WO2020043223A1 - Mobile fire extinguishing equipment - Google Patents

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WO2020043223A1
WO2020043223A1 PCT/CZ2019/050037 CZ2019050037W WO2020043223A1 WO 2020043223 A1 WO2020043223 A1 WO 2020043223A1 CZ 2019050037 W CZ2019050037 W CZ 2019050037W WO 2020043223 A1 WO2020043223 A1 WO 2020043223A1
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Alojz Hanuliak
Václav Hájek
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MÁTL, Roman
HAVLÍK, Martin
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A62LIFE-SAVING; FIRE-FIGHTING
    • A62CFIRE-FIGHTING
    • A62C3/00Fire prevention, containment or extinguishing specially adapted for particular objects or places
    • A62C3/02Fire prevention, containment or extinguishing specially adapted for particular objects or places for area conflagrations, e.g. forest fires, subterranean fires
    • A62C3/0228Fire prevention, containment or extinguishing specially adapted for particular objects or places for area conflagrations, e.g. forest fires, subterranean fires with delivery of fire extinguishing material by air or aircraft
    • A62C3/0242Fire prevention, containment or extinguishing specially adapted for particular objects or places for area conflagrations, e.g. forest fires, subterranean fires with delivery of fire extinguishing material by air or aircraft by spraying extinguishants from the aircraft
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A62LIFE-SAVING; FIRE-FIGHTING
    • A62CFIRE-FIGHTING
    • A62C3/00Fire prevention, containment or extinguishing specially adapted for particular objects or places
    • A62C3/002Fire prevention, containment or extinguishing specially adapted for particular objects or places for warehouses, storage areas or other installations for storing goods
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A62LIFE-SAVING; FIRE-FIGHTING
    • A62CFIRE-FIGHTING
    • A62C3/00Fire prevention, containment or extinguishing specially adapted for particular objects or places
    • A62C3/02Fire prevention, containment or extinguishing specially adapted for particular objects or places for area conflagrations, e.g. forest fires, subterranean fires
    • A62C3/0228Fire prevention, containment or extinguishing specially adapted for particular objects or places for area conflagrations, e.g. forest fires, subterranean fires with delivery of fire extinguishing material by air or aircraft
    • A62C3/025Fire extinguishing bombs; Projectiles and launchers therefor
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A62LIFE-SAVING; FIRE-FIGHTING
    • A62CFIRE-FIGHTING
    • A62C31/00Delivery of fire-extinguishing material
    • A62C31/02Nozzles specially adapted for fire-extinguishing
    • A62C31/22Nozzles specially adapted for fire-extinguishing specially adapted for piercing walls, heaped materials, or the like
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B64AIRCRAFT; AVIATION; COSMONAUTICS
    • B64CAEROPLANES; HELICOPTERS
    • B64C39/00Aircraft not otherwise provided for
    • B64C39/02Aircraft not otherwise provided for characterised by special use
    • B64C39/024Aircraft not otherwise provided for characterised by special use of the remote controlled vehicle type, i.e. RPV
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B64AIRCRAFT; AVIATION; COSMONAUTICS
    • B64DEQUIPMENT FOR FITTING IN OR TO AIRCRAFT; FLYING SUITS; PARACHUTES; ARRANGEMENTS OR MOUNTING OF POWER PLANTS OR PROPULSION TRANSMISSIONS IN AIRCRAFT
    • B64D1/00Dropping, ejecting, releasing, or receiving articles, liquids, or the like, in flight
    • B64D1/16Dropping or releasing powdered, liquid, or gaseous matter, e.g. for fire-fighting
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F41WEAPONS
    • F41AFUNCTIONAL FEATURES OR DETAILS COMMON TO BOTH SMALLARMS AND ORDNANCE, e.g. CANNONS; MOUNTINGS FOR SMALLARMS OR ORDNANCE
    • F41A9/00Feeding or loading of ammunition; Magazines; Guiding means for the extracting of cartridges
    • F41A9/61Magazines
    • F41A9/64Magazines for unbelted ammunition
    • F41A9/73Drum magazines
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F41WEAPONS
    • F41BWEAPONS FOR PROJECTING MISSILES WITHOUT USE OF EXPLOSIVE OR COMBUSTIBLE PROPELLANT CHARGE; WEAPONS NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • F41B5/00Bows; Crossbows
    • F41B5/14Details of bows; Accessories for arc shooting
    • F41B5/1442Accessories for arc or bow shooting
    • F41B5/1469Bow-string drawing or releasing devices
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F41WEAPONS
    • F41BWEAPONS FOR PROJECTING MISSILES WITHOUT USE OF EXPLOSIVE OR COMBUSTIBLE PROPELLANT CHARGE; WEAPONS NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • F41B5/00Bows; Crossbows
    • F41B5/14Details of bows; Accessories for arc shooting
    • F41B5/1484Bows with special adaptations or devices for special purposes
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B64AIRCRAFT; AVIATION; COSMONAUTICS
    • B64CAEROPLANES; HELICOPTERS
    • B64C2201/00Unmanned aerial vehicles; Equipment therefor
    • B64C2201/02Unmanned aerial vehicles; Equipment therefor characterized by type of aircraft
    • B64C2201/027Flying platforms
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B64AIRCRAFT; AVIATION; COSMONAUTICS
    • B64CAEROPLANES; HELICOPTERS
    • B64C2201/00Unmanned aerial vehicles; Equipment therefor
    • B64C2201/12Unmanned aerial vehicles; Equipment therefor adapted for particular use
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B64AIRCRAFT; AVIATION; COSMONAUTICS
    • B64CAEROPLANES; HELICOPTERS
    • B64C2201/00Unmanned aerial vehicles; Equipment therefor
    • B64C2201/12Unmanned aerial vehicles; Equipment therefor adapted for particular use
    • B64C2201/127Unmanned aerial vehicles; Equipment therefor adapted for particular use for photography, or video recording, e.g. by using cameras
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B64AIRCRAFT; AVIATION; COSMONAUTICS
    • B64CAEROPLANES; HELICOPTERS
    • B64C2201/00Unmanned aerial vehicles; Equipment therefor
    • B64C2201/14Unmanned aerial vehicles; Equipment therefor characterised by flight control
    • B64C2201/146Remote controls

