Accessories for fire trainer
Solenoid valve module

Better control of fire

The wired remote control brings more flexibility and more safety during exercises. It also brings a greater freedom of movement to the trainer who can be closer to the learner. The trainer can then manage the instant ignition of the fire trainer by simply pressing the push button, even after several exercises.

Quick set-up

Easy and quick to set-up, the solenoid valve module connects easily and quickly, in a few seconds, to GF42 and a gas bottle.


The control box and the remote control are both splash-proof.
Product features
Technical sheet


The solenoid valve module automates the gas supply into the GF42 ramp. GF42 fire trainer can now be switched on and off by pressing the push button on the single remote control. The trainer has freedom of movements since he/she has the remote control in hand: It brings security and flexibility of use to GF42 during fire training.


Kit comprising
1 solenoid valve module box and its 12V battery, 1 charger, 1 wired remote control with push-button and 1 gas pressure regulator for use with a gas bottle and associated flexible connectors
Solenoid valve box dimensions
550 x 450 x 180 mm
Solenoid valve box weight
Approx. 5.7 kg
Cable length with remote control
6.5 m, IEC 331 compliant
Cable connecting to solenoid valve box / GF42 fire trainer
Not supplied. The modification, to be carried out by the user, plans to use the original cable of your GF42 (Instructions provided)
Length of flexible connectors
1.20 m between the pressure regulator and solenoid valve box + 5 m between the GF42 fire trainer and solenoid valve box


Attachment Size
DS_GF42_Solenoid_module_ZF.04.246.EN.1.pdf 604.51 KB

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