II (2114) passes through the oil inlet and return pipe joint interference avoidance cavity and then is communicated with the acting cylinder lower cylinder cavity; the acting cylinder is an oil cylinder.
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