Abstract

A mobile fire extinguishing device consisting of a remote control areal drone, fitted with a camera system, a guidance system and a positioning system for stabilizing the device during the application of extinguishing agents, and a fire-extinguishing device within itself, whose substance lies in that the remote control areal drone is fitted with an aerodynamic fairing (1) providing protection of the moving parts of the drive, and in that inside this aerodynamic fairing (1), a throwing device (2) has been deposited based on the principle of a crossbow or a bow together with an independent missile thrower (3) meant for creating an opening in glass building shells and other operating and assistance systems within the remote control aerial drone. The aerial drone's aerodynamic fairing (1) may be equipped with other fire-extinguishing elements increasing its effectiveness, preferably located in the carriers (7) connected to the outer underside of this aerodynamic fairing (1).

Description

Mobile Fire Extinguishing Device

Field of the Invention

The invention concerns the field of fire extinguishing technology, especially the fire extinguishing technology used for difficult to access properties with limited ground access, such as tall buildings, forest or mountain properties and so forth.

Background of the Invention

As of present, extinguishing in premises with limited access, for example high-rise buildings, individual difficult-access buildings located in non-urban areas or even during forest fires, stationary or mobile fire-extinguishing equipment is used, including aerial equipment used in the case of extensive forest fires. However, the aerial equipment used during extensive forest fires, especially the bulky water bags which drop water during flybys performed by a plane or helicopter, over the extensive fires cannot be used on a large number of high-rise building fires and the accessible, installed stationary fire-extinguishing apparatuses meant for the liquidation of fires have a limited effectiveness and thus, many are insufficient. In addition, installed, stationary fire-extinguishing equipment secures only a building's interior area in most cases, whereas it is commonly necessary with most cases that the fire on the outer facade also needs to be extinguished, without which the fire will spread.

New fire-extinguishing equipment using efficient water fog extinguishing, which has a high thermal effect, low water consumption, reduced pipe size, and low overall system weight, is also used for fire fighting in these buildings with limited ground access to fire extinguishing equipment. However, its disadvantage can be found in the fact that this technology uses water as a fire-extinguishing medium and it is impossible to use this technology especially when extinguishing an electrical fire.

