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Compartmental Fire Behaviour Training was introduced in the 1980’s and has been increasingly used by Fire & Rescue Services in the UK and abroad to train firefighters by replicating as realistically as possible the behaviour of fire gases within a compartment. This allows firefighters to experience the different effects of well-ventilated and under-ventilated fire development conditions, sudden increases in burn rate and phenomena such as ‘flashover’ and ‘backdraft’.
This training rigg can be heated up and filled with synthetic smoke. There is a warren of rooms over three floors built in kit form from 6 x 40ft containers with interconnecting security doors.
2 x internal staircases and ladders with inertia points. We have also provided an outside floor area and stair case on the out side that will give the students the scenario of descending into basements
For confined space work we have included a crawl area that can be interchanged to vary routes to make it as difficult or easy as you would like. We have also provided a vertical confined space area to enhance the training experience.
Demonstrator Units are designed to provide a safe demonstration and learning environment with the ability to initiate and sustain a carbonaceous fire. By controlling the release or containment of fire gases this will accurately simulate fire behaviour and development of a fire event.
Instructors can demonstrate the principles of combustion and compartment fire behaviour, how a fire develops and spreads and the appropriate action.
We have many examples of training rigs that are specific for the relevant training scenarios. Should your requirements be to fulfil the requirements of GWO, City in Guilds or JOIFF, please do not hesitate to get in touch where we would be happy to discuss a solution.