The Intelligent Training System senses where the trainee aims and sweeps the SmartExtinguisher® and varies the flames automatically, putting the fire out only when the extinguisher is used correctly. The SmartExtinguishers are recharged quickly and easily with only compressed air and water.
SPEND MORE TIME TRAINING. We’ve heard from instructors like you that more time is spent preparing the site before training and cleaning it up after than BullExBullEx Incactually teaching their trainees to use an extinguisher. Not anymore. The I.T.S. compact design makes it easy for one person to set up in just a few minutes. The handheld controller makes it easy to light the flames with the push of a button, so the evolution can start as soon as the next trainee is ready. Plus, the I.T.S. is constructed with industrial grade stainless steel components so that it can withstand many years of intense training.
EXTINGUISHER TRAINING WITHOUT THE MESS The LION I.T.S.’s easy set up and field rechargeable air/water SmartExtinguishers eliminate the mess associated with traditional dry chemical extinguishers and diesel burn pans. No messy dry chemical extinguishers or dangerous diesel fumes also means no environmental effects or exposure risks for your trainees.
COST EFFECTIVE Because there is no longer a need to discharge and recharge costly dry-chemical or CO2 extinguishers, LION live-fire extinguisher training systems are often more cost-effective.
- Class A – Trash Can Prop - Flames grow gradually and increase in intensity from the trash can prop. While maintaining a safe distance trainees must aim properly, ensuring the proper application of the SmartExtinguisher to put out the flames.
- Class B – Stove Top Prop - Flames erupt from the pan, as well as the burner surface, simulating a stove top grease fire. Trainees must maintain a safe distance and apply the SmartExtinguisher to both the pot and burner to successfully extinguish the flames.
- Class B – Paint Locker Prop - Flames grow to engulf the shelves and paint cans in this Class B fire prop. Trainees must aim and sweep the SmartExtinguisher across the entire prop, but focus on the lower shelf where the fire is most intense to put out this fire.
- Class C – Electric Motor Prop - Fire initially sparks within the motor casing before extending beyond the appliance, simulating an electrically charged motor fire. Trainees must aim and sweep, coating the entire device to extinguish the fire.
- Use the handheld controller to select the class of fire to demonstrate (A, B, or C) as well as one of four difficulty levels.
- When props are used, select the specific prop with the controller as well. Once set, the instructor presses and holds the ignition button and then it’s up to the trainee to actually extinguish the flames.
- The fire goes out when the trainee uses the proper sweeping technique.
- If the trainee is unsuccessful, the fire can be extinguished by releasing the ignition button.
- The flare up button can be used to instantly reignite the flames at any point, to further challenge trainees.
- The display on the controller shows the status of the system and how long the trainee took to put out the fire, or if the fire has even been extinguished.
- Safety features include an emergency shut off switch and tilt sensors that automatically shut-off the propane if the system is bumped or set-up improperly.