HOW IT WORKS
BullEx is capable of offering a full range of support when it comes to your Training Complex, from the initial concept to construction, implementation of fire technology and delivery. We can present you with a turn-key solution or work in a particular area along with your team of partners and contractors.
BullEx fire technology can be applied in various manners to meet your unique training needs. Throughout every step of the process, BullEx focuses on the end-user’s training objective and customizes every aspect to meet that need.
Our vast experience in all aspects of building Training Complexes allows us to carry out every step of the process, including designing, manufacturing, installing fire systems, outfitting the infrastructure with heat shielding, ventilation, safety systems, gas and heat monitoring, and control systems which can include a central control panel as well as a handheld remote.
BullEx training structures and centers provide hands-on training solutions for any high risk industry. We serve a wide range of industries requiring fire and safety training including airline, military, fire departments, oil and gas organizations, petro-chem companies and training academies. Contact BullEx with your training objective and we’ll work with you every step of the way to custom craft a solution.
Aircraft fires represent a special challenge in firefighting due to the extreme nature of the potential hazard and the immediate impact on both the passengers and aircrew. BullEx offers a number of fire training simulators to create a series of different emergency scenarios designed to meet aviation fire training objectives.
Hands-on training is the most effective method of learning when it comes to confronting dangerous fire emergencies. To add a hands-on element to your training, BullEx creates Training Structures and Centers to provide realistic training in a safe environment.
BullEx HazMat training tools can either be stand-alone units such as training tankers, or installations that are built into a fixed structure. HazMat training systems can simulate hazardous leaks with water and vapor that may spread to a full scale fire if not contained properly. Trainees get hands-on experience locating the source of the leak and turning off the valve, or plugging the hole with stoppers or bands.
Marine fires are extremely difficult to handle because of the complexity of a ship’s layout, making it difficult to safely access the seat of the fire. BullEx has experience designing and developing diverse marine fire training systems. BullEx can produce simulated marine environments within a training structure, or produce actual marine vessels modified for fire training scenarios.
Firefighters and first responders in the mining industry face unique challenges when preparing to face fire risks. To make training as realistic as possible, BullEx is capable of incorporating our fire training props into modified mining shafts or modify props to fit your mine’s specific objectives.
The isolated nature of working on-board an offshore platform brings a multitude of challenges, as well as a number of potential risks. BullEx has developed advanced training systems especially for offshore emergency response teams to gain true-to-life experience and competence in fire fighting, in a controlled environment.
BullEx has the experience necessary to provide training structures designed specifically for the petrochemical industry. Our systems are designed to create realistic training challenges for emergency responders to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and effectively manage these hazardous fires.
Hands-on search and rescue training is extremely important for fire-fighters. Help your trainees learn to save people trapped in fires and other dangerous situations without experiencing undue stress or breathing difficulties during a real-life emergency. BullEx can provide your trainees with a challenging yet safe and controlled environment for gaining mask confidence and confined space operations skills.
BullEx is capable of supplying all the necessary training tools and structures for your structural fire departments. BullEx provides the tools necessary to train both new and advanced firefighters on sizing up structures, initial fire attack, fire behavior, ventilation, water supply, hose stream application, search and rescue, firefighter survival, and FAST.
Expose your firefighters to the unique challenges of fighting fires in a public transportation setting, or in vehicles themselves. Choose from our portfolio of transportation training tools, or work with BullEx to create a training tool to fit your specific objective.
BullEx Urban Search and Rescue training structures and centers provide challenging team training exercises for firefighters of all skill levels. While Urban Search and Rescue training is increasingly vital, it is extremely difficult to realistically simulate. BullEx provides the hands-on training your firefighters need.
At BullEx, we can incorporate a range of fire technologies into our structures and centers. Choose from digital, gas-based and our dual-burner, clean air options. Our structures all feature intelligent controls which make fires repeatable to decrease downtime and increase training time. Expose trainees to realistic situations and multiple evolutions. Every system includes built in safety features to keep your trainees safe and provide ample teaching opportunities.
BullEx Digital fire technology provides comprehensive hands-on training using realistic, self-generating digital flames that respond directly to the trainees actions. Digital fire technology is tough enough to be used with anything in your firefighting arsenal, including a hose line. Challenge your trainees to fight digital flames for realistic, intense hands-on training.
Gas-based fire technology is an integral element in BullEx training systems and centers. Propane and natural gas fires allow us to use real heat and smoke to accurately simulate nearly any fire behavior.
BullEx Smart Class A fire technology features dual combustion technology with the fire created by both gas and wood. Smart Class A technology was developed to allow firefighters to utilize real burning wood in their training scenarios without worrying about the environmental effects.