Another well-known solution for liquidating fires in objects with limited ground access to fire-extinguishing equipment that is useful even on electrical fires, and that being in both open and closed spaces, is the so-called“anti-fire grenade”. Plastic“anti-fire grenades” that contain an active fire-extinguishing agent are suitable for the centre of a fire or when used on a solid surface above the centre of the fire where the grenade bursts and liquid is released onto the burning surface. The active agent immediately cools the burning surface to a mere 3°C upon release and then, by means of a chemical and physical reaction quite harmless toward people, animals and the environment, the grenade creates a protective layer which completely quenches the fire and prevents any possible reignition. This fire-extinguishing medium is capable of extinguishing a fire in about 10 seconds without seriously damaging or destroying the subjects found within the protected space. The fire-extinguishing liquid used simultaneously absorbs the toxic gases formed by the fire, allowing any persons involved with the fire or its space or those who are onsite for the purpose of extinguishing the fire to breath normally. Anti-fire“hand grenades” used to extinguish fires are suitable as a fire-extinguishing medium which can be used in homes, offices, storage facilities, workshops, vehicles and water vessels. Also, professional fire fighters often use these grenades in their work, especially in extinguishing fires that are difficult to extinguish with water, foams and bursting mediums or by the means of other classic approaches, or if there are subjects of particular value to be found in the area of the fire, for example, works of art, documents, antiques, computers and the like.

A particular disadvantage of these current solutions is the fact that in the core of these solutions, they do not enable quick, precise and effective fire extinguishing, especially in tall buildings and properties with limited ground access.

Summary of the Invention

The object of the presented invention is as a highly mobile device meant for quick, precise and effective fire extinguishing, especially in tall buildings and properties with limited ground access.

The object stated above is achieved via the use of a mobile fire extinguishing device according to the present invention consisting of a remote controlled propeller aircraft drone, equipped with an autonomous camera system, a guidance system and a positioning system for stabilizing the device during the application of extinguishing agents, and a fire-extinguishing device within itself, characterized in that the propeller aircraft drone fitted with an aerodynamic fairing providing protection for the moving parts, an aircraft drone propeller, preferably made of composite carbon materials and powered by four to eight electric motors pertaining to the propellers, and in one of the preferred embodiments, provided with an additional small gasoline engine and an alternator for recharging the aircraft drone's batteries to extend the operating time. The device it is equipped with a thrower of the extinguishing media based on the principle of crossbow or bow inside the aerodynamic fairing, and with an independent missile throwing device meant for piercing the facade of a building with structural glazing and thereby creating an opening in such a glass cased building to allow the use of an extinguishing agent, preferably a gas-operated grenade launcher for firing projectiles, equipped with a magazine fit for these projectiles, and other control and auxiliary elements meant for the operation of the propeller-aircraft drone. The extinguishing agent throwing device based on the principle of the crossbow or bow comprises of a horizontally oriented crossbow bow, preferably made of a composite material, provided at each of the open ends with at least one pulley meant for depositing the chord, at least one simple crossbow chord, at least one fire-extinguishing projectile magazine, preferably two around the longitudinal axes parallel to the main axis of the bow crossbow or bow of the rotating drum magazines arranged symmetrically to the main axis of the bow next to each other and rotating alternately against each other, each projecting drum rotating releasing the projectile alternately into the carrier to direct the projectile down the barrel, connected with the chord crossbow or bow equipped with an electromagnetic lock with a latch, mainly a crossbow for directing fire-extinguishing projectiles containing a fire extinguishing agent into a fire, a winch formed by a pulley and a winding drum for stretching the chord rope, profile rails for spring connection, a spring to tighten and release the chord for firing fire-extinguishing projectiles driven by an electromagnet, a chord rope equipped with an electromagnet coupled to the chord, driving engine of the device with the alternator and at least two symmetrically arranged batteries housed inside the fairing, providing energy for all of the device’s activities, including the air drone. The extinguishing agent throwing device is simultaneously adapted for firing anti-fire grenades containing an extinguishing agent and/or for the use of a technology which forms liquid mist (the technology being ultra fog), when the chord of the crossbow or bow tightens with the help of the tightening rope, through the winch of the winding mechanism and connected to the chord with the help of the electromagnetic lock via the latch is maximally tightened, it is released and the tensioned chord with the carrier attached and the fire-extinguishing projectile placed in it detaches from the rope and ejects the fire-extinguishing projectile, which is directionally guided by the barrel; further, there is a vertically situated lock pick attached on the tightening rope behind the electromagnetic bolt which slides in the groove of the profile bar and then is a tension spring attached to this lock pick, which helps to pull the rope to the starting position after firing, when the winding device begins to release the tension rope after firing, and the tension rope returns to the starting position so that the tension rope may connect with the bowstring or bow once more, in order for the entire cycle to be repeated. To increase the effectiveness of the device within its preferred embodiment, the aerodynamic fairing of the aerial drone located on the outer sections of the aerial drone is fitted with auxiliary, connecting components for the connection of other fire-extinguishing mediums which increase the effectiveness of this device, especially fire-extinguishing containers carrying highly effective fire extinguishing agents, preferably deposited to the adapted carrier, which carries the fire-extinguishing containers.

