Training modules
Aerosol explosion

Practice to identify the types of fire

The training modules allow trainees to practice how to identify the different types of fire: Class A, B, C, D or F fires. In this case, it is a class B fire.
Safety: This module is only used with LEADER aerosols without a metal container. Module not to be used with domestic aerosol cans (without flow limiter).

Learn not to do the wrong things

The training modules for flame generators allow to recognise the types of dangerous fires and learn how not to do the wrong things. In this example, the training module can show the reaction of the gas when it faces high temperatures or flames. The latter cause a dangerous explosion. It is interesting to visualise the risk to better apprehend it on daily life.
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The training modules for flame generators are designed to familiarise the learners with all fire extinguishing situations such as waste bin fire, deep fryer fire, electric cabinet fire and aerosol explosion.

This module allows trainees to observe the power and magnitude of a gas explosion

The aerosols to be inserted into the explosion chamber are not provided with metal containers and are, therefore, not dangerous.


W 26 x H 22.5 x D 20 cm
Stainless steel
To be used only with LEADER aerosols. Safety: Module not to be used with domestic
gas bottles (without flow limiter).


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