Gas safety training system

Friday, 23 October, 2009 | Supplied by: BullEx Australia

The BullEx Gas Trainer trainer’s system can simulate gas leaks and gas clouds without using any real gas, enabling training in a totally safe environment.

The system incorporates a ‘leaking’ gas cylinder that allows for comprehensive gas monitoring and response training for both fire service professionals and safety personnel. Simulated gas sources can be set up in work areas, chemical storage facilities and near HVAC equipment where HazMat dangers can actually exist. Students can be trained how different gases behave, how to locate emission sources and how to establish safety perimeters in the event of a hazard situation.

The system is capable of simulating four different types of gas: explosive gas (%LEL), oxygen, carbon monoxide and hydrogen sulfide.

Electronic transmitters are positioned about the search area and are used to simulate a cloud of gas. The trainee’s gas meter measures the strength of the signal of the transmitters simulating one of four possible gases. One gas type at a time will be automatically simulated by the transmitters.

The ‘student’ and ‘instructor’ units communicate via wireless link, enabling instructors to monitor and assess trainee performance.

Phone: 03 5277 3638
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