The mobile fire extinguishing device enables for the effective, pilotless execution of fire-extinguishing strikes in inaccessible areas, from the outer casing of tall buildings and the like. The extinguishing agent used in this procedure will enable the quick localization of a fire.

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The mobile fire extinguishing device is explained in further detail with the help of the drawings, where Fig. 1 represents the axonometric upper view of the device with its aerodynamic fairing, Fig. 2 represents the view from above the device and its fairing, Fig. 3 represents the front view of the device and its fairing, Fig. 4 represents the side view of the device with a partial, sectional view clarifying the concurrently deposited throwing device in the fairing, Fig. 5 represents the axonometric upper view on the device for the application of the extinguishing agent without the fairing, Fig. 6 represents the under view on the device for the application of the extinguishing agent without the fairing, Fig. 7 represents the side view on the device for the application of the extinguishing agent without the fairing and Fig. 8 represents the front view on the device for the application of the extinguishing agent without the fairing. Fig. 9 represents the mobile fire extinguishing device equipped with the suspended carrier meant to hold fire-extinguishing containers from the front in the axonometric viewpoint, Fig. 10 represents the device equipped with the suspended carrier meant to hold fire extinguishing containers from below in the axonometric viewpoint and Fig. 1 1 represents the device equipped with the suspended carrier meant to hold fire extinguishing containers from the side in the axonometric viewpoint. Examples of the Embodiment

Ex. 1

The mobile fire extinguishing device consisting of an aerial, four-propeller drone fitted with an aerodynamic fairing 1, as is represented in Fig. 1 to Fig. 3, also fitted with a camera system, guidance system and a location positioning system which are remote operated, and with the device's own throwing mechanism 2 meant for the application of fire-extinguishing media located in the internal section of the aerodynamic fairing 1, as is represented in Fig. 4. The aerial drone, fitted with an aerodynamic fairing 1, is also fitted with protection for its moving parts, meaning the propellers. The device's own mechanism meant for the application of fire-extinguishing media located inside the inner section of the aerodynamic fairing 1, represented in Fig. 5 to Fig. 8, consisting of the extinguishing agent throwing device 2 based on the principle of the crossbow or bow and the independent missile throwing device 3 meant for creating openings in glass encased, tall buildings, enabling the placement of fire-extinguishing agents into these buildings. The independent missile throwing device 3 comprises of a gas grenade and magazine fit to support these missiles meant for the firing of penetrative projectiles. The extinguishing agent throwing device 2 based on the principle of the crossbow consists of a horizontally oriented crossbow bow stave 21_ fitted on both open ends with the pulleys 22 meant for depositing the chord 23, the crossbow chord 23, the crossbow profile rails 28, to which the winch 25, comprising of a pulley 251 and a winding drum 252 meant for pulling the chord 23 tension rope 252, is connected. To the chord tension rope 252, an electromagnetic lock 231 is connected, simultaneously linked via a connector with the chord 23, and a spring 282 vertically connected to a guide piece, the lock pick 281 . displaceably disposed downwardly on the underside in the groove of the profile rails 28 and the upper side connected to the chord 23 tension rope 252 meant for tightening and releasing the chord 23 for firing fire-extinguishing projectiles under the control of the electromagnetic lock 231 . The configuration of the crossbow or bow is simultaneously connected to the inner underside of the aerodynamic fairing 1. Furthermore, to the inner underside of the aerodynamic fairing 1, there are two rotating magazines 26 symmetrically connected, preferably drum-type magazines, stocked with fire-extinguishing projectiles containing a charging system enabling a single fire-extinguishing projectile containing an extinguishing agent to be placed in the carrier 27 in front of the electromagnetic lock 231 . The longitudinal axis of the carrier 27 is aligned with the axis of the barrel 24 for directing the projectile into the barrel axis 24. A driving electric motor 4 within the axis of the profile rail 28, equipped with an alternator and two symmetrically arranged batteries 5 providing energy for all the operations of this mobile fire extinguishing device are connected to the inner underside of the aerodynamic fairing 1. The extinguishing agent thrower has been adapted to fire anti-fire grenades containing an extinguishing agent and it may also be circumstantially used to support the technology which creates liquid mist (the technology being ultra fog).

