TRAINING TYPE: TRANSPORTATION
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 projects, or work with BullEx to create a training tool to fit your specific objective.
The BullEx subway fire trainer provides a true-to-life scene that supports the realistic and complex training necessary to determine the appropriate actions and execute a safe and effective response by emergency responders.
The BullEx subway fire trainer replicates exactly what a subway system would look like. It features full-size cars complete with lighting, smoke, seating and video capability. A number of fire-rescue training scenarios can be created such as structurally damaged subway cars which contain debris and hazards associated with a tunnel collapse. Our training cars provide realistic training with different simulations such as a seat fire, engine fire, and brake fire, and additional simulations can be added to meet the trainee’s needs.
Vehicle Fire Prop
The BullEx Vehicle Fire Prop is a heavy-duty training tool with intense flames, real heat and smart controls. Multiple burn zones allow you to create engine, passenger compartment, fuel spill and tire fires. The vehicle fire prop features heavy gauge steel working doors and trunk that are built for the rigors of live fire training. The integrated cooling system keeps steel cool to prolong the life of the prop and allows for lengthy, heavy fire exercises.
Underground fires, road tunnel and railway tunnel accidents place exceptional challenges on the firefighter. BullEx tunnel training facilities include all the elements firefighters would find in real life situations, including thick smoke, extreme heat, restricted spaces, and blocked access. Simulate tunnel fires, vehicle pile-ups, or accidents involving hazardous materials. Vehicle props can include cars, vans, trucks, and buses. These vehicles can be operated individually or combined to create fast-spreading blazes or flashovers.