Fire Training Technology

Effective live fire training demands cutting edge technology in the simulators. Creating a versatile product line included pioneering a unique propane-based burner system for fixed and portable fire training devices. That success and dealing with ever-changing situations and materials evolved where operators have safely created realistic live fire situations for controlled training purposes throughout the world.

Impressive clientele includes municipal and state fire academies, branches of the U.S. military, and international airports throughout North America as well as similar clients in other countries.

Why Use Propane?

Propane provides the most realistic fire training simulation, has a lower cost of operation because of lower fuel consumption and reduced maintenance, and is more environmentally friendly than other fuel sources. However, most of the products can be configured to use natural gas, and integrated controls can be provided for exterior applications that are Tek Flame fuelled. The flame generation system is automated controlled to provide training fires that appear realistic and respond to the operator’s control.

Safety and Regulations

It is extremely important and a top priority to adhere to the most stringent of safety regulations while leading the industry in the engineering and design of Live Fire Trainer Simulators and Systems. Mobile training also gives the firefighters experience in different realistic scenes and situations. A multitude of stringent international regulations are complied with in order to supply fire training systems for airport, military and civilian firefighters.

Fixed Aircraft Fire Training Site (ARFF)

Comprised of a 50 or 80 foot mock-up of an aircraft fuselage, it is combined with a fuel spill burn area. Each training site is custom made under strict manufacturing and quality control systems to meet the client’s individual specifications, budget, and training needs.

Mobile Aircraft Fire Trainer (MAFT)

Comprised of a 45 or 50 foot aircraft fuselage mounted on a trailer and a 300hp support tractor, this is self contained with DOT approved propane tanks, an onboard generator, and flood lighting. This allows bringing the training right to the airport.

Pro Safe Fire, headquartered in Ontario, Canada, is the company that has accomplished the fire training and products mentioned above. You are welcome to contact us for more detailed information and to answer any questions you may have.

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