Establishing or upgrading a fire training ground will no longer present safety, reliability and fire training environmental implications for you when delivering a fire training course.
Our fully mobile, Advanced Hose Line Fire Training System (HLTS) will achieve all your requirements for a complete fire training centre immediately or progressively for a staged roll-out.
The Fire Tray, which forms the basis of the Hose Line Training System (HLTS) – is designed to optimise firefighter training. The Fire Tray boasts four distinct burn zones, each offering different flame intensity to ensure constant firefighter engagement. Whether you choose to ignite all four burners simultaneously or activate them individually, this system opens the door to a wide array of training scenarios. Experience authentic heat and witness flames that intensify, expand, and recede, providing an immersive learning environment like never before.Learn More
The Hose Line Training System (HLTS) Vehicle Car Fire Prop has multiple burn zones with adjustable flame intensity to keep firefighters engaged. Not all vehicle fires are the same – ignite different parts of the vehicle car prop to teach firefighters various techniques.Learn More
The Hose Line Training System (HLTS) Blackhawk Helicopter Prop allows you to take your Crash Fire-Rescue Training to the next level. The instructor has the ability to change the seat of the fire with multiple burn zones, keeping firefighters interested and engaged, whilst enhancing skill development – not all helicopter fires are the same.Learn More
The Hose Line Training System (HLTS) Aircraft Wing Prop simulates a starboard commercial airliner wing, similar to a twin-engine Airbus A320 or Boeing 737. Multiple burn zones with an aircraft engine, landing gear, wing and fuel spill will provide eight fire scenarios. This Prop has continued to impressively perform for a New Zealand International Airport since September 2012.Learn More
The Hose Line Training System (HLTS) Pressure Vessel Prop – Hazard response training has never been more realistic with the simulated 1,000L, heavy-duty, portable Pressure Vessel Training Prop, combining intense flames, real heat and smart controls. Integrated burners create multiple burn zones that can be controlled by the instructor, achieving several outstanding training outcomes.Learn More
The Hose Line Training System (HLTS) LPG Twin Cylinders 45kg Prop utilizes two actual 45Kg propane tanks, mounted on a frame, sitting on top of the HLTS Tray. LPG hoses from the pilot box are connected to each tank creating a shut-off valve and relief valve fire simulation. The tray creates a fire below the tanks impacting them and creating the risk of a BLEVELearn More
The Hose Line Training System (HLTS) Commercial Oven Modular Prop simulates a large commercial, stand-alone stovetop/oven fire situation with integrated burn zones creating a realistic and significant Class F fire. The main burner generates high-intensity flames and the optional integrated operating gas isolation valve to the stove-top burner enables firefighters to advance hose and protection lines and isolate the gas supply.Learn More
The Hoseline Training System (HLTS) Wheelie Bin Modular Prop is modelled on a “Sulo” brand Council Wheelie Bin, which has an opening lid and a localised bin fire from a single burner.Learn More
The Hose Line Training System (HLTS) Industrial Dumpster Modular Prop with multiple burn-zones and a working hinged lid is ideal for firefighters to train on everyday items that could easily ignite a fire, such as a large garbage container fire.Learn More
The Hose Line Training System (HLTS) Electric Motor Modular Prop with multiple burn-zones can create electrical fire scenarios, from incipient stage motor fires to fully involved fires with extension to surrounding materials.Learn More
The Hose Line Training System (HLTS) BBQ Grill Prop uses multiple burn-zones and can create fire scenarios from a faulty regulator on the propane tank to fully involved fires, with extension to a large fire in and around the steel hood.Learn More