Training modules
Electric motor

Practice to recognise the types of fire

Through the training modules for fire trainer, the trainee practice to recognise the types of fire he/she is facing: Class A, B, C, D or F fires. In this case, the learner is trained to recognise an electric class fire.

Selection of the appropriate extinguisher

The training modules for flame generator teach how to select the correct fire extinguisher for each type of fire: water spray extinguisher, water + additive extinguisher, powder extinguisher, CO2 extinguisher or foam extinguisher. For an electric motor fire, the appropriate extinguisher is the CO2 extinguisher.

Use the right technique to extinguish a fire

The training modules for flame generator are perfect for learning how to use the proper technique to extinguish a fire: spraying the extinguishing agent onto the fire, covering the fire with a wet cloth, oxygen suppression, etc. LEADER CO2 fire extinguisher allows to simulate gas by spraying water. The goal is to cover the entire fire to deprive it of oxygen.
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PRODUCT CHARACTERISTICS

The training modules for fire trainer are designed to familiarise trainees with all fire extinguishing situations such as computer screen fire, waste bin fire, deep fryer fire, electric cabinet fire and aerosol explosion.

This module simulates an electric motor fire and allows trainees to practice how to extinguish an electric fire with the help of a training fire extinguisher.

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS

Dimensions
W 32.5 x H 35.5 x D 56 cm
Weight
6.8kg
Material
Stainless steel

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