The specific embodiment of the design for the mobile fire extinguishing device’s aerodynamic fairing 1 may differ from the submitted example of the embodiment, understandably so in the purpose of upholding the aerodynamic conditions.

Ex. 2

The mobile fire extinguishing device consisting of an aerial, four-propeller drone fitted with an aerodynamic fairing 1, as is represented in Fig. 1 to Fig. 3, also fitted with a camera system, guidance system and a location positioning system which are remote operated, and with the device's own throwing mechanism 2 meant for the application of fire-extinguishing media located in the internal section of the aerodynamic fairing 1, as is represented in Fig. 4. The aerial drone, fitted with an aerodynamic fairing 1, is also fitted with protection for its moving parts, meaning the propellers. The device's own mechanism meant for the application of fire-extinguishing media located inside the inner section of the aerodynamic fairing 1, represented in Fig. 5 to Fig. 8, consisting of the extinguishing agent throwing device 2 based on the principle of the crossbow or bow and the independent missile throwing device 3 meant for creating openings in glass encased, tall buildings, enabling the placement of fire-extinguishing agents into these buildings. The independent missile throwing device 3 comprises of a gas grenade launcher and magazine fit to support these missiles meant for the firing of penetrative projectiles. The extinguishing agent throwing device 2 based on the principle of the crossbow consists of a horizontally oriented crossbow bow stave 21_ fitted on both open ends with the pulleys 22 meant for depositing the chord 23, the crossbow chord 23, the crossbow profile rails 28, to which the winch 25, comprising of a pulley 251 and a winding drum 252 meant for pulling the chord 23 tension rope 252, is connected. To the chord tension rope 252, an electromagnetic lock 231 is connected, simultaneously linked via a connector with the chord 23, and a spring 282 vertically connected to a guide piece, the lock pick 281 . displaceably disposed downwardly on the underside in the groove of the profile rails 28 and the upper side connected to the chord tension rope 252 of the chord 23 meant for tightening and releasing the chord 23 for firing fire-extinguishing projectiles under the control of the electromagnetic lock 231 . The configuration of crossbow or bow is simultaneously connected to the inner underside of the aerodynamic fairing T Furthermore, to the inner underside of the aerodynamic fairing 1, , there are two rotating magazines 26 symmetrically connected, preferably drum-type magazines, stocked with fire-extinguishing projectiles containing a charging system enabling a single fire-extinguishing projectile containing an extinguishing agent to be placed in the carrier 27 in front of the electromagnetic lock 231 . The longitudinal axis of the carrier 27 is aligned with the axis of the barrel 24 for directing the projectile into the barrel axis 24. A driving electric motor 4 within the axis of the profile rail 28, equipped with an alternator and two symmetrically arranged batteries 5 providing energy for all the operations of this mobile fire extinguishing device are connected to the inner underside of the aerodynamic fairing T The extinguishing agent thrower has been adapted to fire anti-fire grenades containing an extinguishing agent and it may also be circumstantially used to support the technology which creates liquid mist (the technology being ultra fog).

To increase its effectiveness, the mobile fire extinguishing device's aerodynamic fairing 1 is fitted with auxiliary, connecting components 6 on its outer underside for connecting the fire-extinguishing container 71 carrier 7* as displayed in Fig. 9 to Fig. 1 1 , which increase the effectiveness of this device. The connecting components 6 are of mechanical structure, allowing for both their practical, fail-free operation and the simple exchange of the complete connected fire-extinguishing container 71 carrier 7 containing a highly effective extinguishing agent.

The specific embodiment of the design for the mobile fire extinguishing device’s aerodynamic fairing 1 may differ from the submitted example of the embodiment, understandably so in the purpose of upholding the aerodynamic conditions. Industrial Applicability

The mobile fire extinguishing device, in accordance with this invention, may be used in all areas where rapid fire-extinguishing action is required, especially in areas where the range of extinguishing agents of the prior art is limited or the direct participation of fire-fighters would be too dangerous.

