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Civil security forces

Provider of the international civil security, Labaronne-Citaf offers a range of products and equipments with proven abilities on the field, for firefighting, pollution control and reconstruction missions.

Civil security

Compling with the recommendations of the SDIS and the french Interministerial Circular No. 465 of 10 December 1951, our fire tank are the only one which guarantees a 100% secure storage through the CSTBat certification.

Our Engineering Department has developed products without competition for Civil Security and firefighters. Many equipments and accessories are available depending on uses: harness, valves, fittings, poles, etc.

Our flexible storage solutions are checked, tested and thus guarantee the protection of resources, people and environment. With its continuous improvement, Labaronne-Citaf is the only manufacturer approved by both CSTBat for its firefighting storage and ISO certified.

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Also called bladder, cover, flexible pouch or flexible container, the flexible tank is a self-supporting flexible storage which is more economical and practical than a rigid tank..

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