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1 aerial drone's aerodynamic fairing

2 fire-extinguishing projectile throwing device

21 bow stave

22 bow pulley

23 chord with its connected electromagnetic lock

231 electromagnetic lock

24 barrel of the throwing device

25 tightening rope winch with pulley

251 winch pulley

252 tightening rope

253 drum winch

26 fire-extinguishing projectile magazine drum

27 carrier

28 profile rail with lock pick and connected spring

281 lock pick

282 spring

3 independent missile thrower with magazine

4 driving electric motor with an alternator

5 battery

6 connecting components of the fire-extinguishing container carrier

7 carrier with fire-extinguishing bombs

71 fire-extinguishing container

Claims

Claims
1 . A mobile fire extinguishing device consisting of a remote control areal drone, fitted with a camera system, a guidance system and a positioning system for stabilizing the device during the application of extinguishing agents, and a fire-extinguishing device within itself, characterized in that the remote control areal drone is provided with an aerodynamic fairing (1 ) providing protection of the moving parts of the drive, and in that an extinguishing agent throwing device (2) has been deposited inside the inner space created by this aerodynamic fairing (1 ) based on the principle of a crossbow or a bow together with an independent missile thrower (3) meant for creating an opening in glass building shells and other operating and assistance systems within the remote control aerial drone and throwing device (2).
2. A mobile fire extinguishing device in accordance with Claim 1 , characterized in that the extinguishing agent throwing device (2) based on the principle of a crossbow or a bow consisting of a horizontally oriented crossbow or bow stave (21 ) provided at each of the open ends with at least one pulley (22) meant for depositing the chord (23), at least one simple crossbow chord (23), at least one rotatable fire-extinguishing projectile magazine (26), primarily (24) the throwing device (2) meant for directing the fire-extinguishing projectiles containing an extinguishing agent, winch (25) for tightening the chord's (23) tension rope (252), the chord's (23) tension rope (252) fitted with an electromagnetic lock (231 ) simultaneously connected with the chord (23), the profile rail (282) with a groove for the lock pick (281 ) to connect the spring (282), the spring (282) meant for tightening and releasing the chord (23) with the purpose of firing the fire-extinguishing projectiles controlled by the electromagnetic lock (231 ), the driving motor (4) with an alternator, and at least two symmetrically arranged batteries (5) meant to power the motor (4) with an alternator deposited within the inner underside of the aerodynamic fairing (1 ).
3. A mobile fire extinguishing device in accordance with Claims 1 and 2, characterized in that the independent missile thrower (3), meant for creating an opening in glass building shells, is a gas-operated grenade launcher for firing penetrative projectiles fitted with a magazine intended for these penetrative projectiles.
4. A mobile fire extinguishing device in accordance with Claims 1 through 3, characterized in that the spring (282) for tightening and releasing the chord (23) for firing fire-extinguishing projectiles controlled by the electromagnetic lock (231 ) is connected to the vertically running lock pick (282), displaceably disposed downwardly on the underside in the groove of the profile rail (28) and the upper side connected to the chord (23) tension rope (252) meant for tightening and releasing the chord (23) for firing fire-extinguishing projectiles.
5. A mobile fire extinguishing device in accordance with Claims 1 through 4, characterized in that the winch (25) meant for tightening the chord (23) tension rope (252) consists of a pulley (251 ) and a winding drum (253).
6. A mobile fire extinguishing device in accordance with Claims 1 through 4, characterized in that the winch (25) meant for tightening the chord (23) tension rope (252) consists of a pulley (251 ), a winding drum (253) and the independent drive of this winding drum (253).
7. A mobile fire extinguishing device in accordance with Claims 1 through 4 and Claims 5 or 6, characterized in that the extinguishing agent throwing device (2) has been adapted for firing anti-fire grenades containing an extinguishing agent and/or for the use of a technology which forms liquid mist.
8. A mobile fire extinguishing device in accordance with Claims 1 through 4, Claims 5 or 6 and Claim 7, characterized in that the aerodynamic fairing (1 ) of the remote control aerial drone, is fitted on its outer sections with auxiliary, connecting components (6) meant for connecting carriers (7) and other fire-extinguishing mediums.
9. A mobile fire extinguishing device in accordance with Claims 1 through 4, Claims 5 or 6 and Claims 7 and 8, characterized in that the other fire extinguishing media are fire-extinguishing containers (71 ) deposited in the carrier (7), connected to the underside of the drone's aerodynamic fairing (1 ).
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